Sensitivity to your penis is normal. An overly sensitive penis can affect your sexual life. It can also have an impact on everyday activities not related to sexual activities.
The penis is actually a sensitive tissue composed of blood vessels — veins and arteries, as well as nerves. When a man is having an erection, blood rushes to the blood vessels, making it hard and erect. The corposa cavernosa, the main chamber within the penis where majority of blood circulates, is the main component in penile erection.
Just because vaginas get gynecologists and annual exams and all that jazz doesn't mean you can just forget about your penis health. In fact, there are a lot of problems that can arise if you don't look after your penis properly. So to find out more about how to keep your penis as healthy as possible, BuzzFeed Health spoke with two board-certified urologists: Dr.
Most men are well aware that penis sensation matters a great deal. It's what makes anything sexual feel so wonderful - from the feather-light touches of a partner to the more heavy-handed use of their own hand for masturbation, all the sensation a man feels relies on the nerve endings in the penis. Those nerve endings provide penis sensation that can give a man the heights of pleasure.
When hardness diminishes, so does a man's health and his innate sense of who he is. No matter how talented a man may feel he is in bed, he defines his sex by his erection, by its strength and hardness. This is what I call the Hardness Factor.
Prepare yourself for a cold hard fact: the average erect penis in Britain is five-and-a-half inches long. We might not admit to it, but so much of our time is spent adding phantom inches when bragging about our bits on various dating apps or finding the perfect angle for a dick pic that makes it look just a little bit more impressive than it does IRL. But where did that notion of bigger being better come from?
Has your partner ever had a problem with premature ejaculation? Premature ejaculation is a common problem experienced by up to 30 percent of men at some point in their lives. Some men might be embarrassed by their tendency to climax too early and not want to talk about it.
Tired of lasting less than 2 minutes? You tried everything, by imagining your girlfriend as an old ugly lady, even squeezing your pelvic muscle. But, nothing works.
You don't need a stopwatch to decide whether you have a problem with premature ejaculation. If you're reaching orgasm before you really want to, that's premature enough. That said, a definition from the International Society For Sexual Medicine notes that men who suffer from premature ejaculation "always or almost always" reach orgasm within about three minutes of starting sex.