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Manhood Bumps from Fordyce Spots: Are DIY Remedies Good?

August 19, 2017

When a man discovers manhood bumps on his equipment, he often worries about what this might mean in terms of his male organ health, and with good reason. Sometimes bumps can indeed mean a condition exists which needs attending to. But in the case of Fordyce spots, the bumps are benign and don’t really require attention medically.

Nonetheless, some men (and some partners) don’t like the look of Fordyce spots on and around the manhood and may want to do something about them. There are many DIY remedies floating around the internet for removing Fordyce spots - but should a man use them to get rid of these harmless manhood bumps?

What they are

The body has a network of glands known as sebaceous glands. There are many of these in the member, and they provide an important function. They create and transport the body’s natural lubricating oils to the skin, where they help keep the skin moisturized and keep skin from drying out. On the manhood, this helps keep male organ skin from becoming dry, flaky and cracked - a look that no man really wants.

Sometimes, however, the sebaceous glands work harder than they have to. They become overactive. When this happens, they can be seen on the top of the skin as tiny little dots, often white or another color that is somewhat paler than the skin surrounding them. This is all Fordyce spots are - overactive sebaceous glands. They are not dangerous and pose no real danger to a person. And they are very common, with some doctors estimating that some 80% of men have these manhood bumps. (Some people may get them on their lips as well.)

Removal

Nonetheless, some people find them aesthetically unpleasing and wish to have them removed. Since Fordyce spots have been around for thousands of years, many folk "remedies" exist for them. But are they effective? Not really.

For example, many DIY remedies assume that Fordyce spots are due to bacterial growth, which is not the case. But nonetheless, these remedies purport to destroy bacteria in the area, and thus remove the manhood bumps. Typical among these home methods are the application of turmeric mixed with apple cider vinegar; tea tree oil; jojoba oil; or lemon. Whether they actually affect bacteria may be open to debate, but they definitely do not remove Fordyce spots.

Another tactic has to do with moisturizing the skin. Coconut oil and aloe vera are suggested for this, and while they can help keep skin hydrated, Fordyce spots do not respond to them. Neither do they respond to simply boosting vitamin intake, as other old wives’ tales suggest. For that matter, exfoliating via an oatmeal scrub or a mixture of vanilla and sugar is also unlikely to help.

A doctor

For those men who really do wish to remove their Fordyce spots, it’s suggested they consult with a dermatologist. There are some methods, such as laser surgery and chemical peels, which can be effective. But since these manhood bumps are benign, a man may want to be sure he cannot live with them before taking steps to remove them.

While home remedies to remove Fordyce spots (or mother manhood bumps) are unlikely to work, they do draw attention to the need to care for male organ skin - and this can more easily be accomplished through the regular application of a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Moisturization can be aided via a crème that includes both Shea butter (a high-end emollient) and vitamin E (one of nature’s great hydrating agents). And since free radicals and the oxidative damage they cause are a threat to healthy male organ skin, it helps if the selected crème also includes a power antioxidant (such as alpha lipoic acid) to help fight those free radicals.

Easing the Itchy Manhood: Dealng with Eczema

August 18, 2017

Eczema is actually a rather common condition, with many people suffering from it from time to time. Eczema is an inflammation of the skin that produces itching, redness, dry areas and in the most severe cases, skin that appears to be blistered. The good news is that excellent male organ care can help a guy feels much better, and might help keep the symptoms at bay altogether.

An eczema ‘attack’ is known as a ‘flare.’ To avoid flares - and to help the skin heal if a flare does happen - a man needs to look into these hygiene rules for male organ eczema.

1. Clean properly. A man with eczema should never choose soap to clean his body; he should instead opt for a soapless cleanser that is much gentler on the skin. Other tips include taking showers with lukewarm water only, ensuring there is no lather residue left on the body, and patting the skin dry with a towel - never rub, as this could make eczema much worse.

2. Use moisturizers. Anywhere on the body that suffers from eczema deserves a slathering of moisturizing cream. This will help to dramatically soften the skin and help ease the itchy that can come from dryness. Look for moisturizers that don’t have any fragrance or added chemicals; an all-natural product is best.

3. Relieve the itching. It can be easy to simply say "don’t scratch that," but in reality, that advice often falls on deaf ears. And of course it does - when something itches as badly as eczema, not scratching at the spot can feel like torture! That’s why a man should take steps to avoid the itching in the first place. During a particularly bad male organ eczema flare, a man can turn to over the counter antihistamines and cold compresses to ease the skin and keep the itch at bay.

4. Figure out the allergies. Men who have eczema often have some sort of allergies as well; many doctors believe that the two are related. So when a man suffers from eczema flares, he should make an appointment with the physician to figure out what allergies might be causing the problem. Once he knows that, he can tackle the allergy itself, thus making it easier to treat the eczema.

5. Keep a constant temperature. A room that is far too hot or too cold can lead to a flare. That’s why so many people complain of eczema getting worse during the summer or winter months. This can be especially bad for male organ eczema, as the member is often trapped behind a few layers of clothing, thus adding to the heat. Going bare as often as possible (in the privacy of home, of course) and keeping the temperature in the house comfortable is a great idea.

6. Choose the right clothing. A man wants to wear clothing that allows his skin to breathe, which in turn gets plenty of air to the areas of eczema. Wearing tight clothing that chafes or keeps the manhood ‘trapped’ behind layers can actually make an eczema flare worse, no matter how many other helpful tips a man tries to alleviate the itch.

7. Get rid of stress. Interestingly, men who are under significant stress report a higher incidence of eczema flares. This indicates that stress really does reduce the effectiveness of the immune system, which in turn allows eczema to become worse. Doing anything it takes to reduce stress can eventually lead to fewer eczema flares.

When a man is trying to avoid a male organ eczema flare, the best thing he can do is turn to the use of products that will help ensure the best of member health. To do this, he can use a top-notch member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A crème that contains a wealth of vitamins, nutrients and amino acids is great, but a man should also look for something that contains the wonders of vitamin E and Shea butter. This combo can help ensure the softness that every male organ needs.

Member Size and Male Hormone: A Connection?

August 18, 2017

Even though most women acknowledge that member size is not usually one of the most important attributes they look for in a man, this topic continues to be an obsession for many men - and not just those whose member size might be considered on the smaller side of things. Many men with perfectly decent-sized members still desire more, either in length, girth or both. It’s well known that skill and male organ health are more important in practical terms, of course; but something in the makeup of many men craves a physical sign that they are exceptionally virile. And that often leads to attempts, such as raising male hormone levels, in a quest to achieve a larger member size.

But does male hormone actually make a guy’s manhood bigger? An internet search will turn up articles - some from respected newspapers - about men who did use male hormone to achieve male organ growth. But these articles come with a catch.

Hypogonadism

Most of the time, reports that claim something along the lines of a man doubling his member size by using male hormone are misleading. They’re not necessarily false - often the man in question has indeed seen his member become larger. But they give the false hope that any man who wants a bigger package can get it just by raising his male hormone levels.

