For most men, male organ skin tone varies from time to time. A very light-skinned man might have a red member, especially when it is filled with plenty of blood during tumescence. On the other hand, a man who has darker skin might actually have a lighter-skinned manhood. But even when a man has a rather predictable male organ skin color, he might notice that it varies from time to time. For instance, a hard manhood might become various shades of red, then settle back down to its usual color after the fun is over. But what happens when male organ skin takes on an unusual hue for other reasons? That’s when good manhood care becomes even more essential � and it might warrant getting checked out by a doctor. Here’s what a man needs to know.
What’s normal, anyway?
As with most things concerning the human body, there is actually a wide range of normal. Some men might have a manhood that is all one uniform color, for instance � but another guy might notice that his male organ is lighter at the tip and darker at the base, or vice versa. Most men will find that their member is an entirely different color than the skin on the rest of their body. And still others will notice that their skin color barely changes during firmness, while others will see it turn a serious red, almost purple!
What are some other manhood concerns?
Sometimes a man might notice that a certain area of his skin, such as a tiny spot near the tip or the base, is red while the rest of his manhood is the usual color. These spots on the manhood might be cause for concern, depending upon what they are and where they came from. Here’s a brief rundown of the various issues a man might face.
1.Skin irritations. For men who have been getting it on, whether with a partner or their own hand, there might be tiny irritations on the manhood that can lead to red spots or splotches. These are often tender to the touch, and that’s a sure sign that a guy has simply overdone it a bit. A few days of rest should ease away the redness and the soreness as well.
2.Lesions or dark bumps. These are more of a cause for concern, as they might indicate a socially shared infection. Lesions might look like large bruises and are likely tender. Dark bumps might be entirely painless, but they can look unsightly and make a man worry about what is causing them. This warrants a visit to the doctor.
3.Unusual color changes. Any color change that doesn’t really make sense � such as sudden white splotches on the manhood or darkness to the skin that doesn’t go away when tumescence does � could mean some underlying medical condition. Any changes in color that worry a man are a good reason to visit the doctor and show off the problem.