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Manhood Odor Solutions: Back to Basics

Just because summer is over doesn’t mean a dude can rest easy when it comes to persistent manhood odor. Sure, cooler weather does indeed translate into less sweat and thus less manhood odor – but it still requires regular, basic male organ care to keep the equipment from producing an off-putting stench. There are solutions to the manhood odor problem, and it behooves a guy to explore and utilize them. His partner and/or future partners will thank him for taking the little extra time required.

Manhood odor happens

Some manhood odor is essentially inevitable, unless perhaps a man is a full-time naturist – and even then, some stench may still attach itself to his nether regions. So when looking for odor solutions, it’s necessary to understand why manhood odor is so common.

There can be some atypical cause of manhood odor, such as a social disease, a urinary tract infection or a yeast infection. But most of the time the reasons are far more mundane.

Basically, sweat and dirt are the culprits. Sweat is entirely understandable. After all, the member is most often kept tucked away behind two layers of clothing, which creates a heated situation. The fact that it nestles on top of a pair of sacks and between a pair of thighs creates more heat merely through skin-on-skin contact. Add in the insulation from body hair in the area, and there’s no wonder that the midsection can get so sweaty.

Dirt (and the bacteria that accompanies it) is also a factor. All men can be prone to dirt in the midsection area, but intact men may have a greater challenge; smegma can build up underneath the prepuce if proper care is not taken.

Basic solutions

Knowing why men commonly have manhood odor makes it easy to see some common sense solutions. These include:

1) Wash properly. Showering or bathing on a regular basis is essential to keeping manhood odor at bay. If a man is too busy to bathe, taking a washcloth, soap and water and simply giving the nether regions a good scrub can still help. For men who have serious sweat issues, it may pay to shower in the morning and do a quick washcloth to the midsection later in the day – especially if going on a date. However, remember that manhood skin is very sensitive, so use a soap or cleanser that is gentle and doesn’t include harsh chemicals or fragrances.

2) Dress appropriately. Men who sweat heavily may want to consider changing clothes after work (and certainly before a big date), or at least changing into fresh underwear. It also pays to select underwear that will generate less heat. Tight briefs, for example, can increase the heat quotient; if a guy doesn’t need the support briefs supply, he may be better off with light, loose boxers. Make sure the fabric is cotton or another fabric that “breathes.” Those who go with briefs may also want to consider ones in a “mesh” style, which let more air flow in.

3) Undress appropriately, too. “Airing out” the member is a very good way to help keep odors away. Ideally, a man should let his member air out for several hours each day; sleeping in the buff is one way to accomplish this.

4) Think about a haircut. If midsection hair creates too much heat, consider trimming it or shaving it off entirely.

The last of our solutions for fighting manhood odor is to keep it in optimal health. Regular application of a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can be a big help here. It’s essential that the selected crème includes vitamin A, the anti-bacterial properties of which enable it to punch out manhood odor. Healthier manhood skin is better able to resist manhood odor, so the crème should also include moisturizing agents, such as Shea butter and vitamin E, which can keep the skin appropriately hydrated and healthy.



Stretch Marks on Manhood skin: Natural or Worrisome?

Stretch marks are often seen as unsightly, and that’s why people try so hard to avoid them. Everyone is familiar with stretch marks as a result of the rapid belly growth during pregnancy, and those stretch marks are often seen as a badge of honor – after all, they were acquired while a woman was growing a baby in that belly! But for men who have stretch marks on their member, it’s a bit of a different story. Men might dive into all sorts of strange male organ care rituals to get rid of them, and might wonder if they are normal.

What causes stretch marks?

Stretch marks are normally caused by the skin stretching and expanding. The aforementioned pregnancy is a good example. Other examples include bodybuilders who put on a lot of muscle quickly, kids going through puberty who grow very fast during a short period of time, or those who put on a great deal of weight over a short period.

However, stretch marks also seem to have a connection to cortisol, the stress hormone. The higher the cortisol levels, the more stretch marks a person is likely to have. Other hormones might also play a role.

