His Sore Male Organ: What Women Need to Know
His Sore Male Organ: What Women Need to
Here’s something men may not be willing to tell their women: Sometimes a
man gets a sore male organ and, for a while at least, may not feel in the
mood for coupling. That’s not to say that the mood will necessarily last for a
long time, or that he may not find himself eager to jump into bed with his
partner despite his sore male organ. Even when they know there may be
some pain, many men will happily give in to the lure of sensual activity –
even if the soreness makes them regret it later. But since his long-term
manhood health affects his partner as much as it does him, women need to
know a little about the sore member.
It’s a societal thing
The fact is, men can often have a sore male organ – much more often than
one might think. And it’s the kind of thing they’re more willing to talk about
with other guys than with women. (Although, to be fair, much of the time
that they tell their buds they have a sore male organ, it’s really just a way of
bragging about the incredible coupling they had last night.)
Still, many men feel that society pressures them to present an uber-macho
façade where matters of the member are concerned, especially with the
women they take to bed. They feel an expectation that they can perform at
the drop of a hat – and that they’re supposed to want to perform 24/7. But
even the most sensual of men are still only human and can fall prey to any
number of soreness-inducing situations, such as:
Overdoing it. Probably the most common reason a guy complains of
a sore male organ is because he’s been having too much sensual
activity (either with a partner or with his hand – or both). Remember
that member skin is very sensitive and filled with nerve endings –
hence, the incredible pleasure that a guy gets from sensual activity.
Too much activity can simply overwork the poor little fellow, a
situation which a little rest usually can cure.
Aggressive action. Sometimes, though, the problem isn’t too much
manhood activity – it’s too rough manhood activity. Especially if it’s
activity in which there is insufficient lubrication. So a guy who thrusts
at too furious a pace, or whose member is stroked at a lightning-fast
pace by a hand devoid of lubrication, is going to find himself with a
raw, painful manhood.
Allergy. Sometimes the soreness comes not from activity on that
sensitive skin but from an allergic reaction – to chemicals in soap,
fragrances in the detergent that cleans his underwear, etc. It causes a
rash or other reaction which in some cases makes the manhood a little
too tender to touch.
A mid-section punch. Getting hit in the manhood area with a baseball
or other hard object can cause soreness that may last for days.
So if a guy does complain about a sore male organ, it helps if his partner is
understanding. And she should know he is likely going to want to get back
into action earlier than he probably should – in which case, his partner can
help by going slowly and helping him to ease back into things rather than
jumping in at full throttle.
Women whose men complain of a sore manhood should also encourage
them to daily apply a first class male organ health crème (health
professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven
mild and safe for skin). Keeping the member healthy means it will recover
from whatever causes the soreness more quickly. The best crèmes can also
help reduce the soreness. For example, one with both a high-end emollient
(like Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E) can “double team”
affected male organ skin, re-moisturize, and help alleviate soreness. By the
same token, if aggressively rough handling has de-sensitized the member, a
crème with a neuroprotective ingredient like L carnitine can help restore
minor loss of sensation.