About Me: Male, 29, texas, TX, member since Jan 2015
I have a problem with Low T ...... I have numbness of the penis + when I build up to an orgasm/climax I cannot feel the orgasm/climax.... I can feel the build up ,but then bam the feeling hits a brick wall..... it has been making me depressed/sad/thinking bad thoughts.
[More] It's saddening not feeling the climax it started I think early december/middecember. I also think that the feeling started going away slowly from august/september(2014) and the decrease in the orgasm/feeling in penis...
"Are you getting the burning after masturbating? If so you might be rubbing to hard or you might be getting lubricants inside your urethra. Also it could be due to not drinking enough water due to lubrication of the insides of your urethr..."
"Do you have any treatment suggestions such as vitamins or supplements? Maybe injections of some kind or some sort of boosters for testosterone?
I will be doing exercises ,but I am not familiar with the ones you describe. However I will..."
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