Article published by : John Dugan on Saturday, June 24, 2017

Category : Health & Fitness

Unusual Itchy Member Causes

All men know what it’s like to have an itchy member. No matter how much attention is paid to male organ health, the occasional (at least) scratch is required down below. Jock itch, scabies, thrush, harsh soap – guys know the list of usual suspects. But what about unusual causes of an itchy member, the ones that are a little off the beaten path? It doesn’t hurt to know about those as well.

To some degree, anything that causes an itchy skin reaction anywhere on the body can theoretically result in an itchy member. So with that in mind, here are some unusual sources of rashing and itchiness.

• Leather. Yes, it’s true. Some people do have an allergic reaction to leather and it can result in contact dermatitis – sometimes a pretty bad case of it. To be totally accurate, the allergic reaction is not so much to the leather itself as it is to chemicals that are used in the tanning process. This should only be an itchy member problem for men who have a leather sensual obsession. Those who like to wear leather underwear or who enjoy the feel of a leather whip on their manhood and sacks may find that an itchy member is the cost of indulging in their fantasies. Antihistamines usually can help clear the rash up.

• Chlorine. Technically, a reaction to chlorine is not an allergy but is considered instead irritant dermatitis, and the result is the same: a lot of itchy bumps. Swimsuits provide some protection for the member – but, on the other hand, they keep the male organ in contact with chlorine that has soaked into the fabric after a guy leaves the pool.

• Plain old water. A very rare condition (thankfully), people with a water allergy develop a severe case of hives after being in water for a relatively short amount of time. The hives can appear anywhere on the body, including the manhood.

• Sunshine. People with a solar allergy really need to stay out of the strong sun. A mere half hour can result in a bad case of hives. That’s bad news for any guy with a desire to live life as a nudist – or who just wants to show off his endowment at a clothing optional beach.

• Nickel. There’s something about the metal nickel that causes rashing and itchiness in a small set of people. Nickel isn’t found just in the coin that bears its name but in all coins. It’s a popular part of many metals, so it could mean that guys who prefer a metal manhood ring or manhood piercings may end up with an itchy member situation that they’d rather avoid. Also, zippers typically contain nickel, so going commando may result in an uncomfortable member itch.

• Pollinated fruit. Pollen allergies are actually pretty common, but many people don’t realize that fruit that gets pollinated – such as peaches, apples, pears, oranges, melons, and bananas – can also bring forth a reaction. How does this relate to an itchy member? Some men do enjoy cutting a hole in a melon and using it as a self-pleasuring tool, and some couples enjoy applying juicy fruits to a partner’s midsection and then feasting on it. So guys with pollen allergies may want to make sure the items have been thoroughly washed.

There are more unusual potential causes for an itchy member – far too many to list. But the takeaway is that guys need to be aware of any potential allergic reactions and that they should always use a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to keep the manhood healthy and better able to withstand any issues. Use a crème with vitamin C, which gives male organ skin tone and elasticity (and also is needed for proper member blood flow). The crème should also include vitamin B5 (aka pantothenic acid), a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

Visit for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving member 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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