Typically, reports of a man’s member enlarging due to male hormone involve a case in which the person in question suffered from a condition known as hypogonadism, which occurred early in life. Hypogonadism basically is a deficiency of male hormone. When it occurs before or during adolescence, it has the effect of diminishing a man’s sensual development. Without sufficient male hormone, a boy will see little or no development in terms of growth of facial and private hair, lowering of the voice, and growth of the sacks and member.

In extreme cases, a grown man may have a male organ that is essentially the size of a pre- adolescent boy’s. In many cases, having male hormone supplementation over an extended period of time - sometimes months or years - will correct this. In such cases, a grown man may indeed have the size of his manhood double, just as he would have if his male hormone had kicked in during adolescence.

Typical men

However, there seems to be no real evidence that a man who has successfully gone through adolescence with no hypogonadism-related issues would see an increase in member size from male hormone therapy. Also, although some men do acquire hypogonadism post- adolescence, the complications typically associated with it (low sensual drive, tumescence dysfunction, decrease in muscle and bone mass, etc.) do not have an impact on member size. When prescribed by a knowledgeable physician, male hormone therapy can have an impact on these adult symptoms, but not on size.

Some men may want to experiment with male hormone therapy anyway, despite the lack of evidence for its effect on member size. However, there is controversy concerning possible long-term effects of male hormone supplementation. Most physicians suggest using it under a doctor’s care to treat legitimate issues (such as tumescence dysfunction) instead.

Whatever the male hormone levels and member size, a man needs to be sure that his manhood is in its best possible state of health. Regular application of a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help achieve that admirable goal. Definitely look for a crème that contains both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid which plays a role in the development of nitric oxide; this in turn helps to keep male organ blood vessels open and receptive to increased flow. The latter is a neuroprotective ingredient which protects against peripheral nerve damage and the subsequent loss of sensation that can result.

Male Menopause: A Myth or Real Manhood Problem?

August 17, 2017

When it comes to male menopause, there is quite a debate swirling about the question of just how common it really is - or if it is real at all. The fact of female menopause is well-documented and is an accepted part of life for every woman, as they will all go through ‘the change.’ But what about men? Doesn’t it make sense that a guy will suffer through the same decline in hormone production that women deal with at some point in their lives? In fact, men who practice good male organ care and pay attention to overall health might notice some signs that lead them to believe male menopause is, indeed, very real.

Is male menopause real?

Much of the debate on whether male menopause is real centers on the changes in hormone production. Science has proven that males do suffer from a drop in male hormones throughout their lives; however, that drop is very gradual and can take place over several decades. In addition, though they might suffer symptoms from those changes, the symptoms are usually not severe and do not take place all at once. And finally, men who undergo a lowering of male hormones usually do not become infertile because of it.

Compare this to female menopause, which is quite different. For women, the hormone drop is rather sharp, and the symptoms that come along with it can seem to happen all at once - within a matter of a few short years. The symptoms can be severe enough to interfere with a woman’s day-to-day life. And of course, when a woman goes through menopause, her child-bearing days are decidedly done, as she will be infertile when the hormone drop is complete.

Therefore, when it comes to male menopause, the answer is two-fold: Yes, it is real, because many men suffer the symptoms. But no, it isn’t actually menopause, because it doesn’t carry the severity for a man that it does for a woman.

Dealing with the symptoms

However, that doesn’t mean a man won’t have to deal with a variety of symptoms that can be confusing or annoying. One of the most troublesome symptoms of the male hormone drop is a corresponding decrease in male drive. A man who was raring to go a decade ago might now be surprised to find that he doesn’t really care to get it up - and that when he does want to, he simply can’t do it as often, or as well.

Much of this comes from the simple process of aging. As a man ages, his production of male hormones drops, until he is suffering from a variety of issues. The biggest of these is the decrease in male drive, but other problems include weight gain, irritability, lowered levels of energy, a drop in self-esteem, depression and even some mental confusion from time to time.

The good news is that there are ways to combat the problem. Men should pay close attention to their overall health, including trying to lose the weight, exercising regularly, eating right and taking steps to manage stress and get enough sleep. Besides that, hormone replacement therapy might help a man whose symptoms are really messing with his quality of life.

Between improving overall physical health and possibly turning to hormone therapy, a man might find that his male drive goes up accordingly.

In the meantime, keeping the male organ itself in good health can help avoid many a manhood problem, including some of the troublesome symptoms of male menopause. A specially formulated member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is a great step toward this better health. A crème that contains a variety of beneficial vitamins, such as A, C, B5 and D, is a great place to start. Powerful amino acids, combined with vitamins in a soothing Shea butter and vitamin E base, can keep the skin smooth, supple and ready for action.

Dry Member Skin: Basic Care

August 17, 2017

No guy wants to disrobe and find an unattractive dry member skin situation going on, and no woman wants to be exposed to it, either. While dry member skin is often just that - dry member skin - and not a major male organ health concern of serious proportions, it looks unappealing and off-putting. So when a guy finds his manhood skin is far too dry for public exhibition, he needs to take steps to take care of it. Fortunately, basic care for dry member skin is pretty common sense.

Why so dry?

Sometimes, dry member skin results from common skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis, and treating it may require some assistance from a dermatologist. Very often, however, dry member skin is the result of what are commonly called environmental or lifestyle factors (as well as, in some cases, a genetic predisposition to dry skin). When these factors are responsible, it makes sense to make changes in certain areas to address the dry skin issue.

Among the reasons a man may have dry member skin are:

- The air is simply too dry. When the humidity is too low, the air can draw moisture out of the skin, including the member. This can happen any time of year. For example, in the summer, excess heat may be responsible for drying the skin. In the winter, heating units, central heating, fires, or space heaters can help reduce the moisture in the air. Also, many people spend a great deal of time with a fan blowing directly on them, which can de-hydrate the skin. (If sleeping in the buff, don’t point the fan directly at the manhood!). Using a humidifier when the air is too dry can be beneficial, but be sure to clean it regularly.

- Showers are too long or too hot. This may seem counterintuitive, but showering or bathing for too long - or using water that is too hot - can actually dry out the skin. Why should adding water to the skin actually make it dryer? Simple. All that water (and soap) washes away the natural oils that the body produces. It’s these oils that actually moisturize and hydrate the skin, and that lock water into place. Most guys avoid really hot water on their member (thankfully), but a lot of guys do like to take nice long showers. And even if the water is not spraying directly on the manhood, it still drips down and drains away the oils that member skin needs to remain attractive to partners.

- The cleanser is wrong. No guy likes to go around with a rank manhood odor, so most men tend to practice proper hygiene and wash their members on a regular basis. Sometimes they even use a soap or cleanser with an added fragrance just to help disguise any fishy smells that may linger in the area. But often soaps, especially those with fragrances and chemicals, can be too harsh for the delicate skin of the member. It can not only dry the skin out but also leave a rash. So using a milder soap is usually better.

