Hypersensitivity: What to Do About Too Much Member Sensationby John Dugan Owner
When it comes to member sensation, most men would be quite happy to have more of it. That’s why there are so many products on the market that claim to help build a man’s male organ sensitivity or provide new ways for him to get that “first time feeling” kind of rush. Many men will even change their male organ care regimen to include far-fetched ideas that might increase sensation, even the slightest bit.
However, there are some men on the other side of the spectrum that deal with far too much sensation. Hypersensitivity can occur for a variety of reasons, and it can lead to all sorts of unhappy outcomes, including premature seed release, deflating tumescence and more. Here’s what men need to know when they are dealing with too much member sensation.
Too much of a good thing?
Though at first blush it might seem like hypersensitivity would be a good thing, for those who deal with it on a regular basis, it can truly be a hindrance to their enjoyment. But what causes hypersensitivity?
1) Infections. Men who have suffered from a variety of infections might find that their nerve endings are much more sensitive in the aftermath. This might include something as simple as a yeast infection, a urinary tract infection, or more serious infections, such as a tough case of balanitis.
2) Problems with the prepuce. A man who has trouble retracting his prepuce might face serious hypersensitivity, thanks to the fact that the foreskin is usually covering the tip of the manhood. When it is retracted, the very soft skin at the tip of the male organ can be so sensitive that even the slightest touch can hurt – and for some, it might be pleasurable, but far too intense to allow them to hold back their seed release during sensual activity.
3) Healing from trauma. Trauma on or around the male organ can be a tricky thing, as sometimes it leads to a lack of member sensation – but it can just as easily lead to sending those nerve endings into overdrive, making the equipment far more sensitive than it was before. This sensitivity might go away as the healing continues, but for some, the member sensation ramps up enough that they can no longer enjoy the same sensual things they enjoyed before the trauma occurred.
4) Prostate issues. Sometimes an enlarged or irritated prostate can make the male organ much more sensitive to touch. This member sensation might come and go, depending upon a man’s prostate health. For some, the sensation increase becomes permanent.
Those who suffer from increased member sensation might deal with problems that go far beyond premature seed release. For some, a simple touch of a partner is too much, and the grip they use for self-pleasuring can become unbearable. For others, the hypersensitivity is so bad that even the touch of soft underwear – or, amazingly, the slight breeze of air – can be enough to lead to pain. In that case, speaking with a doctor is essential, as there might be medications or crèmes that could limit the sensitivity of the male organ enough to allow a man to have a normal life.
It’s never a good idea to attempt to reduce member sensation without a doctor’s help; this is because it’s entirely possible a man could go too far with home remedies and wind up creating significant nerve damage that doesn’t allow him to feel even “typical” sensation anymore.
A man dealing with hypersensitivity must still engage in a good male organ care regimen to keep the skin as healthy as possible. This can be achieved through the use of a high-quality manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). He should choose a crème that contains vitamin E and Shea butter, both of which are soothing and gentle to the skin and can help keep it supple and healthy.Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.
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