May 03, 2014 · I've never regained the full sensitivity I used to have. Being touched feels less pleasurable, orgasms (from masturbation or sex) aren't what they used to be, I don't get as hard as I used to (though this may be partly due to the passing years), and some areas of my penis still feel very slightly sore to the touch, even several years later.
Jul 20, 2013 · I would like to know if i can be desensitized from masturbation? I have been having an issue lately, I masturbate every other day or sometimes everynight. This topic is .
Sep 07, 2011 · Can frequent masturbation desensitize the penis? I am 19 and have been masturbating, on average, once or twice a day since I hit puberty. While discussing the particulars of our sex life with my girlfriend, I started to fear that my excessive masturbation may have desensitized me. I do not have any problems becoming aroused or achieving orgasm, but compared with other sensitive parts of the Status: Open.
FACTS ABOUT MASTURBATION AND PENIS DESENSITIZATION "Any man experiencing any sexual dysfunction should ask himself if he's masturbating in ways that produce sensations that differ from those he gets from his partner's [ ] vagina," says Michael A. Perelman, PhD, clinical associate professor of psychiatry, reproductive.
Masturbation, with or without the use of sex toys, can relieve stress, teach someone about her/his body, and can give oneself and a partner another dimension of pleasure. In a healthy sexual relationship, fears about desensitization or of a partner being "replaced" by a sex toy are nothing to be concerned about.