Paresthesia Could Cause Loss of Male Organ Sensation

Proper male organ sensation is absolutely crucial for enjoyment of sensual activities, whether they involve a partner or one’s own hand. Most of the time, paying adequate attention to one’s member health helps to ensure no diminishment in male organ sensation. There are, of course, issues outside the general realm of male organ health that could still impact the manhood and its sensitivity – and something called paresthesia is one of these.
About paresthesia

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke says that paresthesia “refers to a burning or prickling sensation…which happens without warning, is usually painless and described as tingling or numbness, skin crawling, or itching.” Often the sensation is described as kind of “numbness” or deadening of feeling.

Paresthesia can be either temporary or chronic. Most people have experienced a mild form of temporary paresthesia, such as happens when the arm or leg “falls asleep.” This resolves itself soon after the removal of pressure on nerves that caused the numbness in the first place. Other causes of temporary paresthesia include lack of blood flow, dehydration or a panic attack.

A chronic case of paresthesia – one which recurs or lasts for a long time and which doesn’t resolve when obvious pressure on a nerve is relieved – indicates issues such as an underlying neurological or circulatory cause, diabetes, connective tissue disorder, etc.

Male organ sensation

Although it is more common to experience paresthesia in the arms or legs, some men do experience it in the member. Why would this be? There can be several reasons.

- A guy may have been lying on his member in such a way that the nerves felt “pinched.” This should be a very temporary form of paresthesia, and should wear off within a few minutes of shifting position so that there is no longer weight bearing down on male organ nerves.

- There may be an impediment in the blood vessels which is keeping an appropriate amount of blood to flow into the manhood during the tumescence phase. The lack of sufficient blood can in some instances result in a diminishment of male organ sensation.

- Nerves in the member may have become damaged due to rough use. This is probably the most common cause of paresthesia in the manhood. The damage comes about, for example, because a man is self-stimulating with a “death grip,” i.e. a grip around the organ that is too tight and which causes minor nerve damage. Often lack of lubrication is also involved.

In many cases, paresthesia in the member is quite temporary. However, if it is chronic, a man definitely needs to see a doctor – especially if he experiences similar numbness in other parts of the body as well. He should let the doctor know where the numbness has occurred, how often, etc. so that the doctor can determine the appropriate course of treatment to recommend. (That treatment will depend on a diagnosis of the underlying cause of the paresthesia.)

When paresthesia results in a loss of male organ sensation and the cause seems to have been rough handling of the manhood, a man may find some relief by regularly applying a first rate male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The key to success in this area is to find a crème that includes L-carnitine in its ingredients. L-carnitine is an amino acid that has been shown to protect against peripheral nerve damage caused by friction, compression, and other common injuries. It also helps if the same crème contains a potent antioxidant; alpha lipoic acid is an excellent one. Alpha lipoic acid helps fight against excess free radicals and the oxidative stress they can cause. This will help strengthen manhood skin and better protect delicate male organ nerves.

The Aging Manhood and its Impact on Reproductive Health

When a guy is in his prime of life, it’s hard to even imagine that a day could come when his interest in intimate relations might have died down. Young guys feel “up and at ‘em” on what seems like a 24-hour-a-day basis. But what about when they get older? Society’s perception of older men tends to be one of guys who have much less sensual desire than they used to; worse, the stereotype is that even when they do feet hot and bothered, they often can’t attain the tumescence that they need to satisfy the desire. But is there a basis for this view? Can keeping an eye on proper care have an impact on a man’s aging manhood?

A 2009 article from a noted journal provides a good starting point for looking into this issue. The article states that “biological factors have an indisputable effect on [reproductive] activity among the elderly, but they do not directly determine it.” Yes, aging does have a direct impact on the physical functioning of the male reproductive apparatus, and other indirect health factors, such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, which may increase in prevalence among an aging population, can also play a big role.

With information drawn from two national surveys from Finland in the 1990s, the study found that aging men had more intimacy than aging women and that partner activity among aging men depended largely on an individual’s self-esteem, good health and an active intimate history. In other words, those who took care of themselves physically, had a good opinion of their general sensual ability and had been intimately active earlier in life generally continued to be more active later in life.

