Penis desensitization could be a possible premature ejaculation remedy that will help you last longer during intercourse. Many men believe that their PE problem is related to over-sensitivity and that desensitizing one’s penis could be the answer.
The problem with sensitivity is that there is no known method of validating it. This holds true for all methods, including circumcision. In fact, circumcision is complicated due to the fact that it is impossible for a man to give an impartial verdict on whether it works or not.
Most men, if circumcised, have been since not long after birth and so cannot give a verdict on what sex was like with a foreskin because they have never experienced it. Other men who were circumcised later in life can give a better opinion but it could be argued that their glans has not had enough time to desensitize.
Why are we talking about circumcision anyway? The idea that some people have is that circumcision can desensitize the penis because the surface of the glans becomes keratinized and thick due to a lack of protection due to the absence of the foreskin.
However, there is no evidence that this theory is sound. Both circumcised and intact men can both derive pleasure from sex and can also both be premature ejaculators.
If you have a foreskin and want to experiment then some men have tried “skinning back” (keeping the foreskin rolled back, with medical tape to secure it if necessary) and some claimed to have experienced some success. Try it for yourself and see what happens.
The guaranteed way to desensitize your penis is to block off a portion of the nerve signals, all of which normally get sent from your penis to your brain. This is possible with the use of modern, medical-grade anesthetics such as benzocaine or lidocaine.
The easiest way to do this is to use a climax control condom. This is a condom that contains a small amount of benzocaine anesthetic gel in the tip that melts on contact with your penis i.e. when it has been rolled on. It give you a slight boost in performance time-wise, at the expense of some sensitivity.
If you want to go for longer then you can desensitize your penis even further by using a lidocaine spray such as Stud 100. This will allow you to use as much or as little as you want, within recommended guidelines. After sex, you are supposed to wash the residue off your penis – let me warn you: do not jump into a hot bath or hot shower. Make sure that the water is only lukewarm to start with or else you will feel a stinging, burning sensation! For some reason, they never tell you this on the instructions!
Penis Desensitization is an interesting theory. It is proven to work with anesthetics but otherwise there are no other proven methods. If you are looking for a permanent cure for premature ejaculation, I personally recommend looking elsewhere because why would you want to lose sensations of pleasurable sex if you can avoid it? There are plenty of other methods that do not involve desensitization so you do not need to go down this route if you want to regularly last long without using any assistance.
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