A man getting ready for a date always goes through a mental checklist. Killer smile? Check. Shirt that proves he spends time at the gym? Check. Witty observations? Check. Ability to feign interest in rom coms? Check. Overwhelming male organ odor? Check – unfortunately. Yes Roli Pereira de Sa Jersey , many guys, even those who regularly engage in good male organ health practices, are cursed with persistent male organ odor.

Sure, that odor may be well disguised through most of the night. But if things go as planned and it comes time for slipping out of the pants and into bed, then suddenly that male organ odor may make more of an impression than the tumescent member from which it emanates.

Male organ odor shouldn’t put a quick end to an otherwise wonderful date. But what can a man do about it?


The first and most sensible thing a guy can do is to make sure he’s practicing good manhood hygiene. Unless a man is a naturist, his member tends to be packed away underneath two layers of clothing – trousers and underwear. This creates a high heat situation exacerbated by the presence of a thick thatch of midsection hair, which acts as an insulator and creates more heat. It’s no wonder that sweat develops in the manhood, bringing with it the bacteria that causes male organ odor. So being sure to wash the member and surrounding area regularly and thoroughly is the first step in controlling an unwanted odor situation.

But there are other things to consider to keep a date from ending with the unveiling of the manhood. These include:

• A quick scrub and change. Regular washing is important, but a guy with a consistent male organ odor problem should visit the bathroom right before he plans on bringing out the equipment. A quick wash can eliminate some of the odor which may have developed on the date, and changing into a fresh pair of underwear will also help.

• Consider a shave. Manscaping is more and more common nowadays, and a guy with serious male organ odor may want to give it a try. Shaving away the hair takes away some of the insulation that produces odor-causing sweat. Also, with the hair gone, the sweat has fewer surfaces to cling onto and may drip further down and away from the manhood.

• Go commando. Dispensing with underwear while on the actual date may not be a good idea, but regularly allowing the member and sacks to air out is an excellent way to help diminish unwanted stench. Many men find that sleeping in the buff does the trick for them. If that isn’t possible, spending an hour or so bare each day is advised for men with persistent odor issues.

• Watch the diet. Different bodies metabolize foods differently, but there are some foods that tend to produce a strong odor when they leave the body through urine of sweat, such as asparagus, broccoli and red meat. Tuna, garlic and onions are often associated with more pungent sweat. That doesn’t mean a man has to avoid these altogether, but he may want to moderate his intake or avoid them the day of the big date.

• Regularly apply a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to fight male organ odor and save a date. Not just any crème will do, of course. Be sure to select one that includes vitamin A among its ingredients. Also known as retinol, vitamin A is a natural antibacterial agent that can help eliminate the bacteria that causes male organ odor to thrive. The crème should also include moisturizing agents like Shea butter and vitamin E. Frequent washing to eliminate odor can also eliminate the oils that keep the skin properly hydrated, so using moisturizing agents can help fight dry, patchy skin from developing.

YANGON, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar authorities seized over 27,000 tons of illegal logs and timber in the first seven months of the 2016-17 fiscal year, the the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation said on Monday.

Among the seizure was a case in Putao in northernmost Kachin state, where 7,000 tons of logs were confiscated, the forest department of the ministry said.

The seizure during the April-October period also included 3,000 tons' illegally felled logs of teak and hardwood confiscated in Bago region with over 500 traffickers arrested.

Authorities seized over 2,400 tons of timber from smugglers in 2015-16, according to the figures of the department.

Myanmar suspended logging in the current fiscal year. However, it said that it will allow resumption of limited timber production in the 2017-18 fiscal year in order to prevent entrepreneurs engaged in the industry from suffering shortage of raw materials.

Timber extraction was forced to a halt this year resulting from excessive deforestation in previous years.

The number of teak trees in Myanmar has gradually declined due to illegal logging. Statistics show that forest coverage in Myanmar dropped to 45 percent in 2015 from over 57 percent in 1990.

However, the ministry is planning to replant teak in Bago mountain range in a bid to protect natural resources.

Myanmar is one of most resource-rich countries in Southeast Asia covered by 38 percent mixed deciduous forests, 25 percent hills and temperate evergreen forests.

Meanwhile, the Myanmar government has restricted wood logs export to encourage more export of value added wood products since 2014.


ISTANBUL, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) -- Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reiterated here on Sunday that Turkish troops will remain in Iraq, overturning a foreign ministry pledge to the contrary.

""Turkish troops are in Iraq to provide protection for training troops and will continue to be there,"" the president spoke at an .