Does Docking Carry Any Manhood Health Issues?
Practicing proper manhood health gives a man (and his partners) peace of mind. Men need to take steps to ensure safe coupling in order to keep that manhood healthy, and when dealing with normal penetrative activities, it’s relatively easy to do so: use a barrier protective device, be sure to be tested, know if the partner has been tested, etc.
But what about sensual activities that are not about female-to-male organ play ' such as docking? Does docking carry any manhood health risks that a man should know about?
What it is
Docking is not as common a practice in the United States as it is in some other parts of the world, one reason being that it requires a prepuce, but removal of the prepuce is the prevalent practice in America. According to the CDC, about 81% of men between 14 and 59 are circumcised. However, that remaining 19% represents a fairly large pool of people, so many men are capable of practicing docking.
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Docking involves two men, both of whom are usually tumescent and standing facing each other. They bring their male organs together at the tips, and one of them stretches his prepuce so that it extends past his organ head and stretches around the tip of the other man’s member.
Depending upon the length and pliability of the prepuce, it may stretch several inches around the partner’s manhood. A form of mutual self-pleasuring usually ensues, with the intention to keep both members inside the prepuce.
Although docking is more commonly practiced among men who are homosexual or bisexual, some heterosexual men engage in the practice as well.
Manhood health issues
Many men find docking to be an especially enjoyable activity. The 'sharing' of the prepuce creates an intimate bonding experience for many participants. But are there any manhood health issues that participants should be aware of?
The answer, as is the case with many sensual activities, is yes. Among the manhood health issues that docking men should be aware of are:
'Prepuce tear. Clearly, the prepuce of one man is not naturally designed to accommodate a second member. Therefore, men who engage in docking need to be careful that they don’t stretch the prepuce so far as to cause tearing. Both male organs should be well lubricated, and the prepuce should be slowly stretched out over time before attempting the docking procedure.
'Smegma. It is absolutely imperative that both participants practice decent manhood hygiene. In uncut men, lack of hygiene can lead to the build-up of smegma, a combination of dead skin cells, oils and moisture. While smegma is not dangerous, it is unappealing and can cause itching or rashing in some men.
'Yeast infections. Similarly, yeast infections can be passed from one manhood to the next ' so participants should refrain from the activity if either party is currently infected.
'Social diseases. Some social diseases can be spread from docking, although the risk is lower than during penetrative coupling. Still, there is the possibility of social disease.
'Scabies and pubic lice. These itch-inducing menaces can be a problem if one (or both) participants are infected with them.
'Pain and soreness. And, of course, over-stretching the prepuce can result in some pain, as can the tightness of the prepuce on the participating members.
Docking is less risky if both participants know that they are clear of any diseases and infections, although soreness and tearing are still possible problems.
Docking will be more enjoyable if the manhood health of both parties is top notch, so regular use of a first class manhood health crme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is advised.
Supple, pliable skin is needed, so choose a crme that includes both a high-end emollient (look for Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E), which together can keep the skin moisturized and more accommodating to stretching. In addition, find a crme that includes vitamin D, the so-called 'miracle vitamin' to support healthy cellular function.