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Manhood Pain and Dealing with Blue Sacks By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-10-17 01:06:04 | 127 Reads | Unrated


While there might be many causes of occasional manhood pain, blue sacks is one that will be familiar to most men. Here’s why blue sacks happens and what can be done about it.

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Every man has heard the term ‘blue sacks’ and might have actually experienced it at one time or another. Manhood pain that results from sensual frustration is a very real thing, though interestingly enough, there have been no studies on it and there are very few mentions of the phenomenon in medical literature. Though good attention to regular male organ care can keep a man healthy and help prevent any other reasons for manhood pain, blue sacks is another beast altogether.

What are blue sacks?

Though a man might say he has ‘bl

ue sacks’ when he has been rejected during a romantic pursuit or has been teased relentlessly by a potential intimate partner, the term is usually just a figure of speech, and not a true physical pain. However, some men do report getting so ‘worked up’ without release that they do have a dull, aching pain in the groin, especially in the sacks. This pain might take some time to go away, and might not alleviate until a man releases seed.

Why does the pain happen?

Here’s a surprise: Scientists actually have very little idea why blue sacks happens. They know it’s a serious thing for many men (and it stands to reason that several of those researchers are probably men themselves, and thus they have dealt with the unique pain that blue sacks can cause), but there have been no studies done on it.

Perhaps this is because men who deal with blue sacks can readily ease the situation through seed release, or that blue sacks doesn’t equate to any deeper medical issue that might send a man straight to the urologist with worry about what is going on down there. If it doesn’t seem to be a chronic issue, why do any research? That seems to be the common view.

However, there are theories as to why blue sacks happen. It makes sense that as the blood builds up in the male organ during arousal, it might linger there when a man doesn’t get the release he is anticipating. When there is no release, the blood drains more slowly from the area. That lingering blood in the area can put pressure on the sacks, which then begin to ache.

Some men might experience serious manhood pain along with aching sacks. But then there are some very unfortunate men who might actually notice a blue tint to the area. If the case of blue sacks becomes a case of the sacks literally turning blue, it’s time to see the doctor. This usually means that the blood has been blocked from leaving the penis, perhaps by a male organ ring or certain erectile dysfunction drugs.

Keeping the area as healthy as possible

Though manhood pain and aching sacks are common problems when a man is sensually frustrated, the problem can usually be remedied. Spilling seed makes a difference, as does the old adage about a ‘cold shower’ – though even a nice, warm shower can ease the pain and make a man feel like his old self again.

To promote even more healing, a man should seek out a top-notch member health crème  (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Specifically, a man should look for a cream that contains a proper mix of vitamins and nutrients, such as L-arginine for increased blood flow and vitamin B5 for daily maintenance of healthy tissue. Of great importance is acetyl L carnitine, an amino acid proven to protect against nerve damage and improve male organ sensitivity – always an important step after a case of blue sacks. These and other powerful ingredients should be offered in a high-end emollient, such as Shea butter, to help ensure skin stays as smooth and supple as nature intended.

Visit 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: John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.