Stretch marks can also appear on the member, thanks not only to hormonal changes, but to the simple act of the member growing and stretching with regular erections. There is nothing that can be done to stop this action, so therefore, many men who are prone to stretch marks – especially those who are under a lot of stress and have higher cortisol levels – are more likely to get those tiny marks on their member.

To sum it up, stretch marks on the body, including the member, are perfectly normal. Some men are more prone to them than others. Though they might mean a little higher stress level – something a man should definitely tackle if that’s the case – most stretch marks simply appear for no apparent reason beyond the normal stretching of the manhood skin.

What can be done about them?

Stretch marks on the manhood skin are usually there for good. Sure, there are expensive and painful laser treatments a man can go through to help make their appearance much less, but that is an option that most men won’t choose to pursue. Therefore, prevention of additional stretch marks is always the best bet.

How can a man prevent stretch marks? Here are a few ways:

– Don’t make rough play a habit. The rougher the play, the more likely a man will have damaged manhood skin, and that can lead to stretch marks. Always take care to touch the member with a gentle hand, and always avoid the ‘death grip’ during self-pleasuring.

– Use cream. Speaking of self-gratification, lubrication goes a long way toward maintaining good manhood skin health. A lubricant used every time forms a slick barrier between the roughness of the hand and the delicate skin of the member, thus possibly preventing irritations – including stretch marks.

– Avoid cortisone creams. Cortisone creams contain cortisol, which can break down the skin enough to lead to irritations, redness, soreness and yes, even stretch marks. Though there is always a time and place to use such medications, it should only be done when absolutely necessary and always upon the recommendation of a doctor.

– Use plenty of vitamin E and Shea butter. The hydration superpowers of Shea butter, combined with the soothing benefits of vitamin E, make a top-notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) a must for those who are worried about stretch marks. These ingredients keep hydration at a high level, which helps the manhood skin expand freely without pulling or cracking. Other ingredients, such as vitamins D and C, are known for their skin-soothing properties. A good crème might also help alleviate the appearance of stretch marks somewhat, thanks to all that serious hydration and better health.


Vitamin D: Good for Overall Health and Male Organ Health

Men who are on the lookout for the best member care practices shouldn’t just stop with the manhood – they need to look at overall health as well. A man’s overall health can greatly affect his male organ health, and vice versa. Therefore, certain nutrients are a must not only for ingestion, but for topical application, too. One of those very important nutrients is vitamin D.

What exactly is vitamin D?

Many have heard of vitamin D as a necessity for good health. Many foods and drinks – especially milk – are fortified with vitamin D. Other foods contain it naturally, such as salmon, cod liver oil and even portabella mushrooms.

Most vitamin D is made by the body, however, as a reaction to sunlight. That’s why at least a few minutes outside each day can help a man feel better in many ways, thanks to more than enough vitamin D coursing through his system.

Vitamin D is great for keeping bones healthy and strong. It helps enhance cellular function throughout the body, boosts the immune system and lifts a person’s mood. In fact, sometimes those who suffer from depression during the darker months of the year can benefit greatly from a supplemental dose of vitamin D to bring their levels back to normal.

A blood test can help determine if there are high enough levels of vitamin D in a person’s body. If not, a series of supplements can bring levels back to a healthy amount.

What does it do for male organ health?

That’s what vitamin D can do when ingested, but what does it do when applied topically? Any member heath crème worth its salt will contain vitamin D, which is then applied directly to the manhood skin. The advantages of this include allowing the vitamin D to soak into the skin, thus upping the benefits. And those benefits include:

1. Sensual Drive. Vitamin D and male hormone levels often go hand-in hand. When one is low, the other probably is, too. That’s because vitamin D is integral in the production of male hormone, which is necessary for sensual drive and all sorts of other sensual functions, such as getting tumescence.

2. Seed production. Seed counts are tied to the amount of vitamin D in the body; a healthy amount means a healthy seed count. This might also have something to do with the male hormone-vitamin D connection.

3. Seed quality. A lot of seed doesn’t mean much if it isn’t the high-quality seed necessary to impregnate a partner. Seed quality is always boosted by getting all the right vitamins, so it makes sense that vitamin D, applied topically and ingested orally, can help ensure those little swimmers are in good shape.

