Let’s be honest: Men hate going to the doctor. Men are often afraid of what they might find when they do visit the doc and get the lowdown on their health. That’s especially true of male organ health. No matter how good a man’s male organ care is, when he discovers manhood bumps or other member problems, his first thought is that it’s something horrible – and he doesn’t want the doctor to tell him just how bad it is!
But the truth is that in most cases, a doctor provides ample reassurance for a man who is worried about member problems. Here are the most common reasons a man says he won’t go to the doctor, and why those reasons should be overcome.
1. “There’s nothing wrong.” Perhaps that’s true, but it’s necessary to make sure. That’s why everyone is encouraged to visit the doctor on an annual basis for a simple physical, which will check over everything about their health and let them know if anything needs to be addressed. Sure, those manhood bumps might be entirely benign, but a man can’t know for sure until a professional looks him over and says the same thing.
2. “No one wants to hear what a doctor says.” In some cases, that’s true. But as the old saying goes, knowing is half the battle. A man must know what’s going on with his body at all times in order to stay in the best of health, and that includes knowing what those manhood bumps are. And the good news is that once the doctor gives a man details on his member problems, he won’t be as nervous if it happens again.
3. “It’s embarrassing.” It’s understandable that a guy doesn’t want to drop his shorts in front of just anyone, but especially not a medical professional in a cold, sterile room. The very idea of it can make a man blush. But even if a medical-related inspection of the junk is embarrassing, it’s one of those things a man must go through when he’s practicing good male organ care as a responsible adult.
4. “The answers are on the internet.” Actually, consulting Doctor Google is the worst thing a man could do when it comes to manhood bumps and other member problems. If a dozen articles say those manhood bumps are benign, the one article that screams ‘member cancer’ is the one that will stick in a man’s mind. Avoid that altogether and visit the doctor to get a firm diagnosis.
5. “But it might hurt!” The idea of a doctor coming at the most sensitive areas of a man’s skin with a needle – or worse – can be enough to keep a guy from going to the doctor. But the truth is that most manhood bumps can be diagnosed simply by looking at them or feeling of them. And if a doctor does have to do any sort of procedure, a guy will have plenty of time to consider whether he wants to go that route, and can always refuse if he so chooses.
Making the decision for better male organ care
A man who is still on the fence should go ahead and make an appointment. Sometimes the mere fact that there is an appointment – that now he has an obligation to go – can help alleviate the fear and get a man to the doctor.
In the meantime, a guy can do everything he can to ensure the best member care at home. This includes the use of a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Excellent health benefits can be obtained from a good crème, especially one that contains vitamins A, C and D for their healing properties, vitamin B5 for its maintenance of healthy tissue, and amino acids to protect against free radicals and peripheral nerve damage. And of course, vitamin E and Shea butter keeps skin smooth and supple, helping improve a guy’s male organ health dramatically.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.