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So, what’s the deal with the crème craze? Today we have crèmes for every part of the body but are they really necessary? If they are necessary, why and what kind of crème should be used when there are so many options? How about a crème for the penis? Well, while the penis can indeed lubricate itself, things like sex, exercise, body washes and detergents, and environmental factors can wreak havoc on delicate penile skin stripping it of its natural moisture and even cause rashes and irritation. Penis health(PH) crèmes can help restore balance to the skin as well as offering additional benefits. Based on internet research, here is a list of five questions men commonly have about PH crème and their answers.

#1: Is There Really a Difference between Normal Lotion and Penis Health(PH) Cremes?

Surprisingly, there is! Just like a person shouldn’t use the same lotion on their legs as they do their eyes, penises are no different! The penis is sheathed in thin, delicate skin which gives it its sensitivity. When it’s coated in too-thick lotions, overly aggressive lotions with acids (even fruit acids), or too much perfume or other additives and irritants, the skin can breakout, swell, or get a rash. Some lotions also have ingredients that end up drying out the penile skin.

PH cremes use specific formulas to treat penis-specific concerns and take the delicate penile skin into account.

#2: What are the Benefits of Using Penis Health(PH) Creme?

PH Crèmes have helped men fend off infection, regain suppleness, and lock-in moisture which prevents itching and dry, peeling skin. Penis crèmes, if they contain ingredients like vitamin C and L-Arginine, have also been shown to boost blood flow resulting in stronger erections. If a PH crème contains vitamin A, it has been shown to not only keep skin bacteria-free but also blemish-free as well.

#3: Do Penis Health Crèmes Protect Against Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI’s)?

There are only two things that protect against STI’s, abstinence and using condoms during sex. They also do not protect against pregnancy.

With regular use, they can protect against things like balanitis, acne, nerve damage, chafing, dry skin, peeling skin and more. It completely depends on the penis crème and its formulation.

#4: Can a Penis Health Crème Help Restore Penile Sensitivity?

As men age, they often find that they aren’t as sensitive as they once were. This also tends to happen to men who have been a little overaggressive with frequency of masturbation or sex, have rough sex, or apply a lot of compression, known as “death grip,” to their penis.

A PH crème can help with this issue if it contains an amino acid called L-Carnitine. This nutrient helps protect against penis problems like friction, compression, and peripheral nerve damage which can rob a penis of its sensitivity.

#5: Which Penis Health Crème Should Men Use?

Economical and effective, this PH creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) has been a winner for tons of men. It includes all the nutrients needed for soothing, healing, and rejuvenating the member. It includes all the essential nutrients listed above in addition to vitamins B5 and D3 for healthy cellular function and maintaining health penile tissue which is essential to strong, sustained erections. It also contains Alpha Lipoic Acid to prevent premature aging and thinning of the penile skin. Finally, an all-natural base of Shea butter with a kick of vitamin E provides a healthy, irritant-free experience which locks in moisture, keeping the member soft and supple.

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Source by John Dugan

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Question: Is it compulsory that the appointed civil surgeon has to sign Part no 6 of the Form I-693, or is it enough if the health department staff signs it?

The Part No 6 has to be signed by the physician of the health department, which may be in original or could be a stamped seal. It could happen that the health department staff, like the nurse or other professionals could co-sign the form but it is not mandatory by them. What is however required, is the signature of the concerned health department’s appointed civil surgeon.

Question: Is it necessitated by the Civil Surgeon to have the Vaccination Table and the Results section completed properly in order to ensure completion of the vaccination part of the Form I-693?

Yes. This is required. The Civil Surgeon has to fill in the details of the vaccination table and the Results part completely. In the vaccination table the entire vaccination history, dates of vaccinations accorded by the Civil Surgeon etc. have to be filled up. Any other waiver requests need to be inked in too.

Question: It is now required by the Form I-693 for applicants who require a chest X ray to include a copy of the X ray report along with the I-693 file. Can you tell me as to what kind of X ray report is now acceptable?

Only a qualified and recognized radiologist’s report that is signed and sealed on an official letterhead of the hospital or medical center is acceptable by USCIS. Also, no preliminary or unfinished evaluation will be accepted by USCIS. The full evaluations or findings will have to be done and the findings recorded. In many cases the civil surgeon will have to wait for some time till this report has been dispatched by the medical office that is reviewing the case and a sign-off cannot be done on the I-693 form till this report is received.

Question: The requirements by the CDC and USCIS have been revised for the point of medical referrals, as has been notated on Form I-693. Can you tell me the instances when the Part 5’s referral section should be completed?

Sub Part 5 of Part 5 has to be completed, if the referral is required. A scenario could occur when a Class A condition is suspected and a further evaluation is needed. The Part 5 is not to be completed if the CDC only recommends Part 5. What could be done instead is have the Referral box notated with a comment.

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