Did your sensitivity down there decrease as you got bigger?

TransMarc TransMarc
I read if your dicklit or clitoris or dick or whatever you call it got bigger, be it by pumping or hormones, its sensitivity decreased. I want to know if it is common or not. Thanks to all those who answer.
Ok, the answers are weird, but don't judge me.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Yes, my sensitivity decreased, I'm on T
Yes, my sensitivity decreased, I pumped it
No, sensitivity stayed the same on T
notabear , flameworker
2
No, sensitivity stayed the same, I pumped it
I got more sensitivity from T
Fun Lover , needapacker , TransGuy14 , notabear , victorsummers , Boyqueen , Genderfree , Parks-&-Wreck , jesseftm , thebest , eroticmutt , kenny-the-trans-boy-wonder , FTMax
13
I got more sensitivity from pumping
eroticmutt
1
It only decreased for a moment
It was psychological
I like lamas. (Other)
Asher , U3H , xcris19x
3
Total votes: 19 (17 voters)
Poll is closed
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needapacker needapacker
I've never heard of sensitivity decreasing, only increasing. It increases to the point of it becoming uncomfortable sometimes.
07/05/2013
TransGuy14 TransGuy14
Started T 2 weeks ago, so far massively increased sensation
07/17/2013
victorsummers victorsummers
I got more sensitivity from T, and I pump too.
08/10/2013
Boyqueen Boyqueen
I've been on T for a year and a half, sensitivity only ever increasing. After pumping my sensation decreases though, strangely enough.
08/18/2013
Genderfree Genderfree
It's been on and off for me, depends on when I take my shot. I actually am worried by it, I think it's a pretty good indicator to know that I'm having low T-levels before I take my shot again.
08/27/2013
alextge alextge
Quote:
Originally posted by TransMarc
I read if your dicklit or clitoris or dick or whatever you call it got bigger, be it by pumping or hormones, its sensitivity decreased. I want to know if it is common or not. Thanks to all those who answer.
Ok, the answers are weird, but don't ... More
I've only ever heard of sensitivity increasing
10/19/2013
thebest thebest
definitely not, i got more sensitive
10/26/2013
eroticmutt eroticmutt
Quote:
Originally posted by TransMarc
I read if your dicklit or clitoris or dick or whatever you call it got bigger, be it by pumping or hormones, its sensitivity decreased. I want to know if it is common or not. Thanks to all those who answer.
Ok, the answers are weird, but don't ... More
I didn't lose any sensitivity. I never feel pain there anymore unless I've been REALLY overworking it, but neither has sensation decreased. I guess it's like the difference between having someone kiss you on the lips versus kissing your eyeball- one could lead to intense irritation and pain, yet you don't feel it any less in the non-harmful spot. That's the best way I know to describe it, lol

If I pump often then I have trouble feeling whether or not I'm getting a boner because I adapt to the more intense feeling, yet I can feel the second I get touched. It's just that without contact I wouldn't notice the difference as much, yet supposedly a lot of guys (cisguys and trans) can get a hardon without realizing it until it presses against their pants or something, and I wear loose boxers.

Want to increase sensitivity? You do that through MINDFULNESS. Just a couple times a day, no matter what you're doing, try and pay attention to the sensation there, even if you don't feel anything. Similarly ignoring or not paying attention to sensations makes them less noticeable as they blend into the 'white noise' that is most of our body every day. At any given moment you're not thinking how your head, shoulders, feet, back, and stomach feel yet you can easily focus on each if you decide to and it becomes a habit.
11/04/2013
Total posts: 9
Unique posters: 9