Hello everyone.. I have been worrying myself sick searching all over the web trying to figure out whats wrong with me, every title under google is purple meaning that I've clicked on every single link. I'm driving myself crazy and just don't know what to do..
My penis has lost a good amount of sensitivity on the head. I don't really know why, I figured there could be a few possibilities but i'm not sure. I have sex A LOT with my girlfriend. I mean a lot by maybe 5-6 times a night between a 3-4hr period. Sometimes rough sex even. And i'm with her every single day, and every day is the same. But about a week ago after me and my girl hung out for some reason I had the urge to masturbate and it took a long time to ejaculate about 45m maybe an hour, I was a little rough with it. But after I felt no pain or anything after. The next day I noticed my penis head had little to no sensitivity, along with the foreskin and shaft. I have no morning erections anymore, I don't get random erections anymore.. I can still get one but it takes a lot of stimulation if I'm by myself, but if I'm with my girl it isn't as hard to get up. Also my orgasms are very weak and sometimes non existant even. I have no idea what to think.. Whether its nerve damage.. or what?! I really haven't gave it much time to rest, the most maybe 2-3 days ad then I engage in intercourse with my girlfriend again and it seems when I do it resets the process..
This is very stressful, and it is the only thing on my mind all day long. All I'm asking is for a little insight, maybe someone has had the same problem? I don't know, I just don't know what to do anymore, it is very depressing. I would appreciate even the littlest response, Thank you.View Thread
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