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Im 15 just turning 16 and im just over average size,but every time i touch the head of my penis i get this feeling between ticklley and a sharp pain,it is sooooo sensitive.Also ive just started going out with some1 and if or when we decide to go further this might prevent problems.Is there anyway u can make it less sensitive?will just more touching it help?
Does this help anymore?


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Hey, 8-ball, we've already addressed your question here:;f=27;t=012874

Could you please keep the discussion going there so we can help you?

It's against Guidelines to double post, and Sexual Ethics & Politics is not the appropriate forum for this question, anyhow. Thanks!

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