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Masturbation technique which does not involve stimulating penis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can I help you?
User :   hi Doctor
User :   I'm sorry to bother you again
Doctor :   plz continue with your query
User :   can I ask you if there is a masturbation technique which does not involve touching or stimulating the shaft of the penis?
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   in every technique stimulation is required
User :   oh really?
User :   because if I stimulate the shaft, I will get bumps on the shaft afterwards
Doctor :   if you will masturbate there will be bumps
User :   are there ways to stimulate by the penis head?
Doctor :   but near head the skin is irritated and inflammed
User :   on one side
User :   the other sides are okay
Doctor :   but the stimulation will involve whole head
User :   oh really?
Doctor :   do you think that you can do?
User :   I'm not sure
User :   can you tell me how it is done?
Doctor :   as you stimulate shaft the same way you can stimulate head
User :   okay
User :   apply strokes?
Doctor :   with fingers
User :   pressing down?
Doctor :   both up and down
User :   I see
User :   but gently?
Doctor :   yes
User :   will this also have the side effect?
User :   cause bumps
Doctor :   yes
User :   so there's no way around it
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   it is normal body process
User :   I remember that I used to wear underwear during masturbation and the touching of the penis head against the underwear will cause stimulation also
Doctor :   yes
User :   yes
User :   and it seemed like this did not cause any bumps
Doctor :   you may try
Doctor :   but i think there will be bumps
User :   yes but I don't think I can do that anymore
User :   because that's how I got the inflammed skin
User :   well, one time I rubbed it too hard
Doctor :   yes
User :   I think if it is just a gentle rub, it is ok
Doctor :   yes
User :   but that time I don't know what I was thinking...I rubbed it too hard
User :   I regret that so much
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   try gently this time
User :   do you think that my skin will be able to heal to a point where it can accept gentle rubbing?
User :   because right now for sure I cannot touch it
User :   it is still inflammed and irritated
Doctor :   dont worry
Doctor :   your skin will be fine
Doctor :   it will take some time
User :   I'm also kind of thinking about cosmetic surgery
Doctor :   i think you should wait for some more time
User :   for it to heal?
Doctor :   yes
User :   it has been two and a half months
User :   since the incident
Doctor :   sometimes
Doctor :   it may take time
User :   ok
Doctor :   Is there any thing else I can help you with?
User :   that's it
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User :   thank you very much
Doctor :   Have you filled the feedback form?
User :   yes
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