4. Genetic information. As the seed forms, genetic information is encoded. That is then carried to the egg, where it becomes half of what will eventually become the offspring. Vitamin D can help ensure that genetic information is seamless, that there are fewer possibilities for genetic issues, and that only the best seed get to the egg.

Those looking after their overall health, as well as their male organ health, can do so by ensuring they get the right mix of nutrients. This includes vitamin D and many of the other vitamins, nutrients and amino acids present in a top-notch manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). In addition to the wonders of the vitamin D “miracle,” men can also enjoy vitamin A for odor control, alphia lipoic acid to fight against free radicals that threaten to damage member skin, vitamin C for better blood flow, L carnitine for better sensation and of course, vitamin E and Shea butter for perfect hydration.


Everything a Man Needs to Know about Manhood Cancer

Fortunately, most men will never have to deal with manhood cancer. But even though the cases of manhood cancer are very rare, it’s such a frightening member problem that many men worry that they will be one of the unlucky ones to get the diagnosis. The good news is that regular member care can help a man spot the signs of manhood cancer very early, and that’s what matters most when it comes to getting treatment that can eradicate the cancer cells and make a man healthy again.

What are the most common factors in manhood cancer?

It’s important for a man to know what he needs to do to avoid manhood cancer. Though some cases happen no matter how good a man’s member care regimen might be, there are certain factors that make cancer of the member – and other cancers throughout the body – much more likely. These factors include:

– Men who smoke are at risk for many problems. That’s because smoking pulls carcinogens into the lungs, which then disperse through the body. It also affects the blood flow through the body, which in turn affects overall health, as well as male organ health.

– Bad hygiene. A man who doesn’t pay attention to hygiene is setting himself up for all sorts of nasty infections, including the possibility of manhood cancer down the road. A good cleaning every day is all it takes to keep the male organ healthier.

– Unprotected coupling. Many sensually shared diseases increase the odds of a man developing many male organ problems, including manhood cancer. Using a barrier protection every time can help cut down dramatically on the risks.

– Lack of vaccination. For man under the age of 26, it’s important to get a full course of the vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV). This virus leads to midsection warts, which can eventually lead to manhood cancer.

What are the symptoms of manhood cancer?

A man who is suffering from manhood cancer might notice slight symptoms at first. Any of these symptoms that appear suddenly or don’t go away with good member care measures require a visit to the doctor to rule out anything serious:

1. Unexplained swelling of the member that doesn’t seem to correspond with physical activity

2. A red rash or crusty bumps underneath the prepuce or on the head

3. Pain anywhere in the member that develops with no obvious reasons behind it

4. Any bleeding from the head of the member and the foreskin

5. A foul-smelling and persistent discharge that doesn’t respond to any sort of crèmes or other hygiene efforts

6. Thickening of the skin or changes in the way the skin feels when rubbed

7. Changes in color of the member (keep in mind that bruising or redness from a vigorous romp in the hay are normal and go away in a short time; this is not a sign of manhood cancer)

8. Sores or growths on the member that may develop on the shaft or the head

9. Growths or lesions on the member or underneath the prepuce that have a bluish tint

10. Swollen and tender lymph nodes, especially of those in the midsection.

Most men will never have to deal with manhood cancer, but keeping these symptoms in mind will help a guy know if he has a situation to worry about. If any of these symptoms are present and don’t go away almost immediately with excellent member care, a visit to the doctor is in order.

In the meantime, a man can make the most of topical application of high-powered ingredients in a fantastic male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can be applied. He should look for a crème that contains a plethora of vitamins and nutrients, including Shea butter and vitamin E for hydration and alpha lipoic acid to fight against the free radicals that can cause cancer in the body, including manhood cancer.


Bare Activities for Healthy Male Organ Skin

Good, healthy male organ skin makes a man’s member appear much more appealing to a potential partner – and it’s better for male organ health as well, of course. There are many things a man can do to attend to the health of his member skin, including keeping it well moisturized and away from harsh chemicals and ingredients. But another step a man can take is one of the easiest – simply letting the manhood air out. Engaging in simple activities while bare can be a plus for healthy manhood skin.

