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Male Organ Warts, HSV Or Acne – ID Hints For 3 Unsightly Problems

A quick online search of the men’s health forums will show that one of the biggest concerns men express relates to male organ warts and HSV. This concern is understandable, since intimately-transmitted infections are highly contagious, increasingly prevalent, and in some cases incurable.

However, although a wart or blemish on the male organ can certainly raise instant alarm, these bumps are often less sinister than they seem. Many men mistake simple skin problems such as acne for symptoms of a communicable disease. Knowing what to look for can help men to tell the difference between conditions like male organ warts, HSV and ordinary pimples; and following the appropriate male organ health care measures can help to clear up minor blemishes, as well as reducing the risk of more serious infection.

Recognizing male organ warts
Male organ warts, or pelvic warts, are typically caused by a partner-transmitted infection known as human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV can present as single bumps or clusters of warts which may appear flesh-colored, whitish or grey in color. They generally have a dome-shaped surface which may be rough, and they do not normally contain a fluid that can be squeezed out. While they may cause some discomfort during intimacy, they generally don’t demonstrate any other symptoms. Pelvic warts can appear anywhere on the male organ or private area and are highly transmittable.

Furthermore, men and women can carry HPV without any visible symptoms, but anyone carrying the virus can pass it on to a partner. Regular testing for HPV is strongly urged for anyone who is intimately active. The virus has been linked to increased risk of male organ and cervical cancer, so vaccination is often recommended.

Recognizing HSV
A large number of skin conditions can exhibit symptoms similar to those of HSV, so it is understandable that many people quickly assume the worst when these signs are present on the male organ: fluid-filled blisters that may burst and scab over, small red sores, itching, and burning on urination are all indicators of pelvic HSV.

This disease is highly contagious, and anyone who is carrying the virus can spread it to an intimate partner, whether or not they are experiencing an outbreak. While the symptoms of HSV can be controlled to an extent, there is no known cure, so managing outbreaks becomes a lifetime need for anyone who is affected. It is recommended that anyone who experiences these symptoms be tested immediately; individuals who may be infected should abstain from intimacy until a firm diagnosis has been made.

Acne signs and symptoms
Acne can affect the skin of the male organ as well as most other parts of the body. While it can present similar symptoms as infectious diseases, it is not contagious and cannot be transferred to another person. Acne is characterized by pus-filled bumps which may appear red and inflamed or have a white substance on the surface. Acne can appear as single blemishes, or several may occur within a small area on the skin.

This condition is caused by bacteria that are attracted to the oils and dead skin cells that may build up in the pores; outbreaks are often triggered by hormonal changes and occur most frequently in teens, although older men may experience them as well.
Daily care for the male organ skin
Caring for the male organ skin is essential in reducing the appearance of minor skin problems such as acne, as well as infected follicles, dry skin, stretch marks and other unwelcome imperfections. Attention to personal hygiene is essential, as daily washing can reduce the buildup of oils and dead skin cells that attract acne-causing bacteria.

Moisturizing can help to prevent over-drying of the skin and provide a moisture barrier against external invaders that can penetrate damaged dermal tissue and cause unsightly blemishes and marks.

Applying a male organ nutrient cream (most health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) containing ingredients such as vitamin A – for fighting acne and scarring; vitamin C – for building collagen and healthy dermal cells; and vitamin E – for smoothing the skin and protecting from dehydration may help to reduce the appearance of skin impurities and leave the male organ feeling smooth, supple and responsive.