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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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Sore Penis from Sex: Getting the Member to Feel Happy Again

Jul 29th 2015 at 7:43 PM

A hot and sweaty evening spent in bed (or on the floor or anywhere else conducive to really good sex) produces a big smile on a man's face. Unfortunately, after the fun is over, it can in some cases also produce an incredibly sore penis. Since proper penis care is crucial, it's important that a man take steps to help reduce the soreness and get the organ back in good working condition so that more fun can be had as soon as possible.

Why does this happen?

It seems unfair that a man should come down with a sore penis just from using his manhood for its intended purpose – but that's what often does occur. And there can be several reasons for it.

- Lack of use. One of the more common reasons for post-sex penile soreness is simply because the member has not been put into action – either partner-based or solo – for some time. The penis is not a muscle, but it behaves the way muscles do when they are used after a too-long period of rest: by becoming sore. The popular phrase "use it or lose it" is especially true where the penis is concerned.

- Unexpected positioning. Another possible cause of a sore penis is the utilization of an unfamiliar position. Trying new sexual positions can be exciting and can add significantly to the thrill of an experience. Unfortunately, it can sometimes result in the penis being used in a manner or at an angle that, while exciting, feels a little "strange." It may place strain on the organ, resulting in a degree of soreness.

- Overextended use. Good sex does not always mean marathon sex. Indeed, sometimes a "quickie" can be among the best sexual experiences a couple encounters. However, sex that lasts for a considerable length of time, while definitely enjoyable, may make for a very sore post-coital manhood. Even when well lubricated throughout, the amount of friction involved causes wear and tear all over the penis. In the heat of the moment, as the man is relishing the sensual thrills involved, he may not notice just how overwrought his member is becoming. But soon after his final orgasm, the pain may make itself felt all too much.

What to do

If actual pain occurs during sexual activity, it's important that a man cease, even if the activity is incomplete on the part of one or both partners.

For common penile soreness, there are a few things a man should do:

Rest. Sorry to say, but if the penis is too sore for sex, a man needs to simply say no – even if his manhood is aroused and is asking him to reconsider. A little self-control is necessary sometimes.

Bare it all. A sore member is going to be rather tender, so a guy should try to find some alone time when he can let it all hang out. If the sore member isn't rubbing against fabric, it will heal more quickly. Plus, the fresh air can simply be good for the penis, whether it's healing or not.

Use a reliable crème. A sore penis from vigorous sex (or from many other causes) needs the benefits of a top-notch penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil).  Look for a crème that has Shea butter, a high-end emollient, and vitamin E, a natural hydrator; together, these ingredients not only moisturize the skin (which is badly needed after a friction-filled bout of sex) but also strengthen the skin and help speed the repair process. The crème must also contain vitamin C, as this ingredient is essential for collagen production, which aids in penile tissue firmness. Vitamins and amino acids that help repair and restore damaged penis skin will play a big role in easing soreness and getting the penis back in good, healthy shape so that it's ready for further activity.

 

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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