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No sensation in penis for over a decade but....

So for as long as i can remember i have had no sensation in my penis, when i was 18 i remember the slightest touch could set me off.... but since my 20s there has been no such feeling.

During any intercourse i end up giving up... as im either unable to maintain and erection or if im lucky enough to maintain one strong enough for intercourse i could go on for hours and hours.... I have never reached ejaculation during sex.

I am able to reach ejaculation when masturbating but it involves a very strange stretching routine... and isnt through natural enjoyment or stimulation if that makes any sense.

Anyways i had resigned myself to having this problem for nearly 10 years... and actually stopped having intercourse because of it for a long time.

But just recently with gyms being shut i bought my self a stationery bike... i usually just run in the gym/lift weights.

After using the bike for an hour when i stood off of it... i felt the strangest tingling down below... and it was very senstive to any touch.. even just rubbing off of my seat i felt sensation like i havent felt in years down there... it didnt last.

Now this isnt excercise/health related in that i used to jog/sprint on the treadmill daily and never got the same results...

I feel it has something to do with the actual sitting on the bike/cycling movement itself.....

any ideas what and how this could be ?
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I'm guessing that cycling on the stationary bike could be stimulating the prostate, which can trigger sexual feelings & that could be the reason for it. Just a guess, but it's also been said that TOO much cycling can damage the prostate & also the nerves in that area & that could trigger ED issues long-term, not right way, though. I think this is mostly an issue for serious cyclists who spend long hours on the bike saddle, on the racing bikes it's a pretty narrow saddle & that puts a lot of pressure in the perineal region, leading to some nerve damage. But I'm thinking in your case a less vigorous 'massaging' of that area just kind of 'woke things up' there. Don't know if this is the case, just my guess based on my own experience & things I've read about it. I would welcome any additional comments from others, whether you agree or disagree with this...
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Riding The Bike Could Simulate Sex By Doing The same repeated movement over and over again .

If You Want To Get This Feeling again then

Try Shut Your Eyes While Riding it

Try to press the pedals in the same repeated way at the same speed

Try that and comment back if it worked :-)
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