Hey everyone, I have had this problem as long as I can remember but I have always been afraid to talk about it. When I masturbate (don't have a girlfriend right now) my penis is REALLY sensitive-- like I have an orgasm after 2 minutes, even with lube. That isn't the worst part though. as I start reaching climax any touch feels like hot sand mixed with shards of glass, and it's not like I'm being rough or anything, since that REALLY hurts, lol. I have tried the numbing stuff, which helps a little, but not much. I guess I should also mention I am circumcised.
well it seems I have found a solution! after much googling, I finally found something that makes sense. Since I am circumcised my glans is always exposed,meaning it dries up and is exposed to a lot of friction, etc. I have really sensitive skin, so heard that if you treat the penis with unscented lotion and use body wash for sensitive skin it might help. I tried and I am feeling much better now! problem solved!
You might try "UdderlySmooth" body cream, available in pharmacies in my area. It's not greasy. I had a radical prostatectomy and though I was circumcised as a baby, I now have foreskin covering the glans. Thus, I used to get fungus on the glans but UdderlySmooth has corrected that problem.
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