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Male Masturbation Concerns – What Men Should Know About Penis Rash and Soreness

Penis skin conditions are a common complaint; many men seek medical attention from a urologist every year for penis rash and soreness, irritation, and discomfort during or after masturbation or sex. While treating the area with a specially formulated health crème containing penis-specific vitamins and minerals can help to prevent drying and irritation and clear up minor skin conditions, it is also important to understand how these occur in the first place and why proper penis care is critical to sexual health. Some common symptoms and their causes are described here, along with suggestions on avoiding certain penis skin problems.

Penis rash that develops during or after masturbation or sex

Penis rash can appear as a pattern of small, raised bumps, sores, scabbing or a spreading patch of reddened skin. Rashes may be accompanied by itching and/or swelling, and the affected skin may be warm to the touch. Penis rash that develops during or shortly after masturbation or penetration may occur for the following reasons:

• Dry skin – Dry rubbing, oral sex and the bodily fluids of sexual partners can all dry the skin of the penis, causing minute tears in the outer layer of dermal tissue that may appear reddened, chapped and rough. High-quality moisturizers that are safe for sensitive erogenous tissue (such as shea butter, which is recommended for most skin types) can help to prevent dehydration and restore the natural moisture balance, leading to soft, supple penis skin that is highly responsive to stimulation.

• Contact dermatitis – Personal lubricants, spermicides, latex condoms, and even soaps and detergents can cause sensitive skin to react, resulting in rash, itching, and swelling of the penile skin. Men who are sensitive to substances such as these should avoid contact with them as much as possible and stick to non-reactive lubricants during masturbation. In addition, supporting the skin’s natural healing properties through the use of a penis vitamin formula may help to reduce the risk of developing penis rash and discomfort.

• Balanatis – Men with an uncircumcised penis are especially prone to skin infections of the glans, or head. This can become a particular problem as a result of frequent masturbation, which can further irritate damaged tissue and cause soreness, swelling and painful urination. Proper cleansing and treating the area with natural antibacterials such as vitamin A are recommended for avoiding this uncomfortable and embarrassing condition.

• Overuse – Whether or not a lubricant is used during masturbation or sex, frequent and aggressive rubbing can irritate the skin, causing soreness, redness and rash-like symptoms. Over time, excessive irritation of the penis skin can actually reduce the degree of penis sensation a man is able to experience, diminishing the ability to enjoy sexual activity. However, even those who are especially active can support overall skin and nerve health by promoting the skin’s regenerative properties through the use of moisturizers, antioxidants and rejuvenating nutrients such as vitamins, A, C, D, and B5.

Effective penile rash treatment for all skin types

Penis rash and soreness can cause ongoing discomfort and detract from the ability to enjoy sexual activity. Because rash-like symptoms can easily be mistaken for a sexually transmitted disease, they can also cause embarrassment and put off potential sexual partners. If left untreated, certain types of rashes may also spread, making them harder to treat. To avoid penis rash and soreness and to address a number of other male masturbation concerns, it is useful to treat the penis regularly with a specifically designed penis health formula (most health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) containing essential nutrients which are noted for their healing and skin rejuvenating properties. Men who develop a chronic rash or sores that do not heal should consult with a health care provider to determine whether a more serious condition is present and abstain from sexual contact until the problem is cleared up.



Source by John Dugan

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