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Suggest remedy for sensitivity post circumcision

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I was circumcised. I HV got over sensitivity problem on my penis, where frenulum joins the skin, on bottom side of penis. Once while shaving, a small potion got cut where frenulum joins the red skin and the new skin developed there has become rough ( say like minute burrs / projections, compared to smooth and less sensitive adjacent skin) and sensitive for touch, always irritating sensation, feels like warm/hot there. While in sex, that sensation is leading to PE within seconds. But when I apply xylocain 5% or delay sprays, just on that area, I could last for long time.

What is the permanent solution to overcome this problem... Any madicene to make that small portion permanently numb/kill sensitivity...or any treatment available....whether cut that portion and join the adjacent skin and stitch will solve?.

Please help? This is killing my confidence levels on bed and using cream/sparays timely is not convenient.
Posted Sat, 9 Aug 2014 in Penis Problems
 
 
Answered by Dr. Raju A.T 5 hours later
Brief Answer:
Give it time

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

There could be a scar tissue developed with lot of neural elements which made the part sensitive.

Need not worry such part's sensitivity get reduced over time duration, which could be a year or two.

Surgery can solve the problem but cant assure you on the same.

I am afraid there are no medication which can alleviate the sensitivity other than a local anesthetic gel.

Hope, I answered your query.

Wish you good health.

Regards,
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Follow-up: Suggest remedy for sensitivity post circumcision 7 hours later
Thank I for reply. But as u said, over a period of time, i hv noticed that sensation is increasing and becoming more uncomfortable. Other than local temporary numbing creams, can u suggest any other way to come out of this problem to a great extent. Only that about 5mm area is making me to collapse. If any drug to make is less sensitive for ever... Or should I see some urologist or neurologist and what solution should I ask for? Plz guide me.
 
 
Answered by Dr. Raju A.T 4 minutes later
Brief Answer:
It does comes down over time

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

Yes, it does become less sensitive over coming days for sure. It may display increment in the beginning but later after some point it starts getting less sensitive. This is a common entity.

You can also opt for a surgery and you may have to consult a Urologist for the same. A chemical cauterization can also serve the purpose without a surgery.

Regards,
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Follow-up: Suggest remedy for sensitivity post circumcision 16 minutes later
Thank u for immediate reply. Can u plz explain what is chemical cauterization and what I need to do. Plz advise.
 
 
Answered by Dr. Raju A.T 15 hours later
Brief Answer:
Chemical cauterization

Detailed Answer:
Hi again,

Chemical cauterization is a procedure wherein a chemical which destroys the tissues is applied to the unwanted or over sensitive tissue. This will reduce the sensation of the irritation cause by the growth or the tissue.

Hope, I answered your query.

Wish you good health.

regards,
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