I am suffering from the loss of sensitivity in my penis. I am not happy while doing sex. Previously my foreskin got removed freely at that time I did not get any sensitivity to my penis. At the time of my first sex, the foreskin got cut and it bled. So, I used a cream. My scrotum is very tight. There is no loose skin around at all at any time. Sometimes, I feel there is something in my urethral nerve. So please suggest methods to gain back sensation in the penis.
Do you have any other medical disorders? Do you masturbate too much? Since when have you felt the loss of sensitivity? Do you have any problem with the erection?
Thank you doctor,
I do not have any other problems. I did not have any problem before and my urine nerve showed some disturbance while urinating and sperm releasing time. Now, I am suffering from premature ejaculation and my scrotum is very tiny and very tight at the time of erection. Please suggest some good medicine for getting sensitivity on my penis.
It may take some time to recover. So, do not worry. Do not masturbate. I suggest you take, tablet Tadalafil 10 mg one hour before sexual intercourse and tablet Flavospas (Flavoxate) one tablet in the morning and evening for 14 days. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and with their consent take the medicines.
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