Raw Penis from Sexual Stimulation Ė What to Do

By: J Dugan


For most men, the perfect ending to a perfect date involves a high degree of sexual stimulation for his favorite organ, even if it means he ends up with a raw penis. When in the throes of passion and sporting an aggressively insistent erection, most men believe that a little rawness in the tool is a small price to pay for the glorious release they seek. Because men tend to have this mindset, appropriate penis care includes knowing how to deal with a sore penis.

Thinking with a penis

When in a state of sexual excitement, men are said to think with their penises, but thatís not exactly correct. If the penis were truly doing the thinking, it would probably advise a little caution. After all, the penis whose owner is careless with his organ health knows that a few minutes of pleasure is going to come with the cost of hours, days or weeks of tenderness.

What to do

Not surprisingly, there are several things that a guy can do to decrease the chances of developing a raw penis and still enjoy his bedtime romp (whether with a partner or his own hand). Letís take a look at a few of them.

- Keep lubricant handy - and use it. Excessive friction is one of the primary causes of a raw penis, and this is especially true when a man is performing an act of self-satisfaction. When the bare hand is employed without lubrication, the friction between the dry skin on the hand and the dry (or slightly moist) skin on the penis can be harmful. Ideally, a lotion or cream should be used, but even oneís own salvia can provide some protective layer.

- Keep condoms handy - and use them. Clearly, a man engaging in partner sex needs to be using appropriate protection, both to prevent unwanted pregnancy and to help stop the spread of sexually transmitted infections. The condom also helps provide protection against friction. In order for this to be most effective, both at preventing semen from escaping and ensuring less friction, itís important to choose a condom that fits properly. A too-snug fit can restrict blood flow and also irritate the penis; a too-loose fit can allow semen seepage as well as cause the condom to rub against the penis head in an uncomfortable manner, creating friction.

- Learn to say no. Often when a man is presented with the opportunity for sex, he immediately says yes - even if at the moment his equipment is intensely sore from being rubbed raw. A man needs to more carefully weigh his choices in such situations and learn that there may be times when saying no to the offer - with apologies and the hope to have a rain check - is the better option.

- Practice health maintenance. This is very important. If the manhood is kept in its best health, it can bounce back more quickly from a night or two of excessive sexual stimulation. To both avoid and treat a sore penis, a man should regularly apply a high-quality penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). For best results, a man should make sure that the cream he uses is filled with natural ingredients that promote penis health. For example, a cream that includes both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) offers benefits from their combined moisturizing effects - which is essential for treating a raw penis. In addition, a man needs to check and make sure that the cream lists vitamin C among its ingredients. This popular vitamin is very useful for the production of collagen as well as enhancing penile tissue firmness; combined, this adds up to a youthful appearance for the penis and is helpful in the process of healing raw skin.

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For additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ, visit www.man1health.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.

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