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Can a Yeast Infection Cause Male Organ Pain?

While isn’t often thought of as a “women’s issue,” yeast infections can infect anyone, including men. Candida can be very uncomfortable, and can even cause male organ pain, especially when not treated immediately. It can also lead to severe complications if the infection proceeds to the bloodstream. Thankfully, yeast infections are easy to manage and can be cleared up pretty quickly. Let’s talk about how yeast infections can lead to male organ pain and how to make it better fast.

Male Organ Yeast Infection: Symptoms

There are several different symptoms that a man can look for if he thinks he may have a male organ yeast infection. These include:

Smash that Male Organ Rash: How to Stop Scratching and Start Healing

Feeling a little hot in the knickers, men? Wait, not the good hot, the itchy-scratchy-burning-fiery-irritated hot. It’s a male organ rash. Panic. Terror. A running tape of questions spin out of control in a man’s mind. What is this? How did this happen? Is it herpes? What is going on? How can I get rid of this?

Stop, breathe, and read. There are tons of reasons for a male organ rash and most of them aren’t the worst-case scenario that immediately pops into a man’s head. Many are completely innocent, and all are in a man’s control to prevent in the future. Here’s a look at what’s causing that inconvenient male organ rash, how to fix it, and how to avoid them in the future.

Say No to Male Organ Chafing: What to Use When the Creme Runs Out

It’s sorta like toilet paper. Creme is, that is. Because while the bottle is still full, or the roll is still plentiful, there are no worries. Everything is fine. But as the depletion begins, the brain starts to pop in. “Hey, buddy – remember to pick some creme up.” Then, of course, none is picked up. Fast-forward to the moment of need and then, boom, what to do? Without it, a man can count on male organ chafing. Hmmm…is that a risk worth taking?

A pins-and-needles sensation. Redness. Rash. A fiery intensity so fierce air passing by is painful.

The Physiology of a Hard Member: How it Works and How to Keep Em Coming

Boners…how exactly do they happen? What does what to call the soldier to order? Let’s look at how a thought turns into a woody and all the ways to bring him down and keep him healthy.

The Physiology of a Hard Member: An Anatomy Lesson

Can Self-pleasure Cause Male Organ Dysfunction?

There’s a lot of old wives’ tales centered around self-pleasure. According to myths, it can make a man go blind, yield the hairiest of hands, and even make a member fall off. One of the newer concerns having to do with the fine art of self-pleasure is the question: Can self-pleasure cause dysfunction? MOD, long name: male organ dysfunction, is something many men deal with at some point in their life, whether temporarily or chronically. Let’s learn a bit more about MOD and if there is a connection between it and self-pleasure.

What Is Male Organ Dysfunction?

Male Organ Rejuvenation Treatments: Do They Really Work?

Studies show that over 50 percent of men have an instance of member dysfunction in their lifetime. Over 20 percent of men suffer from Peyronie’s disease, which causes a painful curve in the member. More than 30 percent of men are unhappy with the size of their member. If only there was a way to help these men regain sensitivity, vigor, and confidence in their member. Well, there is! If a man has 20 minutes and some cash to burn, he can get the latest male organ rejuvenation treatment, the P-Shot.

Defining Male Organ Rejuvenation

Bent Male Organ Problems: A New Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease Shows Promise

Some men find they have a slight lilt or curve to their member, and it’s completely natural. However, for some men, that bend is more extreme and can be problematic on several levels. It’s actually more common than one might think.

Bent Male Organ Problems: What Is Peyronie’s Disease?

Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which the male organ has a significant, usually 30 percent or greater, bend or curvature. It’s reported that 25 percent of all men are diagnosed with it. While the exact cause of the disease is unknown, researchers and urologists believe that Peyronie’s develops over time as a result of injuries, minor and major, to the member. Those injuries, often alarmingly called traumas, can cause bleeding, which then leads to the formation of scar tissue; however, this is not always the case.

Some Less-Scary Causes of a Discolored Male Organ

When a man looks down and sees a rainbow of colors, it’s generally not a happy moment. In fact, it’s usually a pretty scary one. However, while there are a few serious causes of concern, the most common causes are all pretty harmless if just a bit uncomfortable or inconvenient. Thankfully, many of them can be treated easily. Here are eight of the less-scary causes of a discolored male organ.

Self-gratification Myths Debunked

Choking the chicken. Waxing the surfboard. Jerkin’ the gherkin. There are a million ways to describe self-gratification and just about as many ways to do it. With an activity so prevalent, it’s odd that there is so much bad information in circulation. Let’s take a minute to talk about nearly every man’s favorite pastime: self-gratification.

What Is Self-gratification?

The Aging Member and “Manopause”: What Every Man Needs to Know

As a man ages, he becomes more distinguished, right? The silver foxiness in him comes out, he knows what makes a scotch good, and he has perfected his business portfolio. However, with all of those obvious benefits, he can also expect a dip in androgen, which can change the game a bit. It’s usually around the late 40s and early 50s that a man may experience some noticeable changes, and the previously young member morphs into an aging one. The aging member has learned much in life, but now starts the long stroll down low-androgen road. And for some men, that means something like “menopause.”

5 Causes of Bruised Male Organ Tissue and How to Treat It

Bruises are unsightly and uncomfortable, but usually, nothing to worry about. However, when a man sees one on his hulking member, he might react a little dramatically. Most bruises just need a little time and TLC to go away, but sometimes, bruises can be more than they appear and require a trip to the doc to be sure it’s just a bruise and not something more serious like a male organ fracture. Here’s a primer on bruised male organ tissue; think of it at Member Bruising 101, on what to look for, what may cause it, and how to treat and prevent bruises.