frenulum sensitive

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  1. xxliuren

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    my frenulum is sensitive,its make me premature eject,how to desensitize
    anyone here with facing the same problem?
     
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    Can't help with answer - BUT you look great - girthy too.

    Where U cut as a child?
     
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    Sorry. I'm cut fairly high, but loose...and my frenulum was left intact (per orders of my
    father who insisted that it be left or he would sue the doctor..:biggrin: This left me with
    an extremely sensitive frenulum. I find it an awesome plus, and I've never had a problem
    with it causing me premature ejaculations. When I masturbate, my favorite way is by
    using the frenulum...edging for long periods of time until I am so wonderfully sensitive that I can't continue and explode!

    I had a roommate at university, however, who I think had the same problem as you are having now. His circumcision was cut very close and low. He was left with only half of his frenulum in tact....the lower part. The part that originally attached the foreskin to the area just under the glans at the meatus...was cut away. What was left was a small
    part of the frenulum which was still attached to the outer foreskin below the inner foreskin which I think is called the mucous membrane. That became more sore than sensitive during sex or masturbation.

    I am not sure I am explaining this so that it can be understood....sorry if it is confusing.

    Anyway, he used an ointment that his doctor gave him that de-sensitized the area so that he would not become sore or have a pre-mature ejaculation. Maybe you should consult your doctor and have something prescribed for you. There are some on the shelves at the drug store, and also I have seen some on the internet at the sex product and toys sites.....you might check them out first. I hate to talk to doctors about such
    things...

    Good luck!
     
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    i cut last year

    i hate to talk to dcotor about such thing also
     
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    Its going to take a while to get desensitized. You're probably going to take 5-10 years to get to the point of a man who was cut when he was a kid. My cock was definitly more sensive when i was younger. Some times just walking with it rubbing in my shorts was too sensitive to take and that never happens now.

    You just have to give it some time.
     
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    My friend, get over your shyness about talking with the doctor about your circumcision
    and present sensitivity problem. He did the operation. Have you been in for a followup
    exam since the operation? If not, then you should make an appointment, tell him your
    problem, and see if there is a possible solution. After all, cocks/dicks/peters/pricks/etc.
    are his specialty..:biggrin:..so, he must not be shy himself about talking about them with
    other people.

    He certainly should be someone that YOU can talk with without being embarrassed. You
    must have talked to him about the operation before it was done...how did you get through
    that bit?

    Don't mess around and do nothing about something this important to your well being and
    sexual happiness (and that of your partner or partners...you have to think of them also).
    OK?

    Let me know how it comes out.....I care.
     
    #6 silvertriumph2, Jul 22, 2010
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