Men who are active in the bedroom - whether with a partner or themselves - know that maintaining supreme manhood health is important for ultimate sensual enjoyment. It’s not unusual for a man to spend time examining his manhood for signs of potential health issues that may need to be addressed. Looking for spots, rashes, lumps, etc. or sniffing for signs of unwanted odor are all part of the investigative process. But sometimes men may neglect to inspect another important component of the sensual process which can hold clues to potential issues - the male seed. |
Male seed is a truly vital fluid, one of the primary components of impregnation. But on a more day-to-day basis, male seed is more readily associated in men’s minds as a symbol of sensual fulfillment and manliness. The fact that it can be a health measure merely adds to its importance in a man’s life.
Not just a game
Many men, perhaps especially as adolescents, have indulged in a game of seeing how far they can release seed. Whether done solo or with other males, a man often feels a source of pride when his male seed travels a far distance during self-stimulation. (For the record, the average distance male seed tends to travel is between 7 and 10 inches.)
Yet that game can also be a good way of monitoring member health. It pays for a man to have a benchmark of what his normal male seed travel distance is. If he goes through a period where that distance is consistently lower than his average, it may be a sign of a manhood health issue. Distance diminishment by itself may not be a major issue, but if there are other signs of change, a guy may want to bring this to the attention of his urologist.
Color and consistency
The color and consistency of a man’s male seed are also barometers of potential member health issues.
- Thickness. Male seed tends to be fairly thick, but that can be affected by how much water or other liquids a man drinks. Thinness of the male seed is rarely a cause for concern, but chunkiness can be. If a man is not well hydrated, small chunks or lumps may appear in the male seed - and he needs to up his fluids intake. If he is well-hydrated and still has chunkiness, it’s best to consult a doctor; sometimes this may mean that a man’s male hormone levels are a bit off.
- Red or brown male seed. Male seed is naturally a whitish or white-grayish color. Sometimes it may appear reddish or brownish. This is often a sign that there is some blood mixed in with the male seed. This may mean a blood vessel developed a small rupture; if it heals itself, the color change will go away quickly. However, if it persists for several days, or is accompanied by a burning feeling, it may be a sign of an infection. A visit to the doctor is a good idea for confirmation and treatment options.
- Greenish male seed. Green is not a typical color for male seed, and when the male seed takes on this tinge it is often a sign of a social disease. Men with greenish male seed should definitely see a doctor to obtain a diagnosis and begin treatment if a social disease is present.
Though male seed can point the way to some potential member health issues, it’s advisable to always use a superior manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) simply to keep the member accessible to the best possible health conditions. A crème that includes acetyl L carnitine, which is neuroprotective, can help defend against loss of sensation from rough, aggressive sensual activity. And if the crème also contains vitamin A, that manhood will benefit from antibacterial properties that help fight unwanted male organ odor. The man who uses a proper manhood health crème is doing his member a big favor.
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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