There are some magic words that get a man hot and bothered pretty quickly, and two of the most powerful in that regard are "oral sensual activity." Sure, guys tend to like many other kinds of sensual activity as well, often more than oral sensual activity. But there’s still something special about the mouth-to-member brand of engagement that holds a special place for a man. (It also helps inspire him to keep an eye on his male organ health, since no partner wants to be an unhygienic manhood in their mouth.) Sometimes, however, there can be a downside to oral sensual activity - male organ pain resulting from a willing but inexperienced partner. |
The following are tips for those who may be offering oral sensual activity to their men and to men to help them guide partners past some of these potential causes of unintended male organ pain.
There’s probably not an adult alive who doesn’t know that teeth can be a tricky business when it comes to performing oral sensual activity on a male organ. Although some members enjoy a little toothy nibble, for the most part it’s best to try to keep the teeth from scraping the manhood. It may look sturdy but it’s actually very sensitive to touch, after all. And if a person has braces, this can be an especially difficult situation. Best advice if an oral sensual activity performer is laden with braces: cover the manhood in a latex protection before getting down to work.
Don’t get too spicy.
Men absolutely love the way a mouth feels on their member- but that can change in an instant if that mouth has too recently savored some spicy mustard or too much hot sauce. When strong spices linger on the tongue, they can get transferred to the manhood - and the thin, delicate male organ skin will deliver those spices right to the nerve sensors that make sensual activity so enjoyable for a man. The fiery sensation is not pleasant. Brushing and/or using mouthwash after eating a spicy dinner can help avoid this particular form of male organ pain.
Watch the herpes.
Some social diseases, such as oral herpes, can be transmitted during oral sensual activity, which can result in another form of male organ pain. By the same token, some social diseases can be passed from the manhood to the partner during oral sensual activity as well. Avoiding sensual activity during a herpes outbreak is advised; at the least, using a latex protection is recommended.
Don’t spread an illness.
When a partner has a contagious illness - not a social disease, but a cold, flu, etc. - they can spread tons of germs by orally pleasing their partner. Again, using a latex protection is a wise idea - and just not agreeing to oral sensual activity until feeling better makes even more sense.
It may sound strange, but even when the member is covered by a mouth, it can get a little dried out. Taking a break to add saliva or another lubricant to the organ can help to avoid male organ pain due to rawness.
Some men are so desirous of oral sensual activity that they don’t mind experiencing male organ pain in the heat of the moment - but may regret it later. Things will go better if the member is already in good health, thanks to the daily application of a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Sometimes the manhood loses some much-needed sensation due to male organ pain, so a crème with L-carnitine is best. L-carnitine is neuroprotective and helps restore lose sensitivity. The crème should also include a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid. This helps ward off excess free radicals which cause oxidative damage, weakening and damaging male organ skin.
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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