There’s no doubt about it: Member ulcers can be scary. Even a man who maintains the best male organ care, including careful daily cleansing and using a barrier protection during all sensual activity, might one day look down to see this unexpected sore on his male organ. So what is a member ulcer and how does a man get it? And more importantly, how does a guy get rid of it?
What’s a member ulcer?
Member ulcers are open sores on the male organ. It might be alone, just one strange sore in the midst of perfectly healthy skin. Or it might be one of several that show up on the male organ. Sometimes they are even accompanied by rashes, with the more significant part of the rash leading to the member ulcer.
When it comes to pain, member ulcers vary widely. Some are entirely pain-free; a man could touch it and not even wince. But others are very painful, even when they are not being touched by anything, even soft underwear. They might be accompanied by swelling and itching.
What causes member ulcers?
In most cases, a member ulcer must be brought to a doctor’s attention, as it can be caused by many things that a man doesn’t want to think about. These include:
1.Social diseases. Chlaymidia, herpes, and syphilis can lead to serious member ulcers. Another infection, known as chancroid, is rare in the United States but more common in developing countries, can cause member ulcers.
2.Mononucleosis. Yes, this is often called �mono� or �the kissing disease� because it spreads easily through saliva. Mono is usually accompanied by fatigue, swollen lymph nodes, fever and sore throat. In some cases it can also cause member ulcers.
3.Granuloma inguinale. This is a bacterial disease that is more common in tropical climates. If the ulcers from this do not get prompt treatment, the damage to manhood health can be permanent.
4.Yeast infections. The member ulcers from a long-running yeast infection will usually occur near the tip of the male organ, but they can also happen anywhere along the surrounding area.
5.Scabies. These microscopic skin mites can wreak havoc on a man’s body, and they tend to really like the midsection. Enough of them, given enough time, can create member ulcers, usually from openings in the skin as a result of itching.
6.Skin wounds. The simplest explanation, any sort of abrasion or wound on the male organ skin � perhaps from a rigorous round of sensual activity the night before � can lead to an ulcer.
7.Male organ cancer. While male organ cancer is rather rare, it’s important to get a member ulcer checked out to ensure that’s not what’s happening.
The only one on this list that might be treated without a doctor’s visit is the skin wound. That’s because a man will likely know exactly what happened � for instance, he will look down and see the ulcer, then realize it must have happened last night, when he was a little too enthusiastic but didn’t use enough creme. Otherwise, any skin ulcer without a perfectly clear cause must be checked out.