I;m sharing this because it has been a major frustration for me for the past year or so. This is NOT a recommendation, it's just what work for me providing a improvement.
Okay, I'm in good health but over the past year I have had a serious reduction of sexual sensation in my penis. Bad enough so I could not get it on. I surfed the web many times and finally another dude with same issue posted something about what what worked for him and I tried it and it worked for me.
1. I went to a health food store and bought a small bottle (like 3-4 oz) of vitamin E. I bought 45,000 I.U. It was about 14 bucks. 2. I also bought (at Walmart) a bottle of good quality hand cream. The one I got had aloe and natural ingredients ( like coca butter and jojoba, There was plenty of choices 3. Every morning and evening, before bed, I mixed a few drops of vitamin E with a little the hand cream. I rubbed it in on my penis being careful not to get any into the nozzle. I gave attention to the area around the head and down the sides (the glans). Both these products are pretty benign so there I had no sensation when I put it on. 4 I cut back on the solo sex, to give the cream and E stuff a chance to work I also use Astroglide to facilitate a hand job. If you have never used it you may want to buy a bottle (about $8.00 for a small bottle). It's real slippery and it's water based. 5. After about two weeks of this treatment I noticed I could feel the head of my johnson rubbing on my underwear. About three weeks after the thereapy my wife and I were messing around like we usually do when to my surprise I had a gusher. Nice to know it still works.View Thread
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