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    penis soreness after sex
    An_214830 posted:
    Hmm don't know where to start. Anyhow, my husband to be tells me that his penis becomes tender after sex. If I touch him he does get excited but tells me that he is still tender. I asked him was it just me? He said it has been all his life and that he can't go more than once a night because he gets tender.

    Can someone shed some light?
    georgiagail responded:
    Just as you might feel tender after intercourse, so might he. This isn't all that unusual.

    Have you two consider using some lubrication to see if things improve?

    Blake_Valentine responded:
    Not unusual. In the minute or 2 after orgasm, I used to be incredibly sensitive (not sore, more sensitive; like I couldn't take any more stimulation). That is different I think from "soreness." If it's just sensitivity, I wouldn't worry about it.

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