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Procrasturbation: Self-Pleasuring as a Delay Tactic

Whether it’s a once-in-a-while thing or a part of his daily activities, self-pleasuring is something that almost all guys enjoy (whether they freely admit it or not). It has survived centuries of badmouthing and sometimes-hysterical denunciations for the simply reason that it feels good, produces positive results, is good for male organ health, and, in most cases, is harmless. Of course, like every activity, there can be times when its use can turn to misuse, and then there can be a problem. Such is the case when self-pleasuring turns into procrasturbation.

Procrastur-what?

Obesity and Intimate Health

When talking about obesity, experts and armchair experts alike focus on the major diseases brought on by obesity and the surface issues of beauty and belonging. There’s a lot of discussion and information out there about diabetes, heart disease, and other issues related to obesity. But what about intimate health? Shouldn’t that conversation be happening, too? We think so. So, let’s talk about obesity, intimate health, and what people need to know.

Obesity and Intimate Health: What Are the Risk Factors?

Member Dysfunction: What It Is and How Doctors Diagnose It

Member dysfunction (MD) affects many men at different points in their life. While it seems to be discussed ad nauseum, not all men really understand member dysfunction. Sure, the common knowledge is that it’s a male organ problem and can be easily cured with a little blue tablet. However, that’s not the truth of the matter. A lot of times, MD goes deeper into a man’s physical, emotional, and mental health.

Member Dysfunction Explained

Got Member Pain? Here’s a Guide for When to Call the Doc and When to Just DIY

Member pain may be the worst sort of pain for a man. It can be an aching, throbbing, smelly, hot, angry experience that could have a man baffled as to the cause. Of course, the mind frantically jumps to partner-transmitted infections first, but there are scores of other reasons for member pain. Here are a few that are more common than men think and ways a man can deal with them. Happily, many are easy to fix and allow men to go from having a sore male organ to a happy member quickly.

Member Pain #1: Male Organ Injury

Diet May Impact an Itchy Male Organ

“Oh no, not now!” That’s what goes through every man’s mind when an intense itchy male organ attack occurs, as it inevitably does, on a first date or while making an important presentation in front of all the people who make the salary and promotion decisions. An itchy member is an incredibly common male organ health issue, but that doesn’t change the fact that it causes substantial embarrassment when it happens. Since preventing an itchy male organ situation is desirable, there are some things a man can try – such as proper hygiene, wearing clean underwear, etc. – to reduce the chances of its occurrence. Another one of these strategies is to be careful about the diet he consumes.

Does Adult Visual Content Damage the Tumescent Male Organ?

It’s definitely not headline news that there is a lot of adult visual content out there or that a lot of men enjoy utilizing it—sometimes a great deal of it. In recent years, there have been claims that exposure to adult visual content is dangerous to male organ health, with the idea promoted that it can cause problems in getting or maintaining a tumescent male organ. But is tumescence dysfunction actually a serious side effect of viewing adult visual content? A new study indicates that the claims are exaggerated.

Adult visual content use

Proper Care for Male Organ Skin

People in general like to feel that they look good. For men, that desire to present an attractive appearance extends down to their manhood as well. While discussions of size frequently dominate when the male organ is discussed, other physical factors can also play an important role in a viewer’s impression of the member’s physical appearance. The condition of the male organ skin is especially important in this regard, especially as many partners may look to it for clues to overall male organ health. For that reason, it behooves a man to take special care of his delicate male organ skin.

Irritated Male Organ Skin

Whether it’s a little red rash or a throbbing pink patch, irritated male organ skin can be a major cause for concern and a huge inconvenience. As underwear, a pair of pants, or sometimes even air passes past the member irritation, it can cause distress, embarrassment, and a lot of anxiety. The good news? Many causes of irritated male organ skin can be cleared up easily and have no long-term consequences. However, there are some very serious partner-transmitted infections (PTIs) that manifest as male organ irritation, so it’s important to know what is going on with the member and how to proceed for a less-painful, less-red tomorrow.

Fishy-Smelling Male Organ

All members have odors. It’s natural and a normal function of the body to emit smells. However, a fishy-smelling male organ is not natural. Although a temporary fishy smell (perhaps after relations or a swim in a lake) may not be cause for worry, a persistent foul fragrance may be a sign of a deeper issue. Thankfully, not all causes of a smelly member are serious, and they are often easy to remedy. Read on to find out what causes a fishy-smelling male organ and how to fix it.

#1: Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Male Organ Rash Can Come from Sensual Toys

From male organ rings to male organ substitutes, sensual toys are more and more commonly found in bedrooms of consenting adults. And while sensual toys are more historically associated with females, the fact is that more and more males are growing comfortable with incorporating toy play into their sensual lives – often with great results. In general, sensual toys don’t come with male organ health concerns, but there are some instances where a male organ health issue may inadvertently arise. For example, sometimes using sensual toys might result in a male organ rash showing up unexpectedly.

Sensual toys

Delayed Emission: Handling This Male Organ Function Issue

Mention early on emission in a group of guys and someone is almost bound to jokingly claim that he has just the opposite male organ health problem. In fact, delayed emission (sometimes called retarded emission or prolonged emission or impaired emission) can be a very legitimate male organ function problem – and one that can be frustrating both to those who suffer from it and their sensual partners.

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