John Dugan

John Dugan is a respected professional author who is noted for his contributions to a variety of news organizations, magazines and websites. His most recent work includes extensive writing concerning current research on men’s health issues.
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Loss of male organ sensitivity is one of those things a man will do just about anything to avoid. When male organ sensitivity decreases, so does pleasure and enjoyment of sensual activities.

Is Shaving an Itchy Member Solution?

A man will consider almost any options for addressing a really itchy member. Shaving the mid-section hair is one popular method, but its effectiveness may vary.

First Aid Tips for Dealing with Manhood Injury

Fortunately, most member injuries are confined to irritation, redness and soreness. But for those times when a manhood injury is more severe, these first aid tips are here for the rescue.

Getting a Tattoo? How to Ease Male Organ Pain

Men who want to get a manhood tattoo are probably already braced for some serious male organ pain. But there might be ways to alleviate it somewhat.

Many men will do almost anything for their member health, but they aren’t happy about the idea of visiting a doctor. A regular medical exam is vitally important for a man’s overall health, including manhood health.

Member Self-Pleasuring Tips: Beyond the Grip

For most men, self-pleasuring is all about getting a good grip on the member and letting things proceed from there. Some guys may want to explore how to add to their self-stimulatory experience.

Member Skin Care and Cortisone: Use Wisely

Men need to take good care of their member skin so partners are impressed by the beauty of their manhood. With that in mind, using cortisone on the male organ should be done carefully.

Unusual Itchy Member Causes

If that itchy member isn’t the result of typical causes (jock itch, thrush, etc.), it’s time to look into more unusual culprits who may bring about itching.

Gout: Tumescent Male Organ Enemy?

Men prefer to avoid things which can negatively affect their tumescent male organ. Gout, a painful form of inflammatory arthritis, may be a condition to add to the avoid list.

Strange Manhood Problems? It Might be Anemia

Overall health and member health go hand-in-hand. Some men have discovered that their strange manhood problems have an equally strange cause: Anemia.



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