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.
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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