Guys grow out of a lot of things, but an itchy member occurs throughout a man’s lifetime. Make no mistake: Practicing expert manhood care can definitely make a huge difference in how often a dude needs to scratch his midsection, but even guys in perfect male organ health still have the occasional itch to contend with. |
When a guy is at home and alone, there’s no problem; he can scratch away to his heart’s content. But when an itchy member strikes - as it so often does - at work, at a party, or on a date, what can a person do to cover up the fact that his hand is making contact with his member?
Quite a few things, actually. The following are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg when it comes to ways for a dude to disguise the fact he is tending to his itchy member.
- Hang on to his jacket. If a guy has been itching a lot lately, it behooves him to hang on to his jacket when he enters a house. He should take the jacket off and hold it in his hands. If the itch shows up, use one hand to move the jacket in front of the midsection and slyly scratch with the other, which is hidden from view. This works best when a guy has learned to scratch simply by opening and closing his palm, rather than having to use his entire arm to move the hand back and forth.
- Look for the phone or the car keys. Keeping items in the front pocket makes giving the manhood a scratch much easier. As the need to scratch nears, a guy starts fumbling around in his pockets, mumbling about checking to see if he has his keys or how his phone is getting a text. Of course, he’s really just moving his fingers into position to give his manhood some much-needed itch relief.
- Make for a tight spot. A crowded room can make it easier to get in some quick scratching. How? By giving a guy the chance to rub his member against a piece of furniture, like a high-backed chair or the back of a sofa. The idea is to find a piece of furniture about waist high that has a number of people around it. Then cross over and squeeze between the people and the piece of furniture - with the midsection aimed at the furniture, of course. (Rubbing the member against another person simply to scratch it is not appropriate - unless, of course, this is a sensual game that two consenting adults enjoy.)
- Pet the dog. If a nearby dog is tall enough, it’s easy for a man to kneel down to pet him. With the dog blocking other people’s view, the man can get in a quick scratch himself while scratching behind Fido’s ears.
- Take a spill. Spilling something on the midsection is embarrassing, but not as much as scratching it. If the need to scratch is intense, a man can easily pretend to spill his drink on his midsection, then take a napkin and scratch himself while pretending he’s blotting and rubbing the liquid away.
Of course, what’s best is to not have an itchy member that needs a scratch in the first place. Regular application of a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help maintain male organ health and thereby decrease the likelihood of an itch. Many itches are due to dry manhood skin, so using a crème with both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) can keep the skin nice and moisturized. Aging, thin male organ skin is also prone to itching, so select a crème with alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that can fight the free radicals that cause such damage to the 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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