Member feeling a little red and angry all of a sudden? It could be balanitis. Balanitis is a common inflammation of the genital skin that affects many adult males, while there are many causes, some causes like diabetes and phimosis can cause chronic balanitis, which can be quite painful and aggravating. Could circumcision be the answer for men who suffer from chronic balanitis? Let’s learn about what balanitis is, what causes, how to treat it, and most importantly, how to prevent it in the first place.
What is Balanitis?
Balanitis is an inflammation or infection of the skin on the glans, or head, of the member. For uncircumcised men, this extra flap of skin is called the foreskin. Men who are circumcised can contract balanitis as well, though it is more common in men who are not.
Causes and Symptoms of Balanitis
Several things can cause balanitis. Here are a few of the most common ones:
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No man wants to be known as being “quick on the trigger” while in bed, so lasting longer during intercourse is a big goal for many men. While this is not exactly a penis health issue in the way that, say, penis odor may be, it still can be a significant concern. For those for whom “better sex” means “lasting longer after penetrating,” the following may be of some help.
It’s natural – sort of
So, the fact of the matter is that it seems that men tend to orgasm before their mates is somewhat natural. Studies have shown that, on average, a man will ejaculate some 6 or so minutes after he first penetrates the vagina. By contrast, the typical woman requires about 13 minutes – and very often she requires more than just intercourse to achieve her orgasm.
So how can a guy last longer and achieve better sex if Nature has stacked the odds against him? It’s a challenge, but he can try the following
Circumcision has long been a practice filled with controversy, and that seems to become even more contentious as time goes on. There are some who swear by circumcision as a way to alleviate the many problems a man can suffer with penis health as he grows older. However, there are also those that decry circumcision as destroying a man’s unique penis sensitivity, and in some cases, the practice is even seen as mutilation – it’s a surgical procedure that a man cannot consent to at a young age, but something that will affect him for the rest of his life. No wonder the issue is so fraught with concern!
But there is one area where much of the public and physicians agree: Those who are uncircumcised often have more penis health issues than those who are circumcised. This is thanks to the foreskin, which preserves full sensitivity for the man but can also cause problems for some. From a foreskin that is far too tight to one that is adhered firmly to the penis to the
Every man knows that there are certain “must have” penis care steps to keep a penis as healthy as possible. That includes good hygiene, such as showering on a regular basis, carefully cleaning the penis with a gentle cleanser, and taking the time to inspect the penis on a daily basis to make sure it’s healthy. Other factors come into play too, such as using a condom to protect a healthy penis, seeing the doctor at the first sign of a problem, and making sure to make good use of his favorite tool in order to keep things flowing freely, so to speak.
But there are other factors that matter, such as a man’s overall health. Here’s what he should be looking for when it comes to a holistic approach to penis care.
Keep a Healthy Diet
When a guy is looking into what it takes to maintain penis care on the inside as well as the outside, the first thing he should change is his diet. A diet full of leafy greens can deliver impor
Skin care: it’s no longer just the province of women, as more and more men are taking steps to keep their own skin looking youthful and healthy. And if taking that care with skin in general, shouldn’t men also be taking care with their penis skin, to keep it looking manly, impressive and inviting? Paying attention to penis skin care is part of any good penis health regimen. Most men know the basics, but here are some more “rare” penis skin care tips to remember.
– Food for thought. Many couples enjoy incorporating food and food products into their sex play – and why not? Both sex and food nourish a person, albeit in different ways. For the most part, this can be harmless, but in some cases, there may be some penis skin care issues to consider. For example, men who are intact need to be sure that all traces of food are washed away after the sex play is over. If food particles get trapped beneath
As a quick glance around the locker room may confirm, more and more men are manscaping nowadays. Whether it’s a total torso right-to-the-skin shave or just a neat-and-tidy trim of the pubic hair, it’s common now for men to take their razors and move below the neck nowadays. As long as a guy is appropriately careful when shaving the penis and balls, there’s no overt penis health issue, of course. But there can be a secondary issue when manscaping leads to razor burn, namely an itchy penis.
Most men who are regular shavers already have some familiarity with razor burn. Also known as razor bumps or barber’s itch, and clinically called pseudofolliculitis barbae (when anywhere on the body) or pseudofolliculitis pubis (when specifically on the penis, balls or crotch), razor burn is a situation where small, raised red bumps appear after shaving. (Although typically not immediately after shaving; at first, skin appears to fee
Wearable Viagra? Well, kind of. No, you don’t make a bracelet of little blue pills and string it around your junk. Wearable Viagra refers to a super-enhanced cock ring that makes even the most visibly limp penis live large. However, does it really work? Let’s investigate the claims about this new product for men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
There are 3 million cases of erectile dysfunction every year, making it a quite common penis issue for men. Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, happens when a man can’t produce or maintain an erection for the duration of sexual intercourse. Interestingly, ED has roots in both the physical and psychological realms. Occasional inability to produce an erection is not ED. A man needs to experience a lack of ability to rise about 25 percent of the time to be classified as having ED.
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Infertility of men can never let the women get pregnant. Lack of sperm count, lack of sperm in the semen, the low speed of the sperm to reach the egg, thick sperm hampering the speed of the sperm t reach the egg, cystic fibrosis, erectile dysfunction, injury in testicles, problem in ejaculating etc are some of the immediate medical reasons for male infertility.
Here, a couple of primary reasons are listed starting from medical causes to health and lifestyle causes-
This disease is the swelling of the veins that drains the testicles. As the sperm is produced from the testicles, issues in this organ can cause a severe problem for reproduction. Though it is not proven that varicocele is responsible for male infertility but definitely, the obstruction caused by the swelling of the veins the production of the normal sperm count. Immediate medical treatment can ensure complete cure of the disease by increasing the sperm count and by using
Diet fads come and go with alarming regularity – which isn’t to say they don’t necessarily have benefits, merely that there always seems to be some new diet coming along that attracts a great deal of attention for at least a while. Recently, the keto (for ketogenic) diet popped up on the scene and went viral quickly. And as it has become more popular, questions have been raised about whether it might not contribute to any penis health issues – most prominently, to penis odor.
About the keto diet
The basic premise behind the keto diet is not really new and has formed the basis of many previous diet trends. Essentially, the idea is to cut down on carbohydrates and increase proteins and fats. When the body is absorbing only small amounts of carbohydrates, it has less of the readily-available ingredients needed for blood sugar levels. With few carbohydrates to get energy from, it switches to fats and proteins instead. And when it do
Penis function is a valuable and important subset of penis health and one which, when in the midst of sexual situations, is of primary importance to a man. After all, when with a partner in bed, the last thing a man wants to be concerned about is whether his penis will operate in the manner that is expected. Often, penis function matters revolve around erectile issues or around premature ejaculation, but there can be other penis function concerns – such as anejaculation.
Because it is not something that occurs commonly, few men are even aware that anejaculation exists. Simply put, anejaculation refers to a situation in which a man is unable to ejaculate semen. This is not the same thing as impotence, as most men with anejaculation have a penis that still responds to stimulation and can become aroused and erect; many men with anejaculation are even able to experience an orgasm. It is simply not accompanied by the traditional ex