This is a question that a guy should stop and ask himself everyday: How’s my male organ odor? Most people become acclimated to the smells from their own body, and so a guy can develop a terrible male organ odor without always realizing it. Often, that male organ odor comes from a specific male organ health issue, but other times it may be a sign of another issue. For example, in some cases, a strong male organ odor could indicate that the body’s live is not functioning the way that it’s supposed to. |
Male organ odor happens
Normal, everyday male organ odor is something that affects most men, even those who practice good hygiene and take steps to fight it. And normally most such men succeed, either eliminating male organ odor or keeping it at a minimum so that it doesn’t become an issue for their partners (or anyone else, for that matter.) They wash the manhood regularly, using soap and water; they air it out for a couple of hours (or more) every day; they change their underwear regularly and try to wear underwear that is loose fitting rather than snug, which can cause an increase in sweat.
But there are times when such tactics don’t work, such as when the odor is being caused by a problem with the liver.
About the liver
Everyone has heard of the liver but does everyone know exactly what it is or what it does? Or even where it is?
So – the liver is one of the most important organs in the body (yes, even more important than the member, if less of a party animal). It’s the biggest solid organ in the whole body, weighing about 3 pounds and being around the size of a football. It is nestled in the right upper part of the stomach, although part of it extends over into the left side as well.
Alright, the liver is a big guy, but what does it do? Basically it takes the blood in the body and filters it, removing toxins or harmful substances and separating out vitamins, nutrients, and minerals. It also decides whether to break down fats and release the energy in them or to store the fats for future use.
But wait there’s more. This busy organ also plays a big role in fighting infection, blood clotting, storing surplus blood sugar, and breaking down red blood cells that have come to the end of their cycle.
The liver and male organ odor
It’s easy to see now why the liver is important, but what can it have to do with unwanted male organ odor?
Basically, the liver is just as vulnerable to disease or illness as any other part of the body. There are any number of factors which can inhibit it from functioning properly. It may be as simple as a virus or as serious as liver cancer. But often when function is being interfered with, the liver starts releasing toxins through the body’s sweat glands that have a strong and pungent aroma, in many cases like rotten eggs.
This smell can occur anywhere on the body with sweat glands, including the member. So if a man notices his manhood has taken on a new and decidedly unpleasant male organ odor, it is possible it may be due to a liver issue – and he should at least bring it to the attention of his doctor, so that the doctor may determine next steps.
When male organ odor strikes, whether from liver or other issues, using a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) may be helpful – if the oil contains vitamin A, that is. Vitamin A has proven anti-bacterial properties which can in many cases neutralize unwanted male organ odor. The best oil should also contain moisturizers such as vitamin E and shea butter to keep manhood skin from drying and cracking – and providing odor-causing bacteria with a place to hide in those cracks.
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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