Saturday, 21 September 2013 09:49

Self-pleasuring Hazards - When Vacuuming the Woody Really Sucks

In the mid-1980s, the British Medical Journal published a series of case reports in which middle-aged men had what appeared to be a catastrophic response to cleaning. Somehow, in the midst of their home-improvement efforts, they trapped delicate manhood cells in the intake of the family vacuum cleaner, and they were wounded in the process. These men

generally claimed that they had tripped, or that the machine somehow happened to turn itself on as they were walking by in an unfortunate unclothed state.

In this day and age, fewer men would find it necessary to produce such a cover story. In fact, many men who happened to harm their willies with the vacuum would have no problem explaining just what they were doing in the hopes of keeping future fappers from falling to the same fate. And yet there seem to be new cases of vacuum self-pleasuring injuries each and every year. The suction is just too enticing, and men seem to lose their minds at the thought. Avoiding the temptation is key to an intact male organ, but if the call can't be avoided, a trip to the doctor's office is just part of the male organ care that might be needed to amend the damage.

Vacuum Basics

The standard vacuum is capable of delivering a sucking sensation due to a precise dance that involves a motor and a series of tiny, whizzing fans. When the motor clicks on, air moves through the vacuum through the work of these moving fan blades, and in most cases, the blades don't shut off when they come into contact with something solid. They keep whirring and whirring until that object is broken into small pieces that can fit inside the bag of the vacuum.

Most men believe that their vacuums have blades that are buried deep within the appliance. In reality, some vacuums have blades that are just 5 inches from the intake to the device. A firm male organ could easily reach 5 inches or even longer, especially when the tissues are stretched and pulled by the suction of the fan. As a result, a male organ that starts off feeling wonderful could emerge in chopped-up bits.

Using an attachment isn't safe, either, as the tubes sold in attachment kits tend to be the same diameter as a firm male organ. The tight fit can be delightful, but when the vacuum is turned on, the suction can be powerful enough to cause intense blood blisters. In some cases, the trapped blood simply breaks through the skin, causing rips and tears that are slow to heal.

Standard Care

Most vacuum-based injuries are treated in hospital emergency rooms. Here, surgeons take a peek at the damage left behind, and they use a variety of needles and threads to patch the skin back together. In extreme cases, men lose entire parts of their anatomy, but superficial injuries typically require little more than a few stitches and some time to heal.

As a man heals, he might be required to:

1. Urinate through a catheter for several days

2. Take oral antibiotics to stave off infection

3. Stay celibate until the skin no longer bleeds

4. Apply ice to keep the swelling down

Less-dangerous Options for At-home Entertainment

Men tempted to go to extremes with self-pleasuring often end up with dry, desensitized skin. As a result, it is more difficult to detect a normal level of sensory stimulation, so they are forced to get a little more creative when the urge arises.

Instead of turning to household appliances, men are better off sticking with the tools of the trade that are designed for the purpose. Flexible sleeves, vibrators, and similar tools that can be purchased at the local adult emporium may be a better choice for men who need a little extra stimulation. In using these items, it is important to follow instructions and exercises any recommended safety measures.

In addition, using a male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) on a daily basis can help to protect the manhood skin, as well as promote healing when friction-related injuries do occur. These products contain vitamins that can nourish skin cells and nerve cells, allowing the male organ to feel every little tingle of pleasure that's possible without resorting to more dangerous tools.

Visit 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. Man Health

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