Male organ health is technically a man's issue, but as most women know, men do not always stay on top of their personal health issues the way they should. Therefore, it's beneficial for a woman to know a little about male organ health, if for no other reason than to know whether to worry when her guy says he has a sore male organ. Proper male organ care can become a team effort between a man and his partner. That not only ensures that his member will be in optimal health, but it can provide a bonding experience for the man and woman as well.
It's not always ready for action.
Men like to make out that they are so sensuality-driven that their male organs will spring to attention at the drop of a hat. While it's true that men like intimacy (a lot!), it's also true that sometimes the male organ doesn't always jump to a firm state at the slightest stimulation. This is not usually a comment on how alluring a woman is; it may mean that the man is tired, stressed, uncomfortable, not feeling in the best of health, sad, or preoccupied with other thoughts at the moment. In some instances, it can mean that there is a physical cause, such as anemia or diabetes. Sometimes, medications that a man is taking can also cause performance issues.
Firmness can vary.
The firmness of a man's wood can vary significantly from one time to the next. If a woman is used to a man having a very firm manhood, she should not worry if it is not always as stiff; however, a woman should take note if loss of firmness – or, as above, lack of readiness for sensual activity – continues for an extended period of time. This could mean there is a physical issue that a doctor may need to look into.
Male organ odor is common.
The pelvic hair causes the private to be warm, a situation which is worsened by the male organ being kept hidden behind two layers of clothing. Sweat accumulates easily, and even men who wash thoroughly and regularly may find that they carry a certain aroma with them more than they would like.
Male organ skin is sensitive.
As many women have noticed, the skin on the male organ is very thin, especially in men who have been cut and lack the protective sheath. This by itself makes the male organ skin sensitive to chemicals, so that many soaps and detergents can cause a skin issue to flare up. Skin rashes, pimples, and spots are common on the male organ and the surrounding area.
Some blemishes are not unusual.
There are several common male organ blemishes that many women (and men) think must be harmful but are in fact harmless. Hirsuties coronae glandis, more commonly called PPP, are very common. PPP is a row (or rows) of small, raised bumps that typically form a ring around the bottom of the head. Fordyce spots are small sebaceous glands that look like tiny little white or red dots.
Slight bends are okay.
Some male organes are straight as a ruler, but most have some bit of curvature to them. Unless the bending is extreme (called Peyronie's disease), it is fine; however, sometimes bending occurs because of a build-up of scar tissue, which can have a negative effect on male organ sensitivity and function.
One thing men need to do to maintain male organ health is to daily use a superior male organ nutrient cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil). A cream with vitamin A can help to address unwanted male organ odor, while one with a high-end emollient (think Shea butter) is excellent for damaged male organ skin. And if impaired sensitivity is an issue, a cream with acetyl L carnitine, which is neuroprotective, should definitely be used. The best help a woman may be able to give her man is to make sure he uses a quality cream regularly.