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Safe coupling is a key component of male organ health, but there are several things a man might not know in this area. Consider the following transmitted infection facts.

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An active coupling life is an important part of overall wellbeing for most men; a safe coupling life is key to physical wellbeing and proper male organ health. Unfortunately, many people don’t know all the facts about partner-transmitted infections, including what is tested for and what symptoms may or may not present. This means many adults are at risk for contracting and spreading infections. It’s imperative that people learn about transmitted infection facts to ensure a safe, healthy coupling life.


Who should get tested?

  • Any man who is engaging in coupling would do well to be tested yearly. Even when barrier protections are used, there’s a chance, though small, that infections may be transmitted. Risk increases if a man has experienced barrier protection breakage or slippage, and if he couples with multiple partners. Men who have unprotected coupling should definitely be tested at least once a year.
  • It’s especially important for men with symptoms to get tested. The exact tests he receives will depend on his risk level and any symptoms, to be determined by a medical professional. He may request testing that is not deemed necessary as well.



  • Men need to know what symptoms indicate infection; just as importantly, they need to realize that, sometimes, no symptoms are present.
  • When men experience itching within the urethra, burning upon urination and abnormal discharge, they may have contracted a social disease, although a more mild cause such as yeast infection may also be indicated. Testing is crucial. The transmitted infections associated with these symptoms are trachomatis bacterial infection, Neisseria bacterial infection and trichomoniasis (caused by the Trichomonas parasite). Only about 30% of people with trichomoniasis develop symptoms, but non-symptomatic people can pass it on regardless.


Another common symptom of certain infections is the presence of bumps or sores on the male organ. Bumps should be diagnosed by a health professional to determine what type they are. HSV infection, warts, molluscum contagiosum and Treponema pallidum bacterial infection may be indicated.

  • HSV and warts generally don’t cause major health issues, although they are unpleasant and can be itchy or painful. Molluscum contagiosum is benign, while Treponema pallidum bacterial infection can actually kill a person. Early detection and treatment are imperative.
  • There are many forms of the human papilloma virus (HPV), some of which cause warts, some that cause cervical cancer and others that are benign and have no symptoms


Human immunodeficiency virus infection begins with symptoms similar to those of the flu – fever, fatigue and swollen lymph nodes. Others include diarrhea and weight loss.

  • Tests
  • Trachomatis and Neisseria bacterial infections can be tested for with a urine sample or a swab inside the urethra. Rear end testing should be done if men have received posterior coupling.
  • Human immunodeficiency virus can be tested for via blood test or a swab of the mouth.
  • No tests for HPV exist for men. If a man is infected with the kind that causes warts, a visual diagnosis is conducted.


Treponema pallidum bacterial infection can be tested for with a blood test or, if a sore is present, with a swab of the sore.

  • Non-symptomatic HSV may be tested for with a blood test. If bumps are present, a swab can be taken. HSV tests aren’t always conclusive or reliable.
  • Trichomoniasis may be diagnosed visually or via swab, although the infection is harder to detect in men.
  • Molluscum contagiosum can be diagnosed visually.

Optimal male organ care

  • The importance of safe coupling cannot be overestimated, and regular testing is a key component. Remember that not every infection has symptoms, and not everything can be tested for.
  • Along with using barrier protection, men can give their male organs the best care possible by using a male organ health crème(health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). Such a product will not protect against transmitted infections, but it will keep the skin in optimal condition, thanks to natural moisturizers, and encourage healthy blood flow to the male organ