Sex, and the body parts involved in it, can be quite messy. Everyone seems to have different opinions about cleanliness down there but there are some basics that apply to every man.
While run-of-the-mill scrubbing up is important, sexual hygiene entails much more than that.
With that in mind, here are a few suggestions by the best condom brand in India – Manforce, on how to keep your life between the sheets hygienic and healthy, no matter how dirty it gets.
Skin in a man’s genital region is not all that different from other areas of the body, so cleaning once a day is just fine. To avoid jock itch, men should take care to dry off well after swimming, bathing, and sweating. It’s also a good idea to wash up before any intercourse where the penile penetration is involved. This is nowhere near the best way to prevent the spread of infections but it may cut back the chances of transmission to some extent.
For men who are uncircumcised, it is important to clean under the foreskin, making sure to wipe away any residue that has built up there. This is mostly a cleanliness issue but it can be more serious. If there is a lot of accumulation, then it becomes a substance that can also hold onto bacteria, so the risk of a sexually transmitted infection is inflated.
“Let’s hope this tip doesn’t surprise too many people but men should change their underwear daily.”
This can help avoid infections, irritation, and odor. If you’ve engaged in a particularly sweaty activity, a midday change may even be warranted.
It’s recommended that everyone get a routine physical exam once a year. With a whole year’s worth of living to catch up on, it’s vital that you are open and honest about your sexual history and concerns during these visits. For people who are sexually active, requesting an STD test at this time is a good call too, regardless of whether you’ve been using condom.
In the last couple of decades, body hair for both men and women has become a grooming battleground. People didn’t do this in the past, you just accepted the way your genitals naturally had hair. Women are still significantly more likely than men to go bare down there but most everyone admits to some trimming.
While this is a fairly harmless personal preference, people should know that pubic hair does serve some purpose. Pubic hair may help your stuff stay clean and warm, while also adding some comfort during intercourse. Pubic hair (and armpit hair) is also believed to hold onto and diffuse pheromones, helping people attract each other.
Ignoring more extreme activities, many common sexual practices involve some level of skin tearing and bleeding. This includes vaginal and anal sex. If someone chooses to engage in either behavior, then it’s recommended that they use a condom. Don’t depend on seeing bleeding in order to know when you might be in trouble. Many of these tears are tiny but even microscopic openings in the skin can contribute to STD transmission. For this reason, use Manforce condom for your sexual activities.
Just about everyone has some kind of odor going on down there, no matter how much they clean. Follow the rules of cleaning once a day and after sweaty activities and you should be fine.
Soap and water is all that’s needed for the job. So don’t go hunting for any special products or deodorizers, which could simply create irritation without helping a whole lot. Anything beyond basic washing is unnecessary.
Poor hygiene can lead to infection, which in turn can lead to serious diseases. So, get innovative and sassy under the sheets, but follow these sexual hygiene habits to have lots of safe sex.
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