Male Organ Scabs: Causes and Treatment

Male Organ Scabs: Causes and Treatment
Male Organ Scabs: Causes and Treatment
A man will likely see many scabs throughout his life. It’s to be expected in
any sort of active lifestyle. However, when a male organ scab shows up, it
can be a much scarier experience. It could be something as simple as an
allergic reaction or as humbling as a partner transmitted infection. While
other scabs can be ignored, a scab on the member can be more painful than
when it appears on other parts of the body. Scabs on the member can also
require a different kind of treatment than one on a knee or elbow. The
member is a very sensitive appendage with thin, delicate skin, so treatment
must be gentle but effective. Here are a few causes of male organ scabs, how
to treat them, and finally, how to prevent them from showing up in the first
place.
Allergy
Male organ scabs can be a result of an allergic reaction. There are many
different types of allergens form body products to laundry detergents to latex
latex barriers. In addition to scabs on the member, allergic reactions can also
cause watery eyes, redness, rash, itching, and general discomfort. Clean the
area thoroughly a few times each day and apply a cortisone crème. Take an
antihistamine or ibuprofen for pain.
Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a skin condition where new skin cells are produced faster than
the body can shed old skin cells. This creates a build-up of dead skin cells,
which can look like dry patches or scabs on the member. See a doctor for
diagnosis and a prescription ointment for relief.
The following causes all require a trip to the doctor for diagnosis and
treatment:
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Genital warts
Genital warts are caused by Human papillomavirus (HPV), though a man
can have HPV without having warts. Some bumps can be hard to see, while
others can be quite large and flesh-colored. They are generally painless, but
itchy. They turn into male organ scabs if a man irritates or scratches at them,
leading to a more extended recovery period. Treatment can include topical
creams, freezing warts off, and in some more severe cases, surgery.
Lymphogranuloma venereum
A variety of chlamydia causes lymphogranuloma venereum. It shows up as
one or more, sometimes painless, sores on the member. They may also scab
over even if a man is still contagious.
Genital herpes
Anywhere from two days to two weeks, a man will start to see small bumps
or blisters on the member. They can soon evolve into oozing or bleeding
ulcers, which will then turn into scabs on the member. There may also be
pain and itching. Herpes is for life, but antiviral medications can prevent
flareups.
Syphilis
Syphilis can be a life-threatening disease that may appear as male organ
scabs. A bacterial infection causes the scabs on the member. This sore can
be painless and can sometimes go unnoticed. Even if the sore goes away on
its own, a man still needs to be tested, because if he is diagnosed, he needs
treatment immediately or he risks a fatal outcome. A shot of penicillin in the
most common treatment.
Male Organ Scab Prevention
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There are many ways to prevent a man from getting scabs on his member.
Here are a few that are very easy to incorporate immediately:
1. If a man is sensually active, he should be screened every three months
(monthly if he has more than one partner at a time) at a local clinic or
by a healthcare professional.
2. Wear a latex barrier during intimacy and use a barrier method for oral
intimacy.
3. Avoid any kind of skin-to-skin contact with someone who has or a
man suspects of having a contagious skin condition.
4. Do not share linens or clothing with anyone who has a contagious skin
condition.
5. Wear clean underwear and change and wash immediately after a
workout.
6. Practice good hygiene! Shower regularly with a mild cleaner,
thoroughly washing the area and rinsing well. After a soft, pat dry,
apply a specially formulated member health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been
clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to keep skin fresh, blemishfree, and to protect against infection.
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