7 Reasons for Male Organ Redness and How to Fix Them

7 Reasons for Male Organ Redness and How to Fix Them
7 Reasons for Male Organ Redness and
How to Fix Them
Male organ redness is hot, sometimes itchy, and always uncomfortable. It’s
also something that makes a man panic, or at least, scratch his head in
confusion. A totally normal and ubiquitous thing, a red member is generally
not a cause for mortal concern; however, it is a red flashing sign that
something in the reproductive region is amiss. Here are seven reasons for
male organ redness, how to deal with them, and then how to prevent a red
member in the first place.
1. Allergens – The most common reason for male organ redness is a
simple one – allergens. New detergents, body washes, or even
clothing can cause a lot of genital discomfort. Wash the area gently
and thoroughly, and it should clear up within a few days. Take
Benadryl as needed to help calm inflammation.
2. Bruising – Injuries are probably the second most common reason for
a red member. Most bruises heal on their own, but if the pain
increases or the coloring gets more intense with blues and purples, it
may be the sign of a genital fracture, so a trip to the hospital is in
3. Partner Transmitted Infections (PTIs) – PTIs are probably the first
thing that pops into a man’s head when he sees male organ redness.
And sometimes, he’s right. There are quite a few PTIs that include
male organ redness as a symptom. Head to a clinic or a doctor ASAP
to get tested, and if diagnosed, treatment.
4. Too much attention – Overuse, disproportionate intimacy, or
excessive self-pleasure can produce male organ redness as well as
irritation and chaffing. To undo it, cease and desist all memberrelated activities, wear loose clothing, and use cool compresses to
bring down the inflammation and heat. Wait a few days, and it should
be back to normal.
5. Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) – PIH is an
overproduction of melanin on the member. This may appear as a red
member for those men with lighter skin. The condition is temporary
and fades with time on its own.
6. Balanitis – Balanitis is an inflammation targeting the member head
and foreskin that widely affects uncircumcised men and causes male
organ redness. It’s important to point out that plenty of circumcised
men can be afflicted as well. The primary way to treat and prevent
balanitis the establishment of a regular grooming regimen that
includes washing the member daily with a gentle cleanser. If the
infection doesn’t clear up within five to seven days, seek medical
7. Purpura – This reason for male organ redness presents as these
reddish or purple blemishes on the member. It can indicate a multitude
of things, such as a bleeding or clotting issue, prescription side effects,
blood vessel inflammation, or nutritional deficits. See a doctor for
diagnosis and treatment.
Red Member Rewind
The best way to keep male organ redness away is to take good care of your
member. Here are a few no-nonsense hacks that can keep it calm in your
down under:
1. Practice safe intimacy.
2. All things in moderation – even the enjoyable things like intimacy and
3. Always spot test new body products or detergents before using them.
4. Wear a cup when playing sports.
5. Keep it clean! Wash daily (more if undertaking sweaty pursuits) with
a mild soap, being sure to clean the entire reproductive region, and
rinse well meticulously.
6. Use a specially formulated male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been
clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to calm irritation and male
organ redness. Look for a lotion with a natural hydrator like Shea
butter to lay a foundation for soft, balanced skin and to prevent
irritation or allergens from non-natural sources. Use crèmes with
ingredients like vitamins A, C, D, and E, which are renowned for their
skin-soothing and therapeutic properties.
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