More recent research

A 2016 study on the quality of life and aging looked at this perceived problem and came up with a different point of view. Analyzing data from more than 6200 men and women from the Midlife in the United State study, the scientists sought to include aging with such factors as frequency of engaging in relations, number of partners, etc. When incorporating all of these factors, aging went from being negatively correlated with sensual quality of life to being positively correlated with it. It was felt that the sensual quality of life of older adults (both male and female) was affected more by the quality rather than the quantity of sensual activity. In other words, aging brought with it a kind of wisdom in which sensual satisfaction had a changing definition for the participants.

More recently, a 2018 article looked at the intimate lives of elderly men and women in Europe, examining about 3800 people in Denmark, Norway, Belgium and Portugal. It concluded that “good health, an active [intimate] life throughout the lifespan, direction of relationship, and feeling emotionally close to partner during [intimacy]” were the major factors for sensual satisfaction among the aging set.

All these studies indicate that, while there may be some changes as one ages, it is quite possible to have a satisfying intimate life in the later years.

One common factor is the state of one’s male organ health, so men should really consistently make use of a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The most sought-after cremes will include a wide range of healthy, beneficial vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E, the topical application of which can more directly target the manhood. Also desirable in a crème is L-arginine, which helps boost nitric oxide production and thereby aids in keeping male organ blood vessels open for increased blood volume.

Avoiding Male Organ Odor After Sensual Activity

Not surprisingly, men often take steps to eliminate or minimize unpleasant male organ odor before going on a date or into a situation in which sensual activity is a distinct possibility. After all, when unveiling his equipment, a man wants to be greeted with gasps of surprise and pleasure, rather than someone gasping for fresh air. Following good male organ health and hygiene guidelines helps control male organ odor before sensual activity, but men need to remember that they need to take steps afterward as well.
With that in mind, the following tips are recommended for avoiding rank male organ odor after sensual activity.

Wash up beforehand. In most cases, by the time a couple moves into the bedroom, several hours will have passed since the manhood was last washed and/or aired out. A guy knows that getting into sensual activity is going to increase the likelihood of male organ odor; after all, not only is there going to be a lot of sweating going on in the heat of the sensual moment, but the tightness of the female organ and the friction of the sensual activity is going to create more opportunity for sweat. And, while this may be a bit ungallant, the fact is that the female organ itself does not always carry an aroma of roses – and that odor is going to get transferred to the manhood.

So the name of the game is to go into the sensual activity with as little pre-existing male organ odor as possible. With that in mind, if possible, take a quick trip to the bathroom and give the member a final rinsing before commencing with the sensual activity.

Wear a latex organ covering. Clearly in any casual sensual activity engagement, a man needs to be wearing a latex organ covering for protection against disease and to reduce the risk of an unwanted pregnancy. But donning a latex organ covering also helps protect against male organ odor. It will not eliminate it entirely, but the latex organ covering will retain a great deal of the scents generated during sensual activity which otherwise would have lingered on the manhood skin.

Consider a trim. Although there is no scientific basis for this, anecdotal evidence suggests that a clean-shaven member and mid-section retains less odor than a hairy one. This is logical, as thick hair in the area catch and hold fluids which then dry and create an odor. When the area is clean-shaven, the fluids dry directly on the skin, making them easier to access and to wipe away. Speaking of which…

Clean up afterward. This is one of the most important things a man can do to help decrease post-sensual activity male organ odor. All too often, a man feels relaxed and satisfied after sensual activity, and before long that sense of contentment leads him to fall asleep. Even men who are instead invigorated by sensual activity often neglect a wash-up after sensual activity, and prefer to luxuriate in the experience. But guys do need to do a good cleaning; they don’t need to pop out of bed as soon as the deed is done, but within a reasonable amount of time, a little soap, water and drying is needed to keep things scent-free.

Use an appropriate creme. Men seeking to avoid male organ odor after sensual activity unfortunately often forget this crucial step: regularly using a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). There are many cremes out there, but the one that is needed will list vitamin A among its ingredients. Also called retinol, vitamin A is valuable because it has anti-bacterial properties that can fight and destroy the bacteria which help bring about rank male organ odor. The best crème will also contain a powerful antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid. By battling excess free radicals, alpha lipoic acid helps strengthen delicate member skin, making it better able to withstand intense washing to fight odors.