Whether a ready-to-try-it newbie or an experienced, mature lover, men tend to have a special fondness for oral sex. Even though intercourse is most often the preferred form of sexual engagement, a change-of-pace bout of oral sex is almost always welcome. Of course, as with any form of sex, there are some penal care concerns associated with orally gratification. One of these is the possibility of penis pain. Here are several helpful tips to remember to diminish the chances of mouth-to-penis pleasure inducing pain along the way.

Typically, these tips are intended to address what might be considered “procedural” causes of penal pain from oral sex – things that are done “wrong.” But this is not comprehensive; there could be other sources of penal pain from oral sex that are not included here.

– Hot mouth, hot penis. Since oral sex on a man involves placing the penis in the mouth, it stands to reason that other things that have recently been put in the mouth may come into contact with said penis. Thus, if the person performing fellatio just had a lunch full of hot, spicy food, chances are that some of the spices are still lingering on the tongue, throat, etc. That can make for an extremely hot penis – and not in a good way. And once some spices or sauce get on the penis, it takes a little while for them to go away, even if the penis is washed promptly. (And guys, this is also true of cunnilingus; a man's spicy mouth can make her vagina uncomfortably hot and painful as well.) How to avoid this situation? The best way is for the fallator to brush their teeth and / or use mouth wash, and to wait a decent amount of time after eating before getting down to business. An alternative? The man on the receiving end can wear a condom.

– Performing while contagious. If a mouth full of spices can cause trouble on a penis, what about a mouth full of germs? In most cases, a partner who is feeling sick is probably not keen to perform oral sex anyway. But often a person can be in the recovery stages of an illness – feeling better, but still harboring germs – and may be in the mood to give a little oral pleasure. If that's the case, a condom is another good way to protect from penis pain.

Braces. This used to be a non-issue, but with more and more adults with orthodonture work, it's an adult concern for some. Clearly, the idea of ​​metal scrapping againsticate penis skin is problematic. A condom can help, but the better option may be for the fellator to concentrate more on licking than actually swallowing the penis.

– Running out of oil. Lots of guys like oral sex that goes on and on (although the person performing may not be so fond of lengthy sessions). But the more the penis is sucked on, the more of its natural skin oils are depleted. This can leave the penis skin dry and raw, which is hardly the ideal state. So guys, do not make it a marathon session; either ejaculate or move on to other forms of stimulation after a proper amount of time.

When oral sex does result in regular penic pain, use of a first rate penis health crème ( health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin ) may help. Select a crème with both a high-end emollient (Shea butter is one) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E), which can help soothe irritated penis skin. If rough handling has been resolved in a diminution of sensation, a crème with L-carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient, can help restore lost sensitivity.