- The detergent is also wrong. Same story applies to laundry detergent. Washing the tighty whiteys in a detergent that has too many chemicals can cause the chemicals to rub off on the member and dry the skin out. Milder is better.

To care for dry member skin, keep the air sufficiently moist, avoid long, hot showers and use gentle soaps and detergents.

One other major care tip for dry member skin: Every day, apply a top rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to the manhood. The very best of these crèmes are going to contain a dual moisturizing combination, such as a high-end emollient (like Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Together they can create a moisture lock to keep the skin well-hydrated. The best crème will also include vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid. Vitamin B5 is a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

When to Call the Doctor about an Itchy Member

August 16, 2017

Every man knows how it feels to have an itchy member - and it’s not fun. However, in most cases an itchy member goes away quickly, and usually a man knows exactly what caused it. That’s why most itchy, red male organ situations aren’t cause for concern. But what is a man to do when he tried every manhood care trick in the arsenal but the itch doesn’t stop?

When a man has tried everything from excellent hygiene to soothing crèmes and nothing seems to help, he could be dealing with a more serious issue that requires a visit to the doctor. Here’s what a man should be aware of when his itchy, red male organ persists no matter what.

1. Diabetes. Though it might seem strange that diabetes can cause an itchy member, it can be surprising how many issues stem from this medical condition. A man with diabetes might tend to urinate much more, and that leads to a bit more moisture around the midsection, which in turn leads to an overgrowth of bacteria. Besides that, a hallmark of diabetes is an overgrowth of yeast, leading to yeast infections. Though these are more common in women, a man with diabetes can develop them as well. An itchy member accompanied by a burning sensation, whitish discharge and even a strange odor are all signs that a man should go to the doctor for yeast infection treatment.

2. Socially shared diseases. It seems obvious, but it must be said: if a man is sensually active, he is at risk of contracting a disease from a partner. Some socially shared diseases present with a variety of mild symptoms, including a manhood itch that just won’t quit. Even if the itch doesn’t get worse, but simply persists at a typical level, it could be an indication of something picked up from an intimate encounter. In addition to the usual six-month checkup and testing for diseases, this itchy member situation should send a man running to the doctor, pronto.

3. Eczema or psoriasis. If a man has either of these conditions on other parts of the body, it’s entirely possible he has them on his manhood, too. But even a guy who has never suffered from them before can suddenly develop them on his most sensitive parts. The good news is that a doctor can usually diagnose this with a single glance, and can offer treatments that will either eliminate the itch or ease it tremendously. If the itchy member is accompanied by redness, especially red patches or areas that look like shiny plaque on the skin, it’s time to get checked out.

4. Contact dermatitis. Sometimes an itchy member is the result of simple allergies. A man might use a new cleanser, switch laundry detergents, or even have a reaction to a new partner’s perfume! In most cases the itch will go away quickly and once a man eliminates the cause, it won’t return. But if a guy can’t figure out what is causing the reaction or it keeps getting worse, it warrants a visit to the doctor.

Finally, a man should remember that a powerful manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is an especially potent way to alleviate an itchy member. A man should look for a crème that contains vitamin A, known for its bacteria-fighting properties, as well as vitamin E, which keeps skin hydrated and cuts down on itchy from dryness. A plethora of other nutrients wrapped up in a Shea butter base can be a boon to any man’s personal hygiene.

How to Ease Male Organ Pain and Swelling

August 16, 2017

When a man suddenly begins suffering from male organ pain and swelling, especially in the wake of a romantic moment or two, it can easily lead to panic. It’s quite natural to feel fear when pain arrives, and especially so if that pain is in the member or surrounding area. But the good news is that prompt and careful member care can help a man overcome most cases of male organ pain and swelling.

Here’s what to do during those panicked moments when a man is sure his member will never be the same:

- Put on the brakes. Whatever was happening before the pain and swelling began, it’s time to stop it, completely. If a man was coupling when it happened, he should stop immediately and explain to his partner what’s going on. If he was self-pleasuring, things just suddenly became entirely hands-off. If the pain and swelling began at any other time, a man should think back to what he was doing before - retrace his steps, so to speak - and try to figure out what might have sparked this unwelcome result.

- Get clean. A man will want to rule out the possibility of an allergic reaction, so he must make sure his member is entirely clean. That means jumping into the shower or rinsing off at the nearest sink. Though most causes of male organ pain are not the result of an allergic reaction, it helps to have a clean slate to begin from when he takes steps to minimize the pain and swelling.

- Reach for home remedies. A cool compress and a good dose of ibuprofen will help relieve the soreness, pain and swelling of a member that has seen a little too much action. A compress can be made from a hand towel submerged in very cold water and wrung out. If using a cold pack from the freezer, make sure to put a thick cloth between the member and the pack, to avoid the possibility of frostbite. The pain should begin to ease rather quickly once the compress has been applied.

- Evaluate the situation. Once a man has done the above things, he should look at the situation with a level head. Is the pain some of the worst he has ever felt? Then it’s time to head to the hospital. Did it begin to ease when he stopped when he was doing and used a cold compress? Then it might be okay to take a wait-and-see approach. If a guy is dealing with intense male organ pain or notices other member problems, such as hardness that won’t go away, it’s time to call the doctor.

- Get help. If the member swelling refuses to go away or is accompanied by serious male organ pain, it’s better to be safe and go see the doctor. Bruises, a burning sensation, any bleeding or other member problems in conjunction with the pain and swelling should be seen in the emergency room as soon as possible.

Finally, a man can make the most of his good member health by taking steps to maintain it. This can be done with a specially formulated manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A man can look for a crème that contains Shea butter and vitamin E, both of which are perfect for hydrating skin and relieving some of the swelling and pain that comes from too much friction. He should also look for a crème with L-carnitine and L-arginine, two amino acids that help the member heal from trauma and protect the nerve endings, thus helping maintain member sensation.

4 Ways to Maintain a Handsome Male Organ

August 14, 2017

A man places a great deal of worth on his manhood. After all, it’s the part of him that brings such incredible pleasure, not only to himself, but to his partners. It’s the part that all men seem to talk about and compare. Has anyone ever heard a man talk fondly about the shape of his nose, or guys comparing the size and shape of their earlobes? Given how important this part of the body is, guys already know that good manhood care is essential.

But do they know exactly how to maintain their manhood health so that they can not only have a more handsome male organ, but fewer member problems as well? There are a few things men need to keep in mind, whether they are revamping their old routine for manhood care or starting out for the first time on this very important journey.

1. Careful cleaning is a must. The manhood is usually very warm, encased in clothing that keeps it in the dark, and a little moist from the sweat and other body oils that surround it. The result is a perfect breeding ground for bacteria. That’s why a daily cleaning is so important. A man should look for a good cleanser that will not dry out his skin, and wash the area with warm water on at least a daily basis. It is important to clean every part of the manhood, especially under the prepuce for intact men. When the cleaning is done, pat dry the manhood - never rub, as this can create irritation.

