Your Pocket Vagina May Contain Materials You're Sensitive To

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Pocket VaginaCertain materials can cause itching if you're allergic to them. If you have latex allergy, for example, you'll definitely react to a pocket vagina that's made of rubber or contains a certain percentage of rubber. If this is the case, you'll want to use a condom when using your pocket pussy to prevent direct contact between your penis and the product's surface.

Or, better yet, why not switch to a male masturbator that's made of hypoallergenic materials (such as CyberSkin or Ultra Realistic 3.0) and doesn't contain latex? It may be more expensive than your rubber masturbator, but the price is worth it since you can clean your rifle without ending up with an itchy penis. You can also get some kinky action without having to use a condom.

Your Pocket Vagina May Not Be Completely Clean

Many sex toy manufacturers nowadays make quality a priority and offer premium products that can last for a long time. There's only one thing that these manufactures ask from their customers: clean your pocket vagina after each use. That's right: after shooting a load off, take a moment to rest and enjoy the rush that masturbation brings, then get up and clean your blowjob machine.

What happens if you don't? Well, the most common scenario is that bacteria will flourish on the interior surface of your fake pussy. Remember: your penis's skin contains certain types of bacteria, and your semen may also have some amounts of bacteria that come from your urinary and reproductive tracts. When you pump your penis back and forth inside your pocket pussy, these microorganisms will inevitably be transferred from your peen to the device's inner surface. These bacteria usually won't harm you but, if you don't practice proper hygiene (e.g. washing your penile area and cleaning your masturbation device), they can grow beyond normal levels and cause health issues. One of the problems they can cause is penile itching.

So, to prevent this from happening, make sure to clean your pocket vagina ASAP. There's no need to worry since most blowjob machines come with detachable sleeves that you can clean using warm water plus soap and/or an antibacterial toy cleaner. Different products require different cleaning practices, though, so read the manual to know how to properly cleanse your artificial pussy. Silicone models, for instance, can withstand high temperatures and can be boiled to remove bacteria, while products made of Ultra Realistic 3.0 should not be sterilized since the heat can damage their structure.

Your Pocket Vagina May Be Passing On STDs

A lot of guys share pocket pussies because they're either too lazy to get one for themselves or they don't have the budget to buy their own. But here's the thing: sharing sex toys with other people can be dangerous since it exposes you to the risk of sexually transmitted diseases. Many of them can cause penile itching (including herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and genital warts), but the bad news is that the effects of these STDs go beyond itchy penises. They can also damage your reproductive system and even make you sterile!

So, if you're sharing your pocket vagina with other guys, stop doing so right away. Remember: even if these people are your best friends, you actually don't know every single girl they've slept with, and you definitely can't tell if they have STDs or not. Tell your buddies about the health effects of sharing male masturbators and encourage them to get their own. Of course, stop using the item that you've been sharing with them and buy a brand-new one.

If your buddies insist that you keep on sharing, or if you don't yet have the budget to purchase a new pocket vagina, make sure to use a condom when using your sex toy. It's a great way to create a barrier between your penis and the pocket pussy's surface and protect your peen from nasty diseases. But this is just a short-term solution; it's still best for you to get a brand-new blowjob machine and avoid sharing it with anybody.

If you suspect that your penile itch is caused by an STD, pay your doctor a visit ASAP. Having an itchy penis isn't an emergency, but it can be a sign of an underlying illness that must be treated immediately. Of course, it can be extremely uncomfortable and awkward; imagine how embarrassing it would be if you get the urge to scratch your schlong while riding a crowded bus or giving a presentation at work!


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