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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: penis sensitivity during orgasm
|highondrums2005 - Tue Jun 07, 2005 11:18 pm|
I'm experiencing a problem... i am circumsized, and everything is normal about my penis except with one thing. If i have an orgasm and there is pressure on the north face of my penis, which is this sensitive area, i feel extreme pain. Also, when this area is damp and is rubbed constantly, the same feeling occurs, except not as worse as the orgasm. I have no idea what this is.. it may just be a naturaly sensitive area, but when i am sexually active, and am recieving a blowjob, by the time orgasm comes around, it hurts SO bad... because it is both damp and pressured, which is extremely painful. I am still a virgin, and i am 15 years old, and i don't want to have sex until i know what this is, because i know that it will hurt just the same while having sex. If anyone could give an opinion or suggestion with this it would be greatly appreciated.
|Shannon Morgan, CMA - Thu Jun 09, 2005 11:21 am|
By damp, do you use plenty of lube? Do you use any kind of lotion with fragrance and/or dyes? You may have a sensitivity to that - I recommend KY jelly - it's water based with no perfumes or dyes. It may hurt worse at orgasm because you are rubbing it more hard and fast.
|highondrums2005 - Fri Jun 10, 2005 12:35 am|
the thing that is strange, is that the more lubed the sensitive area is, the more it hurts during orgasm if it is being rubbed at the time. Sometimes it even hurts before orgasm, if it is lubed and being rubbed. If it is dry, it only hurts during orgasm, and much less than it is when it is wet. I don't understand.
Thanks for the reply.
|Shannon Morgan, CMA - Fri Jun 10, 2005 6:57 am|
No, no more suggestions, You should definitely see your doctor.
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