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When it comes to a man’s male organ, there typically aren’t too many surprises when it comes time for the big reveal. Usually, the only alternation a male organ has is absence of a sheath, as surgical ablation is a very common practice performed on male infants by a physician. It seems that otherwise, most men leave well enough alone, due to the extreme sensitivity of the area, and prefer to leave body art to less-delicate body parts. Even still, there are some men who like to stand out in a crowd and maybe don’t mind a bit of extra pain. Read on to learn about some of the shocking things guys to do their junk and why some of these procedures can make male organ care (http://www.man1health.com/What_is_M1MO.php) more difficult and important.
Male Organ Piercing: Men who enjoy a little jewelry may find themselves wanting a male organ piercing….or two. A male organ piercing can be done through the skin on the shaft of the male organ, the balls, the head of the male organ or even through the sheath. Often, a bar or a ring style piercing is used for men who want a little bling on their business. It is important to know, however, that male organ piercing are prone to infection, so they should always be done by a professional with sterile equipment. Additionally, because of the high amount of bacteria harbored down under, exceptional hygiene is required to avoid a painful, nasty infection.
Male Organ Tattoo: Just like the rest of the body, the male organ makes a perfectly tattoo-able surface – though one can imagine the pain factor would be a bit more intense. As with all tattoos, the chance of infection is the most serious risk, so again, tattoos should be done by a professional, and only in the most sanitary of conditions. In rare cases, manhood tattoos have caused permanent nerve damage to the area, so be sure to pick an artist with a steady hand!
Male Organ Pearling: Similar to male organ piercing, male organ pearling or beading is a kind of body modification that gives the male organ a little extra intrigue; only instead of the body jewelry being on the outside, it is implanted under the skin of the male organ. The main draw behind pearling is that it is meant to enhance pleasure for both partners, as it creates a textured, slightly ribbed feeling to the male organ. Pearls of different shapes and sizes can be implanted in the shaft, under the sheath, or even in the balls. Infection and rejection of the pearls is the most common side effect, making hygiene during healing extremely important, as infected or rejected pearls have to be surgically removed!
Surgical ablation: Yup, some men who didn’t get the snip as a baby or child elect to have the procedure done as an adult. Surgical ablation is a removal of the sheath, and a man may choose to do it for religious, social, cultural or medical reasons. Men who suffer from chronic infections under the sheath or have a tight sheath that is painful to retract may seek out the procedure.
Sheath Restoration: Just as some men wish for no sheath, there are men who choose to have a sheath restoration to recreate the appearance of a sheath. Skin is taken from the balls and attached to the shaft in a surgical restoration, or manhood skin from the shaft is stretched over the head of the male organ in a nonsurgical restoration.
Keeping the Male Organ Healthy
Anytime a surgery, procedure, or alteration is done to the male organ, there is a risk of infection. The best way to prevent infection is to maintain excellent hygiene via thorough washing of the area with gentle soap and water. Additionally, men should use a male organ health creme (http://www.man1health.com health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) which contains vitamin A – known for its antibacterial properties. In fact, regardless of whether the male organ is as pure as the day its owner was born or has undergone numerous alterations, a male organ health creme is an important part of daily hygiene to keep the male organ healthy and youthful and to reduce the chance of infection.