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Can Private Parts Grinding Lead to an Itchy Male Organ? By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-10-05 04:09:53 | 148 Reads | Unrated

Summary

Many couples really enjoy private parts grinding, the rubbing of the manhood against another person’s private areas. Taking precautions to prevent an itchy male organ can make it even more pleasurable.

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Clearly, penetrative intimacy is one of the most pleasurable sensual activities around, but there is definitely something to be said for a little private parts grinding.  Like any form of direct-contact sensual activity, there are some risks to male organ health that can be associated with grinding – and an itchy male organ is one of them. Fortunately, taking a little extra care can often help keep the grinding manhood from descending into the realm of the itchy male organ.

What is private parts grinding? 

If a person wants to b

e 100% technically correct, private parts grinding refers to any kind of non-penetrative sensual activity in which the private areas of one partner are rubbed against or otherwise stimulated by any body part of another partner. Under this definition, a person being manually stimulated by another person’s hand would be engaging in private parts grinding, as would a man whose manhood brushed repeatedly against a partner’s thigh or breasts.

In practice, however, private parts grinding is usually reserved for occasions in which there is non-penetrative private contact. So if two men rub their members together, or a man rubs his manhood against a woman’s female organ, they would be practicing private parts grinding.

Is it safe? 

The question often arises as to whether or not private parts grinding is considered safe sensual activity. The answer really depends upon the way in which safe sensual activity is defined.  For example, it is very unlikely to contract most dangerous social diseases through bare private parts grinding. (Using rubbers decreases the likelihood even further.)

However, there are a number of social diseases that are more commonly associated with private parts grinding. These include herpes, warts, scabies and chancroids. (Again, the use of rubbers can reduce the risk of such infections.)

The itchy male organ question 

There also are more “benign” issues that could result from private parts grinding, including those that can bring about an itchy male organ condition. Some possible causes could be:

- Yeast. Rubbing a bare member against another member with thrush or against a female organ with a yeast infection can easily allow the infection to be passed on to a previously-clean manhoods.

- Latex allergy. If one partner wears a rubber and the other does not, the latex may cause an allergic reaction if the bare member is especially sensitive. In some cases, even if the member does not have an allergy to latex, the barrier protection may simply rub the delicate manhood skin the wrong way.

- Contact dermatitis. An itchy male organ and accompanying rash can easily develop on a member that rubs against a partner who has been exposed to harsh chemicals from soaps, detergents, perfumes, etc. If a metal manhood ring is involved, or if the partner member or female organ contains piercings that house metal components, the manhood may react with a “rash” thanks to the friction caused by the metal.

Precautions 

Those who are worried about getting an itchy male organ from private parts grinding can take some precautions. Wearing a rubber (if one is not allergic to it) is always a good option for minimizing itch. Bathing the partner’s genitals with a non-allergenic soap and water mix can be fun as well as a good way to remove any potential itch-causing chemicals.  And above all, ask if the partner has any issues (e.g., a social disease, a yeast infection, etc.) before engaging in sensual play.

If private parts grinding does lead to an itchy male organ for simple dermatological reasons, know that using a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help to alleviate the itchiness. Be sure to find a crème that contains a dynamic duo of moisturizers, such as a high end emollient (Shea butter is excellent) and a natural hydrator (simple vitamin E works well). Well-moisturized skin is less prone to itchiness. If the crème contains pantothenic acid (also called vitamin B5), so much the better. Pantothenic acid is used in products that fight eczema and other skin rashes, so it can help decrease the need to scratch the member as well.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common member health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.penishealth101.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.