2. Take care to use lubrication. Whether a guy is playing on his own or with a partner, adequate lubrication can remedy all sorts of member problems before they have a chance to begin. Going at it without lube might seem okay at first, but remember that the sensitive manhood skin is made up of all sorts of delicate nerve endings, which are maintained by tiny blood vessels right underneath the skin. Lots of friction but not lube means that those blood vessels might suffer injury, which in turn can contribute to scar tissue, neither of which bode very well for a handsome male organ.

3. Avoid socially shared diseases. This seems like a no-brainer, but it’s surprising how many men choose to have relations without a protection ‘just this once’ and think there will be no serious consequences from that fact. And sure, a man might get lucky from time to time, but eventually the lack of protection will catch up with him. The result could easily be manhood bumps, warts, red spots and discharge, as well as manhood pain. Though many conditions can be treated fully, some might leave behind scars or worse, stay around forever, like herpes - and lurk there until another outbreak that ruins the look of a guy’s handsome male organ.

4. Use a top-notch member health crème. The importance of an excellent member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) cannot be stressed enough. A good crème will contain a plethora of vitamins. These should include vitamin A, also known as retinol, which is known for maintaining skin health. Another is vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, an essential nutrient often found in high-end skin crèmes. Vitamins C, D and E help ensure further maintenance of healthy manhood skin. Amino acids that ease peripheral nerve damage can help the manhood that has been enjoyed a little too much, and the wonders of Shea butter can help keep skin supple and smooth. Applying a crème like this daily after a shower is the perfect way to ensure a healthy, handsome male organ.

Sometimes a Bent Manhood is Due to Vasculitis

August 14, 2017

Most men don’t personally encounter a lot of firm male members. Sure, they may see them when watching adult videos, but it’s pretty well accepted that the male organs on display in many adult videos are not necessarily representative of the actual norm. And so without a real-life frame of reference, a guy may become alarmed if he finds he has a bent manhood when it is tumescent and may worry about his member health and function.

In fact, many men quite naturally have some curvature of the male organ. It’s only when a bent manhood is at so severe an angle that it becomes painful or affects its functionality that a man needs to be concerned. There can be several causes of a severely bent manhood, one of which is vasculitis.

Peyronie’s disease

Typically when a man has a member which curves to such an extent that it is of genuine concern, he is said to have Peyronie’s disease. When a man has Peyronie’s, the curvature is caused by a build-up of plaque or scar tissue in an area of the male organ.

Why does scar tissue have this effect? Basically, scar tissue is part of nature’s way of healing. So if an area of the member receives some form of trauma, the scar tissue forms as part of the reparative process. But the tissue in the manhood needs to have a high degree of elasticity, so that it can go from the smaller soft state to the larger tumescent state.

Scar tissue negatively impacts the tissue’s ability to expand properly. When the manhood gets the signal to become tumescent, it starts stretching out. The part of the member without the scar tissue stretches to its full degree, as normal. But the section with the scarring at one point says, "Stop! That’s as far as I can go." With one side fully tumescent and the other pulling back on the expansion, curving occurs - left, right, up or down, depending on where the scar tissue is.

Vasculitis

Vasculitis is a condition in which blood vessels become inflamed. It can occur anywhere in the body, including in the male organ. The inflammation can damage the blood vessels, making them weaker and/or narrower. If it gets too weak, it may break, which causes scar tissue to form. If it gets too narrow, the blood has a harder time getting through, which may cause blockage. With less blood flowing in, less oxygen also flows in - and that can also damage the tissue, creating scarring.

Vasculitis is still poorly understood by the medical community, and its exact and complete causes are unknown. However, it is often due to infections (such as hepatitis B or C), problems with the immune system (such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis) or reactions to some tablets.

If a doctor diagnoses a man with vasculitis, he will prescribe appropriate treatments, which often include corticosteroids and immunosuppressing medications. Often treating the vasculitis can have an effect on the bent manhood; in other cases, the scar tissue may be too far advanced and other methods may be employed if necessary to correct a significantly bent male organ.

Treating a bent manhood due to vasculitis or other causes is made easier when the overall health of the manhood is not in doubt. Regular use of a top drawer member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help improve member health. Look for a crème that includes L-carnitine. Often, scar tissue build-up can "deaden" sensation in a member, and L-carnitine is useful in helping restore loss of sensation. The crème should also include vitamin C, which is a key component in keeping the manhood skin toned and elastic.

Male Organ Health and Sensual Tips for the Summer

August 12, 2017

Summer is a time when many a man meets up with a new partner or finds time to explore new forms of intimacy with an existing one. Such being the case, what man doesn’t appreciate some good male organ health and sensual tips when the weather gets a bit on the warm side? With that in mind, we offer the following coupling tips for the remaining days of this summer - and for future summers to come.

Tips

- Take advantage of the warm weather. Coupling outdoors in the winter is not usually at the top of everyone’s list (unless they live in a tropical paradise, of course) - so take advantage of summer weather to get frisky outside. Be sensible; don’t disrobe and become entangled on a busy street. But a backyard with a good privacy fence or in a field that is truly deserted can be an excellent place to become one with Nature while becoming one with that special person.

- Sleep bare. A guy’s member can get very rank from summer sweat, so take advantage of the warmth to sleep in the buff - and encourage that special someone to do so as well. The lack of clothing makes spontaneous sensual activities just that much easier.

- But keep ice nearby. Sometimes even without clothes, the heat can become oppressive. Bringing up a bucket of ice can enable a couple to have fun cooling each other down before getting down to brass tacks. And sucking on an ice cube before indulging in oral sensual activity can take things to a whole different level.

- Avoid pool coupling. Some movies make making out in the pool or hot tub seem intensely sensual. In reality, the heavily chlorinated water can dry out the skin, including that sensitive member skin. It also washes away natural lubrication, adding the wrong kind of friction to a couple’s encounter.

- Use that bikini top. Couples who are into role play, even in just a joking way, can enjoy using a bikini top as a way of tying a lover down. Or up.

- Oil up. Refreshing body oils, scented with aromas that entice and intrigue, can be especially welcome on a hot summer night. For even greater effect, rub them in while a fan is gently blowing across the skin.

- Change locations. Coupling is fun no matter where it is - but sometimes having sensual activity in a totally new location makes it even better. Summer is ideal for travel, so occasionally pack things up and hit the road. Whether going on an overnight camping trip, a weekend-long excursion to a nearby town or a vacation out of the country, new sites can mean exciting new activities. For those who can’t get away, try coupling in a different room in the house - or even just in a new position.

- Get handy. Sometimes, the summer heat is so oppressive that the thought of one body on top of another can be a bit of a turn-off. But that’s why we have hands. If penetration is out for the night due to the heat and the sweat, consider an evening of manual fondling and kissing instead.

Male organ health and coupling tips aren’t relegated just to the summer, of course, and one sensual tip for all seasons is this: Daily apply a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to the manhood. The best option will provide a wide array of vitamins, such as vitamins A, B5, C, D and E. Topical application allows the vitamins to target the manhood more specifically. In addition, the crème should include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that combats free radicals and the damage they can cause.

