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    Penis Sensitivity Problem
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    An_208309 posted:
    I've had this problem for as long as I can remember. For some reason I can't feel any sexual pleasure. While I'm still a virgin, I have masturbated/experienced oral sex/etc., yet there's no feeling. It isn't numbness, it's just...like I know that something is touching it, yet there's no reaction towards it sexually, you know what I mean?

    There have been a few times where I have achieved orgasm, but each time was after I've had explosive diarrhea, which is really disturbing, at least in my opinion.

    I do take anti-depressants, but this has happened before I started taking those, so I don't think that's the problem, and as far as I know I don't have any neurological problems. Is my condition all in my head? Or is this something I should be worried about?
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    When you masturbate, do you use any type of lubrication? If you just use your dry hand, that may be the problem. If you get used to the intensity of a firm, dry grip, nothing else would work. You will need to re-train your body.
     
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    mark_daniel responded:
    it might be helpful if you identified whether you're male or female, and your age.
     
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    FCL replied to mark_daniel's response:
    As the title of the post is "Penis sensitivity", I have a sneaking feeling that the poster might just be male :)
     
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    mark_daniel replied to FCL's response:

    I think you're probably right, and that was my thought as well, but it would be helpful to know for sure, especially about age.
     
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    TheFearInsideOfYou replied to mark_daniel's response:
    Yes I am a male, and I am twenty, which is why I'm really concerned about this condition.


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