“Chicken Skin” Male Organ Bumps? No, It’s Keratosis Pilaris

“Chicken Skin” Male Organ Bumps? No, It’s Keratosis Pilaris
“Chicken Skin” Male Organ Bumps? No,
It’s Keratosis Pilaris
Anyone who has ever taken a close look at a piece of chicken before frying
or baking it knows that chicken skin often has a multitude of little pale
bumps on it. The look is perfectly fine for a chicken soon to be made into
dinner, but it’s not so good for a man’s member. Yes, sometimes a man can
have male organ bumps that resemble chicken skin, and this male organ
health issue can be rather embarrassing. New partners may take a gander at
the male organ bumps and suddenly find themselves with a headache. Of
course, a guy’s manhood doesn’t suddenly turn into chicken skin; what is
possibly happening is that his member has developed keratosis pilaris.
What is it again?
Some people just call it chicken skin disease, but the actual name is keratosis
pilaris. Despite the somewhat formidable name, it is actually a harmless
condition. Although this article is dealing with keratosis pilaris presenting as
male organ bumps, these bumps can appear almost anywhere on the body.
They are probably most often discovered on the arms, thighs, and buttocks.
Keratosis pilaris comes about when there is simply too much keratin in the
body. Now, keratin in proper amounts is a good thing. It’s a kind of protein,
the function of which is to protect skin from getting infected. But sometimes
– and nobody knows why just yet – the body will start producing more
keratin than it needs. With nowhere else to go, the keratin may accumulate
in one spot, usually at the spot on a hair follicle where it comes out of the
skin. This “plug” that forms creates a bump, and since there usually are
many such plugs, there typically are many bumps.
Some doctors think there is a genetic reason why some people overproduce
keratin. Others suspect that it may be related to dry skin – the keratin is
overproduced in an effort to moisturize the skin or to otherwise keep it
healthy. Whatever the reason, keratosis pilaris tends to be a “young person’s
disease.” It often appears in children or teenagers, although young adults can
also get it. In most cases, it goes away altogether on its own after a person is
30 or so years old.
What to do
As mentioned, keratosis pilaris is benign and doesn’t create any medical
issues for a person; in most cases, it doesn’t sting, burn, or itch. However, a
man may feel that male organ bumps are an unattractive addition to his
equipment, and he might rather not have them there. So what does he do?
Not much, unfortunately. The buildup of keratins tends to resolve on its
own, once the body gets them under control. Unfortunately, keratosis pilaris
may come back, sometimes several times. However, because there may be a
connection between dry skin and keratosis pilaris, many doctors recommend
that a man make sure his manhood skin is well moisturized. If keratosis
pilaris is already present, this may help to hurry along its departure. If it is
not present, good moisturization may serve the purpose of keeping it from
developing at all.
When male organ bumps are due to keratosis pilaris, it is especially crucial
that a guy’s male organ health treatment regimen include daily application of
a top-drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man
1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). It is
essential that a man examine the ingredients list and select an oil with a
combination of a high-end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural
hydrating agent (such as vitamin E) in order to provide the kind of
moisturization the dry male organ skin requires. In addition, the member
skin will be further strengthened if the oil contains a potent antioxidant, such
as alpha lipoic acid, which can combat free radicals and the oxidative
damage for which they are responsible.
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