9 Things You Should Never Ever Do To Your Penis
We might not heard much talks about our private areas. The basic thing that we all know is that, vagina and penis are the most sensitive parts of a human body. However, apart from this, there is a lot more about private organs, that we all need to take good care of. we agree that human bodies differ from person to person, nonetheless, there are some basic things that you must never do when dealing with private organs. If you want your penis to be healthy and perfectly functioning, you will have to also give up on several bad lifestyle habits.
In this video, we will show you 9 things you should never ever do to your penis.
1. Do Not Use Harsh Cleaners 0:46
You might feel like your penis needs a special cleanser to keep it in mint condition. However, using anything other than a gentle soap and warm water will just irritate the sensitive skin and give you a bad rash. Harsh detergents will just leave your crotch burning for days, instead of cleaning your genitals better.
2. Never Bend them while Erect 1:09
You might be thinking that your penis is capable of performing many wonderful feats, but bending is not that good for your penis. The shaft when fully erect, is not meant to be available in any other ways
3. Your Penis hates smoking 1:32
If the after effects of smoking like lung cancer and respiratory failure, don’t stop you from smoking. Then, you should be thinking of stop smoking at least for the sake of your sex life betterment. Smoking can cause plaque buildup in your arteries which in turn restrict blood flow to your penis. So, before you face the issue of erectile dysfunction put the cigarette down.
4. Don’t Pull your penis too much 1:59
Some men have this weird habit of pulling their penis for no good reason. If you think that will help you grow your penis trust us it won’t. You are just wasting your time. And do not forget that it is your penis not some rubber band to be pulling it this way.
5. Don’t Self-Medicate 2:20
If you have an unexpected date and you might rush into the nearest medical shop to buy some quick pills or latest penile enhancements available there. but be wiser than that. Any drug that promises to add 3 inches to your penis or boost your erection is suspicious, and harmful at worst.
6. Always Rinse Well 2:47
After a sexual session with your love mate, the last thing you might feel like doing is, walking to the restroom and washing your private areas. Beware that, avoiding this could be a roadway to cause urinary tract infections.
7. Do not let your partner bite or slap your penis 3:10
A penis is supposed to be a very sensitive organ. So, even if you are in the middle of an intense love making session, don’t let your partner bite or slap your penis. Well, you can give it a try if you are okay with taking the pain and consequences.
8. Too Much Friction Is Not Good 3:38
Don’t forget that, you’re doing this for pleasure, not as a workout routine. Masturbating or thrusting too hard can irritate your skin from too much friction. The skin around the penis might also get inflamed and less sensitive if you don’t go ease on it, So next time practice a little restraint.
9. Communicate In Bed 4:01
Love doesn’t mean you should ignore your own feelings. If your partner is hurting you make sure they know it. Maybe they don’t intend to hurt you that much. Our genitals are one of the most sensitive areas of our body, So, Communicate open-heartedly, and don’t feel like you need to suffer in silence, just to spare your partner’s feelings.
So, These are the 9 things you should never, ever do to your penis. Consider staying away from those.
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