OMG thank god for experts in this feild! phewww i feel really embrassed saying this as i am only 17 years of age but i desperately need your help! my problem is i am worried sick at the thought that i may have damaged my clit :S because when i masturbate i cannot feel alot of sensation only a little bit but i still come- since i have left it untouched for about a month and still cannot feel much sensation -can you please give me the some advice. Thanks x
When you say that you have loss sensation, do you mean that you don’t feel as much as you felt before?
I'm not sure what kind/intensity of stimulation you applied to your clitoris during masturbation. Your clitoris, like any part of your body gets use to the stimulation or gets de-sensitized to it. That means that you might not feel the sensation as intense the subsequent times.
Warning signs to look for are painful clitoris, pins/needle sensation, ulcers/lesions on or near the clitoris. Go see your doctor or gynecologist if you have any questions.
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