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Manhood Bumps from Fordyce Spots: Are DIY Remedies Good?

August 19, 2017

When a man discovers manhood bumps on his equipment, he often worries about what this might mean in terms of his male organ health, and with good reason. Sometimes bumps can indeed mean a condition exists which needs attending to. But in the case of Fordyce spots, the bumps are benign and don’t really require attention medically.

Nonetheless, some men (and some partners) don’t like the look of Fordyce spots on and around the manhood and may want to do something about them. There are many DIY remedies floating around the internet for removing Fordyce spots - but should a man use them to get rid of these harmless manhood bumps?

What they are

The body has a network of glands known as sebaceous glands. There are many of these in the member, and they provide an important function. They create and transport the body’s natural lubricating oils to the skin, where they help keep the skin moisturized and keep skin from drying out. On the manhood, this helps keep male organ skin from becoming dry, flaky and cracked - a look that no man really wants.

Sometimes, however, the sebaceous glands work harder than they have to. They become overactive. When this happens, they can be seen on the top of the skin as tiny little dots, often white or another color that is somewhat paler than the skin surrounding them. This is all Fordyce spots are - overactive sebaceous glands. They are not dangerous and pose no real danger to a person. And they are very common, with some doctors estimating that some 80% of men have these manhood bumps. (Some people may get them on their lips as well.)

Removal

Nonetheless, some people find them aesthetically unpleasing and wish to have them removed. Since Fordyce spots have been around for thousands of years, many folk "remedies" exist for them. But are they effective? Not really.

For example, many DIY remedies assume that Fordyce spots are due to bacterial growth, which is not the case. But nonetheless, these remedies purport to destroy bacteria in the area, and thus remove the manhood bumps. Typical among these home methods are the application of turmeric mixed with apple cider vinegar; tea tree oil; jojoba oil; or lemon. Whether they actually affect bacteria may be open to debate, but they definitely do not remove Fordyce spots.

Another tactic has to do with moisturizing the skin. Coconut oil and aloe vera are suggested for this, and while they can help keep skin hydrated, Fordyce spots do not respond to them. Neither do they respond to simply boosting vitamin intake, as other old wives’ tales suggest. For that matter, exfoliating via an oatmeal scrub or a mixture of vanilla and sugar is also unlikely to help.

A doctor

For those men who really do wish to remove their Fordyce spots, it’s suggested they consult with a dermatologist. There are some methods, such as laser surgery and chemical peels, which can be effective. But since these manhood bumps are benign, a man may want to be sure he cannot live with them before taking steps to remove them.

While home remedies to remove Fordyce spots (or mother manhood bumps) are unlikely to work, they do draw attention to the need to care for male organ skin - and this can more easily be accomplished through the regular application of a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Moisturization can be aided via a crème that includes both Shea butter (a high-end emollient) and vitamin E (one of nature’s great hydrating agents). And since free radicals and the oxidative damage they cause are a threat to healthy male organ skin, it helps if the selected crème also includes a power antioxidant (such as alpha lipoic acid) to help fight those free radicals.

Easing the Itchy Manhood: Dealng with Eczema

August 18, 2017

Eczema is actually a rather common condition, with many people suffering from it from time to time. Eczema is an inflammation of the skin that produces itching, redness, dry areas and in the most severe cases, skin that appears to be blistered. The good news is that excellent male organ care can help a guy feels much better, and might help keep the symptoms at bay altogether.

An eczema ‘attack’ is known as a ‘flare.’ To avoid flares - and to help the skin heal if a flare does happen - a man needs to look into these hygiene rules for male organ eczema.

1. Clean properly. A man with eczema should never choose soap to clean his body; he should instead opt for a soapless cleanser that is much gentler on the skin. Other tips include taking showers with lukewarm water only, ensuring there is no lather residue left on the body, and patting the skin dry with a towel - never rub, as this could make eczema much worse.

2. Use moisturizers. Anywhere on the body that suffers from eczema deserves a slathering of moisturizing cream. This will help to dramatically soften the skin and help ease the itchy that can come from dryness. Look for moisturizers that don’t have any fragrance or added chemicals; an all-natural product is best.

3. Relieve the itching. It can be easy to simply say "don’t scratch that," but in reality, that advice often falls on deaf ears. And of course it does - when something itches as badly as eczema, not scratching at the spot can feel like torture! That’s why a man should take steps to avoid the itching in the first place. During a particularly bad male organ eczema flare, a man can turn to over the counter antihistamines and cold compresses to ease the skin and keep the itch at bay.

4. Figure out the allergies. Men who have eczema often have some sort of allergies as well; many doctors believe that the two are related. So when a man suffers from eczema flares, he should make an appointment with the physician to figure out what allergies might be causing the problem. Once he knows that, he can tackle the allergy itself, thus making it easier to treat the eczema.

5. Keep a constant temperature. A room that is far too hot or too cold can lead to a flare. That’s why so many people complain of eczema getting worse during the summer or winter months. This can be especially bad for male organ eczema, as the member is often trapped behind a few layers of clothing, thus adding to the heat. Going bare as often as possible (in the privacy of home, of course) and keeping the temperature in the house comfortable is a great idea.

6. Choose the right clothing. A man wants to wear clothing that allows his skin to breathe, which in turn gets plenty of air to the areas of eczema. Wearing tight clothing that chafes or keeps the manhood ‘trapped’ behind layers can actually make an eczema flare worse, no matter how many other helpful tips a man tries to alleviate the itch.

7. Get rid of stress. Interestingly, men who are under significant stress report a higher incidence of eczema flares. This indicates that stress really does reduce the effectiveness of the immune system, which in turn allows eczema to become worse. Doing anything it takes to reduce stress can eventually lead to fewer eczema flares.

When a man is trying to avoid a male organ eczema flare, the best thing he can do is turn to the use of products that will help ensure the best of member health. To do this, he can use a top-notch member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A crème that contains a wealth of vitamins, nutrients and amino acids is great, but a man should also look for something that contains the wonders of vitamin E and Shea butter. This combo can help ensure the softness that every male organ needs.

Member Size and Male Hormone: A Connection?

August 18, 2017

Even though most women acknowledge that member size is not usually one of the most important attributes they look for in a man, this topic continues to be an obsession for many men - and not just those whose member size might be considered on the smaller side of things. Many men with perfectly decent-sized members still desire more, either in length, girth or both. It’s well known that skill and male organ health are more important in practical terms, of course; but something in the makeup of many men craves a physical sign that they are exceptionally virile. And that often leads to attempts, such as raising male hormone levels, in a quest to achieve a larger member size.

But does male hormone actually make a guy’s manhood bigger? An internet search will turn up articles - some from respected newspapers - about men who did use male hormone to achieve male organ growth. But these articles come with a catch.

Hypogonadism

Most of the time, reports that claim something along the lines of a man doubling his member size by using male hormone are misleading. They’re not necessarily false - often the man in question has indeed seen his member become larger. But they give the false hope that any man who wants a bigger package can get it just by raising his male hormone levels.

