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Male Organ Pain: Common Causes for a Sore Member After Intimacy

by John Dugan Owner

Nothing ruins a good tumble in the hay like a sore member after intimacy. This type of male organ pain can also cause considerable anxiety and worry since the mind immediately jumps to the worst conclusions. However, many causes for post-coital male organ pains are not as serious as a man may think. Here are a couple of the most common reasons for a sore member after intimacy and a few ways a man can find relief.

Male Organ Pain Cause #1: Allergic reactions to latex barrier, lubricants, or other products

About 25 percent of people are allergic to latex latex barriers, and most people are sensitive to something, especially when applied or used in an area with such tender, thin skin.

Other symptoms may include:

- Rash

- Redness or irritation

- Inflammation

- Scaly, thickened skin

- Swelling

- Blisters with fluid

- Dry, cracked skin

- itchiness

Depending on the severity of the reaction, it can take a few days to a few weeks for an allergic reaction to completely go away. They can generally fade more quickly with over-the-counter allergy treatments.

Male Organ Pain Cause #2: Lack of Adequate Lubrication

Intimacy means friction, and while some friction feels good, too much is a big no-no! Friction rubs off the upper layer of the skin, which protects the nerves and connective tissues. Once it’s rubbed away, they are entirely exposed and extraordinarily sensitive.

Additional symptoms may include:

- Prolonged Intimacy

- Rough Intimacy

- Peeling, flaky skin

- Tight-feeling skin

- Redness

- Itchiness

- Cracks in skin

- Unexplained bleeding

Usually, the friction burn will only last one to a couple of days if a man refrains from any contact with the inflamed area.

Male Organ Pain Cause #3: Prostatitis

Prostatitis occurs when a man’s prostate gets inflamed or infected. Sometimes the pain will go away on its own in a few days. If it persists longer than a few days or intensifies, it could be an underlying infection.

Further symptoms may include:

- Pain when intense point

- Pain in the lower back or abdomen

- Pain or burning when urinating

- Fever or chills

- Difficulty in producing urine

- Foul-smelling urine

See a healthcare provider if pain persists.

Male Organ Pain Cause #4: Phimosis

Phimosis happens when a man cannot retract the foreskin from the tip of the member. It generally happens as a result of balanitis or an infection of the glans.

Other symptoms may include:

- Swelling

- Difficulty in urinating

- Difficulty in intense point

- Difficulty in achieving a hard-on

- Color changes in the tip or foreskin

- Rash

- Itchiness

See a doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

Male Organ Pain Cause #5: Yeast infection

An overgrowth of yeast, also known as Candida, can cause an uncomfortable infection. It can be caused by poor hygiene, medication, and a weak immune system.

Additional symptoms may include:

- White, chunky discharge

- Itching

- Burning

- Redness

- Swelling

See a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. Usually, a dose of Diflucan will clear it up in a few days.

Male Organ Pain Cause #6: Urinary tract infection (UTI)

Bacteria, viruses, or fungi produce UTIs. In addition to pain in the member, it can also affect the kidneys, bladder, and urethra.

Symptoms may include:

- Pain or burning when urinating or intense point

- Frequent urge to urinate with little production

- Foul-smelling urine

- Oddly colored urine

- Pain in the pelvic basin

See a doctor for treatment.

How to Relieve Sore Member After Intimacy Pains

Here are a few ways to relieve less severe symptoms of male organ pain post lovemaking:

1) Take some ibuprofen.

2) Apply a corticosteroid ointment to reduce inflammation.

3) Let it all hang out to get some air and reduce any excess friction from rubbing against material.

4) Switch to looser underwear.

5) Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and pain.

6) Take a break from exercise, intimacy, and other strenuous activities until the pain is completely gone, and the underlying cause is treated.

7) Apply a specially formulated genital health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) made with Shea butter and vitamin E to hydrate, soothe, and protect delicate genital skin. These crèmes are made with non-irritating ingredients and essential nutrients to improve genital health.

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