For the Ladies How to Spot Manhood Problems
When a man is going to bed for the first time with an eager partner, many things are going through his mind. He’s probably quite confident in the fact that he chose great member care leading up to the encounter, and thus has few worries about how his manhood will look and perform. However, a new partner is understandably not as sure, as they are in a position of wanting to enjoy the equipment (and the man attached to it!) while protecting themselves from the potential for socially shared infections.
Therefore, this guide is intended for the ladies – those partners who want to enjoy the new man in their life, whether for a single evening or for a lifetime. In today’s world, no one can be too careful about taking care of their own health. These tips can help ensure that they spot any manhood problems as soon as possible, and thus can help protect themselves.
1. It starts with the attitude. Ensuring good sensual health begins even before the clothes come off. It starts when a woman asks a man about his intimate history and listens carefully to his answers. If a man doesn’t want to talk about it, that’s a big red flag. An answer like that requires a woman to take a step back and reconsider her desire to be with this particular guy.
2. Ensure good lighting. Assuming the vibe is one that satisfies her, a woman should then make sure that any sensual activity is happening in a room with adequate lighting – in fact, natural lighting is best. This allows a woman to look over a man’s equipment as she engages in pre-coupling action, thus giving her an opportunity to inspect the male organ skin for any bumps, warts or other problems that might indicate a health issue.
3. Take the time to explore. As a man gets hard, a woman should pay attention to what’s happening with the member. Manhood problems might present as lesions on the skin, dark bruises, bumps, rashes, warts or anything else that makes a woman feel a little wary of getting too close. If something like that is found, she should feel free to back away from the act and head for the door.
4. Don’t stop with the male organ skin. Though how the skin looks matters, that’s not the only thing that does. She should look around the midsection as well; keep in mind that some problems, such as herpes, might show up in areas near the member, such as the inner thighs or upper rear. She can also look for discharge by sliding her thumb up the shaft to the urethra, looking for drops that might indicate an infection (excluding seed, of course).
5. Always use a barrier protection. No matter how clean and fit a man’s male organ skin looks, covering it up with a latex protection is an absolute must. Many socially shared infections don’t show any signs at all, or might show signs only during times of active outbreaks. Therefore, barrier protections are always the way to go – and if a man refuses to use one, that’s the biggest red flag of all.
If a man wants to present a handsome member that any woman will admire, he should make a point of using a daily member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A crème that contains Shea butter and vitamin E can’t be beat for the hydration. A man can also look to crèmes that contain vitamin A, which fights against the bacteria that can cause undesirable member odor. These ingredients, combined with others that promote good member health, can work wonders for a man who wants to impress his partner.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com 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.
by: John Dugan