Male Organ Rash - Sign of HIV

Male Organ Rash: Sign of HIV?
Ah, there’s nothing quite like being a sensually active male, enjoying the
benefits of having one’s member pleasured regularly and frequently – and,
for some guys, from a wide variety of partners. Of course, when a guy is
sensually active, and especially when he has more than one partner, there
also are male organ health issue to be concerned about, including the scary
possibility of contracting HIV. Thus, men need to be on the lookout for signs
associated with HIV – including a male organ rash.
The male organ rash
Of course, not every male organ rash is a sign that a man may have
contracted HIV from a partner. There are many, many different causes of
male organ rash, including simple dry skin; eczema; psoriasis; an allergic
reaction; scabies; balanitis; and quite a few others. But many times (though
not always) a person who has been infected with HIV will experience a male
organ rash.
In point of fact, the HIV-related rash may not always be a male organ rash,
or may not be relegated to just the manhood. It can appear almost anywhere
on the body, although it most often is on the upper part rather than the legs
or feet.
What does it look like? In most cases, the rash associated with an HIV
infection is seen as a flat red patch of skin, within which may be tiny bumps.
This rash usually appears between 2 and 4 weeks after a person has become
infected; typically it stays around for 1 – 2 weeks.
It is also very common for the male organ rash to be itchy (which, of course,
guys don’t find at all annoying.) It may also be tender or painful – and if
scratched too often or too hard, could become infected itself.
Other symptoms
The rash may (or may not) be accompanied by other symptoms, which can
include a fever or chills; tiredness of fatigue; swollen glands; sore throat;
and pains, especially in the joints and muscles. Observant readers may
notice that these symptoms are associated with other conditions, including
the flu. This can complicate identifying a case of HIV – which is why a
doctor should be consulted. They will most likely ask you questions about
your pleasure activity and if it seems that HIV (or another sensualtransmitted infection is the likely cause, they will order further tests. Usually
a blood test is involved, which helps to determine whether HIV is present.
HIV, of course, is a very serious condition, one which most men wish to
avoid. It is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system, seriously
weakening it and leaving one increasingly vulnerable to strong reactions to
infections. In its most severe form, HIV is known as AIDS, and can leave a
person open to fatal reactions to infections and diseases.
Fortunately, there have been many advances made in the treatment of AIDS.
If a person is diagnosed early and begins treatment early, his chances of
surviving are greatly improved.
However, early identification is crucial – so anyone who suspects he may
have HIV, whether due to the presence of a male organ rash or not, should
see a doctor. Sensual active men, especially those with many partners,
should be tested for HGIV (and other sensual-transmitted infections)
regularly, often every three months.
The male organ rash that may accompany HIV can be itchy and painful, so it
pays to make use of a first rate male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven
mild and safe for skin) regularly. When the crème has a combination of
first class moisturizers, such as shea butter and vitamin E, it can help create
a moisture “lock” which can alleviate some of the itchiness associated with a
male organ rash. The crème should also include vitamin D, the so-called
“miracle vitamin” which has proven benefits in fighting diseases and
supporting healthy cellular function.