The outright removal of, or replacement of the frenulum with scar tissue, along with the drying out of the gland, and additional growth of dermis, all mean the sensitive nerve endings close to the surface of the gland become buried by a thick dermis of skin, resulting in less sensitivity of the gland.For this reason, Men who are often hyper sensitive and ejaculate prematurely are referred to undergo a circumcision (citation needed), to help reduce the sensitivity of the penis.
Indeed, even with a fully erect penis, if I pulled my foreskin up, it would nearly cover the gland of my penis, maybe bar 1cm from the tip.
I found in sex, even when I would pull the foreskin back, it would not stay back, often it would retract back over the gland of the penis – especially when lubricated by either my partners vaginal fluids or if using synthetic lubricants like ky-jel or similar.
I always enjoyed sex immensely; the pleasure was always nice during the sex, not just the orgasm.
Google Key Words: Davidlouis77 blog Blog home: https://davidlouis77.Age when had the Circ: 37 (Date Nov 2008) Age Now: 39 (Date: May 2010) Introduction Before sharing my experience, I direct the interested reader to some of the finer anatomical aspects of the penis.
The following link provides a good example of this: (anti-circ bias).
For general information and FAQs try: Again, anti circ bias, but credible in my opinion.It presents the view of Australian medical societies.This site will provides a pro-circ treatment: considered a circumcision because during intercourse my foreskin would retract over my gland which I assumed (incorrectly) was the most sensitive part of my penis.In fact, the frenulum is widely reported (see citations in wiki) as the most sensitive part of the penis and the foreskin, along with the moist gland (head) of the penis and the foreskin itself all being highly sensitive.Often surgeons performing circumcisions will remove the frenulum or in my case, replace it with scar tissue, resulting in loss of the highly sensitive tissue.Morover, the gland without the foreskin to protect it, is exposed to the harsh drying and rubbing action of cotton underpants, quickly drying it out, and along with exposure to other elements like hot water of showers, the gland soon develops an additional dermis of skin to protect it from the harshness of the conditions to which it is now exposed.