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MCCOMB63 posted:
I had posted a couple years ago that I thought the problem was due to medication. In many cases it is however I lost the sensation again. Recently my back started acting up. I've had back problems off and on for over 25 years. Prior to this recent flair up I had been getting what I thought was a groin pull for the last 6 years off and on. Well the pain has become unbearable. I saw a back doctor and he took an x-ray. He then sent me for an MRI. Turns out that I have a herniated disc. I lost the sensation of orgasm about 18 years ago. mostly no back pain. I told my doctor and he said that my area of concern is L5 which controls the whole pelvic area. A nerve or set of nerves could be affecting your ability to feel anything in that area. I will be getting treatment for it about a week. The back doctor knew that I had the problem without me telling him! You may not have a back ache but a nerve can still be causing the problem. Good luck
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