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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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The Erect Penis and Back Pain: Best Sex Positions

Sep 25th 2014 at 6:50 PM

An erect penis demands to be satisfied, as every man well knows; unfortunately, sometimes the rest of the body isn't cooperative. For example, sometimes back pain prevents a man from giving his erect penis the kind of partner-based satisfaction that it craves. While adequate penis health can address a number of sexual activity issues, men with back pain will have to take additional measures to get things going in the bedroom.

Back Pain

Many men experience back pain to varying degrees for a wide range of reasons. Sometimes the soreness results simply from using the muscles in the back, or a portion of the back, in a way that is unfamiliar. Other times there may be a more serious reason for the back pain, such as a herniated disc. If a man experiences excruciating back pain, or if a low level of pain persists for an extended period of time, he should pay a visit to his physician to determine the cause and to see if any special treatment may be called for.

Sex Positions

Partner-based sex, as most men know, requires at least a minimum of full-body involvement. In many positions, the man is called upon to forcefully thrust his hips back and forth, an action which may be made difficult if his back is sore or stiff. Therefore, the gentleman whose back is giving him troubles may need to be careful in his choice of sex positions.

Among the positions that he may wish to try are:

- Doggy style. This is the preferred position for men suffering from back pain due to a herniated disc. This makes sense: Back pain tends to be worsened when there is too much range of motion in the lower back. The doggy style allows for the man to kneel while inserting his penis, and he is then essentially forming a straight line from his knees to the top of his head. The hips will thrust during intercourse, but the man's back will not be bent forward, limiting the range of motion required of his spine.

- Spooning. In this position, the man and woman lie on their sides, with the woman's back against the man's front. The knees are bent, which helps to lessen the arch in the man's back, and the penis is inserted from behind. This position is best for people whose backs hurt most went extended (bent backward). It is probably the worst position, though, for men with a herniated disc.

- Woman on top. For many men, placing the woman on top can ease back pain, especially if the male places a small pillow underneath his back.

- Modified missionary. Traditional missionary can place undue strain on the back; however, some men with a sore back find that raising themselves up on their elbows positions them in a way that significantly decreases the pain.

Beyond choosing the appropriate sex position, a man can also prepare himself by applying an ice pack to the sore area or having a nice, sensual massage before engaging in sex. A warm shower (taken with one's partner) can be an especially nice way to loosen up the muscles.

Keeping one's erect penis happy is every man's goal, sore back or no sore back. That's why men also need to pay greater attention to the general health of their tools and should regularly use a top-notch penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). When sifting through the available options, men should make sure that the chosen cream contains L-arginine. This ingredient helps in the production of nitric oxide, which in turn plays a key role in maintaining blood flow to the penis. It's also advisable to find a cream that includes vitamin B5, an essential vitamin that provides a boost for penis cell metabolism.

 

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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