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Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Thu Jun 16, 2016 7:42 pm
by Michal
Hey,dude,what can I realy say about that-it's sad,it's very f*cking sad to hear that type of stuff and it's scary in a way too,cause you start to think that hell what if one day something like that will happen to me or something and all that,you know what I'm saying? 8-) :? I mean,I wouldn't even want to think about that stuff,but there you go and come up with that stupid ass post of yours and now I'm scared of that and thinkng what the f*ck will I do if it will happen one day and all that? :lol: :twisted: :mrgreen: :P Nuh,I'm just f*cking playing-it's all just some f*cking bullsh*t and you're just some f*cked up punk. :lol: :twisted: :mrgreen: :P :D :ugeek:

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Mon Jun 20, 2016 3:43 pm
by MARK
There's no question that circumcision changes physical sensitivity in the penis. By definition, circumcision is the cutting away of all or at least some of the foreskin, a part of the body that is rich with nerve endings. Circumcision also impacts the anatomy of the penis, and has a corresponding impact on penile sensation. It seems safe to say that circumcision impacts the physical sensitivity of the penis, but the extent to which this reduction in sensitivity is experienced as a problem or a loss for men is unclear. In practice, most men who are circumcised still find the head of the penis to be an extremely sensitive part of the body when compared.

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Sat Jun 25, 2016 7:40 am
by MORAN
Hi everybody here) Most men are unable to answer this question because most of them are circumcised before they are sexually active. So there's no point of comparison. Nonetheless people have considered circumcision as a variable when surveying men and their partners about sexual satisfaction. It seems safe to say that circumcision impacts the physical sensitivity of the penis, but the extent to which this reduction in sensitivity is experienced as a problem or a loss for men is unclear. In practice, most men who are circumcised still find the head of the penis to be an extremely sensitive part of the body.

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Tue Jul 12, 2016 7:24 am
by Moppy
Hi everybody) :) :) :) Nice to meet you here guys) :D :D :D :D Most men are unable to answer this question because most of them are circumcised before they are sexually active...... So there is no point of comparison. :? :? :? It seems safe to say that circumcision impacts the physical sensitivity of the penis, ;) ;) but the extent to which this reduction in sensitivity is experienced as a problem or a loss for men is unclear...... In practice, most men who are circumcised still find the head of the penis to be an extremely sensitive part of the body when compared to their forearm. :? :?

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Wed Jul 13, 2016 6:25 pm
by Paul_O
I had a friend, who got that problem cause of the constant use of condoms with special chemical - that was intended to prolong the sensitivity and erection during sex. Have you used anything like that? I read trough some answers here - and there can be true in the comment about masturbation. Making a long story short - give the guy a small rest) Make a pause for some weeks. I know that is hard for some people - but you need to do that in case if you want to get back the normal sensitivity. Did you consult sexologist? when such a problem occurs - the best thing is to consult with the specialist from a clinic - not with the guys from forum)

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 4:13 pm
by Moppy
Hi guys) Sex is supposed to be a pleasurable experience, yet it is difficult to feel sexy or intimate with your partner if you have sexual performance anxiety. In fact, one of the greatest sexual as well as emotional obstacles for males recent days is performance anxiety. In fact, sex is more than just a physical response. Really, arousal is strongly tied into the human emotions and feelings. When the mind of a person is too stressed out to concentrate on sex, his body will not be able to get excited either. Hence, those couples, who have ever had an argument, fight, or felt so embarrassed for any problem in the bedroom due to a partner, will be more likely to suffer from anxiety in upcoming sexual situations.

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:17 am
by David
There is no other way, you need to consult a doctor because there can be a lot of reasons! Neither me nor anyone else on this forum can tell you exactly what your problem is and how to solve it! I am sure that you are not the only person here with such kind of problem but still everything is individually and only a doctor can find the best and the fastest remedy! Don't be afraid of consultation with an expert, who can really help you!
Moreover, my ex-partner faced to such a problem and if I remember right, in a couple of months with the help of the Doctor, his dick was sensitive as never before!

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 12:34 pm
by Nilson
I have found an interesting book with usefull information . Circumcision is erotically controversial. Opponents argue that the foreskin, the flap of skin covering the head of the penis removed during the procedure, is rich in touch-sensitive nerves, and that circumcision reduces the penis’ sexual sensitivity, impairing sexual function and satisfaction. Proponents counter that circumcision does not compromise men’s sexual function or pleasure, and offers substantial medical benefits. Male circumcision has no adverse effects on sexual function, sensation, sensitivity, satisfaction, or pleasure, especially when performed during infancy.

Re: Sexual sensitivity

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:40 am
by Lui
I would liketto say that sexual sensitive is a problem for men. Don't you think? Ultimately it was interesting for me to find out that research shows that some men achieve ejaculation during masturbation for a few seconds, while other men spend doing this a few hours before you let yourself ejaculate. There is no "correct" time that should be spent in order to achieve ejaculation. Simply if you are into such troubles you can consult with sexologist to find out what problem you have