Typically, reports of a man’s member enlarging due to male hormone involve a case in which the person in question suffered from a condition known as hypogonadism, which occurred early in life. Hypogonadism basically is a deficiency of male hormone. When it occurs before or during adolescence, it has the effect of diminishing a man’s sensual development. Without sufficient male hormone, a boy will see little or no development in terms of growth of facial and private hair, lowering of the voice, and growth of the sacks and member.

In extreme cases, a grown man may have a male organ that is essentially the size of a pre- adolescent boy’s. In many cases, having male hormone supplementation over an extended period of time - sometimes months or years - will correct this. In such cases, a grown man may indeed have the size of his manhood double, just as he would have if his male hormone had kicked in during adolescence.

Typical men

However, there seems to be no real evidence that a man who has successfully gone through adolescence with no hypogonadism-related issues would see an increase in member size from male hormone therapy. Also, although some men do acquire hypogonadism post- adolescence, the complications typically associated with it (low sensual drive, tumescence dysfunction, decrease in muscle and bone mass, etc.) do not have an impact on member size. When prescribed by a knowledgeable physician, male hormone therapy can have an impact on these adult symptoms, but not on size.

Some men may want to experiment with male hormone therapy anyway, despite the lack of evidence for its effect on member size. However, there is controversy concerning possible long-term effects of male hormone supplementation. Most physicians suggest using it under a doctor’s care to treat legitimate issues (such as tumescence dysfunction) instead.

Whatever the male hormone levels and member size, a man needs to be sure that his manhood is in its best possible state of health. Regular application of a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help achieve that admirable goal. Definitely look for a crème that contains both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid which plays a role in the development of nitric oxide; this in turn helps to keep male organ blood vessels open and receptive to increased flow. The latter is a neuroprotective ingredient which protects against peripheral nerve damage and the subsequent loss of sensation that can result.

Male Menopause: A Myth or Real Manhood Problem?

August 17, 2017

When it comes to male menopause, there is quite a debate swirling about the question of just how common it really is - or if it is real at all. The fact of female menopause is well-documented and is an accepted part of life for every woman, as they will all go through ‘the change.’ But what about men? Doesn’t it make sense that a guy will suffer through the same decline in hormone production that women deal with at some point in their lives? In fact, men who practice good male organ care and pay attention to overall health might notice some signs that lead them to believe male menopause is, indeed, very real.

Is male menopause real?

Much of the debate on whether male menopause is real centers on the changes in hormone production. Science has proven that males do suffer from a drop in male hormones throughout their lives; however, that drop is very gradual and can take place over several decades. In addition, though they might suffer symptoms from those changes, the symptoms are usually not severe and do not take place all at once. And finally, men who undergo a lowering of male hormones usually do not become infertile because of it.

Compare this to female menopause, which is quite different. For women, the hormone drop is rather sharp, and the symptoms that come along with it can seem to happen all at once - within a matter of a few short years. The symptoms can be severe enough to interfere with a woman’s day-to-day life. And of course, when a woman goes through menopause, her child-bearing days are decidedly done, as she will be infertile when the hormone drop is complete.

Therefore, when it comes to male menopause, the answer is two-fold: Yes, it is real, because many men suffer the symptoms. But no, it isn’t actually menopause, because it doesn’t carry the severity for a man that it does for a woman.

Dealing with the symptoms

However, that doesn’t mean a man won’t have to deal with a variety of symptoms that can be confusing or annoying. One of the most troublesome symptoms of the male hormone drop is a corresponding decrease in male drive. A man who was raring to go a decade ago might now be surprised to find that he doesn’t really care to get it up - and that when he does want to, he simply can’t do it as often, or as well.

Much of this comes from the simple process of aging. As a man ages, his production of male hormones drops, until he is suffering from a variety of issues. The biggest of these is the decrease in male drive, but other problems include weight gain, irritability, lowered levels of energy, a drop in self-esteem, depression and even some mental confusion from time to time.

The good news is that there are ways to combat the problem. Men should pay close attention to their overall health, including trying to lose the weight, exercising regularly, eating right and taking steps to manage stress and get enough sleep. Besides that, hormone replacement therapy might help a man whose symptoms are really messing with his quality of life.

Between improving overall physical health and possibly turning to hormone therapy, a man might find that his male drive goes up accordingly.

In the meantime, keeping the male organ itself in good health can help avoid many a manhood problem, including some of the troublesome symptoms of male menopause. A specially formulated member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is a great step toward this better health. A crème that contains a variety of beneficial vitamins, such as A, C, B5 and D, is a great place to start. Powerful amino acids, combined with vitamins in a soothing Shea butter and vitamin E base, can keep the skin smooth, supple and ready for action.

Dry Member Skin: Basic Care

August 17, 2017

No guy wants to disrobe and find an unattractive dry member skin situation going on, and no woman wants to be exposed to it, either. While dry member skin is often just that - dry member skin - and not a major male organ health concern of serious proportions, it looks unappealing and off-putting. So when a guy finds his manhood skin is far too dry for public exhibition, he needs to take steps to take care of it. Fortunately, basic care for dry member skin is pretty common sense.

Why so dry?

Sometimes, dry member skin results from common skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis, and treating it may require some assistance from a dermatologist. Very often, however, dry member skin is the result of what are commonly called environmental or lifestyle factors (as well as, in some cases, a genetic predisposition to dry skin). When these factors are responsible, it makes sense to make changes in certain areas to address the dry skin issue.

Among the reasons a man may have dry member skin are:

- The air is simply too dry. When the humidity is too low, the air can draw moisture out of the skin, including the member. This can happen any time of year. For example, in the summer, excess heat may be responsible for drying the skin. In the winter, heating units, central heating, fires, or space heaters can help reduce the moisture in the air. Also, many people spend a great deal of time with a fan blowing directly on them, which can de-hydrate the skin. (If sleeping in the buff, don’t point the fan directly at the manhood!). Using a humidifier when the air is too dry can be beneficial, but be sure to clean it regularly.

- Showers are too long or too hot. This may seem counterintuitive, but showering or bathing for too long - or using water that is too hot - can actually dry out the skin. Why should adding water to the skin actually make it dryer? Simple. All that water (and soap) washes away the natural oils that the body produces. It’s these oils that actually moisturize and hydrate the skin, and that lock water into place. Most guys avoid really hot water on their member (thankfully), but a lot of guys do like to take nice long showers. And even if the water is not spraying directly on the manhood, it still drips down and drains away the oils that member skin needs to remain attractive to partners.

- The cleanser is wrong. No guy likes to go around with a rank manhood odor, so most men tend to practice proper hygiene and wash their members on a regular basis. Sometimes they even use a soap or cleanser with an added fragrance just to help disguise any fishy smells that may linger in the area. But often soaps, especially those with fragrances and chemicals, can be too harsh for the delicate skin of the member. It can not only dry the skin out but also leave a rash. So using a milder soap is usually better.

