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My boyfriend has lost all the sensitivity and he thinks he is impotent. Could this be true ?

My boyfriend got circumcised about 2 months age, I have not been with him ever since, but he tells me that he has lost all the sensitivity and he thinks he is impotent. Could this be true ?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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No circumcision is a simple operation of removing of foreskin skin lying over he penis which is not retracting properly.Infact it happens that after circumcision he might become more sexually active as there does not remain foreskin over the penis to cover it so excitement is felt more and erection is caused immediately.

If at all due to some mistake of surgeon some nreve damage has occured then only sensation can be lost otherwise circumcision cannot harm.
For your clarification every muslim boy is circumcised when he is young ,but you can see they are very active sexually and also almost all muslims have children as they do not believe in artificial birth control methods.

Hope this clears all your doubts,

dr jignesh
Answered: Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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