Male Organ Pain After Oral Sensual Activity: Urethritis?

Being forced to bear some very much organized oral sexy action is a fantasy for pretty much every man, and why not? He gets most extreme joy from least (as in, zero) exertion. What's more, for folks who are worried about male organ wellbeing, oral erotic movement has a tendency to be considerably more secure than female organ arousing delight. However, a person may at present create male organ torment a while later, and on the off chance that he does it might be an update there are dangers of spreading disease from oral erotic action. For instance, the wellspring of that male organ torment could be urethritis. 

Urethritis 

What is urethritis? Basically, it just means the urethra - the tube that associates the bladder to the part and fills in as the "escape valve" for pee - has built up an irritation. Most instances of urethritis are brought about by microbes; sometimes they come to fruition because of erotic action. In such cases, they are viewed as a social sickness - and such would be the situation if a man contracted urethritis from an accomplice giving him oral erotic movement. 

Now and again, a person can have urethritis without any side effects. All the more much of the time, in any case, a person encounters any of various side effects, including: 

- A release (regularly yellow to chestnut, and some of the time joined by blood) while urinating; 

- A consuming sensation while urinating, regularly incorporated close to the tip of the masculinity; 

- Itchiness in the individuals (more so than expected); 

- Heaviness in the sacks. 

Frequently the uneasiness from pee can create a male organ torment that is huge and exceptional.

Oral sensual activity connection

As mentioned, bacteria are the cause of urethritis. Until 2006, oral sensual activity was not considered a viable method of urethritis transmission, but an article in the Journal of Infectious Diseases changed that. This article was based on a study of 636 men. Of the 636 men, 307 of them did not have urethritis; 329 did, and it was determined the urethritis was not related to gonorrhea (a common co-morbidity). The doctors then looked into the differences between the two. They found some of the men with urethritis had contracted it from oral sensual activity - and that it developed from bacteria that are fairly commonly found in the mouth but that are not as commonly associated with urethritis.

Interestingly, it does not seem to be the case that bacteria passed on during cunnilingus causes urethritis in women, although the reasons for this are unclear.
Urethritis

Prevention

Since the bacteria involved are common ones not associated with sensual activity, it’s difficult to determine how to prevent transmission (other than through oral activity abstinence, of course). Wearing a latex barrier when receiving oral pleasure is one way, however.

In the absence of preventive measures, men may just need to be more aware of the risk of contracting urethritis from oral sensual activity and undergo frequent testing - and definitely get tested if they experience male organ pain at any time after receiving oral sensual activity. (It may take some days for the inflammation to make itself felt.)

Oral sensual activity can result in some male organ pain for reasons other than urethritis, of course. If there is too much "tooth action" or if the member becomes sore from overuse, soothing relief may be obtained from application of a first level male organ health crème ( health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin ). Manhood skin often feels raw after lengthy or aggressive sensual activity, so using a crème with a combination of moisturizing superstars (think Shea butter and vitamin E) can provide the rehydration the skin desires. It also helps if the crème contains alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that battles the free radicals that cause oxidative stress to sensitive male organ cells. And a crème that contains a range of vitamins (A, B5, C, and D) is well positioned to boost overall manhood health.

Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.

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