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Had been circumcised after which have lost sensation and enjoyment to touch it. Clitoris damage?

hey.i was circumised when i was young but it was more like a pinch to my clitoris.i did not bleed but had like a small wound from a pinch.i was then 13 and even though i had not had sex i did enjoy playing with my self n athors playing with me,it was very sensational and i loved it but after the crcumssision all that feeeling disappeared i didnt feel the urge to touch myself or anything.i diddnt think a bout it anymore but now im 30 n i have no feeling there at all no matter how much i try.can it be that my clitoris was damaged even though i have it n it was never cut.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have been circumcised and have lost sensation of pleasure on touching your glans.

The sensastion of pleasure of sex or touch are located in foreskin and during circumcision these nerve endings are excised .The glans which is exposed to atmosphere is less sensitive to these sensation but one gets sensation of pleasure during sex due to friction of the glans over vaginal walls.
Do not worry you will get sensation of pleasure and will be able to enjoy sex with your female partner.

Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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