- The detergent is also wrong. Same story applies to laundry detergent. Washing the tighty whiteys in a detergent that has too many chemicals can cause the chemicals to rub off on the member and dry the skin out. Milder is better.

To care for dry member skin, keep the air sufficiently moist, avoid long, hot showers and use gentle soaps and detergents.

One other major care tip for dry member skin: Every day, apply a top rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to the manhood. The very best of these crèmes are going to contain a dual moisturizing combination, such as a high-end emollient (like Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Together they can create a moisture lock to keep the skin well-hydrated. The best crème will also include vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid. Vitamin B5 is a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

When to Call the Doctor about an Itchy Member

August 16, 2017

Every man knows how it feels to have an itchy member - and it’s not fun. However, in most cases an itchy member goes away quickly, and usually a man knows exactly what caused it. That’s why most itchy, red male organ situations aren’t cause for concern. But what is a man to do when he tried every manhood care trick in the arsenal but the itch doesn’t stop?

When a man has tried everything from excellent hygiene to soothing crèmes and nothing seems to help, he could be dealing with a more serious issue that requires a visit to the doctor. Here’s what a man should be aware of when his itchy, red male organ persists no matter what.

1. Diabetes. Though it might seem strange that diabetes can cause an itchy member, it can be surprising how many issues stem from this medical condition. A man with diabetes might tend to urinate much more, and that leads to a bit more moisture around the midsection, which in turn leads to an overgrowth of bacteria. Besides that, a hallmark of diabetes is an overgrowth of yeast, leading to yeast infections. Though these are more common in women, a man with diabetes can develop them as well. An itchy member accompanied by a burning sensation, whitish discharge and even a strange odor are all signs that a man should go to the doctor for yeast infection treatment.

2. Socially shared diseases. It seems obvious, but it must be said: if a man is sensually active, he is at risk of contracting a disease from a partner. Some socially shared diseases present with a variety of mild symptoms, including a manhood itch that just won’t quit. Even if the itch doesn’t get worse, but simply persists at a typical level, it could be an indication of something picked up from an intimate encounter. In addition to the usual six-month checkup and testing for diseases, this itchy member situation should send a man running to the doctor, pronto.

3. Eczema or psoriasis. If a man has either of these conditions on other parts of the body, it’s entirely possible he has them on his manhood, too. But even a guy who has never suffered from them before can suddenly develop them on his most sensitive parts. The good news is that a doctor can usually diagnose this with a single glance, and can offer treatments that will either eliminate the itch or ease it tremendously. If the itchy member is accompanied by redness, especially red patches or areas that look like shiny plaque on the skin, it’s time to get checked out.

4. Contact dermatitis. Sometimes an itchy member is the result of simple allergies. A man might use a new cleanser, switch laundry detergents, or even have a reaction to a new partner’s perfume! In most cases the itch will go away quickly and once a man eliminates the cause, it won’t return. But if a guy can’t figure out what is causing the reaction or it keeps getting worse, it warrants a visit to the doctor.

Finally, a man should remember that a powerful manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is an especially potent way to alleviate an itchy member. A man should look for a crème that contains vitamin A, known for its bacteria-fighting properties, as well as vitamin E, which keeps skin hydrated and cuts down on itchy from dryness. A plethora of other nutrients wrapped up in a Shea butter base can be a boon to any man’s personal hygiene.

How to Ease Male Organ Pain and Swelling

August 16, 2017

When a man suddenly begins suffering from male organ pain and swelling, especially in the wake of a romantic moment or two, it can easily lead to panic. It’s quite natural to feel fear when pain arrives, and especially so if that pain is in the member or surrounding area. But the good news is that prompt and careful member care can help a man overcome most cases of male organ pain and swelling.

Here’s what to do during those panicked moments when a man is sure his member will never be the same:

- Put on the brakes. Whatever was happening before the pain and swelling began, it’s time to stop it, completely. If a man was coupling when it happened, he should stop immediately and explain to his partner what’s going on. If he was self-pleasuring, things just suddenly became entirely hands-off. If the pain and swelling began at any other time, a man should think back to what he was doing before - retrace his steps, so to speak - and try to figure out what might have sparked this unwelcome result.

- Get clean. A man will want to rule out the possibility of an allergic reaction, so he must make sure his member is entirely clean. That means jumping into the shower or rinsing off at the nearest sink. Though most causes of male organ pain are not the result of an allergic reaction, it helps to have a clean slate to begin from when he takes steps to minimize the pain and swelling.

- Reach for home remedies. A cool compress and a good dose of ibuprofen will help relieve the soreness, pain and swelling of a member that has seen a little too much action. A compress can be made from a hand towel submerged in very cold water and wrung out. If using a cold pack from the freezer, make sure to put a thick cloth between the member and the pack, to avoid the possibility of frostbite. The pain should begin to ease rather quickly once the compress has been applied.

- Evaluate the situation. Once a man has done the above things, he should look at the situation with a level head. Is the pain some of the worst he has ever felt? Then it’s time to head to the hospital. Did it begin to ease when he stopped when he was doing and used a cold compress? Then it might be okay to take a wait-and-see approach. If a guy is dealing with intense male organ pain or notices other member problems, such as hardness that won’t go away, it’s time to call the doctor.

- Get help. If the member swelling refuses to go away or is accompanied by serious male organ pain, it’s better to be safe and go see the doctor. Bruises, a burning sensation, any bleeding or other member problems in conjunction with the pain and swelling should be seen in the emergency room as soon as possible.

Finally, a man can make the most of his good member health by taking steps to maintain it. This can be done with a specially formulated manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A man can look for a crème that contains Shea butter and vitamin E, both of which are perfect for hydrating skin and relieving some of the swelling and pain that comes from too much friction. He should also look for a crème with L-carnitine and L-arginine, two amino acids that help the member heal from trauma and protect the nerve endings, thus helping maintain member sensation.

4 Ways to Maintain a Handsome Male Organ

August 14, 2017

A man places a great deal of worth on his manhood. After all, it’s the part of him that brings such incredible pleasure, not only to himself, but to his partners. It’s the part that all men seem to talk about and compare. Has anyone ever heard a man talk fondly about the shape of his nose, or guys comparing the size and shape of their earlobes? Given how important this part of the body is, guys already know that good manhood care is essential.

But do they know exactly how to maintain their manhood health so that they can not only have a more handsome male organ, but fewer member problems as well? There are a few things men need to keep in mind, whether they are revamping their old routine for manhood care or starting out for the first time on this very important journey.

1. Careful cleaning is a must. The manhood is usually very warm, encased in clothing that keeps it in the dark, and a little moist from the sweat and other body oils that surround it. The result is a perfect breeding ground for bacteria. That’s why a daily cleaning is so important. A man should look for a good cleanser that will not dry out his skin, and wash the area with warm water on at least a daily basis. It is important to clean every part of the manhood, especially under the prepuce for intact men. When the cleaning is done, pat dry the manhood - never rub, as this can create irritation.

