Tending to a Sore Member Related to Manhood Stretching
This is no news flash, but men do tend to be concerned about male organ size. In pursuit of extra length, many men pursue different options – including manhood stretching. The benefits of any manhood enlargement process are subject to debate, and methods may lead to a sore member for a while. Avoiding and tending to that soreness is an important part of male organ care for a guy interested in manhood stretching.
As is evident from the ads on just about every male-oriented website, there is no end to the number of companies that want to help a guy add inches to his manhood. From tablets to surgery to homeopathic methods to simple manhood stretching, the options are overwhelming.
Of course, at least some (and probably most) of these businesses are more interested in getting someone’s money than in results. Most doctors believe that, aside from possible surgical techniques that come with some risks and are based on revealing a portion of the member buried beneath the midsection, there is no real way of increasing male organ size.
However, some men who have tried various methods disagree. There are individuals who claim to have lengthened their manhood through different methods, including variations on manhood stretching.
Whether manhood stretching can increase male organ size or not, a lot of men are going to try this out. With that in mind, this article is intended to provide suggestions on how to hopefully prevent a sore member from developing after stretching or help soothe that sore member if it can’t be prevented.
There are many variations on manhood stretching techniques, but let’s focus on two:
– Manual (hand) stretching, and
– Manhood extenders.
A low-tech option that is especially popular, manual stretching will be second nature to any guy who has ever self-stimulated. This method involves wrapping the hand around the member right below the head, then pulling down and stretching out the member. It is suggested that the man hold this stretch for 30 seconds, then release the stretch. This should then be repeated, but pulling the manhood in a different direction each time – up, right, left and forward. This should be repeated on all sides two more times. After a man is comfortable with these stretches, he should increase the number of repetitions.
Manhood extenders are contraptions that fit on the member and force it to stretch. It is often similar to putting the manhood in traction. Most manufacturers suggest wearing it for four to six hours a day, although it is usually best to start off with shorter increments. There is a greater risk of a sore member (or even of manhood damage) with an extender than with simple manual manhood stretching.
It is important that the member is properly warmed up before either form of stretching is attempted. The best way is to apply a warm (not hot) cloth to the member and wrap it around it for a few minutes before beginning the stretching. This helps loosen the skin and make it more pliable.
Knowing when to stop is also key to preventing a sore member. If a guy begins to notice manhood pain, he should cease the activity – or be prepared to have some soreness after the session is over.
When a sore member does occur due to manhood stretching, it helps if the member is already in good health and the skin can be moisturized. Regular use of a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is therefore essential. A sore member will respond to soothing moisturizing ingredients like Shea butter and vitamin E. Also beneficial: the presence of vitamin D in a crème. Vitamin D is called the “miracle” vitamin because of the excellent support it provides to cellular function, key to keeping the member healthy – and enabling it to bounce back from soreness.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.