All Pain, No Gain – Dealing with Extreme Penile Sensitivity

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By Chris Scalise Conditions: Men's Penis Pain & Injury Symptoms: painful penis Age: 18 - 35

Imagine feeling extreme sensitivity and pain every time you touched your penis or tried to enjoy sex.It happens, and there are myriad reasons for it. Fortunately, there are also solutions. Learn what can be done.

Case #: 
944

Concern:

I have hypersensitivity and pain in the glans penis whenever it is touched. This worsens as I come close to orgasm and peaks at orgasm. What can I do about it?

Discussion:

The penis should be a source of immense pleasure, not excruciating pain, so believe me when I say that I sympathize with your dilemma.
 
The Mighty, Mighty Midas 
According to myth, King Midas was blessed with the uncanny ability to turn everything he touched into gold, but this blessing turned out to be his greatest curse. Your hands might not turn ordinary objects into riches (otherwise your penis would resemble a golden scepter at this point), but you certainly understand what it's like being unable to place your hands on something that's dear to you, for fear of the consequences. Talk about a Greek tragedy.
 
There are many numbers of possible reasons for your penis pain. You may have experienced an injury during sex, you may be suffering from sexual exhaustion as a result of too much masturbation, or you may just have a genetic sensitivity. Whatever the case, it sounds like you're experiencing a combination of nerve damage and inflammation. In order to get the factory back up to code, you'll need to boost important hormones like prostaglandin E-1 and E-3, along with oxytocin and Nitric Oxide. These chemicals—when amply available—aid in processes such as nerve repair and inflammation relief.
 
Of course, the trick is trying to replenish these key ingredients. Sure, you could take a break from sex and masturbation, but that's not much fun, and sometimes the body can take months or even years to fully heal itself without the aid of a specialized remedy – and that's assuming that you aren't dealing with a genetic problem in the first place. Your best bet is to give nature a boost without actually straying far from nature.
 
Don't be Like Midas
Unfortunately, King Midas didn't have access to helpful herbs that might relieve his chronic and uncontrolled alchemy (talk about first-world problems), but you do have access to herbs which can replenish all of the necessary hormones and provide pain relief where you need it most.
 
Start with a basic fish oil treatment, and use an herbal remedy that emphasizes ingredients like Guarana Seed (for Nitric Oxide replenishment), Astragalus Membranaceus (for neurotransmitter replenishment) and Cornus Officinalis (for nerve growth). (TRY: Penile Pain Relief Herbal Remedy) You won't turn objects into gold, but a properly functioning penis is even better.  So don't waste any more time waiting for the problem to magically disappear on its own.  Take matters into your own hands – without actually “taking the matter into your own hand.”

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MIkeH posted on Fri, 04/21/2017 - 08:23
The best way to desensitize is to touch it more and get it used to different textures and stimulations. I use a penis health creme called Man1 Man Oil for this. This creme is meant to be applied to the penis skin once a day, which is a tad bit uncomfortable but is definitely decreasing the sensitivity level. I decided to use this creme because it contains vitamins and nutrients that are awesome for the overall health of my penis. It is a win-win situation for sure. Keep this in mind, fellas. 
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