2. Take care to use lubrication. Whether a guy is playing on his own or with a partner, adequate lubrication can remedy all sorts of member problems before they have a chance to begin. Going at it without lube might seem okay at first, but remember that the sensitive manhood skin is made up of all sorts of delicate nerve endings, which are maintained by tiny blood vessels right underneath the skin. Lots of friction but not lube means that those blood vessels might suffer injury, which in turn can contribute to scar tissue, neither of which bode very well for a handsome male organ.

3. Avoid socially shared diseases. This seems like a no-brainer, but it’s surprising how many men choose to have relations without a protection ‘just this once’ and think there will be no serious consequences from that fact. And sure, a man might get lucky from time to time, but eventually the lack of protection will catch up with him. The result could easily be manhood bumps, warts, red spots and discharge, as well as manhood pain. Though many conditions can be treated fully, some might leave behind scars or worse, stay around forever, like herpes - and lurk there until another outbreak that ruins the look of a guy’s handsome male organ.

4. Use a top-notch member health crème. The importance of an excellent member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) cannot be stressed enough. A good crème will contain a plethora of vitamins. These should include vitamin A, also known as retinol, which is known for maintaining skin health. Another is vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, an essential nutrient often found in high-end skin crèmes. Vitamins C, D and E help ensure further maintenance of healthy manhood skin. Amino acids that ease peripheral nerve damage can help the manhood that has been enjoyed a little too much, and the wonders of Shea butter can help keep skin supple and smooth. Applying a crème like this daily after a shower is the perfect way to ensure a healthy, handsome male organ.

Sometimes a Bent Manhood is Due to Vasculitis

August 14, 2017

Most men don’t personally encounter a lot of firm male members. Sure, they may see them when watching adult videos, but it’s pretty well accepted that the male organs on display in many adult videos are not necessarily representative of the actual norm. And so without a real-life frame of reference, a guy may become alarmed if he finds he has a bent manhood when it is tumescent and may worry about his member health and function.

In fact, many men quite naturally have some curvature of the male organ. It’s only when a bent manhood is at so severe an angle that it becomes painful or affects its functionality that a man needs to be concerned. There can be several causes of a severely bent manhood, one of which is vasculitis.

Peyronie’s disease

Typically when a man has a member which curves to such an extent that it is of genuine concern, he is said to have Peyronie’s disease. When a man has Peyronie’s, the curvature is caused by a build-up of plaque or scar tissue in an area of the male organ.

Why does scar tissue have this effect? Basically, scar tissue is part of nature’s way of healing. So if an area of the member receives some form of trauma, the scar tissue forms as part of the reparative process. But the tissue in the manhood needs to have a high degree of elasticity, so that it can go from the smaller soft state to the larger tumescent state.

Scar tissue negatively impacts the tissue’s ability to expand properly. When the manhood gets the signal to become tumescent, it starts stretching out. The part of the member without the scar tissue stretches to its full degree, as normal. But the section with the scarring at one point says, "Stop! That’s as far as I can go." With one side fully tumescent and the other pulling back on the expansion, curving occurs - left, right, up or down, depending on where the scar tissue is.

Vasculitis

Vasculitis is a condition in which blood vessels become inflamed. It can occur anywhere in the body, including in the male organ. The inflammation can damage the blood vessels, making them weaker and/or narrower. If it gets too weak, it may break, which causes scar tissue to form. If it gets too narrow, the blood has a harder time getting through, which may cause blockage. With less blood flowing in, less oxygen also flows in - and that can also damage the tissue, creating scarring.

Vasculitis is still poorly understood by the medical community, and its exact and complete causes are unknown. However, it is often due to infections (such as hepatitis B or C), problems with the immune system (such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis) or reactions to some tablets.

If a doctor diagnoses a man with vasculitis, he will prescribe appropriate treatments, which often include corticosteroids and immunosuppressing medications. Often treating the vasculitis can have an effect on the bent manhood; in other cases, the scar tissue may be too far advanced and other methods may be employed if necessary to correct a significantly bent male organ.

Treating a bent manhood due to vasculitis or other causes is made easier when the overall health of the manhood is not in doubt. Regular use of a top drawer member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help improve member health. Look for a crème that includes L-carnitine. Often, scar tissue build-up can "deaden" sensation in a member, and L-carnitine is useful in helping restore loss of sensation. The crème should also include vitamin C, which is a key component in keeping the manhood skin toned and elastic.

Male Organ Health and Sensual Tips for the Summer

August 12, 2017

Summer is a time when many a man meets up with a new partner or finds time to explore new forms of intimacy with an existing one. Such being the case, what man doesn’t appreciate some good male organ health and sensual tips when the weather gets a bit on the warm side? With that in mind, we offer the following coupling tips for the remaining days of this summer - and for future summers to come.

Tips

- Take advantage of the warm weather. Coupling outdoors in the winter is not usually at the top of everyone’s list (unless they live in a tropical paradise, of course) - so take advantage of summer weather to get frisky outside. Be sensible; don’t disrobe and become entangled on a busy street. But a backyard with a good privacy fence or in a field that is truly deserted can be an excellent place to become one with Nature while becoming one with that special person.

- Sleep bare. A guy’s member can get very rank from summer sweat, so take advantage of the warmth to sleep in the buff - and encourage that special someone to do so as well. The lack of clothing makes spontaneous sensual activities just that much easier.

- But keep ice nearby. Sometimes even without clothes, the heat can become oppressive. Bringing up a bucket of ice can enable a couple to have fun cooling each other down before getting down to brass tacks. And sucking on an ice cube before indulging in oral sensual activity can take things to a whole different level.

- Avoid pool coupling. Some movies make making out in the pool or hot tub seem intensely sensual. In reality, the heavily chlorinated water can dry out the skin, including that sensitive member skin. It also washes away natural lubrication, adding the wrong kind of friction to a couple’s encounter.

- Use that bikini top. Couples who are into role play, even in just a joking way, can enjoy using a bikini top as a way of tying a lover down. Or up.

- Oil up. Refreshing body oils, scented with aromas that entice and intrigue, can be especially welcome on a hot summer night. For even greater effect, rub them in while a fan is gently blowing across the skin.

- Change locations. Coupling is fun no matter where it is - but sometimes having sensual activity in a totally new location makes it even better. Summer is ideal for travel, so occasionally pack things up and hit the road. Whether going on an overnight camping trip, a weekend-long excursion to a nearby town or a vacation out of the country, new sites can mean exciting new activities. For those who can’t get away, try coupling in a different room in the house - or even just in a new position.

- Get handy. Sometimes, the summer heat is so oppressive that the thought of one body on top of another can be a bit of a turn-off. But that’s why we have hands. If penetration is out for the night due to the heat and the sweat, consider an evening of manual fondling and kissing instead.

Male organ health and coupling tips aren’t relegated just to the summer, of course, and one sensual tip for all seasons is this: Daily apply a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to the manhood. The best option will provide a wide array of vitamins, such as vitamins A, B5, C, D and E. Topical application allows the vitamins to target the manhood more specifically. In addition, the crème should include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that combats free radicals and the damage they can cause.

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