Published: 2019-11-19   Views: 42
Author: man1health
Published in: Health & Fitness
Off-White, Clumpy Male Organ Sludge: The Difference Between Smegma And A Yeast Infection

You know there is something wrong with your dingle. It’s irritated and coughing up off-white, stinky, clumpy, cottage-cheesy discharge. From everything you’ve read, it could be smegma. But wait, it also seems like it could be a yeast infection. You didn’t even know dudes could get those. How do you tell the difference? There are a few subtle hints, but let’s learn about each, first.

What Is Smegma?

Smegma is the body’s way of cleaning itself up. In this case, in the midsection. Smegma is an accumulation of dead skin cells, oil, and other fluids on the tip of the male organ. This buildup accrues over time, getting more inflamed and funkier until it’s fiery and causing problems.

Smegma presents itself as a thick, off-white, foul-smelling cheese-like paste that forms on the head of the male organ and under the prepuce. Smegma overgrowth comes from one thing and one thing only – a lax attitude toward personal hygiene. If a man doesn’t shower often or thoroughly, he can find himself with an overgrowth of smegma. It is most common in uncircumcised men; however, anyone, including women, can have it.

What Is a Yeast Infection?

Candida, which is a type of yeast, is present in all bodies. It has a particular affinity for warm, moist, dark places, like the inner realm of a man’s midsection. Candida is present in the body’s bacterial flora, which keeps body ecology intact. However, an overgrowth of candida can throw it all off-track and result in a yeast infection.

Men are less likely to get yeast infections than women; however, they can still get them. Moreso when a man has diabetes, due to the excess of sugar a man has in the urine, or when a man still has his prepuce. Men can get yeast infections in several ways that range from being in a humid environment to antibiotic use to relations with a woman who has a yeast infection.

A yeast infection will produce an off-white, cheesy discharge like smegma. It will, too, include irritation, redness, and a potential rash.

How Do the Symptoms Differ?

Smegma and a yeast infection seem to have a lot in common, but generally, there are a few ways to differentiate them, but it’s in the details. Here are a few things to look for.

A yeast infection:

- Will have a greater itch-factor

- Will cause a greater urgency to urinate frequently, without much urine being produced

- Will spread to other areas fairly quickly

- Generally, will be more inflamed and painful than smegma overgrowth

- Will appear soon after having sensual contact with a woman

Treatment

If a man has smegma overgrowth, the only thing he can do is wash, wash, and wash again. If the prepuce is having trouble retracting or going back into place, however, go immediately to the emergency room for assistance as phimosis and paraphimosis are severe issues. Smegma will eventually go away with regular, thorough washing.

If a man has a yeast infection, he will want to get an OTC or prescription antifungal cream to stop the infection, but it can take up to 3 weeks to clear up the infection. The oral medication fluconazole is the most effective means to clear up a yeast infection, often dissolving it in 5 days or less.

While treating whichever issue a man has, he should refrain from sensual activity until all is back to regular working order.

An excellent way to keep a male organ clean and fresh is to use a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) in addition to daily washing and drying. The Shea butter and vitamin E lock in moisture while calming the skin. Vitamin A scares off bacteria, and healthy doses of alpha lipoic acids keep the male organ young and robust. Use once or twice daily for best results.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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