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Early Release And Male Organ Hypersensitivity

December 26, 2012

Because the male organ is so frequently subjected to rough handling, it is more common for men of all ages to complain about reduced sensitivity. An over-sensitive male organ, on the other hand, can be just as much of a problem when it comes to enjoying coupling. Men who have a hypersensitive male organ frequently report male organ problems such as early release or pain at the head of the male organ during coupling or manual stimulation.

What causes male organ hypersensitivity?
Men who have an oversensitive male organ often report that it is uncomfortable or even painful to touch the head, and in some cases, they find coupling to be impossible. There are a number of factors that may be linked to an oversensitive male organ, including the following:

• Phimosis – Inability to retract the sheath, a condition known as phimosis, has been linked to hypersensitivity of the head. This may be due to the lack of direct contact with “the outside world,” so to speak, and it may be addressed by gently withdrawing the sheath until it retracts properly. Nourishing the male organ skin with a vitamin formula containing natural emollients may help to ease this process and accustom the nerve tissue to tactile stimulation.
• Urinary tract infection – A UTI can increase the sensitivity of the male organ, especially around the urethral opening. Men who experience a sudden onset of hypersensitivity, along with a burning sensation on urination, should consider being tested for a urinary infection.
• Trauma to the head – An injury to the head of the male organ can cause oversensitivity and pain; if the head of the male organ is injured, medical attention may be necessary.
• Fractured male organ – Men who experience male organ fractures may find coupling to be extremely painful. Fractures tend to occur during especially vigorous coupling and should be handled as a medical emergency, as they can result in permanent damage. A loud, popping sound accompanied by sudden pain during coupling may indicate a manhood fracture and should be treated immediately.
• Prostate problems – An enlarged or inflamed prostate gland may result in oversensitivity in the base of the male organ.
• Infections – Balanitis, an inflammatory condition that affects the head of the male organ, may result in hypersensitivity or pain. A sore male organ that is accompanied by redness, swelling, rash, a cracked and dry appearance, and/or a whitish discharge may be infected and should be treated by a health care professional.

What are the effects of an oversensitive male organ?
Depending on the cause of the hypersensitivity, there are a number of effects to watch out for. As previously mentioned, an oversensitive male organ may be painful to the touch, to the point where coupling or manual stroking is out of the question. In less extreme cases, men have often reported Early release due to oversensitivity, although in medical research, this effect has not been clearly linked to a sensitivity issue. For men with an inflamed or enlarged prostatic gland, oversensitivity or pain may occur following release. Furthermore, men with ongoing hypersensitivity may experience anxiety, depression and loss of function.

Conditioning the skin of the male organ
Healthy male organ skin starts with proper skin care. Washing carefully and making sure the area is dry before putting on clothing can help to prevent numerous male organ problems such as fungal overgrowth and inflammation of the sheath. Treating the manhood tissue with the natural emollients found in a high quality male organ vitamin cream (most health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) may help to calm irritated skin and leave it smooth, supple and resilient. In addition, the practice of applying a topical cream to the male organ may help to condition it to tactile sensation and restore normal sensitivity.

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