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When an Itchy Member Comes from a Super Fungus

January 19, 2018

Yeast infections are often thought of as a women’s issue, but they are also common among men and can definitely be a male organ health concern. In men, this infection is commonly called thrush or candidiasis, and it can make for a very, very itchy member. The term candidiasis comes from candida, which is the fungus that causes this yeast infection. But there are several forms of candida, and in recent years there has emerged a form called a super fungus - and not because it stands for truth, justice and the American way.

Candida auris

The medical name for this particular super fungus is candida auris (sometimes called c. auris). The form of candida most commonly causing an itchy member is candida albicans, and it’s a pain all by itself.

When a guy has "regular" thrush, the yeast has spread across a portion of the manhood. Usually this is the head or, if a man is intact, the prepuce, especially underneath it. A rash typically forms, which is not attractive; but the bigger problem is that thrush itches like crazy. (Sometimes the fungus can also appear in the mouth, where it is even more annoying.)

Although thrush is not considered a socially shared infection, it can be passed through coupling. Often a guy will pick it up from an infected partner (or vice versa) and the two may pass it back and forth for some time. Wearing barrier protection can help cut down on the risk of transmission.

While a pest, regular candida can usually be treated fairly easily with oral or local antifungal medications.

Super fungus

But the super fungus version, candida auris, is not as easy to dismiss as regular thrush. An itchy member is the least of a guy’s concerns here - and indeed, the member is one of the less likely sites for this super fungus to strike. Ears and open wounds are more common targets.

Candida auris was first noticed in 2009, and although it is still rare, it is spreading rapidly. In addition to an itch at the infected site, it is possible for the fungus to enter the bloodstream, which can cause serious and even fatal consequences; more than half of those who reach the blood poisoning phase have died.

Beyond itching, fever and chills are common. The fungus is resistant to many forms of antifungal treatment, although the earlier it is caught, the better the response. People with diabetes have an increased chance of contracting it, as do many people in hospital or nursing home settings - especially those with a central venous catheter or who have recently undergone surgery.

Most men with an itchy member are unlikely to have contracted this super fungus; however, if they also experience fever or chills or have other unusual symptoms, they should check with a doctor to determine if there is anything they should do. Checking with a doctor for regular thrush is not a bad idea, either.

The idea of a super fungus that can turn an itchy member into a serious condition is scary - but again, it is still rare. Instead of fretting, a guy should focus more attention of his overall male organ health by daily using a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) Manhood skin can be strengthened by a crème that includes a powerful antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid. This can combat excess free radicals and thereby prevent oxidative damage. It also is beneficial if the crème contains vitamin B5, also called pantothenic acid, a vital nutrient required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

Common Causes of Tumescence Dysfunction

January 19, 2018

Millions of men across the world suffer from tumescence dysfunction. In fact, it’s one of the most common member problems that send a man to the doctor seeking a solution. And there are solutions, fortunately - some of them are as simple as paying more attention to good male organ care, while others require a bit more attention and effort. Understanding the most common reasons for tumescence dysfunction can help a man eliminate his risk factors and avoid the member problems that can result from not being able to get it up.

What causes tumescence dysfunction?

The reasons for tumescence dysfunction can be wide and varied. Some causes stem from medical conditions, which require a doctor’s help to overcome. But in some cases, the issues that lead to tumescence dysfunction and other member problems can be handled by a man on his own.

1) The use of steroids or medications. Many men who seek out the look of a body-building guru might also seek out steroids and other medications that can lead to all sorts of physical problems. Men should always be careful when using medications, even those that are prescribed for them, but they should be especially wary of using steroids and similar medications that they have obtained without a doctor’s note. Unfortunately, some severe cases of long-term use lead to damage that simply cannot be overcome.

2) Severe lack of sensitivity. When a man doesn’t feel the gentle touches that used to excite him, that can lead to an inability to get hard like he used to. Sure, the manhood might still work just fine sometimes, but it can be tough to get the sensations necessary to raise the flagpole at the proper time. A man can fight against the lack of manhood sensation by taking a break from self-pleasuring, using a top-notch male organ health crème on a regular basis and practicing excellent male organ care.

3) Depression. The physical is closely tied to the mental and emotional, and that’s why so many who suffer from depression might also suffer from tumescence dysfunction. The good news is that in this case, as a man gets treatment for depression and related symptoms, he will see his manhood function come back. A man who is dealing with depression should always reach out for help, whether from friends and family or a professional who can help lead him in the right direction.

4) Relationship worries. In some cases, a man who has relationship woes will find that he can’t get it up like he used to with his partner. This can be caused by a huge variety of emotional issues, including guilt, anger, sadness, or worries about pregnancy, infidelity and more. In a case like this, a man must tackle the problem head-on with a heart-to-heart with his partner. This won’t be easy, but it’s necessary for better health.

5) Exhaustion. Any man who has suffered from lack of sleep might have the unfortunate experience of a manhood that simply refused to cooperate when it was time for action. And in fact, some men have experienced exhaustion so deep that the very idea of getting it up is laughable. When a man is far too tired, it’s not only male organ health that is affected, but his overall health as well. A few nights of deep sleep can make him right as rain. But if he finds that sleep is elusive, it might be time to try over-the-counter sleeping medications or visit a doctor for more serious cases.

No matter what the causes of tumescence dysfunction, it’s a good idea to keep the manhood as healthy as possible for the next potential encounter. A man can do that with the use of a great male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A good crème will contain L-arginine, which enhanced blood flow where it matters most, as well as L-carnitine, which can protect manhood sensation and make it easier for a man to respond to gentle touches.

Deflating a Tumescent Manhood: Sensual Mood Killers to Avoid

January 18, 2018

It’s an all-too-common scenario: A guy and his date are moving steadily toward what promises to be a robust and entertaining bout of sensual activity. Things are going beautifully and the moment of penetration is close at hand when suddenly something unexpected happens - and the mood is ruined. Sometimes the effect is only temporary; other times, a guy might as well zip up and go home, as that tumescent member is done for the night. Yes, sometimes there may be a manhood health issue at play here, but more likely this has been at attack of the mood killers instead.

Mood killers

Sensual mood killers come in a wide range. They can be visual, verbal, aural, olfactory (i.e., involving a scent), physical, mental - just about anything that jars the mood of what had been a very sensual situation.

And, of course, certain mood killers for one person may mean nothing to another - or could even be mood enhancers to someone else, especially where fetishes are concerned. However, there are some experiences that are often mood killers to the majority of the population; here are a few that fall in that category.

- Babying the manhood. Not a news flash: Men can be very sensitive about their members. The vast majority of men want their members to be described in the most effusive manner possible; it’s practically impossible to go too far in assigning manly, powerful attributes to a guy’s favorite body part. But treating the member like a baby and describing it as "cute" or "adorable" or (God forbid) "little" can turn a massively firm manhood into a softie in no time.

- Suggesting a sensual toy. Sensual toys can be a great addition to a couple’s repertoire - but they shouldn’t be suggested when a tumescent manhood is all primed and ready for action. Discuss the idea in advance instead; otherwise, that manhood is liable to think that a lady doesn’t find him up to the job at hand and may decide to sulk about that fact.

