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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.penishealth101.com. 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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Penis Sleeve – Sex Toy for New Sensations

Sep 22nd 2015 at 7:03 PM

When it comes to penis size, men have what they have. Unless a man is willing to seek out surgery, that’s not going to change. Fortunately, most of men’s anxieties concerning length or girth are unfounded; they are plenty capable of pleasing a partner. Men who know this understand that maintaining penis health, along with focusing on technique, are the things that really matter. Still, a man who is perfectly satisfied with what he’s got, or a partner who is likewise satisfied with what a man is packing, may be intrigued by the prospect of different sensations with the same partner. Such individuals may be interested in implementing a penis sleeve during sex, which adds to the length, girth and/or shape of the penis.

The following information will help orient men to this new world of penis sleeves.

What is it?

The penis sleeve is a device that fits over the penis and can be worn during sex. There are many designs, sizes and materials to choose from. Some add significant length or girth, whereas others only slightly alter these specs.

Some penis sleeves come with textures, such as “veins,” bumps or soft, flexible “spikes.”

Shapes of penis sleeves vary as well. Some may be very realistic-looking, while others may have exaggerated or interestingly-shaped heads.

When choosing a sleeve, look at what it’s made of. Some plastic varieties contain phthalates, chemicals that may be hazardous to people’s health, and these should be avoided.

Why use one?

There are many reasons a couple may choose to employ a penis sleeve.

Men who have difficulty achieving or maintaining erections can provide partners with penetrative pleasure by using a sleeve; men may also find this highly enjoyable. (Note: Those with erectile dysfunction should seek counsel from a doctor to try to determine the root cause.)

Sometimes, a partner would just like a different sensation with the same man. Men, don’t panic if a partner broaches the subject; it doesn’t necessarily mean the partner is dissatisfied. Newness is just exciting.

Other times, the man himself is the one who desires to mix it up a bit. He may find it mentally stimulating to penetrate his lover deeper or open his partner wider. Another thing to consider is that wearing a sleeve tends to reduce sensation for a man – not completely, but a bit; while this may be inhibitive for men with difficulties staying hard, for those who are prone to finishing quickly, it can be a real boon.

Where to begin?

If a man is pitching the idea to his partner, it may be best to propose starting with a sleeve that resembles the real thing and doesn’t add drastically to the length or girth one already has.

Whether or not a partner wants to get interesting with textures and shapes is a purely individual matter. Discuss every aspect of the sleeve with one’s partner; it may be wise to pick one out together as well to make sure everyone involved is on board and ready to experiment before making the investment.

Any cautions?

Don’t assume that a penis sleeve doubles as a condom. Some may be made of materials too porous to block transmission of sperm or viruses. Read instructions carefully.

Men should be sure to follow cleaning instructions for their particular sleeves. Washing is highly important.

Guys should also be mindful of any effects the sleeve may have on their penises. Some men may notice a bit of irritation from using a sleeve, particularly on the head of the penis. This can be managed by using a penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) daily. Such a crème contains natural moisturizers (Shea butter and vitamin E) that hydrate the skin, leaving it more resilient to the assault of friction. This is especially useful at a time when a man may be having more sex than usual, thanks to his fun new toy.

 

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy penis. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites. 

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