According to some surveys, many men wish that they could receive more oral sensual activity from their partners. Whether that means they actually prefer oral coupling to other forms of sensual activity or whether they simply would like a little more variety is anyone’s guess. But whatever the case, there’s no denying that most men relish the opportunity to get oral pleasure. And if a man has been paying proper attention to male organ health, his chances of getting some do increase. But as with all things sensual, there can be some drawbacks. For instance, sometimes a sore member results from oral sensual activity. If it’s nothing but a transient sore member, there’s no problem. But it can be otherwise.
Of course, there are many reasons why fellatio could lead to a sore member – and many of them would fall into the category of basically benign.
For instance, there’s the matter of teeth. Oral coupling and the mouth are intrinsically linked; a guy can’t have one without the other. And most mouths come equipped with teeth (or teeth-like facsimiles). And even the most expert oral sensual activity practitioner may not be able to keep her teeth from grazing the manhood, especially the head. When this happens enough, it’s bound to result in a sore member.
In one variation, the partner may playfully nibble on the member. This may create an ecstatic feeling in some men, but too much nibbling can create breaks in the skin which may lead to a male organ ulcer – and that’s a bit painful.
But there can be other factors as well. For example, perhaps the partner has not brushed her teeth before giving her favors. Depending on the sensitivity of the manhood skin, there could be a reaction to traces of food products in her mouth – such as hot sauce left over from that Mexican dinner. The manhood may react unfavorably to such triggers.
Not brushing or over-nibbling is forgivable. But there are some other byproducts of oral sensual activity that may not be so easy to shrug off.
While in most cases oral coupling is less likely to pass on social diseases from a partner than is penetrative coupling, there still can be a significant risk. Among the social diseases that have been known to be passed on through oral activity are HIV, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, treponema pallidum spirochete, and coccoid rickettsia. All these can be serious for many reasons; a sore member is among the lesser complications associated with them.
HPV (human papilloma virus) can be transmitted orally as well – although in this case it is the one who is giving the oral pleasure rather than the one who is receiving it that is at risk. And HPV is strongly associated with an increased chance of developing throat cancer. So men who have HPV should speak with a doctor about whether oral activity is a possibility and what needs to be done.
Other infections that can come about from unprotected oral coupling include herpes and hepatitis.
Again, the risk of social diseases from oral sensual activity can be lessened by using protective barriers, getting tested regularly and limiting sensual partners. Discussing options with a doctor is advised.
Most often oral sensual activity is pleasurable and doesn’t result in a sore member. When that soreness is due to a little improper handling, use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help. Soreness can be partially alleviated if the crème contains a combination of exceptional moisturizing agents, such as Shea butter and vitamin E. Try to find a crème that also includes vitamin D, the “miracle vitamin,” which helps fight disease and support cellular function in manhood cells. Vitamin D is especially valuable during dark winter months.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common member health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.