Just as a male peacock shows off his gorgeous plumage to attract a mate, so too did men like to exhibit a good-looking member for partners and prospective partners. Practicing good male organ health enables a man to keep his equipment looking attractive and appealing. Sometimes, of course, even when paying proper attention, a guy develops something like dry manhood skin or a male organ rash which mars his otherwise fine looking specimen of manhood. Knowing possible causes of member blemishes and how to treat them helps a man be prepared. Therefore, the more information a man has, the better off he is - which is why it’s helpful for a man to know that sometimes exposure to Birth Control Liquids may account for a male organ rash. |
What does Birth Control Liquids do?
Just as a pesticide rids attacks and kills pests that can damage a plant, so does Birth Control Liquids attack and destroy male seed. Now, men are justifiably fond of their male seed, but when engaging in sensual activity for purely recreational purposes and without the intention of siring a child, they do like to take steps to ensure that pregnancy doesn’t occur. Incorporating Birth Control Liquids with other forms of birth control, including latex protections, is adding an extra layer of pregnancy protection.
Often the Birth Control Liquids may be a foam, gel or cream that is used typically by the female partner. Many latex protections come lubricated with a Birth Control Liquids. The most common Birth Control Liquids is called nonoxynol-9 (or N-9), which attacks male seed membranes and basically immobilizes them.
There is some debate as to whether adding a Birth Control Liquids to a latex protection increases pregnancy-prevention. Some doctors believe it provides a "back-up," so that if the latex protection leaks or breaks, and male seed gets out, the Birth Control Liquids can then "finish off" the male seed. Others believe that there is a lack of scientific evidence to back this up.
One negative is that the presence of a Birth Control Liquids on a latex protection shortens the latex protection’s shelf life. It’s also important to realize that Birth Control Liquids does not provide any protection against social diseases.
Male organ rash
And, of course, there are some people who are allergic to nonoxyonol-9 and other Birth Control Liquidss. If a guy wears a Birth Control Liquids-coated latex protection, he may later develop a male organ rash which can range from light and largely invisible to nasty and incredibly itchy. Most of the time, the male organ rash is red or pink lesions, but in rare cases the lesions may become blisters, which can be quite painful and can limit one’s sensual activity significantly. In extremely rare cases, a dangerous reaction involving chest tightness and wheezing can occur, which would require emergency treatment.
Discontinuing use of Birth Control Liquids is the first step in treating it. Washing the area with a gentle cleanser can help, to remove all lingering traces of the Birth Control Liquids. Sometimes an antihistamine can help if the itching is unbearable. The manhood skin will need to be kept well hydrated, especially as it heals from the effects of the Birth Control Liquids. If the male organ rash is severe or painful, consulting a dermatologist is advised.
When Birth Control Liquids from a latex protection brings about a male organ rash, it can help to have on hand a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . It’s even better if a man has been using that crème consistently, as the better the general male organ health, the more likely it is that the male organ rash will respond to moisturization quickly. The best crème will have a combination of moisturizers, such as a high end emollient (shea butter is excellent) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E). In addition, a creme with a potent antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid will provide delicate member skin with a layer of protection against excess free radicals and the oxidative stress they cause which can delay restoration of healthy manhood skin.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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