Can you 're'sensitize...

eri86 eri86
a desensitized clit at all?
05/13/2013
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Mwar Mwar
You can help increase sensitivity. The main way to do this is to give it less stimulation. Ut's not fun, but it can have rewards.

Try and go a few days without using a vibe. A week is better. Then introduce a vibration that is a fraction of what you normally use and then gradually crank it up. You should notice that a lower strength than you normally use can do it mostly.

Everyone is different with different thresholds. This tends to be a general principal regarding sensitivity: removing the stimulus (vibrations) should increase sensitivity to some degree. The amount is dependent on both time and genetics.

Mwar - The Brain Chick
05/13/2013
Woman China Woman China
Mwar is right on the button.

Going longer than a week is actually the best to get your clit back into a sensitised state. And the hardest part will be not to crank that vibe up to the top setting... getting out of that habit is difficult.
05/13/2013
ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
Mwar and Woman China are right! Just some time away from your vibrators will do the trick. I've noticed that if I go a week or so without using my toys, I will orgasm on a lower setting.
05/13/2013
Zombirella Zombirella
Interesting information. I didn't know that anyone had that problem and that it could be "fixed"!
05/14/2013
HarlequinBunnie HarlequinBunnie
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Originally posted by eri86
a desensitized clit at all?
Sure it just takes time. Lay off the vibes for a little while and you should be fine. There has also been a study for men that get the same problem. There is a man who invented a device to grow back the foreskin. It takes time but can be done. Good luck and best wishes to you.
05/14/2013
Mwar Mwar
Quote:
Originally posted by HarlequinBunnie
Sure it just takes time. Lay off the vibes for a little while and you should be fine. There has also been a study for men that get the same problem. There is a man who invented a device to grow back the foreskin. It takes time but can be done. Good ... More
With the foreskin thing:

It can increase sensitivity for the head of the penis, but the foreskin men are originally born with is rich with nerve endings. They cannot get these nerve endings back. So, technically, he'll never be as sensitive compared to if he had his original foreskin, but he can increase his sensitivity for his existing nerve.

You can make your existing nerves more sensitive by stimulating them less, but you won't "grow" nerves (well, you can, to a degree when their damaged, but stimulation doesn't damage them. Overstimulation makes them more hardy and resistant to the same stimulus. I could go into more detail, but I hope this will suffice).

Sorry, just had to nerd out.
05/14/2013
Hummingbird Hummingbird
Quote:
Originally posted by Mwar
You can help increase sensitivity. The main way to do this is to give it less stimulation. Ut's not fun, but it can have rewards.

Try and go a few days without using a vibe. A week is better. Then introduce a vibration that is a fraction ... More
Wow! Thanks for this useful information and thanks eri86 for asking it. This could help me in the pleasure dept with some of my old favorite toys.
05/14/2013
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