The vacuum-based male organ pump has been around for years and many men use it with great enjoyment. But those who are concerned about their male organ health may worry if its use can result in an uncomfortably raw manhood. Men who are curious to experience the male organ pump should definitely take precautions to avoid a seriously raw member.
Vacuum is key
It’s important to emphasize that the phrase “male organ pump” in this article refers to devices which are vacuum-based and designed to promote tumescence and/or temporarily increase the size of the manhood. In recent years, “male organ pumping” has in some instances referred to injecting silicone or another substance into the member in order to increase its size. This latter activity is quite dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.
The vacuum-based male organ pump is considerably safer, though it does carry some risk. For example, here are a few side effects which can occur from using a vacuum pump.
• Bruising. Sometimes the male organ pump can cause member bruising, especially when used over-enthusiastically or for too long a period of time.
• Red dots. Some men find small red dots that appear after male organ pump use. These are called petechiae, and they are caused by bleeding under the skin. Sometimes the pump ruptures tiny capillaries, causing the bleeding.
• Numbness. Overuse of the pump may result in numbness in the manhood. This effect should only be temporary, but it can be disconcerting to many men.
• Rawness. A raw manhood is one of the more common side effects related to male organ pump use. This is especially true for men who employ the pump for purposes of inflating the member to an abnormally large size.
There’s no question that many men obtain a sensual benefit from using a male organ pump. For men with tumescence dysfunction, it can serve a vital function and allow them to better enjoy sensual activity.
But many men use the pump for more recreational purposes. As mentioned above, it can be used to inflate the manhood (and sacks) to a truly surprising size. The effect is temporary, of course, but it can give a man an impressive member.
However, because recreational use often requires extended use of the pump, it is more likely to result in rawness and soreness. While male organ skin is remarkably stretchy, it is not intended to stretch beyond a certain size. By the same token, manhood tissue is “spongy” and has a lot of “give,” but over-extending the tissue can also be problematic. Most men don’t feel raw or sore while they are pumped up, but when the member returns to its normal size, the skin and tissue can feel distinctly uncomfortable.
Improper use of the pump can also result in nerve damage which can diminish feeling in the manhood. The member may not experience sensation as keenly as it has in the past. Since sensual satisfaction is influenced by manhood sensations, this can be problematic.
Following instructions and using the male organ pump properly is key to protecting the member.
Curing the raw manhood
Sometimes even with proper use, a male organ pump may result in a sore or raw manhood. Regular use of a top notch member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is therefore advised as a means of providing soothing relief. The skin needs to be replenished and moisturized, so using a crème that includes both hydrating agents and essential vitamins is essential. Shea butter (a high end emollient) and vitamin E can help hydrate the skin and aid it in regaining suppleness. Vitamins A, B5, C and E can also help to heal member skin. For best effect, the crème should also include acetyl L carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient that can aid against peripheral nerve damage and the resulting loss of sensitivity in the manhood.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving member 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.