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That Member Rash: Eczema or Psoriasis?


A member rash can spoil the appearance of an otherwise handsome manhood and scare off some partners. Eczema and psoriasis are common skin conditions – but how does a guy know which is which? – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: That Member Rash: Eczema or Psoriasis?

That Member Rash Eczema or Psoriasis?
By John Dugan
  • Presenting the manhood to a partner,
    especially a new one, is a big moment, and one
    that guys want to make a big impression.
    Unfortunately, few things can mar that good
    impression more than an unsightly member rash. A
    bedmate is likely to take that member rash as a
    sign that, at the very least, this guy doesnt
    care very much about his manhood health even if
    he typically spends a great deal of time on that
    subject. There are many potential causes of a
    member rash, including eczema or psoriasis.
    People use these two terms interchangeably so
    how does a guy tell them apart?
  • Its easy to see why people get eczema and
    psoriasis confused with each other. They are both
    a form of dermatitis. And what is dermatitis?
    Its an inflammation of the skin, which generally
    causes redness, rashing and itching. Often
    swelling of some kind is associated with
    dermatitis. There are many different kinds of
    dermatitis, not just eczema and psoriasis.
  • So eczema and psoriasis are both relatively
    common forms of dermatitis. How are they alike?
  • Well, in the way that they meet the general
    requirements of dermatitis they both tend to be
    marked by a red rash. The rash causes itchiness,
    and it also tends to be dry. And, of course, they
    tend to have some itchiness associated with them.
  • So they sound similar, but there are
    significant differences.
  • Take the itching, for example. Both eczema
    and psoriasis itch. But in most cases, eczema
    produces a more intense itch than psoriasis.
  • In addition, the rash each causes has a
    different appearance. Eczema tends to present as
    small blisters or bumps. Psoriasis typically has
    better-defined edges, and may be scaly and thick.
    There may be silvery scales associated with the
    psoriasis rash.
  • Some of the differences between eczema and
    psoriasis may are not visible to the eye. Eczema,
    for example, occurs because of external
    environmental factors. A guy may have switched
    laundry detergents and started using one with
    harsh or unfamiliar chemicals. The member rash
    that occurs is eczema, a reaction to this harsh
  • Psoriasis, on the other hand, is genetic in
    nature and comes about from a response to
    something happening inside the body. (Because of
    the genetic link, it typically occurs in
    adulthood, while eczema can first appear in
    childhood.) It is also associated with psoriatic
    arthritis, a long-term kind of inflammatory

  • Knowing that eczemas causes tend to be
    external, a guy can help determine which of these
    two forms of dermatitis might be responsible for
    a member rash. If he is wearing new clothes, has
    come in contact with a new fabric, switched soaps
    or detergents, etc., it is more likely to be
    eczema. With the male organ especially, using a
    new brand of latex protections or seed-blocking
    foam could be responsible.
  • While eczema or psoriasis are more likely to
    appear elsewhere on the body, they can indeed
    make an unwelcome appearance on the manhood.

  • After a doctor has diagnosed the condition
    properly, they can recommend the appropriate
    treatment. Both conditions typically include
    moisturizing the affected skin, but there may be
    different approaches as well. For example, eczema
    often responds to the use of antihistamines,
    while psoriasis does not.

  • Whether caused by eczema, psoriasis or
    another reason, treating a male organ rash is
    important. In many cases, regular use of a top
    notch manhood health crème (health professionals
    recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically
    proven mild and safe for skin) can make a
    difference. Be sure to find a crème that includes
    a combination of powerful moisturizers, such as
    natural Shea butter and vitamin E. It helps if
    the crème also contains vitamin C this
    ingredient helps strengthen skin tone, improving
    the elasticity that male organ skin requires for
    best functioning.