I'm 15 and have only been masterbating 2 years now. Very rarely after I ejaculate I have a burning sensation that won't go away for 20 to 30 minutes. I am a virgin and masterbate once a day. When I masterbate I usually do it with my underwear on and switch underwear after. Am I stroking it to hard or should I start doing it without my underwear or should I use lube?. Could the underwear be irratiting the tip of my penis? Also, is it ok to have the urge to urinate after masterbating?
The problem with masterbating with and through your underwear, can put you in the fetish club, and yes thats what could be your problem as it may still have some soap power residue in them, and hay presdo you are getting a problem, so next you fill the urge to masterbate just get naked and hand to p***s either with or without some kind of lubrication, lubrication can either be baby oil, KY jelly, or any think else you can find.
Wanting to pee after masterbating, yes we all have had that at a young age, you will get over it.
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