One of the best reasons for maintaining really good member health is to lessen the chance of experiencing male organ pain. The manhood is a very sensitive organ, after all, and it tends to react in an extreme way to pain. And it’s easier to keep the member healthy when a guy knows about a wide range of possible male organ pain issues. One of the lesser known of these is something with the jaw-breaking name of manhood dysaesthesia. |
The name manhood dysaesthesia doesn’t mean much to most men, but for those who know their Greek, it’s easy to understand. That difficult third part of the name comes from two Greek words, "dys" and "aesthesis." The former means "abnormal" and the latter means "sensation," so when you put it all together, manhood dysaesthesia describes an abnormal pain in the member (and/or sacks).
In addition to male organ pain, a guy with this condition will often experience redness in the area - but it’s the pain that is the dominating factor. It most often presents as a burning or stinging sensation, and it makes the manhood (and/or sacks) feel extremely sensitive to touch.
Needless to say, with such extreme sensitivity, a guy doesn’t feel like having sensual activity (with himself or anyone else), and so this condition can put a huge damper on a guy’s intimate life. But the pain often goes beyond that. In some cases, it can be so severe that the touch of underwear against the member is painful. Even sitting down may be uncomfortable.
This all comes about due to problems with the nerves in the area. They become highly overactive, developing a keen sensitivity to even the slightest brush. In addition, the nerves release vascular (heart-related) activating substances, which seem to account for the redness of the member and sacks.
But what makes all this come about? Doctors believe it is one (or more) of three factors. First, many men get manhood dysaesthesia because their father or other ancestors had it. There does seem to be a genetic basis for many of the cases of the condition.
Second, this extreme male organ pain often is the result of spinal cord or back problems. The spinal cord is the nervous system’s pathway, so injuries here can have repercussions at various points throughout the body. And finally, sometimes the condition results due to the use of corticosteroid creams.
The severity of the condition (and perhaps a man’s genetic makeup) has a lot to do with what treatments to use and how quickly such treatments are effective. Many are simple lifestyle changes, such as wearing boxers rather than briefs, using gentle cleansers, using moisturizing cream, etc. Cold compresses applied regularly help to soothe the male organ pain.
Often some form of medication is needed to resolve the issue. In addition to various crèmes, doxycycline, tricyclic medication or anticonvulsants may be prescribed.
Although any man of any age can come down with manhood dysaesthesia, it is more common among older Caucasian men with fair skin.
The male organ pain that comes with manhood dysaesthesia can be excruciating. Working to keep the member in good overall health can be one way to diminish the impact of this condition, so make a first class member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) part of a daily member health routine. The best crèmes come with gentle but highly effective moisturizers, such as Shea butter and vitamin E. They also should include vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, which is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy manhood tissue. And finally, look for a crème with vitamin A, which has anti-bacterial properties that can be enormously beneficial.
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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