Is Penis Enlargement Corelated to Penis Cleansing
How Penis Size can be increased with regular Penis wash
There is much unnecessary anxiety over the issue of hygiene. It is not at all difficult to maintain proper hygiene. “…health professionals generally agree that uncircumcised boys do not have any special hygienic problems.” Concern for proper hygiene is over emphasized, and so the needless practice of routine circumcision continues.
Overzealous cleaning attempts can cause posthitis, urinary tract infections and phimosis. People are surprised to learn that the intact penis requires no special care. The best advice is to simply leave it alone.
It is important to maintain personal hygiene, but too much washing with soap and detergents can make you sore.
Usually starting around the age of 5 or 6, boys should be taught to retract their own foreskins once a week and rinsing with warm water. Sometimes the separation process takes longer and a boy may not be able to fully retract his foreskin until he is 10 or more. This is normal and not cause for alarm. Once the foreskin is retractable , the instructions for cleaning are simple.
- Gently pull the foreskin back.
- Rinse with warm water only. Soap under the foreskin can cause irritation and swelling.
- Pull the foreskin back in place over the head of your penis.
No one should do this for him. He can pull the foreskin back by himself gently. After rinsing, he simply pulls the foreskin back into place. We do not pull out our teeth to prevent cavities — we brush them.
When your son reaches puberty, he should retract and rinse during daily bathing. Brushing teeth is more difficult than cleaning the intact penis. It is ridiculous to think that children cannot be taught and counted on to perform this simple task through adulthood. Circumcision does not improve hygiene. It surgically removes healthy, protective tissue.
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There is a great temptation to use talc and deodorants, but these are best avoided because talc will get under the foreskin where it may cause irritation. This will give rise to bacterial infection, if rubbed and later on would smell bad, emitting unbearable odor. Forget oral sex performed by your sex partner on you.
You should wash your penis gently and retract the foreskin regularly (such as when you have a bath or shower).
As for checking your testicles, this is well worthwhile to detect any changes in the scrotum at the earliest possible stage.
While most lumps in the scrotum are not cancers, it is essential that young men should be aware of any lump in the testes. Testicular tumours are now the most common cancer of young men.
If you examine your scrotum each time you wash yourself, you will then be aware of any changes.
And if anything seems different, ask your GP to check you; your doctor will not be remotely embarrassed as checking male genitalia is something that is done every day in the surgery.
You clean a penis the same way you would any other part of the body, with soap and water. The only thing to remember, is that if you are not circumcised, you need to retract your foreskin and clean underneath it.