- Laughing inexplicably. Hey, sensual activity is fun and there’s no shame in having a good time. But sometimes a partner may laugh at an inopportune moment (such as when a proud manhood is first revealed) and then refuse to say why. Not conducive to a good sensual adventure.

- Going too heavy on perfume. It’s wonderful when a woman wants to smell inviting - but just as men can go too far on the cologne, some women take perfume to the wrong level.

- Playing the wrong music. Musical taste varies widely, and one person’s sensual playlist may be another’s techno nightmare. Until musical tastes are known, silence may be a better option.

- Comparing. It’s natural to compare one lover to another - but doing it to their face during the act itself is probably not a good idea. Even if a woman finds this new man to be a superior lover, it may be wise to keep that news to herself until after the event. Otherwise, a guy may start feeling self-conscious and wonder "Am I still ahead of him? Am I still doing it right?"

Mood killers can create a tumescent manhood fail, so avoiding them is important. Also important for men: keeping that male organ healthy through the regular use of a top notch manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For really prime results, be sure the selected crème includes a wide range of vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E. In addition, find a crème that lists L-arginine among its ingredients. This amino acid helps produce nitric oxide, which in turn helps manhood blood vessels open up to receive increased blood flow.

Self-Pleasuring and the Other Senses

January 18, 2018

Self-pleasuring, for most men, becomes a regular part of their sensual lives early on. Even before they are able to release seed, they are often rubbing and stroking their member and enjoying the sensations this activity brings. And once seed release is added into the mix, it really becomes a pleasure a guy is anxious to return to again and again. As a component of sensual health, it is also part of male organ health, and practice in this area often helps prepare a man for his first partner-based sensual encounters.

However, as frequently as a man may self-stimulate, it’s rare that all his senses are engaged. Frequently, he concentrates only on touch or on touch combined with sight. Yet incorporating all the senses into self-pleasuring can be very rewarding for a man.

Visual animals

Clearly, there’s a reason why touch is the go-to sense where self-pleasuring is involved. Physical stimulation of the manhood (and other sensual zones) is almost always part of self-pleasuring; there are very few men who can spontaneously release seed strictly from exposure to senses other than touch.

And men, we are constantly told, are very much a visual animals (supposedly more so than women), so with the easy availability of adult films online, it’s no wonder that many men exercise their visual senses quite keenly during their self-pleasuring sessions. The visual sensations available are far ranging and can fulfill almost any taste.

Other senses

But that’s no reason to let the other senses - sound, smell and taste - go wanting when self-gratifying. Incorporating these senses into self-play can open up new reactions, which may be especially welcome if self-pleasuring routine has become a little - well, routine.

But how to incorporate the other senses?

Sound

This may be the easiest. For those watching videos on mute, raise the volume and let the auditory experience be added in. But there are other ways of adding sound. For example, many online resources exist which feature audio files for self-fondling. These may be music with a steady beat which features people moaning or gasping, for example. Or it may be recordings of people talking while they self-stimulate or reading sensual stories.

But it may be more worthwhile to go beyond being a passive listener. Instead, a guy can incorporate his own moaning, heavy breathing, comments, mindless blathering, etc. into his self-pleasuring. Many men grow used to being silent while self-fondling so that no one else will know; but if he is alone and doesn’t have to worry, it can be liberating to let it all out vocally while stroking the member.

Smell

Men forget how strong scents can be, so utilizing aromas during self-pleasuring can make it a new experience. Some men like to use their own scent and take a few whiffs from under their arms. Others may want to try something else, such as sniffing a lime or lemon or lighting incense or ginger-scented candles. If there is a particular scent a man finds sensual, he should definitely bring it on.

Taste

As with scents, there are some flavors that have an exciting effect on some men. Knowing what those triggers are can help a guy add whipped cream, fresh oranges or wine to his self-sensual diet. Does his female friend have a favorite food? Adding a little of that taste may make an interesting difference.

Self-pleasuring is an excellent way to explore all the senses - and may lead one to overdoing things a bit. That’s why regularly applying a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is so important. Use of a good crème helps protect against rawness from excessive handling - especially if the crème possesses L-carnitine, a neuroprotective amino acid that helps prevent loss of sensation. The crème also needs to include a combination of Shea butter (a high-end emollient) and vitamin E (an excellent hydrator), so that it can moisturize and soothe away raw male organ skin.

Dry Rubbing and the Death Grip: Self-pleasuring Problems to Avoid

January 17, 2018

When a man is looking for new ways to pleasure himself, he might choose to attempt certain things that aren’t exactly conducive to good member care. Two of the most common self-pleasuring techniques a man might experiment with include the "death grip" and dry rubbing, neither of which bode very well for the good health of a man’s male organ skin. But there is no doubt that in the heat of the moment, each of these techniques can be quite pleasurable. So what’s the problem with trying them out now and then?

Why dry rubbing is a problem

Dry rubbing is exactly what it sounds like: rubbing of the manhood without any sort of creme at all. Though many men produce natural lubrication during self-pleasuring, many men will wipe this away in order to maintain the friction of a dry rubbing technique. Unfortunately, this is one of the worst things a man can do to his male organ skin!

When a man engages in dry rubbing, he is irritating the nerve endings of the manhood. These very sensitive nerve endings might respond in a way that seems pleasurable at first, but that pleasure can mask the damage that is occurring with every stroke. In addition to soreness, redness and small micro-tears that result from dry rubbing, the stroking can cause problems deeper inside, such as minor trauma to the manhood tissue or even the blood vessels that supply blood to the manhood.

The result of those tiny traumas to manhood tissue can be a buildup of scar tissue, which eventually leads to something known as Peyronie’s disease - an abnormal curvature of the manhood that can interfere with sensual activity. Another problem might be tumescence dysfunction as a result of the blood vessels suffering minor damage, over and over, through a long period of time.

But the most common problem with dry rubbing is the damage to the nerve endings. As the male organ skin is roughly handled, it will naturally build up a "callous" of sorts - much like the callous on a person’s feet or hands. This prevents the delicate skin from suffering even more trauma. The calloused skin means that there will be less manhood sensation, which can make every sensual act much less pleasurable. Dry rubbing isn’t worth the loss of manhood sensitivity!

Why the death grip should be avoided

Another problem is the "death grip." This occurs when a man grips the manhood so firmly that it leads to pain, diminished blood flow and much more intense friction, which can in turn lead to the same problems as dry rubbing. The death grip might occur with or without creme; sometimes the creme will give a man a sense of security in holding his manhood in such a tight grip, but the creme won’t actually prevent damage from the intense pressure.

Keep in mind that the death grip can cause even more problems than dry rubbing, especially when it comes to the buildup of scar tissue. A man can easily create many micro-tears, which can lead to internal damage a guy can’t immediately see - but eventually, he will feel the consequences. Rather than take chances, a guy should always use a loose grip when self-gratifying, and use creme to help keep things smooth and moving as they should be.

