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Old 02-18-2006, 07:54 PM   #1
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Numbness on my frenulum area

This has been a problem for me (although I don't have a problem maintaining an erection).

The area of my penis that used to be the most sensitive is now the least
sensitive. When I was with my ex-girlfriend I often had problems attaining
orgasm.

I had an STD test, and I'm clean. I've never had any trauma to my penis
(although I was cicumsized at birth, if that matters).

I've been searching Google and I've found that my nerve endings might have
been damaged, causing the numbness.

Is there anything I can do to restore some sensitivity to them? Like a
cream or a supplement (I've read that L-Arginine can do this)? Or any other
advice would be appreciated.

I can't go to a doctor at the moment because I don't have insurance.

This isn't a life or death thing, but I'd like to do what I can.

Thanks.

 
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Old 02-18-2006, 09:21 PM   #2
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Re: Numbness on my frenulum area

If your frenulum was damaged by circumcision, you would have never felt the lovely sensations you have. The fact that you did, and now don't feel them, is reason enough to see a urologist, when you are able to.

 
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Old 02-19-2006, 09:33 AM   #3
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Re: Numbness on my frenulum area

Quote:
Originally Posted by Indoobidubly
This has been a problem for me (although I don't have a problem maintaining an erection).

The area of my penis that used to be the most sensitive is now the least
sensitive. When I was with my ex-girlfriend I often had problems attaining
orgasm.

I had an STD test, and I'm clean. I've never had any trauma to my penis
(although I was cicumsized at birth, if that matters).

I've been searching Google and I've found that my nerve endings might have
been damaged, causing the numbness.

Is there anything I can do to restore some sensitivity to them? Like a
cream or a supplement (I've read that L-Arginine can do this)? Or any other
advice would be appreciated.

I can't go to a doctor at the moment because I don't have insurance.

This isn't a life or death thing, but I'd like to do what I can.

Thanks.
If you had the sensations before and now do not have the sensation now, then nothing was damaged by your circumcision. Most likley something else has happened. See a urologist.

 
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