The Penis Is Very Sensitive To Touch After Circumcision?
After I performed circumcision, I found out that the head of my penis is very sensitive to touch. When erect or not, it feels a little sore when the head of my penis is touched by anything. How to fix this?
In fact, it is a normal symptom if in the early months after circumcision, you feel the glans / head of the penis feels more sensitive. This occurs because the glans penis, which was previously covered by the foreskin / foreskin, is now exposed directly without covering. The glans penis has a very large number of sensory nerves so it must be very sensitive to touch and when erect. Sometimes excessive sensitivity can cause pain.
Make sure your penis does not show redness, there are small sores, pus is draining from the urethra, and you have a fever. If you experience these symptoms, you may have a disease in the penis area that requires consultation with a Dermatologist.
To reduce sensitive complaints in the head of the penis, here are some things you can do:
Using underwear made of soft cotton that absorbs sweat. So that your penis is not at risk of being in damp conditions. Keep your penis clean. Read here for tips on maintaining penis cleanliness. Use condoms properly to protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases, especially if you have sex with a partner with whom you do not know a history of sexually transmitted diseases. Using a condom can also reduce the sensitivity of your glans penis. Apply a healthy lifestyle consistently to avoid venereal disease.
That's the info we can share, hope it helps you.
Greetings healthy, Dr Caecilia Haryu Aryapti.