Author Topic: 17 and male  (Read 1207 times)

sugarcanethrowaway

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17 and male
« on: October 17, 2015, 04:55:06 AM »
This all started when I was 14. I might be remembering certain events wrong but I have 3 ideas about how this could have started.           
           
There was this one time I used spa soap to masturbate. I ended up with something I think was a UTI and I contacted a doctor about it. He gave me some tablets to use and I remember experiencing sharp penile pain that lasted for only a split second so I stopped using it. That's the first possibility.                 
               
The second possible cause could be due to extreme stress and major sleep deprivation that I experienced. However, the stress and sleep deprivation have been reduced significantly so it's unlikely that this could be the cause.               
             
The third possibility is that I used to masturbate even when I had a refractory period (so even when my penis was super sensitive and flaccid after ejaculating.) I also have a scar on my penis which I have no idea how it got there. It's a reddish flat scare that's about 0.5mm wide and 15mm long. It starts from the edge of the head of my penis and continues towards the urethra (but stops a bit from it.)             
             
I should also note that when these symptoms started occuring, I lost my refractory period (I can ejaculate multiple times in a row) and also slowly lost my libido.             
               
I'd like to know other people's thought on the possible causes of my ejaculatory anhedonia. Thanks for taking time to read this.

RocketTN3

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Re: 17 and male
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2015, 02:23:54 PM »
For me the numbness of orgasm and sensation in the penis occured at the same time, after masturbation one night, and never returned. I'm in the process of seeing a specialist neuro-urologist. Some of us here have been dealing with these problems for years, I would think at your age the best approach right now would be to leave it alone for as long as you can and the feeling may return.
« Last Edit: October 17, 2015, 02:26:02 PM by RichardTN3 »