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Friction Burn, Sore Male Organ, Less Sensual Activity Mind-blowing sensual activity is always one of a man’s top goals – and who cares if it may be accompanied by a sore male organ a little later on? Every guy weighs the pros and cons of rough, aggressive sensual activity and determines how much sore member pain is worth the excitement of the sensual activity. Yet even when a guy thinks it’s always worth the resulting friction burn, he still needs to take his manhood health into consideration. After all, if friction burn is too severe, it may effectively put a man’s sensual life on hold while the damage heals. Friction burn When a man refers to friction burn on his sore male organ, he is referring to any soreness that comes about from sensual activity (whether with a partner or with himself). As most people already know, intimate activity involves a significant amount of friction. It is this rubbing that stimulates the nerve endings which in turn creates the intensely pleasurable response associated with good sensual activity. Friction burn may extend beyond a general soreness, however. It may describe a burning sensation or actual tiny cuts on the member. Cuts tend to be a bit more common among intact men. The degree of looseness or tightness of the prepuce, combined with the degree of friction and the angle at which the manhood is stimulated can cause some tearing. But a circumcised man may also experience tears or cuts along the member. And these can be located either along the shaft or on the top of the organ. Not just roughness Friction burn isn’t always caused by rough sensual activity. If the manhood is experiencing a skin condition (yeast infection, bacterial infection, dermatitis, inflammation, etc.), it is more likely to react negatively to the friction. Certain medical conditions, such as diabetes or a compromised immune system, may also make a man more likely to end up with a sore male organ after sensual activity. www.man1health.com


It’s also important to remember that friction burn is by no means the only reason for a sore manhood or cuts on the member. Some social diseases can also bring about a situation like this, so it’s important for a sensually active man to be regularly tested for any possible infections. Give it a rest The soreness associated with friction burn can be annoying, but by itself it is not too big a problem. The real drawback is that ideally a man will let his member rest in order for it to heal properly. That means no sensual activity for the length of time (usually around a week) that is needed for the manhood to get back into shape. Some men choose to ignore the pain and get back in the saddle before the member is healed. This tends to lengthen the time needed for complete healing. In addition to resting his sore male organ, a man can treat the effects of friction burn by daily use of a first class manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The skin needs to be kept hydrated so healing can be hastened and so the skin reacquires the “suppleness” and elasticity it needs. A crème can help achieve this goal if it contains both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Together, they form a “moisture lock” which is enormously helpful. It also is worthwhile to select a crème with alpha lipoic acid. This potent antioxidant fights dangerous free radicals that can promote oxidative stress, damaging sensitive male organ skin and creating a “wrinkled” member look.

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Friction Burn, Sore Male Organ, Less Sensual Activity