Hi Everybody. this post is about how you feel or may not feel about whether circumcision affects masturbation. Of course since I was masturbation since I was really little, but got circumcised later on in life (18), I have my opinions about it. When I was little, I masturbated a lot, and in public a lot also. And in teenage years, while I didn't do it in public, i did it daily whenever i was alone and by myself. My dr suggested that if I got circumcised it would help me stop, or make me lose interest. Initially because of the pain, I didn't masturbate for quite a few weeks. But I found I got erections a lot more quickly and easier because of it, and more often too. And of course it gave me a feeling of wanting to masturbate. Now when I do it, I find the feelings though are not as strong as they were before and I don't enjoy masturbating the way I used too and often wish I never got circumcised for that reason. I think now I masturbate more for the need to 'release' than for the reason of pleasure and such, and that makes masturbation now boring for me just something to do when it has to be done. I asked my dr why he felt circumcising me would help me do it less since most circumcised people masturbate just as much as non-circumcised ones. He said that's because most people getting circumcised get that way at birth or shortly after, but someone later on in life getting it done will decrease their appetite and desire. That is what he said. What do you think? Is it true? And how do you feel circumsision or non-circumcision affects your masturbation?
Circumcision + Masturbation
sorry but I think your Doc is a quack and I'd probably sue him.
My foreskin is an integeral part of masterbating. It's actually the skin that makes contact with my head and not my hand directly (hence the lack of excessive bottles of Jerkins Lotion scattered about the house, office, car, etc.)
I appologise for my obvious bias, I honestly don't want to sound critical of anyone's "best friend". I just feel that if its not a covenant of faith or a truely last option medically, leave things intact.
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