Some Less-Scary Causes of a Discolored Male Organ

Some Less-Scary Causes of a Discolored
Male Organ
When a man looks down and sees a rainbow of colors, it’s generally not a
happy moment. In fact, it’s usually a pretty scary one. However, while there
are a few serious causes of concern, the most common causes are all pretty
harmless if just a bit uncomfortable or inconvenient. Thankfully, many of
them can be treated easily. Here are eight of the less-scary causes of a
discolored male organ.
1. The Zipper Incident – Most men experience once or a million times
in their lives, especially when going commando. It’s one of the top
reasons for discoloration. This accidental catch of the worm can cause
a red, blue, or purple member discoloration and potentially a tear in
the skin. Ice it (gently) to reduce inflammation and disinfect if the
teeth left a mark.
2. Post-Pleasure Flush – Post lovemaking or loving oneself, the
member can flush red or purple as blood holds there before making its
decline back into the body.
3. Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation – During puberty, men and
woman produce excess hormones, which excites the melanocytes, the
skin cells that cause pigmentation. This can result in a darker member
discoloration in the entire sensual organ area for men. While it can be
aesthetically undesirable to a man, it poses no health concern. Men
who don’t like it can see a doctor for Retinol, laser resurfacing, or
even microdermabrasion to reduce the darkness.
4. Lax Hygiene – If a member isn’t clean and dry most of the time, it is
vulnerable to bacteria, infection, and fungus. It shows its displeasure
by turning an angry red and can do any of the following: peel, produce
excess smegma, get inflamed, and cause other issues like fiery
urination and general discomfort. The fix is easy: wash it and wash it
well. Use gentle cleanser, warm water, and care. Keep doing that until
it goes away. And then keep doing it until the end of time to prevent it
from happening again.
5. Just a Bruise – It can happen in sports, hitting the edge of a desk, or
from a particularly athletic intimate session; the member can get
bruised. Simply treat it tenderly and gently ice it to relieve the
swelling. If the bruise starts to pool blood, go to a hospital because it
might be a hematoma, which is much more serious.
6. Latex Allergy – A quarter of all adults in the United States are
allergic to latex protection, and a discolored male organ is one of the
common symptoms. If experiencing member discoloration and rashlike symptoms, a man should gently, but thoroughly clean the area
and potentially take an antihistamine to help. He should then be sure
to follow up with his doctor for an allergy test. Thankfully, there are
many alternatives to latex protection so safe intimacy can always be
7. Allergic Reaction – Other allergic reactions are also common,
especially from things like body wash, lotion, and laundry detergent.
If a man hasn’t changed anything on his end, he should check with his
partner to see if they have. Relief can be found as mentioned in #6
8. Manhood Melanosis – A harmless skin condition, it produces small
patches of darkened skin on the shaft or head of the member. It
happens when melanin accumulates in concentrated deposits on the
surface of the skin. There’s no treatment necessary for this condition,
but a doctor can recommend removal options if a man wants to make
a change.
Preventing Member Discoloration
Treat the member right and treat it gently! Wear protective gear when
playing sports or being athletic. Also, try to avoid any rough rights or lefts
when being intimate as it can cause injury. When engaging in a little selfpleasure, be sure not to invoke death grip, as it can lead to friction causing
discoloration and nerve damage.
In addition to the above, be sure to follow a hygiene regimen to keep the
member spotless, vigorous, and protected. Wash regularly and meticulously
with a gentle cleanser, being sure to clean all the folds and crevices and
rinsing well. Follow up cleansing with a specially formulated member health
creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been
clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to calm and relieve the skin.