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karenina

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sensitivity to temperature
« on: July 03, 2018, 04:39:42 AM »
Throughout my experience with, an attempts to combat this issue, I have mostly perceived it to be a mental or brain-related issue. However there seems to be one telling symptom that betrays this.
Before I experienced this problem, I would always feel strong sensation of warmth on my penis during vaginal sex, however, since the problem began I have not felt any temperature at all. I have always been with the same partner, and can still feel the warmth on my fingers, so it is definitely on my side. This makes me reconsider that the issue may be a physical one rather then mental. I'm wondering if anyone else has noticed a similar side effect since experiencing anhedonia.