How To Make your P@nis Smell Good
As a man, keeping your p@nis healthy and sweet is important.
Your se*ual organs are very valuable and must be cared for. But before I proceed let’s me quickly explain some terminologies used here:
Please don’t use slang
Words and Their Meaning:
The number of highly imaginative slang words that have been used to describe p@nis can leave patients embarrassed and doctors wondering. Keep it real and you’ll be taken seriously. Here’s a quick anatomically correct dictionary of our own for you to memorise and check off next time you’re in the mirror:
P@nis and foreskin – no explanation needed.
Shaft – the main length of your p@nis but not including the glans (tip).
Glans/tip – the highly sensitive area at the end of the p@nis, usually covered by a foreskin, unless removed in an operation called a circumcision, with an opening for urine and semen to escape.
Meatus – pronounced “me-ay-tuss”, this is the medical name for that opening.
Testes – otherwise known as testicles or balls. All are acceptable.
Scrotum – this is the stretchy skin that forms a sack for your testes. A thin muscle allows the scrotum to contract, which it does so in cold conditions to maintain your sperm at a constant temperature.
Epididymis – behind and above the testes lies the area that stores the sperm made in the testes. Above the testes is a firm tube that carries your sperm from the epididymis (via the prostate which lies near your bladder, so it goes a long way) eventually out through your urethra to come out in the hole in the tip of your p@nis (yep, the meatus – well remembered).
Knowing just a small detail of anatomy can really take the embarrassment out of a problem when explaining things. So next time you notice that something’s not right, be confident and just tell your doctor “straight up”.
1. A clean p@nis is very important, so wash your di.k with warm water at least twice a day. Clean the scrotum and under the shaft gently and scrub your scrotal sack too.
2. Leaving too much hair around it is not cool.
During se*,the hair can cause cuts on the virg. organs and condum.
Also, hair around the base of the it can be breeding ground for boils and cause bad odour so shave or keep it short and clean.
3. Don’t pamper it too much, As soon as you notice an infection, boil, rashes, please get help immediately.
4. Many guys wear one boxer for a whole week or even a month but for health reasons please change your boxers everyday.
Dirty boxer may give you permanent bad smell and a bad taste.
5. Guys what you eat affects the taste of your semen or penile juice.
Avoid too much garlic, onion, alcohol,coffee and spicy foods.
Eat fruits that are high in natural sugar like tiger nuts, dabino, oranges, apples, mangoes and please take honey too.
They all make your sperm taste good to feed the egg for a healthy baby.
6. A woman’s face may need makeup but not your p@nis.
Avoid using powder around the p@nis. If you do, especially after shaving, you might have to deal with serious irritations.
It doesn’t need perfume to smell good so don’t spray perfume around it.
*NB*: For those who are not circumcised, in your case, please pull back the the foreskin and wash underneath with warm water everyday.
Always remember, a clean p@nis is mightier than Goliath’s sword..
Finally guys, please go for a quick check up if you notice any changes within your scrotum, this could be a sign of prostrate cancer.
It’s common among men about and above 50 years of age.
Please this is educational material so don’t take offence prostate cancer is real and claims life…..
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