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Is a Sore Male Organ Inevitable with a Self-Pleasuring Marathon?

by John Dugan Owner

Many men (and some women) like to take advantage of the fact that May is International Self-pleasuring Month to really “up their game” when it comes to self-pleasuring – even if they may already be self-stimulating quite frequently. Self-pleasuring is generally good for male organ health, although like anything else, too much of a good thing can cause problems – such as a sore male organ from overuse. And one way that some men, especially those who are truly committed self-strokers, like to celebrate Self-pleasuring Month is by engaging in a self-pleasuring marathon – which makes a sore male organ much more likely.

Is it inevitable? Not necessarily, although depending on how long the marathon lasts, chances are some soreness may occur. But if a guy who is used to self-gratifying, say, two hours every day, instead chooses a marathon in which he self-stimulates for eight hours, he’s perhaps less likely to get a sore male organ than a guy who self-fondles once a week but engages in a twelve-hour marathon.

Tips

For any self-pleasuring marathon enlistees – or “en-fist-ees” as some call them – the following are some things to keep in mind.

Know the reason for entering. Some self-fondlers are marathon-ing solo – meaning, it’s just themselves alone, while others are in a competition – either with other people in the same room or with others self-gratifying virtually online. If in a competition, a guy needs to know what his goal is. Does he want to win the competition and self-stimulate longer than anyone else, and that’s all there is to it? Or is he less interested in the competition and more interested in a “personal self-pleasuring best?”  The former is much more likely to end up with a sore male organ, as he’s likely to continue long past the point of actual pleasure and get into some pain.

Learn how to pace. Just as most marathon runners don’t burst out of the gate at full speed and try to maintain that pace, so should a self-stimulator not start out fast and furious. It’s a marathon; a guy has all the time in the world, so he should take his time and enjoy himself, allowing himself to stroke in different ways and at different speeds and with different grips. It’s also important to figure out end goals: Does a guy want to release seed as many times as he can? Or is he more interested in edging, prolonging the seed release so that he self-fondles for a very long time before releasing his seed?

Be prepared for a quick end. When guys are self-stimulating together – especially guys who are not used to self-stimulating with other guys – they may find themselves getting even more excited than usual. (This is natural, men. Don’t worry about it.) Some guys are going to get so excited that they may release their seed long before they intend to. If this is a competitive self-pleasuring marathon, one where a guy releases and he’s out, he should just grin and bear it. And hey, he may be out of the competition, but most likely he can keep on self-stroking non-competitively on the sidelines.

A self-pleasuring marathon should hopefully allow a man to really get in touch with his member and with his sensual core, even if a sore male organ ends up being the consequence. Fortunately, a sore male organ due to being rubbed raw can be alleviated through the application of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). What’s needed after a marathon session is a replenishment of the natural oils that have been expended, and that requires a crème that contains both a high end emollient (think shea butter) and a natural hydrator (of which vitamin E is a fine example.) The constant rubbing and  tugging and smacking may also cause some de-sensitization in the manhood, so find a crème with L-carnitine. This neuroprotective ingredient is excellent at maintaining proper male organ sensation.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving 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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