Penis Bumps, Sores and Blisters: What to Do

By: J Dugan


Men who practice excellent penis care know to take a good look at the equipment on a regular basis. Because of this, they know how everything is supposed to look and feel. So when a new bump or sore appears on the penis, a man will catch it almost immediately - and of course, he will immediately become quite concerned as to what might be going on. The good news is that by following these simple tips concerning penis bumps, blisters or penis sores, a man can look forward to maintaining good penis health.

1. Keep track of whatís happening. A man might notice a tiny penis bump, blister or sore, and immediately plan to make an appointment with the doctor. But in the meantime, itís important to keep track of how the bump changes, moves or feels. Write down the moment of first notice, as well as how it might change between that time and the time of the doctorís appointment. Photographs can be very helpful for the doctor, especially if there is significant redness or related changes.

2. Donít mess with it. Letís be honest: A man sees something strange on his penis and his first instinct is likely to poke at it to see what it is. If itís a blister, a man might try to pop it. If itís a bump that looks like it might be a pimple, he might squeeze it to try to establish what it really is. And if itís a sore, a guy might try to move it and twist it to get a close-up look. All these things are a big mistake! If there is something odd down there, the best thing is to leave it alone and see what happens. Though this can be really tough on a psychological level, on a physical level is it simply the right thing to do.

3. Abstain from sexual activity. Though it might seem like overkill - especially if the doctorís appointment is a week away - a guy wants to be safe rather than sorry. Excessive rubbing of the area, such as happens with masturbation, might make things worse. And of course, partner sex is a no-go until a man knows for sure that what heís dealing with is not something he can pass to that partner.

4. Clean it gently. In lieu of picking or poking at the spot, a man might decide to wash it rather aggressively. This is not a good idea either. Though it never hurts to pay a bit more attention to hygiene when it comes to penis care, a guy shouldnít go all-out in trying to clean the trouble area. Simply use a good cleanser specially formulated for sensitive skin and make note of whether the cleanser causes any pain in the area - thatís something a doctor will want to know.

5. Talk to the doctor. When itís time for the doctorís appointment, take a variety of things that could be helpful. This includes any photographs of the penis bump, sore or blister, the timeline of how it might have changed, a list of any medications taken on a regular basis (including supplements and herbal remedies), and information on any recent sexual activity. When the doctor prescribes a course of action, stick with the recommendations for as long as necessary.

Maintain good penis health every day

Once a man knows what the penis bumps, sores or blisters are all about, he can take steps to ensure they donít happen again. In addition to following the doctorís expert advice, a man should reach for a top-notch penis health crŤme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The use of this crŤme on a daily basis can help ensure the best penis health possible. Look for a crŤme that contains vitamin B5 for healthy cellular tissue, alpha lipoic acid to fight against free radicals and vitamin A, which fights against blemishes. And of course, a good Shea butter and vitamin E base can help ensure the skin stays smooth, supple and problem-free.

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