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Nipping Male Organ Pain in the Bud

Whether cycling is a form of exercise or a way of life for a guy, male organ pain often accompanies it. Proper clothing choices can help reduce the chances of a sore male organ for bikers.

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Nipping Male Organ Pain in the Bud

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  1. Nipping Male Organ Pain in the Bud – 4 Important Steps for Cyclists By John Dugan

  2. Serious cyclists enjoy the adrenaline rush from a great ride or race, but they may not be so fond of the male organ pain that often accompanies long-term biking. When one's manhood is distressed, it's hard to keep one's mind on cycling. The following tips on wardrobe considerations are offered in the interest of promoting proper male organ care for those born to bike. www.man1health.com

  3. Suiting up is important Tight, friction-reducing clothing is essential for the serious cyclist and recommended even for those who are more casual about their biking. The Lycra wardrobe helps a guy move faster and eliminates the chance of a flared pant leg getting caught on the pedals or in the chain. Not all bikers know that real cycling shorts are meant to be worn without underclothing. This isn't because riders get a special kick out of going commando (although, hey, it is fun); it's because even tightiewhities can get a bit bunched up when riding. That's why biking shorts come with special padding, called the "chamois." This eliminates the need for underclothing. www.man1health.com

  4. Fit is crucial However, shorts that sag or don't fit tightly enough in the pelvic area can cause irritation to the male organ. Over a long ride, this can be very uncomfortable and result in considerable soreness. One solution for many men is to switch from regular shorts to bib shorts. These are the shorts that resemble a unitard, stretching up beyond the waist and including a sort of built-in suspender. Bibs can help to keep the pelvic area pulled upward, ensuring a better fit. www.man1health.com

  5. Personalization may be necessary Although pro shorts are made for free-balling, sometimes a man simply can't find a pair that fits well enough to keep his male organ from becoming chafed, sore or irritated. In such cases, it may be best to consider some form of underclothing. Regular street underclothing, such as briefs or boxers, is probably not the best option for most men. In addition to the "bunching up" factor, the extra heat from another layer of clothing may increase sweating, resulting in an itchy rash. Many men opt for the old standby: the athletic cup. A jock tends to fit more snugly and will keep equipment in place. In addition, a mesh-type cloth in the pelvic region and the lack of fabric along the butt will make for cooler conditions and keep sweat levels down. www.man1health.com

  6. Men who experience pain in their balls but not the male organ while cycling might try a suspensory; this is essentially a jock with an opening through which the male organ hangs. Those who favor an alternative to a jock can investigate a male organ pouch. This is basically a less confining version of a jock. Rather than having a snug cup that compresses the equipment, a pouch allows for more freedom of movement. www.man1health.com

  7. Laundering is key Achieving and maintaining a proper fit is not the only clothing consideration for cyclers who wish to be as pain-free as possible. There's also the matter of keeping that clothing clean. Fortunately, most men who are interested in biking are also interested in their physical presentation: they already know that wearing unwashed, sweaty clothes is both a turn-off and an invitation for bacteria and germs to invade the crotch and cause all kinds of issues. www.man1health.com

  8. However, many men forget that there can be a big difference between one laundry detergent and another. They may also forget that, though their skin may be manly and rough over the rest of their bodies, their male organ skin may be far more sensitive. Male organ pain can result from many different causes, but the above clothing-related tips can make a difference to bikers. One other thing that can really help ease the pain and irritation of a sore male organ is the regular use of a male organ vitamin cream(health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil). After a long ride, slathering on a cream rich in soothing shea butter feels great. A cream containing vitamin E can aid in keeping the organ hydrated, and those with vitamin A are a big help in reducing the odor that clings after an intense ride. www.man1health.com

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