HI guys after 1 years of work and 11 months of full retraction achievment I can now touch my glans without pain... just discomfort... to desensitize it I use the shower on my glans I use it stonger day after day ... I can now use it at max water without pain if hard or at maximum with a pain that I can stand if not hard...
I have also notice that it is less sensitive when dry or when hard ... dont know why?
also were pearly penile papule are it is more sensitive.... ans since full retraction and with dry periode of glans before bed pearly penile papule are reduce at 25% of the size they were before....
Everything you describe is entirely expected. The more you expose your glans to whatever impinges on it, the more it will respond at reduced sensitivity. Just remember that at the other end of the spectrum are many men - most particularly those who have been circumcised - who bitterly regret having inadequate sensitivity!
Your references to "dry" and "wet" can be misleading if you are not careful. Dry skin tends to avoid friction as long as it is contacting dry skin. When wet with plain moisture, it becomes "tacky" and whatever touches it tends to stick, markedly increasing friction.
Sexual stimulation is predicated on adequate lubrication - when your glans is well lubricated, you should find it very difficult to generate enough friction to cause pain or discomfort. Your comments tend to imply that you have still not become familiar with a young lady during this time to discover this.
The PPPs are indeed understood to be closely connected to the sensitivity of the penis - they are usually absent in circumcised men as the result of - so it would appear - attrition from abrasion.
And of course, when erect, the skin of the glans is stretched relatively taut and naturally, will be less movable and therefore - less sensitive.
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