ALright here goes, this is rather embarrasing, so please forgive me... in anycase. I have an ultra sensitivity to various parts of the head of my penis(more specifically towards the bottom of it) in anycase whenever i'm getting a hand job from my g/f it gets to the point where it hurts. I have a foreskin and i do masturbate, however the skin normally covers the head when i masturbate...i was just wondering if this ultra-sensitivity thing is normal? And also if there is any particular way of fixing it?
On another note...i've had a few sexual partners and neither one of them have been able to "finish me off" I have a feeling that this is definitly psychological, as i'm able to cum when i masturbate, in anycase can anyone perhaps give me some advice on overcomming this? Any tips or suggestions would be appreciated...
The head of the penis has a lot of nerve endings in it, so it's quite natural that in some people, some parts of it might be a little uncomfortable to touch directly, even though indirect stimulation can be pleasurable. This is normal and nothing to worry about.
As for having an orgasm with a partner-- there is no magic formula for orgasm. It's best just to relax and enjoy sexual activity without focusing on orgasm. After all, if you're stressing out about whether or not you're going to have an orgasm, you'll likely be too stressed to have one. And if you're not stressing out about one, and you don't have one, you'll enjoy the sexual pleasure that you do experience for what it is, rather than focusing on what it isn't.
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