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Numb penis after using extender. Will this get better?

I used an extender for my penis for about 2 weeks. Now the head if my penis is partially numb and some of the shaft is alittle numb too. I guess i extended too much? I will never use that again! I can still get an erection and climax but the feeling isn t 100 percent. The last couple times I tried to do it with my lady, I couldn t get hard even with her sucking it for 5-10 mins. Will this get better with alittle time? There is no discoloration on my penis. My lady and unjust entered a serious relationship and we have a lot of love for eachother. My emotions could be a small part of it too.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on facts that you have posted it appears that there may be partial injury to the nerve on dorsal side of Penis.and that may be the reason for numbness in the glans of your penis.Regeneration of injured nerve takes long time so you will get the numbness for couple of months.Soft erection is due to anxiety.Do not worry It will recover completely.
Answered: Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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