Manhood Sensitivity and Prepuce Restoration
There has been a debate raging over the past few decades about the common practice of circumcision for infant boys. Those who promote the practice believe it leads to better hygiene later in life. But those who are against it point out that the loss of prepuce can mean significant loss of sensation. Even the best male organ care might not be enough to allow a circumcised man to feel the intense sensations that uncircumcised men do.
But besides the desire to improve manhood sensitivity, many see prepuce restoration as a good way to right the ‘wrong’ done to those who are circumcised long before they are old enough to make the decision for themselves. There are several ways to go about prepuce restoration; we’ll talk about some of the most popular, as well as what a man can expect from manhood sensitivity if he chooses to go this route.
Prepuce restoration options
Ultimately, there are two options for restoration: Surgical and non-surgical. The surgical route involves grafting tissues from other parts of the body, such as the sacks, onto the member to elongate the skin that is already there behind the head. The result is a member that looks and acts as though it is uncircumcised, but the jury is still out on whether it really improves member sensation. That’s why many doctors recommend the non-surgical options.
Non-surgical options usually include some sort of traction device or weighted device that pulls the skin down over the head. It works very slowly. During the time a man is using it, the body generates new cells that allow the skin to be pulled farther down over the head. Eventually, a man might have enough skin to cover the head and make it appear that he still has his natural prepuce. The level of patience and dedication must be very strong for a man to make this a viable option.
What does it all mean for manhood sensitivity?
For most men, the heightened manhood sensitivity that comes from having a prepuce stems from the fact that the prepuce covers the head, thus protecting it from the harsh environment around it. A man with an uncircumcised member has that gentle layer of protection between the most sensitive part of his member and the underwear, trousers, and any other material that might come into contact with it. The result is an area much more sensitive to touch.
How does a prepuce restoration help? Over time, the skin that covers the head allows it to lose some of the ‘toughness’ it developed over the years of being touched by underwear and other materials. This, in turn, allows the member sensation to come back, making a man much more sensitive. Other options to make this happen do exist in the form of an artificial prepuce, which is simply the use of a very soft, pliable cover that attaches to the head of the member with gentle pressure (such as a Velcro closure), which keeps the head encased in a warm, slightly moist environment that mimics what a real prepuce would do.
When a man is considering prepuce restoration, he should always do thorough research and consult with his doctor about ways to regain manhood sensitivity. He should also make good use of a daily male organ 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 go a long way toward keeping skin smooth and supple, ready for the lightest touch. A crème that contains L-carnitine can also be helpful in preventing peripheral nerve damage that can result from excessive handling, exposure to environmental issues and much more.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. 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