For centuries, experts have extolled the benefits of fresh air on general well-being, including its effect on skin health. In the 19th century, many people were proponents of “airbathing,” which is simply letting the body experience the natural breezes and sunshine of the outdoors. It’s believed that “airing out” can have benefits in terms of oxygenating the skin, improving blood circulation (which also benefits skin health) and allowing perspiration to remove waste products from the body into the air (rather than releasing them into clothing, where they then settle back down onto the skin). So allowing the male organ skin to also air out, whether indoors or outside, can be beneficial.


Clearly, all a man has to do to air out the member skin is walk around without clothing. But for those who want a little more activity while bare, the following are some options to consider. (Remember, with the member exposed, some basic caution may need to be taken to avoid damage from overexposure to light, contact with objects, etc.)

– Clean the house in the buff. As long as a guy is careful with the vacuum cleaner hose and the cleaning fluids, there’s no reason he can’t make his abode tidier and more livable while letting his manhood get some fresh air. As an added bonus, many partners find watching a man engage in housework while unclothed to be very sensual – often leading to a reward for a job well done.

– Play badminton. If the backyard has a reliable privacy fence, get out the net, rackets and birdies and see how well two eager partners can hit that shuttlecock. A couple of tips: Wearing sneakers may be a good idea to avoid falls. And don’t stay outside for very long in strong sunlight, as male organ skin burns easily.

– Or croquet. Pound a couple of poles into the ground, set up the wickets and get the balls rolling. As with badminton, shoes and limited exposure to harsh sunlight are suggested.

– Exercise. Whether doing yoga stretches, lifting weights or spinning, exercising in the buff has a special feeling to it. The ancient Greeks did it all the time – and who’s going to argue with the classics?

– Make music. Pick up that guitar that’s been gathering dust or sit down at the piano and see what comes back to you. Since music is essentially all about vibrations, it’s fun to see how the unclothed body experiences that vibrations and how it differs from when a person is clothed.

– Play poker. If all the players are bare, no one can be hiding any aces up their sleeves.

Spending time bare can benefit male organ skin, but those benefits will increase if a guy also regularly uses a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on his member. Male organ skin needs to be appropriately moisturized to be healthy, so select a crème that contains both a high-end emollient (Shea butter is an excellent one) and a natural hydrator (vitamin E is a fine choice). Member skin also can be harmed by the oxidative stress that free radicals can bring. A crème with a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, can provide the kind of protection delicate skin requires.


Diet and Male Organ Function May Be Related

There’s a lot of truth in the old adage “you are what you eat,” as it indicates that the food a person consumes has much more of an impact than simply sating the appetite. As surprising as it may seem, diet can indeed have an effect on a guy’s male organ health, including his member function. And since the manhood is one part of the body that a man clearly wants to keep functioning at the highest possible level, it’s worth looking at how diet might affect male organ function.

A study

Scientists recently conducted a study which was published in the journal Sensual Medicine Reviews. Entitled, “Diet and Men’s Sensual Health,” it looked at existing studies into this area published between 1977 and 2017 and aggregated the findings. They looked especially at various kinds of diets to determine if they seemed to have an impact on male organ function, male hormone levels, and male seed health. These studies indicated that men who had manhood function issues usually benefited from following a Mediterranean diet. Obese men who followed a non-Western diet also usually had improvements in male organ function due to the weight that they lost.

Which diet?

The various diets are basically defined as follows:

– Mediterranean. A diet in which there is an emphasis on fish, monosaturated fats, fruits, vegetables, nuts and whole grains.

– Western. In this diet, there’s more emphasis on red and processed meats, dairy, refined grains, and artificial sweeteners, and not much emphasis on fruits and vegetables.

– Paleolithic. Lean meats, fruits and vegetables are the mainstays of a Paleolithic diet. There is much less emphasis on dairy, sugar, salt and grains.

– Vegetarian/vegan. As the name implies, these are diets in which there are little or no animal products.

While these diets are presented in broad definitions, in general the diet which allows an individual man to be at his healthiest and at his most appropriate weight level and level of fitness is the diet that is best for him.

Beyond the kind of diet which impacts male organ function, there are some other dietary factors which come into play.

