Any time a guy is in the buff, he wants to make sure he’s presenting a handsome male organ to any watchers - whether that’s one special person in the bedroom or a crowd of potential onlookers at a clothing optional beach. Part of maintaining a handsome male organ, of course, is taking pains to practice good manhood health - because a healthy member is by definition a more handsome one. And regular check-ups with a doctor, whether for general health or any male member-specific matters, are required to keep the manhood in its best shape. |
But when making those doctor visits, are there things a guy needs to do to "prep" himself and his manhood? Absolutely. And the following are tips to keep in mind in that area.
Do a thorough wash. This is both for the dude himself and for his doctor, who doesn’t relish the idea of handling a member that hasn’t seen a shower in a couple of days. Guys should always make sure their member and sacks are clean, period. But before a doctor visit, he especially wants to be sure that there’s no lingering odor from too much sweat, dried seed, etc. And it can be very embarrassing for a doctor to roll back a man’s prepuce during a male organ examination and find a layer of coagulated fluids underneath the hood.
Do a pre-examination. Before the doctor visit, a man should take time to feel around his member and sacks - not in a self-pleasuring sense, but in order to check for any lumps, bumps etc. He should also do a visual check for any rashes, discoloration, etc. It’s a good idea to use a mirror for this, so that the underside of the sacks can be viewed as well. He should make a note of anything that might need to be brought to the doctor’s attention.
Take it for a trial run. If a guy hasn’t had sensual activity - whether with a partner or with himself - for a substantial length of time, he should self-pleasure the night before seeing the doctor. There are two reasons for this. First, he can make sure there are no sensual function problems that need to be addressed. Second, some men worry about getting tumescent while a doctor is examining them, and would be especially embarrassed if the doctor’s handling of the member resulted in a release of male seed. By self-gratifying in advance, he lowers the chances of this occurring. (Those who are especially concerned about this situation occurring may opt to self-stimulate closer to the time of the doctor visit.)
Make a list of any questions/concerns. If a man has any concerns specifically related to his member, he should list them. These may be sensual in nature (e.g., difficulty maintaining tumescence, premature or prolonged male seed release, etc.) or physical/cosmetic (e.g., rashes, redness, swelling, bending, strong odor, etc.). Writing them down will help ensure he doesn’t forget them. If there’s a problem, list all pertinent details. For example, if there is a pain in the manhood, list how long it has been a problem, the level of the pain, when/how often the pain occurs, where in/on the member it occurs, and the like.
Use a crème. A handsome male organ benefits from regular use of a first rate manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) , especially before a doctor visit. It is best to choose a crème that can provide a wide range of vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D and E; the fact that the crème is applied topically enables these vitamins to more directly target their benefits to the member. The wise man also makes sure the crème includes L-arginine. This amino acid is part of the process whereby nitric oxide is produced, which in turn helps keep manhood blood vessels open and flowing.
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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