According to pretty much every man in the world, there is no pain like the pain possible from a sore male organ. It can be distracting, make a man extra sensitive and emotional, and can cause things like lost sleep, difficulty walking, and a sabbatical from all kinds of activities. Thankfully, a sore male organ is a fairly common thing and not something to be alarmed about in most cases. This article covers five common causes of a sore male organ, how to make the pain go away, and how to prevent it in the future. |
1) Bad Hygiene - One of the foremost culprits when it comes to a sore male organ is nothing more than poor hygiene. Men who take a day or three off from basic washing and grooming each day are more likely to suffer some redness, irritation, or worse after a film of sweat, dirt, and bodily fluids build up on and under the skin. The skin can then get inflamed and itchy and soreness can make way for actual pain. Cleanse immediately with warm water and a gentle motion until all of the dirt, debris, and smegma are gone. Apply a male organ health crème to promote healing. Vow to improve hygiene habits going forward.
2) Overuse - It’s the most fun cause for pain - overuse. Whether it’s too much self-gratification or a particularly vigorous weekend with a lover, when a member gets a lot of exercise, it ends up quite sore just like any other muscle. The best way to cope is to use some pain reliever and give it a rest until it is pain-free. Some men also find a warm (not hot) bath can also soothe the overworked member.
3) Allergies - Allergic reactions can make the male organ very red, irritated, and sore, and can often be accompanied by a rash. Allergies can be to anything from laundry detergent to latex barriers to something out in the woods. See a doctor to perform an allergy test so that potential allergens can be avoided in the future. Usually a cortisone cream and some "airing out" can help an allergic reaction. If experiencing extreme pain or swelling, seek medical help immediately.
4) Psoriasis or eczema - Men who have psoriasis or eczema on other parts of their bodies may also develop symptoms on the male organ. Follow treatment as directed by a medical professional. It’s also been noted that crèmes with vitamins A and E can help.
5) Urethritis - Urethritis is a condition where the urethra, which is the tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside the body, becomes inflamed and irritated. Male fluid also passes through the urethra. This inflammation is caused by foreign bacteria. In addition to pain and swelling, there can also be pain while urinating and a frequent urge to urinate. Urethritis is also sometimes a symptom of a partner-transmitted infection. Treatment includes either antibiotics or antiviral medication.
How to Prevent Member Pain
When it comes to preventing member pain, a little consistency goes a long way. Exercise the muscle frequently but be mindful of how hard and often it’s used and give it a rest from time to time. Also, be sure to practice safe intimacy and talk to an intimate partner about their history.
Establish good hygiene habits when it comes to the male organ. Wash the area regularly with a gentle cleanser and a thorough eye. Then apply a specially formulated male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to the member. These special crèmes contain natural moisturizers like Shea butter, and are rich in vitamins like A, B, C, D, and E, leaving the skin strong and supple.
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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