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... Should I be focusing on desensitizing my glans first, loosening the foreskin, or cleaning the smegma first? ... (1 replies)
... Ok, so I started experimenting and i found that my glans was extremely sensitive. It was sensitive enough to where it was excruciating to pull the foreskin all the way back. ... (0 replies)
... i used to suffer from phimosis and even though stretching cured that my glans is still overly sensitive. ... (6 replies)

Penis glans Pain
Oct 13, 2010
... If this is the case, there are creams to desensitize the head. Just use them sparingly because if you use too much, you may not be able to climax until they wear off. ... (5 replies)
... n my last post, and I realised there is a spot near the tip which is still more sensitive than the rest of the glans, so I am going to annoy this bit in order to desensitize it. ... (14 replies)
... he urethrea is red. This condition has presisted since as long as I can remember. I am 17 years old and never had sex. There are no other symptoms apart from the glans being way too sensitive, but I've been trying to desensitize it. ... (0 replies)
... and I tried touching around the glans. When I touched the glans, I felt a strange painful sensation. How does one desensitize this? ... (1 replies)
... From last Wednesday night, my glans has been fully exposed. It is extremely sensitive, and I am paranoid about if it is going to get better, and how long it is going to take. ... (2 replies)
... The only real way to desensitize the glans is through exposure and contact. Pull back the foreskin and wash with water. There is no need for soap or other substances. ... (1 replies)
... Actually, you are supposed to have sex with the skin pulled back the whole time. The problem is that your glans has not been exposed enough. With time, the glans will desensitize to where it won't be painful any longer. ... (36 replies)
... e it will become less sensitive. No need to work at it unless its just so painful that it isn't pleasureable. If that is the case you may try to gently rub the glans with some lubrication and expose it by retracting the foreskin and leaveing it that way for a period of time. ... (4 replies)
... Contact is the only way to desensitize it. ... (4 replies)


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