Avoiding Male Organ Injury from Bruisingby John Dugan Owner
The manhood is one of a guy’s most important body parts – indeed, to some it is THE most important one – and so men want to be sure to avoid anything that can result in a male organ injury. One of the most common kinds of male organ injury is that which results from bruising of the organ. Knowing what can cause bruising helps man avoid this male organ injury.
Common reasons for male organ bruising
There is any number of things that can result in bruising to the manhood, including:
- Blunt force. When the member receives a sharp, hard blow of any kind, it can result in bruising – just as such blunt force results in a bruise on any other part of the body. This is a common cause of bruising among athletes, which is why wearing an athletic supporter with a plastic cup is recommended when engaging in heavy duty contact sports. The last thing a guy wants is a line-drive baseball coming into contact with a totally unprotected manhood.
- Priapism. Although men joke about wishing they could stay tumescent for days on end, priapism – a condition in which a man maintains a painful tumescence for four or more hours –is no joke. Priapism can cause serious damage to manhood tissue and result in tumescence dysfunction – as well as in serious bruising. Seeking medical help in cases of priapism is crucial.
- Self-pleasuring. Everyone loves a good self-pleasuring session, but sometimes a guy can get a little too intense with his self-fondling. Using a death grip, ignoring the need for lubrication (and re-lubrication during lengthy self-pleasuring sessions), or slapping or pounding the member may result in an intense release - but it may also leave behind bruising which may take days to heal. Being mindful of how aggressively one is self-stimulating can help prevent this from occurring.
- Partner sensual activity. As with self-pleasuring, engaging in sensual activity that is too rough and/or unlubricated can result in bruising the member. Keeping friction at the right level can help prevent this.
- Injections. Injecting a substance into the manhood can result in trauma and bruising. Sometimes a man may receive an injection under a doctor’s care to help with a tumescence issue. In some instances, the injection may not be done properly (especially if not performed by a qualified medical professional) and in these cases, some bruising may result.
What to do for bruising
So a man gets a male organ injury resulting in bruising. What should he do?
First, if the bruising is severe, he needs to consult a doctor and get expert advice. If the bruising is mild, he may try the following:
Start with making it cool. A cool (but not cold) compress can be applied to the affected area for 15-20 minutes at a time. Don’t use ice; instead, soak a washcloth is cool water and wrap it around the area. Do this for the first day after receiving the injury. If the bruising is still there on day two, switch to using a warm compress. And using over-the-counter pain relievers is also advised.
A male organ injury such as male organ bruising often will also benefit from keeping the member in its best health, so continue to daily use a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The sore skin will want to be soothed, so find one that contains both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrating agent (such as vitamin E). Male organ skin also needs to be strengthened, so find a crème that includes a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid. This will help to fight free radicals and limit damage due to oxidative stress.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. 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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