So, you can have sex?... you just don't feel anything when you're having sex?
I know that circulatory problems can cause a lack of sensation because I had a boyfriend who had both erectile and sensation problems due to poor circulation in the pelvic/ groin area. But, I just don't see excessive or long term masturbation being the cause for the kind of nerve damage that you're suggesting. I suppose anything is possible, though. You might want to consult a physician for this.
I can state that at no time in my life with a woman or alone have I felt any sexual sensation, at all. I am a 36 year old male. I didn't have sex for 17 years but that wasn't a choice, I have little confidence and couldn't find a partner.
Yes, I can get an erection and my partner tells me I am very well endowed. Hardly the point but I feel bad about myself, I have to find something to smile about, eh?
I am fit, healthy, slim and eat very well, although some doctors might suggest vegetarianism is not so advisable. Note that I was a meat eater when I first had sex, and back then it was as lousy as it is now.
I sustain one most of the time, for as long as I need it, probably through thought. I don't know for sure, although I prefer sex not to go on for too long because it's so boring.
I don't have many feelings that I know of, only thoughts.
What kind of specialist would you say could help me? I live in Kazakhstan, which is a very rich country these days, trust me, but I'm not sure it has translated yet into provision of such a wide range of health care specialists on the ground.
England would be an option, although I'm only going there on holiday.
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