When to Call the Doctor about an Itchy Member

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When to Call the Doctor about an Itchy Member
When to Call the Doctor about an Itchy Member
Every man knows how it feels to have an itchy member – and it’s not fun.
However, in most cases an itchy member goes away quickly, and usually a
man knows exactly what caused it. That’s why most itchy, red male organ
situations aren’t cause for concern. But what is a man to do when he tried
every manhood care trick in the arsenal but the itch doesn’t stop?
When a man has tried everything from excellent hygiene to soothing crèmes
and nothing seems to help, he could be dealing with a more serious issue that
requires a visit to the doctor. Here’s what a man should be aware of when
his itchy, red male organ persists no matter what.
1. Diabetes. Though it might seem strange that diabetes can cause an
itchy member, it can be surprising how many issues stem from this
medical condition. A man with diabetes might tend to urinate much
more, and that leads to a bit more moisture around the midsection,
which in turn leads to an overgrowth of bacteria. Besides that, a
hallmark of diabetes is an overgrowth of yeast, leading to yeast
infections. Though these are more common in women, a man with
diabetes can develop them as well. An itchy member accompanied by
a burning sensation, whitish discharge and even a strange odor are all
signs that a man should go to the doctor for yeast infection treatment.
2. Socially shared diseases. It seems obvious, but it must be said: if a
man is sensually active, he is at risk of contracting a disease from a
partner. Some socially shared diseases present with a variety of mild
symptoms, including a manhood itch that just won’t quit. Even if the
itch doesn’t get worse, but simply persists at a typical level, it could
be an indication of something picked up from an intimate encounter.
In addition to the usual six-month checkup and testing for diseases,
this itchy member situation should send a man running to the doctor,
pronto.
3. Eczema or psoriasis. If a man has either of these conditions on other
parts of the body, it’s entirely possible he has them on his manhood,
too. But even a guy who has never suffered from them before can
suddenly develop them on his most sensitive parts. The good news is
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that a doctor can usually diagnose this with a single glance, and can
offer treatments that will either eliminate the itch or ease it
tremendously. If the itchy member is accompanied by redness,
especially red patches or areas that look like shiny plaque on the skin,
it’s time to get checked out.
4. Contact dermatitis. Sometimes an itchy member is the result of
simple allergies. A man might use a new cleanser, switch laundry
detergents, or even have a reaction to a new partner’s perfume! In
most cases the itch will go away quickly and once a man eliminates
the cause, it won’t return. But if a guy can’t figure out what is causing
the reaction or it keeps getting worse, it warrants a visit to the doctor.
Finally, a man should remember that a powerful manhood health crème
(health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically
proven mild and safe for skin) is an especially potent way to alleviate an
itchy member. A man should look for a crème that contains vitamin A,
known for its bacteria-fighting properties, as well as vitamin E, which keeps
skin hydrated and cuts down on itchy from dryness. A plethora of other
nutrients wrapped up in a Shea butter base can be a boon to any man’s
personal hygiene.
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