Weird Manhood Sensation: What Does Tingling
Most guys know their member really well, and as such they are probably
sure they have felt almost every manhood sensation possible. But what
happens when their male organ suddenly begins tingling? That's a sensation
that most men haven't felt before, and for good reason tingling can often
mean something negative. In addition to keeping up with a great member
care regimen, a man should always be on the lookout for sensations that
don't make sense, like the tingling that might signal member problems.
A tingling member: Cause for worry?
A man's male organ might tingle from time to time, especially when he's in
the midst of a good self-pleasuring session or playing around with a partner.
As with most other manhood sensations, it's important to remember that if
the sensation is fleeting, it's probably nothing to worry about. It's when the
sensation continues unabated or comes back rather often that a man should
begin to worry.
In the case of tingling, the usual issues include nerve endings that are
severely irritated, inflammation of the member, minor traumas or problems
with blood flow. Here's a longer breakdown of the potential problems:
1. Infections. The most common cause of adverse manhood sensation is
a socially shared infection. The inflammation caused by many of these
infections can lead to a tingling sensation. In addition, many
infections irritate the nerve endings, which means tingling can be
accompanied by pain, itching, a red male organ and other problems,
such as discharge. If a man is sensually active, a partner-shared
infection cannot be ruled out; if a man isn't sensually active, he could
still be suffering from problems such as jock itch or a yeast infection.
That means any tingling sensation of the male organ deserves a check
by the doctor.
2. Neuropathy. Men who suffer from various medical conditions might
also suffer from neu