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One can never be too careful when it comes to male organ health. Know the signs and symptoms of the clap, a very common communicable disease, as well as how to treat it to keep the male organ healthy.

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Safeguarding Men’s Reproductive health - Symptoms of the Clap

By John Dugan


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When it comes to one’s reproductive health, most people tend to take it for granted. Some men even take a wait and see approach. While some people can get lucky and never encounter a partner transmitted infection, an estimated 50% of active adults will contract one at some point in their life. Thus, it pays to be proactive and take charge of one’s reproductive health to prevent a more serious problem down the line. Learning how to be proactive when it comes to men’s health and to exercise proper male organ care can prevent problems before they start, and knowing the signs of some common communicable diseases can help men – and their partners - to get the treatment they need before serious consequences develop.

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Know the Signs and Symptoms

A very common partner transmitted infection a man can encounter these days is the clap. Though most men have heard of it, few would know what to look for or what to do if the symptoms were present. Part of being proactive about one’s health is being informed. Information is key and knowing the symptoms means a greater likelihood of seeking treatment early on, and preventing the spread of the infection to one’s partner.

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Unfortunately, the clap can be especially difficult to diagnose, because some individuals carry the infection without having any symptoms. This means they more easily transmit the infection to a partner -- as they may be unaware they are carrying it until their partner becomes symptomatic. For this reason, it is important to know the symptoms that are experienced by both men and women, as one individual in the partnership may be asymptomatic and still infect the other.

Symptoms are most likely to appear 2 to 10 days after exposure, but may take up to 30 days in some cases.

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Know what to expect from a doctor’s appointment

For people who are symptomatic, it may be apparent to the doctor what is going on, but the diagnosis will still be confirmed via a swab test. Individuals who are asymptomatic but have recent known exposure, or just want to be tested to make sure, can also be diagnosed via a simple fluid swab. The doctor will swab the male urethra, or the female cervix, and the sample will be analyzed for signs of the clap. Throat and anal cultures are also conducted if there is reason to test for the infection in those areas. In some cases, doctors may prefer to conduct a simple urine screen to test for bacteria in the urine to make a diagnosis. Test results can take several days to come in, and one should abstain from intimate contact if the clap is suspected, in order to prevent passing it on.

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Know How is The clap treated

A round of antibiotics easily cures the clap. If one partner has been diagnosed with the clap, the other partner should be tested and simultaneously treated to prevent spreading the infection back and forth to one another. As with any infection, one must always finish the entire round of antibiotics – even if symptoms disappear – failure to do so may lead to a relapse of the condition.

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Know How to Maintain Male organ Health

Here are a few quick tips to maintaining male organ health; after all, it is the only one a man is ever going to get, so he should really take care of it!

  • If one becomes infected with the clap, all recent partners must be informed so they can get tested. Sure, it can be embarrassing to talk about, but untreated infections can cause sterility, extreme sickness, or even death, so not telling is simply not an option.

  • Do not have relations until the full round of antibiotics has been completed and the doctor has verified a clean bill of health. The infection can still be spread during treatment!

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  • Always, always use protection during intimacy. It is the best way to protect the male organ from disease.

  • Any person who is not in a monogamous relationship, should regularly be screened for partner transmitted infections

  • Use a high-quality male organ vitamin cream on a daily basis to keep the male organ healthy and virile. An all-natural male organ oil (most professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) can keep the skin smooth, fight bacteria, and even increase sensitivity at the same time.

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