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Grinding Away Your Own Sensitivity


He's been masturbating for years before he really discovered women, but managed to damage his penis to the point that he lost most of his sensitivity. What happened? Can he fix it? Read on, get the facts and find out!

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Concern:

Is there a way to regain penis sensitivity? So this is a slightly embarrassing story... I masturbated for a really long time since the age of about 10 years old. I would lay down on the floor of my room and rub my penis back and forth really rough and sometimes the skin would start to flake. I am now starting to get sexual attraction towards woman at the age of 17 and I almost have no sensitivity on my penis. I can't feel anything. Is there a way to get the sensitivity back? I have stopped masturbating for 2 weeks now and it is helping a little, but not much. I feel like my sexual experiences are being stolen from me because of my ignorance when I was younger. I'm asking for help, is there a way that this can be fixed? Please help me.

Discussion:

You may have seen skid marks on the roads near where you live or work; accidents and near-misses happen all the time. You may have also seen places where drivers deliberately rev their engines before they blast off from a stop. It looks and sounds impressive at the time, but grinding your tires like that reduces their tread depth and therefore their effective lifespan. It wastes tires and becomes very expensive when they need to be replaced more often than they should.
 
In many ways, masturbation produces the same effect. The risk increases if you do not use lubricant during it or any kind of skin-care product afterward. However, the possible places you can damage your penis includes your nerves as well as your skin. Let's take a look at how ejaculation works to see why.
 
Checking the Mechanism
The next time you see someone doing some strenuous physical labor, check their hands. Unless they have really made efforts to repair the damage, calluses and dry, cracked skin offer conclusive proof that they really work for their money. Your penis probably does not look anywhere near that bad, but constantly chafing it may have produced a thin layer of scar tissue on it from all the rough treatment. Scar tissue does not have nerves in it, so that explains part of your lack of sensitivity.
 
Your neurological system carries the rest of the answer. Regularly engaging in a particular sensation, especially if you do your best to make each experience as close to identical as possible, can damage the nerves as they try to adapt to the “noise”. You increase the risk of damaging your nerves with too-strong sensations like really rough stroking when you masturbate.
 
Add scar tissue on the surface of your skin to damaged nerves underneath and you may find yourself wondering how you can feel anything at all.
 
Back To The Shop?
Until medical science makes a detachable, replaceable penis a reality, you need to learn how to take proper care of the one you've got. As you've already pointed out, going without or even just reducing your masturbation habits for a while can improve matters a little bit. You can help yourself even more with a few other lifestyle changes.
 
Try to improve your diet. Cut back on your intake of sodium and processed sugar. Your body consumes zinc and B-vitamins to regenerate tissue as part of the day-to-day maintenance, so you should take in more to reverse any additional damage you experience. Properly-cooked oysters offer plenty of both, but I recommend you do your own homework to find other sources. Look into red meats, toasted wheat germ and pumpkin seeds for zinc. Whole grains and eggs provide most of the B-vitamins. Who knows, maybe you'll learn to cook very healthy meals for yourself during your quest to restore your penis sensitivity.
 
Investigate moderate exercise programs to find one you can stick with. Exercise increases your testosterone levels, which can also assist with tissue regeneration as well as burning off sexual tension. Being physically fit also boosts your self-confidence, which can only help your chances in finding an interested partner, and having deeper reserves of physical stamina will help you enjoy the experience longer.
 
Finally, you should consider taking an all-natural herbal supplement, designed specifically to help your body repair damage to your penis. (SEE: Penile Injury Repair & Restoration Formula) It helps your blood vessels widen, to help more blood flow through your penis tissues and therefore help additional nutrients get to where you need them. It also reduces scar-tissue buildup, which may be occurring inside your penis due to excessive masturbation. And it helps stimulate production of other hormones and neurotransmitters that may be running low.
 
The key is patient and persistent effort. It took you years to reach this state of damage to your penis, so repairing it will also take time. Follow the directions, let the recovery take its own course without trying to speed it up, and the results you desire will appear. Good luck!

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