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    Loss of clitoral sensitivity
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    Bastetsmeoww posted:
    I have recently lost clitoral sensitivity, it varies from totally numb to low levels of sensation but nothing like it used to be. Orgasms are not particularly intense. I have also been having issues with dryness. However, I have gotten increased g-spot sensitivity, or maybe i just notice it more because it is not overpowered by clitoral sensation, but i think it has increased. Everything that I have found on this subject is related to menopause, and I am 24 so I doubt it. I also had my hormone levels checked recently because I developed PMS which I have never had in my entire life and my breasts have gone from a small C to a large D in a few months, and my hormones were normal and I am not pregnant. I also have the new IUD, Merena. I have had back surgury in the lower lumbar, and have ruptured disks, could this be related to nerve impingment, I have already had surgury to remove pressure from the nerved to that general area (L5-S1) Any imput would be great or if anyone else hashad a similar problem and can give some input I would appreciate it. :crying: :crying:
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    needhope18 responded:
    Hi there, I was wondering if your feeling came back. I am having the same problem-I feel totally numb down there:( I am only 22 and believe that my recent bout of depression that lasted 9 months caused it However I never went on any depression medication nor am I on any kind of birth control (I'm a virgin). I know that loss of sex drive is common if I went on these things, but I never did. I am finally over the depression for a good two months now, but I still feel nothing. PLEASE, is this normal? I need help or some advice. I cant go through life never knowing what its like to have good sex with my future husband:( :( I am so completely sad about this.

    I also got my hormones checked for some other things and everything was fine.


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