Lingering Male Organ Odor After Pleasure - Take These 4 Steps

Lingering Male Organ Odor After Pleasure? Take
These 4 Steps
How many guys have stripped down and suddenly found a rank smell
assaulting their nostrils? “Can that really be me?” they think, and all too
often it is. Severe male organ odor is a major turn-off to partners and
potential partners, and a very common male organ health issue. And for a
lot of guys, male organ odor is especially strong after coupling. For such
men, taking steps to decrease or eliminate post-coupling male organ odor
can make a big difference in the overall attractiveness of their member.
Makes sense
Of course, it makes sense that a manhood should have a certain smell
surrounding it. After all, for too many hours a day, the average member is
kept locked away behind not one, but two layers of clothing. And often one
or both layers are very tight. This creates a situation in which heat builds up,
followed by sweat, which activates the bacteria which causes unpleasant
aromas. The thatch of midsection hair and hair on the balls also provides
further insulation, which increases the heat quotient and the resulting sweat.
In other words, a guy already goes into a sensual situation with the potential
to be over-ripe in the male organ odor department. Several things happen
during coupling which can add to the issue.
 More heat. There’s a reason that coupling is often classified as “hot
and heavy” when it’s intense. Significant heat is often generated
during coupling, especially penetrative coupling. And since the
memberis usually in an enclosed situation, inside a female organ or a
posterior, that only ups the heat – and the sweat.
 Another person’s odor. In addition, during coupling the manhood is
being placed in very direct skin-to-skin contact with the bodily odors
of another person. The bacteria on their person is being passed on to
the manhood. Also, in many cases, there may be other factors – such
as a female organ yeast infection – which can significantly add to the
odor problem.
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 Fluids. And, of course, exchanges of fluids come with their own
scents. Whether it’s a guy’s own male seed drying on his member or
female organ fluids from a partner, they can add to the male organ
odor issue.
Steps to Take
So what are some common sense steps to help decrease post-coupling male
organ odor?
 Start out clean. The less male organ odor one brings to coupling, the
less one will take away after coupling. Practice good general manhood
hygiene rules, such as washing regularly – including under the
foreskin, for intact men. Before the date, put on a clean set of clothes
– including underwear.
 Consider shaving. Many men who shave their midsection area report
less lingering male organ odor. This may be due to less insulation
causing less heat, but it also is likely that thick hair catches and retains
more odors in general.
 Wear a latex barrier. A latex barrier not only helps prevent the
spread of social diseases, it also keeps a lot of odor-causing bacteria
from coming into contact with the manhood skin. It won’t absorb all
of them, but it should help.
 End up clean. A guy doesn’t need to jump out of bed and run into the
bathroom as soon as he has completed his sensual mission – but he
should make sure to do a thorough washing up before either getting
dressed again or drifting off to sleep. Washing away post-coupling
scents as soon as possible is the best way to keep them from
burrowing in and taking up residence in the midsection.
 Guard against male organ odor after coupling by regularly applying
a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals
recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and
safe for skin). In order to be most effective, the crème should contact
vitamin A, which has anti-bacterial properties that can fight persistent
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male organ odor. It’s also wise to select a crème with a powerful
antioxidant, of which alpha lipoic acid is a fine one. The antioxidant
helps strengthen male organ skin by fighting the elements that cause
oxidative damage to skin.
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