Most men who have manhood warts absolutely do not want to talk about the problem. It's unsightly, scary and more than a little embarrassing. Keeping the issue under wraps seems wise. But one man, who will be referred to as Andy, was willing to discuss his problem. He had a terrible case of bumps, but specific male organ care steps resolved the issue for him. Here's what happened. |
"The whole problem began when I started seeing a new girlfriend," Andy says. "She told me that she had a problem with bumps down there, and I saw one or two when things got heated up, but I went ahead anyway. I figured I was healthy and it wouldn't matter."
"Boy, was I wrong," Andy says. "Within just a few weeks, I had lumps and bumps that were just as bad as hers, or worse. I felt so dumb that I hadn't protected myself better."
"When I found out that a social disease was causing these things, I was just beside myself with anger and worry," Andy says. "And I didn't want to do any of the treatments my doctor recommended. Burning them off? No thank you. I decided to just watch and wait, and see if they would go away."
Living with Warts
Andy took a very reasonable approach to his warts, as many cases of the human papilloma virus (HPV) that cause manhood lumps do go away with time. The immune system learns to recognize the virus as an invader, and when that happens, all the bumps a man might have can disappear. But it might take a long time for the virus to clear.
"Waiting was the worst thing in the world for me," Andy says. "I had split up with my girlfriend, so I didn't have a regular intimate partner, but I didn't want to go out and find somebody new, either. I didn't want to give this to anyone else."
"Plus, the bumps were just gross," Andy says. "My whole lap looked like it had barnacles on it. Lumps and bumps were everywhere, and I couldn't stand it. Sometimes, it made me really depressed to even be naked."
"I checked in with my doctor regularly, and we both kept an eye on the warts," Andy says. "Every time I went in for an appointment, my doctor reminded me that I could get the things taken off. But I just wasn't ready to do that quite yet."
If Andy had wanted to treat his warts, he could have used therapies that:
- Trigger the immune system to work faster
- Burn off the warts at skin level
- Cut out the warts at the root
- Freeze the warts off at skin level
But in a few weeks, his warts did go away.
"I would advise men like me to go see their doctors for help, even if they don't want to have treatments done," Andy says. "Apparently, some of these warts can cause cancer, so a doctor should really be in charge of things. I'm glad that didn't happen to me!"
Andy emerged healthy and happy, but he also learned a few important lessons.
"For starters, I listen to my partners a little better," Andy says. "If they tell me that they have bumps, we don't go further. It's just that simple. And I always tell them about my history, just in case they don't want to be with me. I feel that being honest is extremely important."
Andy also uses a male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) every day to keep his skin as soft and smooth as it can be. There's no virus protection in such a product, but it can help to boost overall member health in terms of skin condition, sensitivity and circulation.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. 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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