Loss of Sensation

JG24FanUK JG24FanUK
Hi

I am 25 years old and a little over a year and a half ago I began to loss sensation in my penis. After being able to masturbate several times a day without any problem, I started to only "feel" like doing it once a day or not even at all. This problem had started just before I met my current girlfriend where at first we'd have sex a few times a day, but then I started noticing again that even with sex I began to lose sensation after the first time that day. We started having sex less frequently and with more time inbetween to give myself a recovery period.

Now it's down to if I do it once a day (if given the opportunity) that's about all I can do with the exception of oral a few hours after. I still consider myself to be a horny male who is still interested in sex and often find myself wanting to have sex, but once the time comes the sensation is hit or miss.

Does anyone else have this problem? If so what have you done about it?
03/29/2012
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
I've never heard about this problem and would be concerned it if happened to me. I'd get in to see a urologist as soon as you can.
03/29/2012
Positwist Positwist
When you say "losing sensation," do you mean your penis is numb, or that it's not responsive when you try to get it up?

If it's numbness, I'd recommend getting to a doctor (I'd think neurologist before urologist, but your primary care physician could help you decide).
03/29/2012
JG24FanUK JG24FanUK
Quote:
Originally posted by Positwist
When you say "losing sensation," do you mean your penis is numb, or that it's not responsive when you try to get it up?

If it's numbness, I'd recommend getting to a doctor (I'd think neurologist before urologist, but ... More
When I mean loss of sensation, I can get an erection all the time and it does not feel "numb". It is more like the feeling of pleasure is not as strong to give me the urge to climax.
03/30/2012
Positwist Positwist
Quote:
Originally posted by JG24FanUK
When I mean loss of sensation, I can get an erection all the time and it does not feel "numb". It is more like the feeling of pleasure is not as strong to give me the urge to climax.
Okay, got it. That's much less alarming!

I don't have my own penis, so hopefully someone else can chime in here, but this sounds like a normal change in sex drive to me, especially if you're still in the mood several times a week. This can be a hormonal thing, diet, stress, whatever. Unless you really think it's a problem, I'd say learn to enjoy sexytime without climaxing.
03/30/2012
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