Article published by : John Dugan on Friday, March 10, 2017

Category : Health & Fitness

Red Male Organ: a Sign of Dyaesthesia


In certain circumstances, a red male organ is nothing more than a tumescent manhood; the redness is caused simply by the flow of blood into the member that creates a tumescent state. Sometimes, however, a red male organ may be a sign of a potential manhood health issue. One such issue, with which men are generally not familiar, is known as male organ dyaesthesia.

Redness

In addition to redness being nothing more than blood rushing to the member, sometimes the redness results from other natural causes. For example, when a member has undergone vigorous sensual activity, whether that activity is solo or partner-based, the manhood may exhibit redness due to the friction which has been applied to it.

Pain

But the red male organ associated with dyaesthesia is a different matter. For one thing, manhood dyaesthesia is not limited to a change in the hue of the organ; rather, it is accompanied by discomfort, often quite severe. Burning, stinging pain is common, as is heat and an extreme sensitivity to touch. Irritation and discomfort can reach extremely high levels. And the pain is not restricted just to the member; the sacks often also share in both the scarlet coloration and the pain.

In many cases, the pain is so intense that any contact between the manhood (and sacks) and any other object can be wince-inducing. That includes the common touching of the manhood or sacks to fabric, whether underwear, trousers or bedsheets. In some cases, even the resting of the member on top of the sacks can be painful.

Why?

What causes male organ dyaesthesia? The exact cause is still under investigation. However, here are some probable causes:

• Use of corticosteroid creams. When a person has a chronic or lingering issue which requires applying corticosteroid creams directly to the manhood or sacks, the accumulation over time might bring about the dyaesthesiatic condition.

• Erythromelalgia. A condition known as erythromelalgia causes redness and a similar stinging and burning on the feet or hands. Some doctors believe male organ dyaesthesia is related to or perhaps brought on by this similar issue.

• Neural oversensitivity. The member is filled with highly sensitive nerve endings, which are necessary for the extraordinarily pleasurable feelings the member experiences during sensual activity. If these nerves become oversensitive, it is thought that dyaesthesia may occur (although it does not necessarily explain why the less-sensitive sacks are also often affected).

• Vascular issues. Some believe nerve endings in the skin react to a release of vascular activating substances in a manner that creates tension and excessive reactivity.

Treatment

Most often, male organ dyaesthesia is relegated to older Caucasian men, although it has occurred in younger men and in men of other ethnic backgrounds.

A doctor will recommend the appropriate course of treatment, which often involves antibiotics and anticonvulsives and avoidance of irritants (such as rough fabrics which may cause additional discomfort). It may be necessary to make changes in the use of soaps, shampoos and detergents, to ensure no harsh chemicals further irritate the male organ and surrounding areas.

When dyaesthesia causes a sore, red male organ, a man can benefit if he has been keeping his manhood in good health, especially through the daily use of a first rate manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Shea butter and vitamin E, two exceptional moisturizers, are especially good for soothing sore, sensitive skin, so utilize a crème with those ingredients. It also helps if the crème contains vitamin D, the “miracle vitamin” acclaimed for its benefits in fighting disease and improving cellular function.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. 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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