Healthy Member Tips: Avoiding Manhood Blistersby John Dugan Owner
When a man wants to maintain a healthy member, he naturally looks for ways to avoid some of the most common male organ problems. Manhood blisters might not be that common, but they are certainly an issue that requires addressing in order to maintain the best male organ health possible. Here’s what a man needs to know about manhood blisters, including how to avoid them and how to treat them.
What are manhood blisters?
Manhood blisters can be frightening to see on a guy’s favorite equipment. They are just what they sound like – blisters, of the same nature that a person might get on their feet after walking for a long distance in ill-fitting shoes. They might be red or skin-tone. Some are filled with fluid while others appear more firm. They can open up to present red sores, just as a typical blister would. And they can hurt as well, especially when touched by anything, even the lightest touch of very soft underwear or a gentle stream of water in the shower.
What causes them?
There are can be many causes of manhood blisters. Here are some of the most common.
1) Rough handling. Whether self-gratifying too vigorously or coupling with no creme, a guy can easily develop manhood blisters and other male organ problems through simple friction. Rough handling is probably the top reason a man develops any sort of manhood blister, so it behooves the man who wants a healthy member to invest in a good lubricant.
2) Socially shared infections. These infections often present with a variety of red flags that point to a serious problem, such as manhood blisters, discharge and pain. Herpes and syphilis are the two biggest culprits, but others can cause blisters as well. It’s important for all sensually active men to get checked for infections and diseases on a regular basis.
3) Skin infections. Some infections of the skin can lead to serious open sores and blisters, especially if a man lets the problem go in the hopes it will resolve on its own. Inflammation of the skin follicles is a common culprit, especially for men who manscape. Another infection that can lead to manhood blisters and sores is the yeast infection, which can lead to blisters that look very wet and watery. There might also be a foul odor associated with yeast infections.
4) Scabies or crabs. When dealing with parasites, there is always the chance of infection after getting bitten. Such is the case with scabies and crabs, both of which love to feast on a human’s nether regions. Scratching the bitten areas can lead to even more open cuts and sores, which in turn can lead to blisters, sores and more.
5) Male organ cancer. Though this is a very rare reason for manhood blisters, it bears talking about to help ensure a man maintains a healthy member and spots the early signs of cancer. Suspicious blisters, spots, moles, sores and the like that seem to have no easily discernable cause might in fact be member cancer, so a man needs to get checked out if he notices problems that don’t correspond with anything that makes sense – for example, when he has all the signs of a serious infection but he’s never actually had sensual contact.
What’s a man to do when he encounters a male organ blister? He should go back through the list of possible reasons and try to figure out which one pertains to his situation. He should also step up his manhood care regimen through the daily use of a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A proper crème will contain important ingredients, such as alpha lipoic acid to fight free radicals and vitamin A to fight male odor, as well as other vitamins and amino acids intended to help maintain a healthy member.
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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