For example, excessive intake of alcohol is generally associated with poor male organ function. A moderate amount may prove beneficial to overall health, but too much alcohol is definitely a detriment to good sensual health.

By the same token, eating too much chocolate can lead to obesity, which is not good. But chocolate does have flavonoids, which can help to increase blood flow, which is essential for good male organ function. So consuming an appropriate quantity of chocolate may be good for some men. Watermelon also can be an aid in relaxing blood vessels.

Cashew nuts are high in zinc, and this can be a good thing for many men. Because zinc keeps male hormone from breaking down, consuming cashews may help to maintain male hormone at a higher level, which tends to keep the sensual drive up. Another good source of zinc: shitake mushrooms.

Sometimes it takes experimentation to learn exactly what parts of and kinds of a diet can impact a specific man’s member function. Another boost to better male organ health is the daily application of a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . Look for a crème that contains two key amino acids – L-arginine and L carnitine. L-arginine helps in the production of nitric oxide, which is part of the process by which male organ blood vessels remain open to increased blood flow. L carnitine is blessed with neuroprotective properties. When the member is handled too roughly, it can cause a loss of sensation – and L carnitine helps keep the manhood feeling properly sensitized.

Itchy Member Primer: Midsection Lice

Whether walking down the street or on a hot date with a partner he wants to impress, an itchy member is an inconvenience for any man. That insistent need to scratch can be embarrassing and makes a dude seem in serious need of a little chill. What’s even worse is when there is a real male organ health issue related to the itchy member – such as midsection lice. When these little invaders are present, a man wants to be sure to get rid of them as soon as possible.

About lice

Midsection lice are parasites that tend to gather in the midsection region. They are related to but not the same as head lice or body lice. (And they are not the same as the thousands of other species which, fortunately, affect animals rather than humans.) As the name suggests, head lice are found mainly on the head, usually in the scalp. They very rarely travel to other parts of the body. Body lice, in contrast, are usually found on clothing rather than on the body itself. When the clothing comes in contact with the body, they can cause itching, etc. And if that clothing is in the midsection area, body lice can create an itchy member.

But the vast majority of the time, when lice are causing an itchy member, it’s due to midsection lice.

Midsection lice

Midsection lice are colloquially known as crabs. That’s because, if using a magnifying glass or microscope to see them (they’re only 1-2 mm long), they do resemble crabs. They like hairy places and tend to either attach themselves on midsection hairs or on the skin near or attached to such hairs.

Unfortunately, midsection lice are very common, with about 3,000,000 cases every year in the United States. On the plus side, while they are uncomfortable and undesirable, midsection lice are not dangerous.

There are three phases to midsection lice:

1) The egg (or nit), which is oval shaped, yellowish or white, and attaches to midsection hair. Nits hatch in about 6-10 days.

2) The nymph. This early stage of the louse grows in 2-3 weeks. Its diet is blood, which it gets from its host.

3) The adult. Usually tan or greyish white, the adult also feeds on blood. Without a host, an adult louse dies within a couple of days.

As mentioned, midsection lice don’t spread disease, but they do itch like mad. Often a man can scratch so much that he damages his skin, which can in turn lead to an infection.

Spread through contact

Midsection lice are spread through contact, most often sensual. When a person has sensual activity with a person with lice, some lice or eggs may get transferred to the partner from skin rubbing against skin. However, sometimes a person contracts midsection lice from other sources, such as bedsheets, towels, or clothing.


Men with an itchy member due to midsection lice should consult a doctor for treatment recommendations. Special shampoos and medications are typically recommended for killing existing lice on the body. Nits can be resistant to medication and may need to be removed manually. In addition, it is usually necessary to take steps to remove lice which may have fallen off. Thoroughly washing bedsheets, clothing, and towels is necessary; items which cannot be machine washed may need to be dry cleaned.

Midsection lice not only cause an itchy member but can result in damaged manhood skin due to scratching. Application of a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help restore damaged skin. The best crème will contain a combination of moisturizers, such as a high-end emollient (like Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E). Together, they can rejuvenate damaged skin. To keep free radical damage from vulnerable skin, select a crème that also includes a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid.