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Hi I feel some weakness in erection. I heard about a oil. So can I apply sesame oil with clove on my penis for better blood circulation. Is it good? Or please suggest me something for harder and longer erection like any food or any exercise or any tips. Apart from that I don't have any problem with my body. No acidity problem, Nothing. Don't drink alcohol or not smoking. Please help me. Thank-you soo much.
In recent years, some papers and magazines have reported an encouraging theory concerning itchy penis problems. Maintaining good penis health helps avoid this problem, but even the most hygienic man still suffers from an itchy penis occasionally. Anything that helps decrease the chance of an itchy male appendage is welcome news. But is there truth to this particular theory, which holds that the increasing popularity of pubic hair shaving is impacting the need to scratch?
An old custom
Of course, people have been de-nuding their nether regions for centuries, with it documented at least as far back as the ancient Egyptians. But, if "trend" stories can be believed, it does seem that there has been an upturn in the amount of pubic shaving in recent years, in both women and men.
But why should removing pubic hair have a positive impact on an itchy penis? There are two general lines of thought in this area.
One, by shaving away the pubic hair, a man is "cooling off" his midsection a bit. Less heat generates less sweat, which in turn brings less bacteria. Bacteria cause rashes and irritation that initiate the need to itch.
Two, shaving not only shaves away any pubic lice which might be in the area (and responsible for some of the most persistent genital itching), it also removes their "habitat" and thus keeps them from returning to create problems anew.
These are good explanations. Unfortunately, there are some flaws in this reasoning which may impact how much good shaving might do.
So what are the flaws in the arguments in favor of pubic shaving to reduce the likelihood of an itchy penis?
Starting with the "cooling off" theory, there is definitely some validity to it. A shorn manhood area is indeed cooler, and therefore may reduce sweat-related itchiness. However, some men find that the act of shaving actually enhances itchiness, from cuts or scrapes. Waxing may eliminate this, but even then the absence of a thatch of hair removes a protective layer from the skin. Exposed, it may react negatively from rubbing against underwear or trousers, or to chemicals in soaps, cleansers and detergents. So it seems that for some men there is a trade-off which may negate the anti-itching gains experienced.
What about the lice issue? Indeed, one reason why shaving in far-ago Egypt was popular was the belief that it helped eliminate nasty crabs. And it is true that shaving (or even better still, waxing) is likely to remove some of the nasty little buggers from the skin. However, it is not likely to remove them all. Certainly reducing the number of pubic lice present would help to reduce itching, but it would not eliminate it. More importantly, the lice left behind would continue to reproduce. Reducing pubic lice is good, but ultimately a man really needs to take steps to get rid of them entirely.
Basically, shaving may play a role in diminishing the problem of an itchy penis, but more conclusive steps may need to be taken to truly address the issue. Certainly using a superior penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to help maintain the overall health of the penis should be part of any battle against an itchy penis. Itchiness is often related to the general health of the penis skin. Using a crème that can create a moisture lock by combining a high-end emollient (like Shea butter) with a powerful hydrator (like vitamin E) is one way to keep the penis hydrated and supple. For extra help, be sure the crème also includes vitamin C; as a key component of collagen, vitamin C gives needed tone and elasticity to penis skin.
I am little prone to junk food. N no addiction of alcohol or cigarette. But m havn low sperm count. please help.
Respected doc I am surfing from throat infection and lump in throat. And some pain. So doc please help me in this.
I have hair fall from past 3 months, my hair goes white from both sides and l have itchy scalp, please suggest what are the shampoo or medicine would l take?
I have facing this problem from last 5-8 days. There is a pain inside my penis and some time some yellow liquid comes from inside. Can you please guide me.
I have erectile dysfunction problem some times during intercourse. I don't feel that much sexual feelings now.
Am 18 years old, am going to gym since last six months and I am getting strong but can't see muscles am just getting bigger everyday, what can I do to become lean and fit.
What can we add in milk while drinking to get fair complexion please something that will not cause pimples.
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