Just a quick note.. If you're a smoker. That will cause lack of sensation.. It cause arteries to constrict and limit blood flow. I'm a smoker and suffer from same problem. Spent 2 1/2 months in hospital last year. Found that the little guy was alive and ready when l spent the next 3 weeks in nursing home for therapy. l had to run a batch off every day. It was great !! Hadn't felt that good in years :0) So, if you smoke.. Lay off of them and you'll see the difference. If not.. something else is causing lack of blood to little WolBone.. Hope this helps.. Take Care "Redneck"
Hi wolfbone. I am 28 have the same problem and symptoms that you have described in your message regarding numbness of penis for past three years now. I also have absolutely no problem maintaining good erections. And like you, I have to either concentrate a lot during sex to orgasm. Or watch porn. I went to a urologist for a check up and he said everything was fine. But I am still feeling numb. I also tried abstaining from sex and masturbation for one complete month to see if that would improve anything but that had no results.
I saw your post and thought I should ask you how you are doing now and if your condition has improved.
Thanks in advance.
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