Sporting a red member can be a cause of pride or concern. When a man’s male organ health is good, his firm member often has a red hue due to the blood that rushes in and fills the organ. But sometimes a red manhood is due to a rash, an allergy, or any number of other causes. One of the more mysterious and unusual (and thankfully rare) causes? An allergy to his own male seed. And what’s worse, that allergy may produce more than just a red member. |
Male seed allergy
It has been known for some time that some women may be allergic to a man’s male seed (or to the male seed of a specific man or men). For such women, when a man releases into their female organ or onto other parts of the body, she can develop a rash or itchiness. Burning and swelling is not uncommon; in some cases, a woman may break out in hives or even develop problems with breathing. It can become quite serious.
However, information on male seed allergy in men is more limited. It was first described in 2002 and given the name POIS. As with women, the expulsion of male seed from the manhood in men with POIS may result in an irritated, red member or in a manhood rash. Itching is not uncommon, and swelling is also a factor for some men.
However, men with POIS are also likely to develop symptoms and issues that go beyond the manhood area. A flu-like condition is frequently found post-seed release in men with POIS. Their eyes may get red and itchy, their nose is likely to run, and sneezing may ensue. In addition, they tend to get feverish and experience a significant level of fatigue - bed rest is often called for.
For most men with POIS, the reactions can occur whether seed release is achieved through self-stimulation or through partner sensual activity.
In most cases, it appears the allergic reaction is due to a protein found in male seed to which the body develops an autoimmune response. But it’s interesting to note that men with this reaction do not necessarily have it their whole lives.
For example, a guy may self-pleasure quite happily as a teenager and enjoy many forms of partner sensual activity before developing POIS. It can occur early on in the teen years or not show up until much later in life.
What is perhaps even more interesting is that the allergic reaction only occurs after male seed has been released. While the male seed is stored in the body, or if a man experiences sensual activity without releasing seed, there is no reaction to the presence of the male seed.
Since the exact cause of the response is unknown, treating a male seed allergy can be difficult. One course of treatment proven effective for many men is building immunity to it. This typically occurs by having a doctor inject a diluted form of male seed into the body over a lengthy period of time. As the process goes along, the male seed becomes less diluted.
Other doctors recommend using anti-inflammatories (as prescribed by an allergy specialist) before or after sensual activity to possibly reduce the development of post-release symptoms.
A male seed allergy is not the only cause of a red member, of course. When that redness is accompanied by irritation or dryness, use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) may be appropriate. A man should inspect the ingredients list on any crème he considers and make sure it contains potent moisturizing ingredients to soothe the skin. Shea butter (a high-end emollient) and vitamin E (a natural hydrator) are ideal and work together to form a moisture lock. Thinning male organ skin can also make the red member more painful, so find a crème that includes alpha lipoic acid. This antioxidant fights the free radicals that can cause manhood skin to grow thin.
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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