Into Kink - Ensure Male Organ Health by Telling Doctor

Into Kink? Ensure Male Organ Health by
Telling Doctor
Even before the massive popularity of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” more and
more people were becoming a bit more open about the possibility that they
involve kink in some aspect of their sensual lives. Nevertheless, kink is still
an area of sensuality that is often not discussed and about which many
people harbor negative feelings – guilt or shame for some who enjoy
partaking of it, derision or scorn from some who think it odd. Yet men who
are into kink need to be forthcoming about it at least in one situation – when
discussing male organ health with their doctor. (And by the same token,
women need to be similarly open in discussions with their doctors.)
What exactly is meant by kink? In the broadest sense, kink refers to some
form of sensual activity or interest that would not be considered normal. The
problem, of course, is that what is sensually normal varies from person to
person and from time period to time period. Thus, some people would find
sensual role playing to be a kink and others wouldn’t. In general, however, it
is agreed that some forms of sensual activity – role play, sadism, masochism,
submission/domination, fetishes – typically fall into the realm of kink.
Because people are a bit reticent about sensual activity in general and even
less forthcoming about kink, knowing exactly how many people include
some form of kink in their sensual lives is difficult to ascertain. However,
some studies suggest that about 25-30% of the adult population in the United
States has engaged in kink.
Male organ health
And yet studies also indicate that less than half of those who enjoy kink
report this to their physicians. Yet, doctors need to know such details when
assessing a man’s male organ health.
For example, some men enjoy situations in which their manhood and/or
sacks are “tortured” to some degree. This may involve the manhood and/or
sacks being slapped, whipped, spanked, pierced, caged, twisted, punched,
tied up, squeezed, put in a vise-like device, stretched, or otherwise treated in
a way that can potentially have consequences. This can lead to bruises, tears,
cuts, abrasions, and other problems. If a doctor knows of a man’s fondness
for such activities, he can learn if they are responsible for signs of physical
wear and tear and can also discuss how such activities might otherwise
impact male organ health and what a man might want to consider to keep
male organ health intact.
Similarly, a man with a foot fetish should let his doctor know this, especially
of part of that fetish involves rubbing his manhood against a bare foot. The
doctor may want to advise him that some foot issues, such as athlete’s foot,
might spread to the member through such contact. Those who utilize latex
underwear or other clothing should be on the lookout for any signs of a
possible allergic reaction to latex, or to the possibility that the higher levels
of heat generated by latex might lead to a male organ rash.
Whatever kinks he may be in to, advising his physician gives the doctor
information – and doctor would rather have too much rather than too little
information when helping to maintain a patient’s health.
Maintaining overall male organ health at an acceptable level also helps
strengthen the equipment against possible damage from a kink. Therefore,
daily application of a superior male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven
mild and safe for skin) is encouraged. For best results, take the time to read
the ingredients and select a crème that includes both a high end emollient
(such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). this will
create a moisturization shield to better lock in hydration. The best crème will
also contain vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, which is a vital
nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy