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RPS reduce penis sensitivity

RPS reduce penis sensitivity

At 63 years I am in fairly good shape but do have some health issues. I do not take any medication but I do have moderated fatty liver disease and moderate small fiber neuropathy.

The aspect of my health that is having the biggest impact on me is substantial ED and RPS, in particular the RPS (reduce penis sensitivity), occurring primarily on the shaft of the penis there is almost no sensation. I have stopped smoking cigarettes and drinking wine on a daily basis in hopes of recovering some of the sensitivity.

I have searched the site for others experience but haven’t found much except posts on reduced sensitivity due to circumcision and wanted to know if I am missing something or if anyone has had success with this condition.

thanks zy.

Do you masturbate often?


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Originally Posted by Titleist
Do you masturbate often?

No - for the most part things don’t work that well and so the thrill is gone…

What does your urologist say?


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I am not sure the shaft is that sensitive. Anyway, I guess both problems are caused by lowered levels of testosterone.

Originally Posted by marinera
I am not sure the shaft is that sensitive. Anyway, I guess both problems are caused by lowered levels of testosterone.

Yup! I think you are right my friend. Most check-ups cost 200 American dollars and that includes the blood service. marinera, I need that checked in me as well.
zy, do a search if this can be what you need. Do you have high blood pressure? if so, you must emphasis that when getting treated for testosterone check.

zy, are your erections hard? If not, that could possibly cause the low sensitivity. Those things can be fixed. The long term smoking may still be in your system.

TNT and others,

Not sure how I missed your replies?

Were you saying that the shaft is not all that sensitive in general?

I am getting a physical in a week and will have T and free T checked among other things. I don’t have high blood pressure or diabetes and do not take any meds. I quit smoking and for the most part drinking any alcohol.

My erections are basically non-existent even with Cialis. Cialis use to work good 3 years back but now almost no help.

After the physical maybe I will go to a urologist or a doc that does hormone replacement therapy.

Thanks for the feed back!

zy

Originally Posted by tntjockey
Yup! I think you are right my friend. Most check-ups cost 200 American dollars and that includes the blood service. marinera, I need that checked in me as well.
zy, do a search if this can be what you need. Do you have high blood pressure? if so, you must emphasis that when getting treated for testosterone check.

zy, are your erections hard? If not, that could possibly cause the low sensitivity. Those things can be fixed. The long term smoking may still be in your system.

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