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Sometimes Male Organ Bumps May Be Hives By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-10-19 09:16:18 | 142 Reads | Unrated

Summary

A man wants to proudly display his member in appropriate situations, not hide it because male organ bumps from hives makes it unsightly. Treating the hives is necessary for member health.

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When a man does a major disrobe and presents his manhood to a partner – especially a new partner – the last thing he wants to worry about are unsightly male organ bumps. He wants his partner to respond with a delighted “Oooooh!” rather than a displeased “Eww!” Certainly paying close attention to adequate member health can help prevent male organ bumps, but knowing the cause of the condition is necessary for treatment. In some cases, those male organ bumps may be classified as hives.

What are hives? 

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n when people think of hives, they think of it in a metaphorical way, as when someone says “That scary scene in the movie really gave me hives!” But just what are hives, anyway?

Hives are a dermatological issue that present as “welts” on the skin. These welts may be of any size and may or may not be raised and bump-like; sometimes they have a somewhat “crusted” appearance, like a scab. These circular marks are red or pink and they have a tendency to itch. Their medical name is urticaria, but they are also known as a nettle rash.

Urticaria is a superficial condition, meaning it occurs on top of the skin. If the swelling occurs underneath the skin, it is referred to as angioedema.

An individual hive has a short “life span,” usually disappearing in 24 hours or so – but it often is replaced by a new one in the same general area. The welts also usually appear in clusters. In an acute case of hives, they may appear and disappear continuously for up to six weeks. Cases that last longer than six weeks are considered chronic hives.

Hives are quite common; an estimated one in five people will contract hives in its acute form at some time in their lives.

What causes them? 

There can be many different “triggers” for an outbreak of hives. In general, it’s easier to determine the cause of acute hives; sometimes it is impossible to determine why a person has chronic hives.

Among the causes commonly associated with acute hives cases are:

- Food allergies. Some people develop hives from specific foods. Common culprits include fruits (with an emphasis on citrus varieties), nuts, berries, eggs, shellfish and milk.

- Insect bites.

- Latex (which can have a definite impact on male organ bumps when a latex protective device is employed during coupling).

- Chemical contact.

- Prolonged exposure to sunlight.

- Medications (especially those for high blood pressure, heart issues, anxiety or inflammation).

Determining the cause of chronic hives is often more difficult. Factors often responsible for the condition are stress, exercise, heat, and in some cases, pregnancy.

Treatment 

The most common treatment for hives is antihistamines, although these do not so much treat the disorder itself as help to relieve the itching associated with it. In some instances, a doctor may prescribe other treatment, such as prednisone.

Male organ bumps due to hives can result in a serious itching situation, one which antihistamines alone may not be able to adequately treat. It may be beneficial to also regularly apply a first rate member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) topically on the manhood. Hives are accompanied by dry male organ skin, so re-hydrating the skin will help alleviate some of the desire to scratch as well. In order to properly moisturize the skin, the selected crème will need to possess a combination of hydrators, such as luxurious Shea butter and natural vitamin E. A crème with pantothenic acid (popularly known as vitamin B5) is also desirable; pantothenic acid aids skin cells in healing and regrowth, which can produce healthier, more resistant male member skin.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common member health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy male member. 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.