Male Organ Protection: Latex Protection Is Still Needed

by John Dugan Owner

The horrific rise of HIV in the 1980s decimated many communities and destroyed many lives. To help prevent the spread of HIV, however, many more people became much more conscientious about using latex protection to provide male organ protection – as well as protection that extends beyond male organ health. Many doctors and public health professionals are concerned that nowadays, with advances made in treatment for HIV and AIDS, that latex protection use is slipping. But there’s still a great need for men to use latex protection rather than engage in unprotected non-monogamous partner sensual activity.

New developments

Antiretroviral therapies are now available that can help to treat an individual with HIV, although these treatments cannot cure HIV. However, they are helping many people with HIV to live much longer lives. In addition, there now is a pre-exposure prophylaxis option, which can be used by individuals without HIV to drastically reduce the possibility of them contracting AIDS.

Both of these developments are incredibly important and have changed the lives of millions of people. However, because of these changes, some men feel that there is less need to use latex protections when coupling. That’s simply not the case.

Other issues

First, pre-exposure prophylaxis does not have a 100 percent success rate (although its success rate is very high), so the possibility of contracting HIV does still exist. (To be accurate, use of latex protection also does not have a 100 percent success rate.) But of equal importance, there are many other social diseases other than HIV that a man might need to worry about. By not using latex protection, men are making it much more likely that they will contract one of these other social diseases (and potentially pass it on to other partners as well).

Among the social diseases that one is less likely to contract if one regularly uses latex protection are classics that most people have at least heard of, such as gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, and chlamydia. But there are others that are perhaps a little less well known, such as:

Trichomoniasis, which is caused by a parasite and may cause significant pain in the manhood, especially when urinating or releasing seed. It is especially concerning in pregnant women, as it can lead to early births.

- Midsection warts, the appearance of which tends to put off many partners. These may itch and/or bleed, and may cause some discomfort.

- Midsection lice and scabies, tiny parasites that can cause serious itching and that can lead to infection if not treated. Wearing latex protection helps prevent the spread of these parasites; however, they can still be passed on by skin-to-skin contact of unprotected areas (such as the sacks or the midsection).

One other thing to remember: Although most social diseases are passed on through unprotected skin-on-skin sensual contact, it is possible for an infection to spread from shared use of sensual toys, such as a vibrator. Using latex protection and/or sterilizing sensual toys before they are used by another can help reduce the chance of spreading social diseases in this manner.

Many people feel that there is such a stigma attached to social diseases that they’d rather not know if they have one. This is dangerous not only to themselves but to any sensual partners they have. Though a social disease diagnosis can be scary, it is much better to know and get early treatment than to not know.

Using latex protection is a great start, but good male organ protection requires more, such as efforts to maintain optimal male organ health. One way to help achieve this goal is via daily use of a first rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For best results, peruse labels and choose an oil that contains the essential vitamins, A, B5, C, D, and E, which benefit from topical application. In addition, the oil should contain L-arginine, an amino acid that plays a role in helping blood vessels to expand for better blood flow.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male member sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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