hi counterso! just want to let u know that my Sclerosing Symphangitis problem is completely gone now after 2 weeks and i m fully recovered. i jst refrained from masturbation for 2 weeks and even after 5 days i noticed that hard vein in my penis started disappearing slowly and today after two weeks it has fully disappeared. thanks again for your advice reagrdsView Thread
thanks for your reply! SL= Sclerosing Symphangitis, which i m currenlty going Thorough. by the way i m 30 yrs old male. i have read your reply it has increased my knowledge thanks again.i have currently very busy job routine and doing around 65/hr week night shift,(same routine from last 1 year) with only one day off/week, no social life and sports involvement at all. Do u think this routine can be the reason that i feel very less sexual pleasure when i ejaculate? despite i do 65hrs a week but i dont really feel tiredness.i know u mentioned tiredness affects libido and yes u r right i dont have any masterbation urge but its more like a habbit dats y i masturbate(twice a week with dry hands,no lubricartion at all) bt u think still these long hours i m working can be the reason of less pleasure when i ejaculate ?or u think skin of my penis is damaged bcoz of dry masterbation and that is the resoan ,if so please advice me treatment to get back the sensitivity of penis skin back for a pleasureful ejaculation . please need ur guidence thanksView Thread
hi counterso thanks for your detailed replies on this topic. currently i m going through the same problem aswell.most of questions that can arise have been explained by u already but still a couple of questions that i wana ask are : does SL affect your sexual pleasure of a man when he cums ?i think my sexual pleasure while i cum is not as same as before. do u think its bcoz of this SL problem.seconldy does it affect the fertility and sexual drive of a man?if u can please spend couple of minutes on this .ThanksView Thread
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