Article published by : John Dugan on Thursday, March 23, 2017

Category : Health & Fitness

Male Organ Pain: Are Barrier Protections to Blame?

The smart man knows that good member care takes into account everything that affects the manhood, whether inside the bedroom or out of it. That includes being very safe in all intimate matters. Men know that a new partner means wrapping things up, so to speak – the use of a barrier protection in intimate activity is the basis of good member care and consideration for the partner. But what happens when the use of the barrier protection causes male organ pain?

Why barrier protections might cause male organ pain

The most basic protection is the simple barrier with nothing more than a touch of standard lubricant. Most men use this type of barrier protection with great success. There are many sizes of barrier protection available, as well as thicknesses. That means a man who is of average size can find a barrier protection that fits him, just as a man with a wider girth can purchase the right size for comfort.

But sometimes a man makes do with what he has handy, and that might not be a barrier protection that fits properly. Some men find the standard protection size doesn’t work for them, but until they can get back to the store and buy the ones that do, they choose to go with the smaller version. This is a much tighter fit, and it becomes evident when male organ pain results from the use. Besides that, using a barrier protection that is too small can lead to the long-term pain of socially shared infections, as the protection is much more likely to break.

A man might also find that the lubricants used in some barrier protections don’t set well with his delicate manhood skin. This problem becomes evident with not only male organ pain, but itching, irritation, and even swelling or lesions on the manhood. A man with an allergy to lubricants should always choose plain barrier protections, and apply lubricant himself if he knows of one that doesn’t affect his skin in an adverse way.

Besides the basic barrier protection, a man who walks on the wild side might experiment with a variety of newer protections that offer all sorts of perks. Barrier protections created with certain lubricants designed to give a little ‘tingle’ are popular, as are those with a variety of flavorings. Just as a man might be allergic to certain lubricants, he might also be allergic to the ingredients that create those colors and flavors.

A man might even enjoy the use of a glow-in-the-dark version or one that has a tiny intimate toy attached. In the case of tiny toys, such as an attached vibrating device, a man might find that he suffers from residual male organ pain after playing with these little enhancements.

How to alleviate male organ pain

A man who notices male organ pain after intimacy should examine his protection carefully. If he finds that the barrier protection is too tight or too big, it’s time to find another size. A man who notices skin irritation, lesions or a manhood rash might be dealing with lubrication issues; he can look for barrier protection that has no added ingredients. And finally, a man who has manhood redness and irritation might be looking at a latex allergy; if that is the case, barrier protections made without latex will be right for him.

The manhood that has been damaged by barrier protection use might need some extra moisture. That can be had with a great member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A man should look for a crème that contains soothing Shea butter, hydrating vitamin E, retinol for anti-aging and alpha lipoic acid, which is great for easing the damage that can be caused by manhood irritation.

Visit for additional information on most common member health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.


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