After a good self-pleasuring session, a man can pamper his male organ skin with a healthy dose of member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Look for a crème that contains L-carnitine, which protects against peripheral nerve damage caused by rough handling, as well as L-arginine for better health of the blood vessels. Male organ skin can benefit greatly from the daily use of Shea butter and vitamin E as well, two ingredients that ensure hydration and keep a man’s favorite tool feeling smooth and supple.

Big Member Size: Tips for the Bedroom

January 17, 2018

Men with a small manhood - or even an average-sized member - may not want to hear this, but even guys with a bigger male organ size can sometimes use some pointers in the bedroom. Being blessed with a large endowment doesn’t always translate to worry-free nights in the bedroom. For one thing, member size doesn’t really affect male organ care, so guys with a big manhood don’t get a break on basic care issues. So for guys who are packing more in the member size department (or for the women who are in bed with them), the following tips may be of use.

- Make pre-coupling your play. Especially early on in a relationship, a woman who is encountering an extra-large member may have concerns about whether she can accommodate so much manliness. In fact, it would be very rare for a man’s member to be of such immensity that a female organ could not receive it - however, whether it can receive it comfortably is another question. That’s why pre-play is of such enormous importance for a manhood of enormous proportions. (In fact, it’s usually of tremendous importance even to men of more modest means.) Taking plenty of time with oral and manual stimulation is crucial, and so is paying attention to sensitive areas beyond the female organ.

- Time her release. One thing to consider and discuss with a partner: would it be preferable for the woman to achieve a release before penetration? The reasoning behind this is that most women’s female organs are at their most relaxed and receptive post-release, so initial insertion may be more easily achieved. Will she have a second release? Possibly, but that is by no means a sure thing. The partners should communicate; if a second release is not likely, the male may wish to refrain from prolonging to avoid causing soreness in the female organ.

- Release seed first. Sometimes it helps for the woman to manually or orally please the male to seed release and then try for an insertion. Many men can achieve a second tumescence (which is generally softer than the first) - and sometimes even without a second full tumescence, there can be enough hardness for a pleasurable experience.

- Creme, creme, creme. Yes, men and women do create natural lubricants, but when dealing with a manhood of impressive size, some assistance may be needed. Do not skimp here.

- Work up to it. Rather than attempt penetration on the first night, suggest working up to it. Spend a few nights using a manhood-shaped replica (or several, in a variety of sizes) to help her prepare for the real thing.

- Get positioned. Until a man is actually in bed with another person, it’s difficult to know what position works best - but in general, missionary and doggy are not thought to be the best positions for big member coupling. Many tips look at woman-on-top positions, as the woman generally has greater control. But it may take several attempts to find the position that works best.

- Listen to her. The most important tip of all: the male should pay attention to what she tells him so that he can stop if something is painful, change positions if necessary, continue with a new angle, etc.

The last of these tips is for men of any member size: keep the organ in good health and use a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to help achieve this goal. The best crème will include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that fights free radicals and the oxidative stress they cause. As well, the crème should include L-carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient that helps prevent loss of sensation from too much rough and aggressive handling of the member.

Shaving Below: Male Organ Skin Care

January 16, 2018

Obviously, guys like to compare themselves to other guys, and that includes the manhood. Whether it’s a quick glance in the locker room or observations from watching adult images, men like to know how they stack up. And one thing such impromptu surveys indicate is that quite a few guys are into midsection shaving. Whether it’s just keeping the midsection bush neatly trimmed or a full-scale shaving of the member and sacks, more and more men are doing it. And assuming a guy takes proper care, it’s not going to create any male organ care issues. That said, dudes who try shaving want to be sure they take proper steps to protect the delicate male organ skin.

Start with a trim

Guys who have (or have had) a beard know that just taking a razor and hacking away at a thick bush of hair is not the best plan. Before getting down to the actual shaving, a guy should trim down that thick bush of hair to about ¼ inch or so. The best way to do this is to use a pair of scissors. Don’t worry about an even trim; just use it to get the majority of the hair down to a manageable length.

Some guys find it awkward to do this standing up. It may be easier to lie down and hold a hand mirror in one hand to help guide along. Men who have grown a significant gut may find lying down helps to expose more of the hair area.

After finishing the bush, use the scissors to carefully trim the hair on the sacks and shaft. Again, at this point a guy is not trying to get shaved down to the skin - just cutting down long hairs that might get caught in a razor and cause an uncomfortable tugging. Again, trimming here can put a guy in awkward positions; using mirrors to see what is what is very helpful.

Pre-soak

After the hair is trimmed to a manageable length, pre-soak the areas to be shaved using warm soap and water. Some men prefer to shave in the shower or bathtub, which has the advantage of keeping the skin moist as he goes along. Since male organ skin is delicate, this is especially recommended.

Lather up

Member skin can be very sensitive, but in most cases uses shaving cream rather than soapy lather is better. Find shaving cream intended for sensitive skin that does not include harsh chemicals or fragrances.

Prep the male organ and shave carefully

There isn’t much hair on the member itself, but what is there can be shaved more easily if the manhood is in a firm state. Be very careful and don’t use a dull razor. For the sacks, using an ice cube or laying them on a cold surface tightens them so that shaving is easier. In both cases, apply as little pressure as possible. Rinse and lather up as necessary to keep the skin smooth and avoid nicks on the manhood and sacks. Take care with the midsection bush, but it is generally not as sensitive as the male organ and sacks.

Take good care after shaving

Use a soft towel to pat (not rub) the manhood and surrounding areas dry. Once all is dry, the skin will then need to be re-moisturized. Shaving and washing can deplete the male organ skin of oils that keep it hydrated.

Male organ skin responds better after shaving if one uses a first level male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) with excellent moisturizing agents. Look for a crème with both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) for best moisturizing results. It also helps if the crème contains a powerful antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, which helps strengthen the skin by fighting excess free radicals.

Does Traction Help a Bent Member?

January 16, 2018

The appearance of a guy’s member can be a matter of great concern to a man. Every guy wants to sport a handsome male organ, and so men may spend time admiring or worrying over their manhood. A frequent concern occurs when the member is curved; a certain amount of curvature may be considered attractive, but when a man has a severely bent member, it may cause anguish. And beyond the physical appearance, a really bent member can be a male organ health issue. When the curvature is extreme enough to cause pain or interfere with sensual functioning, steps may need to be taken to address the issue. One strategy is using a traction device to help lessen the curvature. But is this a medically sound option?

Peyronie’s disease

Often when a bent member is severely affected, a man may be diagnosed with Peyronie’s disease. Named after the doctor who first described the condition, Peyronie’s disease is generally caused when the member experiences trauma or injury. This may be a direct blow to the member, as when a baseball traveling at great speed hits the midsection, or it may come about from the manhood being handled too roughly during sensual activity. In the latter, the condition is likely to result from repeated instances of rough handling.

When the member is injured, a small amount of scar tissue, called plaque, forms as part of the healing process. If the injury is large enough, or if repeated trauma causes more layers of scar tissue to form on top of each other, it can result in curving. This occurs because the plaque lacks the elasticity of regular manhood tissue. So when the member becomes firm, the damaged side of the manhood can’t stretch as far as the other side, causing the organ to bend.

In some cases, this causes pain when the member becomes firm. It also may bring about tumescence dysfunction. If the curvature is severe enough, it may preclude the possibility of sensual activity.

Treatment

In a small number of cases (usually of the milder variety), Peyronie’s goes away without treatment. And in some cases, the degree of curvature is not severe enough to require treatment.

But in other cases, a doctor may recommend a number of treatments. These range from oral medications to injections to surgery. One option sometimes recommended is traction.

Traction

Most treatments for a severely bent member haven’t undergone rigorous clinical trials, so assessing their effectiveness is difficult. But at least one trial involving manhood traction therapy showed promise. Involving 55 men with Peyronie’s disease, the study found an average decrease in curvature of 20 degrees; plaque disappeared in 48% of the patients. And the rate of those unable to achieve penetration fell from 62% to 20%.

For the study, the men used a traction device, often called a male organ extender. The device attaches at the base of the member and again underneath the head. It is then extended, pulling and stretching the manhood. The men in the study were instructed to wear the device for 6-9 hours each day for 6 months.

Based on the results of this study, it seems that traction may be an option for some men with a very bent member. However, there are drawbacks; not all men responded to the treatment, and there is some degree of pain and discomfort associated with member stretching.

Men with Peyronie’s should definitely consult with a doctor to see if they should consider any kind of treatment.

Whether or not using traction to treat a bent member, men should be sure to use a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to keep the manhood in good health. One with vitamin C is especially urged, as this vitamin helps produce collagen, which in turn supports male organ elasticity. Also welcome in a crème is L-arginine, which can help restore manhood sensitivity after rough handling.

Sensual Positions for Different Member Sensation

January 16, 2018

When a man practices expert male organ care, he wants to show off his manhood and everything it is capable of to a willing partner. Mutual pleasure is usually the preferred way of doing this, but sometimes a guy finds that typical sensual positions, such as missionary or doggy, don’t produce the kind of fantastic member sensation he desires (and deserves). If that’s the case, he needs to talk with his partner about expanding the range of sensual positions they use. And why not? Trying something new may open up exciting avenues for the partner as well.

Since every man’s member is different, it’s hard to guess what sensual positions may induce new degrees of member sensation for an individual. Below are a few common and not-so-common positions he may want to explore. A word of caution: some require a certain degree of limberness, so take into consideration any physical obstacles that may make a particular position difficult.

1) Cowgirl. Also known as woman-on-top, in this position, the man lies flat on his back while the woman faces the man, straddles his midsection and lowers herself on his manhood. She may choose to remain sitting straight up or may opt to lean forward or backward while riding up and down. This position is often very helpful for female stimulation.

2) Reverse cowgirl. Essentially the same as the cowgirl, but in this position the woman faces away from her partner.

3) Flying buttress. This is similar to the reverse cowgirl, except that the woman is lying face down, with her legs spread out rather than bent.

4) Kneeling and standing. For this position, the woman kneels on all fours on the edge of the bed; the man stands and enters her from behind, holding onto her hips for support and guidance. Many men report that this induces member sensation in different areas of the organ.

5) Bending woman. The woman kneels on the floor, with her front torso, arms and head on the floor and her hips slightly elevated. The man slides his midsection in so that his member can enter the female organ and his legs spread straight out on either side. He lifts himself up with his arms so no excess weight rests on the woman’s legs and feet. Some say this is especially good for stimulating the underside of the manhood.

6) Butter churn. A position requiring commitment and stamina from the woman, it involves the female lying on her back, then thrusting her body up in the air and bending her knees. The man then mounts her in a sitting position, legs on either side of her body. (He should be careful not to place more than a small amount of weight on the woman.) "Churning butter" in this way often results in deeper penetration.

7) The crab. The man sits with his legs apart and his torso leaning back, resting his weight on his arms. The woman lies down, her weight on her elbows, and opens her legs inside of his. He moves his member inside and the two rock back and forth. This is another position which many claim induces a unique member sensation - and a female organ one as well.

Exploring and alternating sensual positions can keep a couple’s sensual life fresh and invigorating, as well as help increase member sensation. The member will be more receptive if a man already makes daily use of a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . He definitely wants to find a crème with L-carnitine, as this amino acid has neuroprotective properties that can help reduce loss of member sensation, especially due to rough handling. The crème should also include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that helps prevents damage due to oxidative stress.

For the Ladies: How to Spot Manhood Problems

January 12, 2018

When a man is going to bed for the first time with an eager partner, many things are going through his mind. He’s probably quite confident in the fact that he chose great member care leading up to the encounter, and thus has few worries about how his manhood will look and perform. However, a new partner is understandably not as sure, as they are in a position of wanting to enjoy the equipment (and the man attached to it!) while protecting themselves from the potential for socially shared infections.

Therefore, this guide is intended for the ladies - those partners who want to enjoy the new man in their life, whether for a single evening or for a lifetime. In today’s world, no one can be too careful about taking care of their own health. These tips can help ensure that they spot any manhood problems as soon as possible, and thus can help protect themselves.

1) It starts with the attitude. Ensuring good sensual health begins even before the clothes come off. It starts when a woman asks a man about his intimate history and listens carefully to his answers. If a man doesn’t want to talk about it, that’s a big red flag. An answer like that requires a woman to take a step back and reconsider her desire to be with this particular guy.

2) Ensure good lighting. Assuming the vibe is one that satisfies her, a woman should then make sure that any sensual activity is happening in a room with adequate lighting - in fact, natural lighting is best. This allows a woman to look over a man’s equipment as she engages in pre-coupling action, thus giving her an opportunity to inspect the male organ skin for any bumps, warts or other problems that might indicate a health issue.

3) Take the time to explore. As a man gets hard, a woman should pay attention to what’s happening with the member. Manhood problems might present as lesions on the skin, dark bruises, bumps, rashes, warts or anything else that makes a woman feel a little wary of getting too close. If something like that is found, she should feel free to back away from the act and head for the door.

4) Don’t stop with the male organ skin. Though how the skin looks matters, that’s not the only thing that does. She should look around the midsection as well; keep in mind that some problems, such as herpes, might show up in areas near the member, such as the inner thighs or upper rear. She can also look for discharge by sliding her thumb up the shaft to the urethra, looking for drops that might indicate an infection (excluding seed, of course).

5) Always use a barrier protection. No matter how clean and fit a man’s male organ skin looks, covering it up with a latex protection is an absolute must. Many socially shared infections don’t show any signs at all, or might show signs only during times of active outbreaks. Therefore, barrier protections are always the way to go - and if a man refuses to use one, that’s the biggest red flag of all.

If a man wants to present a handsome member that any woman will admire, he should make a point of using a daily member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A crème that contains Shea butter and vitamin E can’t be beat for the hydration. A man can also look to crèmes that contain vitamin A, which fights against the bacteria that can cause undesirable member odor. These ingredients, combined with others that promote good member health, can work wonders for a man who wants to impress his partner.

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When an Itchy Member Comes from a Super Fungus

January 19, 2018

Yeast infections are often thought of as a women’s issue, but they are also common among men and can definitely be a male organ health concern. In men, this infection is commonly called thrush or candidiasis, and it can make for a very, very itchy member. The term candidiasis comes from candida, which is the fungus that causes this yeast infection. But there are several forms of candida, and in recent years there has emerged a form called a super fungus - and not because it stands for truth, justice and the American way.

Candida auris

The medical name for this particular super fungus is candida auris (sometimes called c. auris). The form of candida most commonly causing an itchy member is candida albicans, and it’s a pain all by itself.

When a guy has "regular" thrush, the yeast has spread across a portion of the manhood. Usually this is the head or, if a man is intact, the prepuce, especially underneath it. A rash typically forms, which is not attractive; but the bigger problem is that thrush itches like crazy. (Sometimes the fungus can also appear in the mouth, where it is even more annoying.)

Although thrush is not considered a socially shared infection, it can be passed through coupling. Often a guy will pick it up from an infected partner (or vice versa) and the two may pass it back and forth for some time. Wearing barrier protection can help cut down on the risk of transmission.

While a pest, regular candida can usually be treated fairly easily with oral or local antifungal medications.

Super fungus

But the super fungus version, candida auris, is not as easy to dismiss as regular thrush. An itchy member is the least of a guy’s concerns here - and indeed, the member is one of the less likely sites for this super fungus to strike. Ears and open wounds are more common targets.

Candida auris was first noticed in 2009, and although it is still rare, it is spreading rapidly. In addition to an itch at the infected site, it is possible for the fungus to enter the bloodstream, which can cause serious and even fatal consequences; more than half of those who reach the blood poisoning phase have died.

Beyond itching, fever and chills are common. The fungus is resistant to many forms of antifungal treatment, although the earlier it is caught, the better the response. People with diabetes have an increased chance of contracting it, as do many people in hospital or nursing home settings - especially those with a central venous catheter or who have recently undergone surgery.

Most men with an itchy member are unlikely to have contracted this super fungus; however, if they also experience fever or chills or have other unusual symptoms, they should check with a doctor to determine if there is anything they should do. Checking with a doctor for regular thrush is not a bad idea, either.

The idea of a super fungus that can turn an itchy member into a serious condition is scary - but again, it is still rare. Instead of fretting, a guy should focus more attention of his overall male organ health by daily using a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) Manhood skin can be strengthened by a crème that includes a powerful antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid. This can combat excess free radicals and thereby prevent oxidative damage. It also is beneficial if the crème contains vitamin B5, also called pantothenic acid, a vital nutrient required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

Common Causes of Tumescence Dysfunction

January 19, 2018

Millions of men across the world suffer from tumescence dysfunction. In fact, it’s one of the most common member problems that send a man to the doctor seeking a solution. And there are solutions, fortunately - some of them are as simple as paying more attention to good male organ care, while others require a bit more attention and effort. Understanding the most common reasons for tumescence dysfunction can help a man eliminate his risk factors and avoid the member problems that can result from not being able to get it up.

What causes tumescence dysfunction?

The reasons for tumescence dysfunction can be wide and varied. Some causes stem from medical conditions, which require a doctor’s help to overcome. But in some cases, the issues that lead to tumescence dysfunction and other member problems can be handled by a man on his own.

1) The use of steroids or medications. Many men who seek out the look of a body-building guru might also seek out steroids and other medications that can lead to all sorts of physical problems. Men should always be careful when using medications, even those that are prescribed for them, but they should be especially wary of using steroids and similar medications that they have obtained without a doctor’s note. Unfortunately, some severe cases of long-term use lead to damage that simply cannot be overcome.

2) Severe lack of sensitivity. When a man doesn’t feel the gentle touches that used to excite him, that can lead to an inability to get hard like he used to. Sure, the manhood might still work just fine sometimes, but it can be tough to get the sensations necessary to raise the flagpole at the proper time. A man can fight against the lack of manhood sensation by taking a break from self-pleasuring, using a top-notch male organ health crème on a regular basis and practicing excellent male organ care.

3) Depression. The physical is closely tied to the mental and emotional, and that’s why so many who suffer from depression might also suffer from tumescence dysfunction. The good news is that in this case, as a man gets treatment for depression and related symptoms, he will see his manhood function come back. A man who is dealing with depression should always reach out for help, whether from friends and family or a professional who can help lead him in the right direction.

4) Relationship worries. In some cases, a man who has relationship woes will find that he can’t get it up like he used to with his partner. This can be caused by a huge variety of emotional issues, including guilt, anger, sadness, or worries about pregnancy, infidelity and more. In a case like this, a man must tackle the problem head-on with a heart-to-heart with his partner. This won’t be easy, but it’s necessary for better health.

5) Exhaustion. Any man who has suffered from lack of sleep might have the unfortunate experience of a manhood that simply refused to cooperate when it was time for action. And in fact, some men have experienced exhaustion so deep that the very idea of getting it up is laughable. When a man is far too tired, it’s not only male organ health that is affected, but his overall health as well. A few nights of deep sleep can make him right as rain. But if he finds that sleep is elusive, it might be time to try over-the-counter sleeping medications or visit a doctor for more serious cases.

No matter what the causes of tumescence dysfunction, it’s a good idea to keep the manhood as healthy as possible for the next potential encounter. A man can do that with the use of a great male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . A good crème will contain L-arginine, which enhanced blood flow where it matters most, as well as L-carnitine, which can protect manhood sensation and make it easier for a man to respond to gentle touches.

Deflating a Tumescent Manhood: Sensual Mood Killers to Avoid

January 18, 2018

It’s an all-too-common scenario: A guy and his date are moving steadily toward what promises to be a robust and entertaining bout of sensual activity. Things are going beautifully and the moment of penetration is close at hand when suddenly something unexpected happens - and the mood is ruined. Sometimes the effect is only temporary; other times, a guy might as well zip up and go home, as that tumescent member is done for the night. Yes, sometimes there may be a manhood health issue at play here, but more likely this has been at attack of the mood killers instead.

Mood killers

Sensual mood killers come in a wide range. They can be visual, verbal, aural, olfactory (i.e., involving a scent), physical, mental - just about anything that jars the mood of what had been a very sensual situation.

And, of course, certain mood killers for one person may mean nothing to another - or could even be mood enhancers to someone else, especially where fetishes are concerned. However, there are some experiences that are often mood killers to the majority of the population; here are a few that fall in that category.

- Babying the manhood. Not a news flash: Men can be very sensitive about their members. The vast majority of men want their members to be described in the most effusive manner possible; it’s practically impossible to go too far in assigning manly, powerful attributes to a guy’s favorite body part. But treating the member like a baby and describing it as "cute" or "adorable" or (God forbid) "little" can turn a massively firm manhood into a softie in no time.

- Suggesting a sensual toy. Sensual toys can be a great addition to a couple’s repertoire - but they shouldn’t be suggested when a tumescent manhood is all primed and ready for action. Discuss the idea in advance instead; otherwise, that manhood is liable to think that a lady doesn’t find him up to the job at hand and may decide to sulk about that fact.

- Laughing inexplicably. Hey, sensual activity is fun and there’s no shame in having a good time. But sometimes a partner may laugh at an inopportune moment (such as when a proud manhood is first revealed) and then refuse to say why. Not conducive to a good sensual adventure.

- Going too heavy on perfume. It’s wonderful when a woman wants to smell inviting - but just as men can go too far on the cologne, some women take perfume to the wrong level.

- Playing the wrong music. Musical taste varies widely, and one person’s sensual playlist may be another’s techno nightmare. Until musical tastes are known, silence may be a better option.

- Comparing. It’s natural to compare one lover to another - but doing it to their face during the act itself is probably not a good idea. Even if a woman finds this new man to be a superior lover, it may be wise to keep that news to herself until after the event. Otherwise, a guy may start feeling self-conscious and wonder "Am I still ahead of him? Am I still doing it right?"

Mood killers can create a tumescent manhood fail, so avoiding them is important. Also important for men: keeping that male organ healthy through the regular use of a top notch manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For really prime results, be sure the selected crème includes a wide range of vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E. In addition, find a crème that lists L-arginine among its ingredients. This amino acid helps produce nitric oxide, which in turn helps manhood blood vessels open up to receive increased blood flow.

Self-Pleasuring and the Other Senses

January 18, 2018

Self-pleasuring, for most men, becomes a regular part of their sensual lives early on. Even before they are able to release seed, they are often rubbing and stroking their member and enjoying the sensations this activity brings. And once seed release is added into the mix, it really becomes a pleasure a guy is anxious to return to again and again. As a component of sensual health, it is also part of male organ health, and practice in this area often helps prepare a man for his first partner-based sensual encounters.

However, as frequently as a man may self-stimulate, it’s rare that all his senses are engaged. Frequently, he concentrates only on touch or on touch combined with sight. Yet incorporating all the senses into self-pleasuring can be very rewarding for a man.

Visual animals

Clearly, there’s a reason why touch is the go-to sense where self-pleasuring is involved. Physical stimulation of the manhood (and other sensual zones) is almost always part of self-pleasuring; there are very few men who can spontaneously release seed strictly from exposure to senses other than touch.

And men, we are constantly told, are very much a visual animals (supposedly more so than women), so with the easy availability of adult films online, it’s no wonder that many men exercise their visual senses quite keenly during their self-pleasuring sessions. The visual sensations available are far ranging and can fulfill almost any taste.

Other senses

But that’s no reason to let the other senses - sound, smell and taste - go wanting when self-gratifying. Incorporating these senses into self-play can open up new reactions, which may be especially welcome if self-pleasuring routine has become a little - well, routine.

But how to incorporate the other senses?

Sound

This may be the easiest. For those watching videos on mute, raise the volume and let the auditory experience be added in. But there are other ways of adding sound. For example, many online resources exist which feature audio files for self-fondling. These may be music with a steady beat which features people moaning or gasping, for example. Or it may be recordings of people talking while they self-stimulate or reading sensual stories.

But it may be more worthwhile to go beyond being a passive listener. Instead, a guy can incorporate his own moaning, heavy breathing, comments, mindless blathering, etc. into his self-pleasuring. Many men grow used to being silent while self-fondling so that no one else will know; but if he is alone and doesn’t have to worry, it can be liberating to let it all out vocally while stroking the member.

Smell

Men forget how strong scents can be, so utilizing aromas during self-pleasuring can make it a new experience. Some men like to use their own scent and take a few whiffs from under their arms. Others may want to try something else, such as sniffing a lime or lemon or lighting incense or ginger-scented candles. If there is a particular scent a man finds sensual, he should definitely bring it on.

Taste

As with scents, there are some flavors that have an exciting effect on some men. Knowing what those triggers are can help a guy add whipped cream, fresh oranges or wine to his self-sensual diet. Does his female friend have a favorite food? Adding a little of that taste may make an interesting difference.

Self-pleasuring is an excellent way to explore all the senses - and may lead one to overdoing things a bit. That’s why regularly applying a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is so important. Use of a good crème helps protect against rawness from excessive handling - especially if the crème possesses L-carnitine, a neuroprotective amino acid that helps prevent loss of sensation. The crème also needs to include a combination of Shea butter (a high-end emollient) and vitamin E (an excellent hydrator), so that it can moisturize and soothe away raw male organ skin.

Dry Rubbing and the Death Grip: Self-pleasuring Problems to Avoid

January 17, 2018

When a man is looking for new ways to pleasure himself, he might choose to attempt certain things that aren’t exactly conducive to good member care. Two of the most common self-pleasuring techniques a man might experiment with include the "death grip" and dry rubbing, neither of which bode very well for the good health of a man’s male organ skin. But there is no doubt that in the heat of the moment, each of these techniques can be quite pleasurable. So what’s the problem with trying them out now and then?

Why dry rubbing is a problem

Dry rubbing is exactly what it sounds like: rubbing of the manhood without any sort of creme at all. Though many men produce natural lubrication during self-pleasuring, many men will wipe this away in order to maintain the friction of a dry rubbing technique. Unfortunately, this is one of the worst things a man can do to his male organ skin!

When a man engages in dry rubbing, he is irritating the nerve endings of the manhood. These very sensitive nerve endings might respond in a way that seems pleasurable at first, but that pleasure can mask the damage that is occurring with every stroke. In addition to soreness, redness and small micro-tears that result from dry rubbing, the stroking can cause problems deeper inside, such as minor trauma to the manhood tissue or even the blood vessels that supply blood to the manhood.

The result of those tiny traumas to manhood tissue can be a buildup of scar tissue, which eventually leads to something known as Peyronie’s disease - an abnormal curvature of the manhood that can interfere with sensual activity. Another problem might be tumescence dysfunction as a result of the blood vessels suffering minor damage, over and over, through a long period of time.

But the most common problem with dry rubbing is the damage to the nerve endings. As the male organ skin is roughly handled, it will naturally build up a "callous" of sorts - much like the callous on a person’s feet or hands. This prevents the delicate skin from suffering even more trauma. The calloused skin means that there will be less manhood sensation, which can make every sensual act much less pleasurable. Dry rubbing isn’t worth the loss of manhood sensitivity!

Why the death grip should be avoided

Another problem is the "death grip." This occurs when a man grips the manhood so firmly that it leads to pain, diminished blood flow and much more intense friction, which can in turn lead to the same problems as dry rubbing. The death grip might occur with or without creme; sometimes the creme will give a man a sense of security in holding his manhood in such a tight grip, but the creme won’t actually prevent damage from the intense pressure.

Keep in mind that the death grip can cause even more problems than dry rubbing, especially when it comes to the buildup of scar tissue. A man can easily create many micro-tears, which can lead to internal damage a guy can’t immediately see - but eventually, he will feel the consequences. Rather than take chances, a guy should always use a loose grip when self-gratifying, and use creme to help keep things smooth and moving as they should be.

After a good self-pleasuring session, a man can pamper his male organ skin with a healthy dose of member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Look for a crème that contains L-carnitine, which protects against peripheral nerve damage caused by rough handling, as well as L-arginine for better health of the blood vessels. Male organ skin can benefit greatly from the daily use of Shea butter and vitamin E as well, two ingredients that ensure hydration and keep a man’s favorite tool feeling smooth and supple.

Big Member Size: Tips for the Bedroom

January 17, 2018

Men with a small manhood - or even an average-sized member - may not want to hear this, but even guys with a bigger male organ size can sometimes use some pointers in the bedroom. Being blessed with a large endowment doesn’t always translate to worry-free nights in the bedroom. For one thing, member size doesn’t really affect male organ care, so guys with a big manhood don’t get a break on basic care issues. So for guys who are packing more in the member size department (or for the women who are in bed with them), the following tips may be of use.

- Make pre-coupling your play. Especially early on in a relationship, a woman who is encountering an extra-large member may have concerns about whether she can accommodate so much manliness. In fact, it would be very rare for a man’s member to be of such immensity that a female organ could not receive it - however, whether it can receive it comfortably is another question. That’s why pre-play is of such enormous importance for a manhood of enormous proportions. (In fact, it’s usually of tremendous importance even to men of more modest means.) Taking plenty of time with oral and manual stimulation is crucial, and so is paying attention to sensitive areas beyond the female organ.

- Time her release. One thing to consider and discuss with a partner: would it be preferable for the woman to achieve a release before penetration? The reasoning behind this is that most women’s female organs are at their most relaxed and receptive post-release, so initial insertion may be more easily achieved. Will she have a second release? Possibly, but that is by no means a sure thing. The partners should communicate; if a second release is not likely, the male may wish to refrain from prolonging to avoid causing soreness in the female organ.

- Release seed first. Sometimes it helps for the woman to manually or orally please the male to seed release and then try for an insertion. Many men can achieve a second tumescence (which is generally softer than the first) - and sometimes even without a second full tumescence, there can be enough hardness for a pleasurable experience.

- Creme, creme, creme. Yes, men and women do create natural lubricants, but when dealing with a manhood of impressive size, some assistance may be needed. Do not skimp here.

- Work up to it. Rather than attempt penetration on the first night, suggest working up to it. Spend a few nights using a manhood-shaped replica (or several, in a variety of sizes) to help her prepare for the real thing.

- Get positioned. Until a man is actually in bed with another person, it’s difficult to know what position works best - but in general, missionary and doggy are not thought to be the best positions for big member coupling. Many tips look at woman-on-top positions, as the woman generally has greater control. But it may take several attempts to find the position that works best.

- Listen to her. The most important tip of all: the male should pay attention to what she tells him so that he can stop if something is painful, change positions if necessary, continue with a new angle, etc.

The last of these tips is for men of any member size: keep the organ in good health and use a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to help achieve this goal. The best crème will include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that fights free radicals and the oxidative stress they cause. As well, the crème should include L-carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient that helps prevent loss of sensation from too much rough and aggressive handling of the member.

Shaving Below: Male Organ Skin Care

January 16, 2018

Obviously, guys like to compare themselves to other guys, and that includes the manhood. Whether it’s a quick glance in the locker room or observations from watching adult images, men like to know how they stack up. And one thing such impromptu surveys indicate is that quite a few guys are into midsection shaving. Whether it’s just keeping the midsection bush neatly trimmed or a full-scale shaving of the member and sacks, more and more men are doing it. And assuming a guy takes proper care, it’s not going to create any male organ care issues. That said, dudes who try shaving want to be sure they take proper steps to protect the delicate male organ skin.

Start with a trim

Guys who have (or have had) a beard know that just taking a razor and hacking away at a thick bush of hair is not the best plan. Before getting down to the actual shaving, a guy should trim down that thick bush of hair to about ¼ inch or so. The best way to do this is to use a pair of scissors. Don’t worry about an even trim; just use it to get the majority of the hair down to a manageable length.

Some guys find it awkward to do this standing up. It may be easier to lie down and hold a hand mirror in one hand to help guide along. Men who have grown a significant gut may find lying down helps to expose more of the hair area.

After finishing the bush, use the scissors to carefully trim the hair on the sacks and shaft. Again, at this point a guy is not trying to get shaved down to the skin - just cutting down long hairs that might get caught in a razor and cause an uncomfortable tugging. Again, trimming here can put a guy in awkward positions; using mirrors to see what is what is very helpful.

Pre-soak

After the hair is trimmed to a manageable length, pre-soak the areas to be shaved using warm soap and water. Some men prefer to shave in the shower or bathtub, which has the advantage of keeping the skin moist as he goes along. Since male organ skin is delicate, this is especially recommended.

Lather up

Member skin can be very sensitive, but in most cases uses shaving cream rather than soapy lather is better. Find shaving cream intended for sensitive skin that does not include harsh chemicals or fragrances.

Prep the male organ and shave carefully

There isn’t much hair on the member itself, but what is there can be shaved more easily if the manhood is in a firm state. Be very careful and don’t use a dull razor. For the sacks, using an ice cube or laying them on a cold surface tightens them so that shaving is easier. In both cases, apply as little pressure as possible. Rinse and lather up as necessary to keep the skin smooth and avoid nicks on the manhood and sacks. Take care with the midsection bush, but it is generally not as sensitive as the male organ and sacks.

Take good care after shaving

Use a soft towel to pat (not rub) the manhood and surrounding areas dry. Once all is dry, the skin will then need to be re-moisturized. Shaving and washing can deplete the male organ skin of oils that keep it hydrated.

Male organ skin responds better after shaving if one uses a first level male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) with excellent moisturizing agents. Look for a crème with both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) for best moisturizing results. It also helps if the crème contains a powerful antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, which helps strengthen the skin by fighting excess free radicals.

Does Traction Help a Bent Member?

January 16, 2018

The appearance of a guy’s member can be a matter of great concern to a man. Every guy wants to sport a handsome male organ, and so men may spend time admiring or worrying over their manhood. A frequent concern occurs when the member is curved; a certain amount of curvature may be considered attractive, but when a man has a severely bent member, it may cause anguish. And beyond the physical appearance, a really bent member can be a male organ health issue. When the curvature is extreme enough to cause pain or interfere with sensual functioning, steps may need to be taken to address the issue. One strategy is using a traction device to help lessen the curvature. But is this a medically sound option?

Peyronie’s disease

Often when a bent member is severely affected, a man may be diagnosed with Peyronie’s disease. Named after the doctor who first described the condition, Peyronie’s disease is generally caused when the member experiences trauma or injury. This may be a direct blow to the member, as when a baseball traveling at great speed hits the midsection, or it may come about from the manhood being handled too roughly during sensual activity. In the latter, the condition is likely to result from repeated instances of rough handling.

When the member is injured, a small amount of scar tissue, called plaque, forms as part of the healing process. If the injury is large enough, or if repeated trauma causes more layers of scar tissue to form on top of each other, it can result in curving. This occurs because the plaque lacks the elasticity of regular manhood tissue. So when the member becomes firm, the damaged side of the manhood can’t stretch as far as the other side, causing the organ to bend.

In some cases, this causes pain when the member becomes firm. It also may bring about tumescence dysfunction. If the curvature is severe enough, it may preclude the possibility of sensual activity.

Treatment

In a small number of cases (usually of the milder variety), Peyronie’s goes away without treatment. And in some cases, the degree of curvature is not severe enough to require treatment.

But in other cases, a doctor may recommend a number of treatments. These range from oral medications to injections to surgery. One option sometimes recommended is traction.

Traction

Most treatments for a severely bent member haven’t undergone rigorous clinical trials, so assessing their effectiveness is difficult. But at least one trial involving manhood traction therapy showed promise. Involving 55 men with Peyronie’s disease, the study found an average decrease in curvature of 20 degrees; plaque disappeared in 48% of the patients. And the rate of those unable to achieve penetration fell from 62% to 20%.

For the study, the men used a traction device, often called a male organ extender. The device attaches at the base of the member and again underneath the head. It is then extended, pulling and stretching the manhood. The men in the study were instructed to wear the device for 6-9 hours each day for 6 months.

Based on the results of this study, it seems that traction may be an option for some men with a very bent member. However, there are drawbacks; not all men responded to the treatment, and there is some degree of pain and discomfort associated with member stretching.

Men with Peyronie’s should definitely consult with a doctor to see if they should consider any kind of treatment.

Whether or not using traction to treat a bent member, men should be sure to use a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to keep the manhood in good health. One with vitamin C is especially urged, as this vitamin helps produce collagen, which in turn supports male organ elasticity. Also welcome in a crème is L-arginine, which can help restore manhood sensitivity after rough handling.

Sensual Positions for Different Member Sensation

January 16, 2018

When a man practices expert male organ care, he wants to show off his manhood and everything it is capable of to a willing partner. Mutual pleasure is usually the preferred way of doing this, but sometimes a guy finds that typical sensual positions, such as missionary or doggy, don’t produce the kind of fantastic member sensation he desires (and deserves). If that’s the case, he needs to talk with his partner about expanding the range of sensual positions they use. And why not? Trying something new may open up exciting avenues for the partner as well.

Since every man’s member is different, it’s hard to guess what sensual positions may induce new degrees of member sensation for an individual. Below are a few common and not-so-common positions he may want to explore. A word of caution: some require a certain degree of limberness, so take into consideration any physical obstacles that may make a particular position difficult.

1) Cowgirl. Also known as woman-on-top, in this position, the man lies flat on his back while the woman faces the man, straddles his midsection and lowers herself on his manhood. She may choose to remain sitting straight up or may opt to lean forward or backward while riding up and down. This position is often very helpful for female stimulation.

2) Reverse cowgirl. Essentially the same as the cowgirl, but in this position the woman faces away from her partner.

3) Flying buttress. This is similar to the reverse cowgirl, except that the woman is lying face down, with her legs spread out rather than bent.

4) Kneeling and standing. For this position, the woman kneels on all fours on the edge of the bed; the man stands and enters her from behind, holding onto her hips for support and guidance. Many men report that this induces member sensation in different areas of the organ.

5) Bending woman. The woman kneels on the floor, with her front torso, arms and head on the floor and her hips slightly elevated. The man slides his midsection in so that his member can enter the female organ and his legs spread straight out on either side. He lifts himself up with his arms so no excess weight rests on the woman’s legs and feet. Some say this is especially good for stimulating the underside of the manhood.

6) Butter churn. A position requiring commitment and stamina from the woman, it involves the female lying on her back, then thrusting her body up in the air and bending her knees. The man then mounts her in a sitting position, legs on either side of her body. (He should be careful not to place more than a small amount of weight on the woman.) "Churning butter" in this way often results in deeper penetration.

7) The crab. The man sits with his legs apart and his torso leaning back, resting his weight on his arms. The woman lies down, her weight on her elbows, and opens her legs inside of his. He moves his member inside and the two rock back and forth. This is another position which many claim induces a unique member sensation - and a female organ one as well.

Exploring and alternating sensual positions can keep a couple’s sensual life fresh and invigorating, as well as help increase member sensation. The member will be more receptive if a man already makes daily use of a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . He definitely wants to find a crème with L-carnitine, as this amino acid has neuroprotective properties that can help reduce loss of member sensation, especially due to rough handling. The crème should also include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that helps prevents damage due to oxidative stress.

For the Ladies: How to Spot Manhood Problems

January 12, 2018

When a man is going to bed for the first time with an eager partner, many things are going through his mind. He’s probably quite confident in the fact that he chose great member care leading up to the encounter, and thus has few worries about how his manhood will look and perform. However, a new partner is understandably not as sure, as they are in a position of wanting to enjoy the equipment (and the man attached to it!) while protecting themselves from the potential for socially shared infections.

Therefore, this guide is intended for the ladies - those partners who want to enjoy the new man in their life, whether for a single evening or for a lifetime. In today’s world, no one can be too careful about taking care of their own health. These tips can help ensure that they spot any manhood problems as soon as possible, and thus can help protect themselves.

1) It starts with the attitude. Ensuring good sensual health begins even before the clothes come off. It starts when a woman asks a man about his intimate history and listens carefully to his answers. If a man doesn’t want to talk about it, that’s a big red flag. An answer like that requires a woman to take a step back and reconsider her desire to be with this particular guy.

2) Ensure good lighting. Assuming the vibe is one that satisfies her, a woman should then make sure that any sensual activity is happening in a room with adequate lighting - in fact, natural lighting is best. This allows a woman to look over a man’s equipment as she engages in pre-coupling action, thus giving her an opportunity to inspect the male organ skin for any bumps, warts or other problems that might indicate a health issue.

3) Take the time to explore. As a man gets hard, a woman should pay attention to what’s happening with the member. Manhood problems might present as lesions on the skin, dark bruises, bumps, rashes, warts or anything else that makes a woman feel a little wary of getting too close. If something like that is found, she should feel free to back away from the act and head for the door.

4) Don’t stop with the male organ skin. Though how the skin looks matters, that’s not the only thing that does. She should look around the midsection as well; keep in mind that some problems, such as herpes, might show up in areas near the member, such as the inner thighs or upper rear. She can also look for discharge by sliding her thumb up the shaft to the urethra, looking for drops that might indicate an infection (excluding seed, of course).

5) Always use a barrier protection. No matter how clean and fit a man’s male organ skin looks, covering it up with a latex protection is an absolute must. Many socially shared infections don’t show any signs at all, or might show signs only during times of active outbreaks. Therefore, barrier protections are always the way to go - and if a man refuses to use one, that’s the biggest red flag of all.

If a man wants to present a handsome member that any woman will admire, he should make a point of using a daily member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A crème that contains Shea butter and vitamin E can’t be beat for the hydration. A man can also look to crèmes that contain vitamin A, which fights against the bacteria that can cause undesirable member odor. These ingredients, combined with others that promote good member health, can work wonders for a man who wants to impress his partner.

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