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Sensitive skin irritation on head of penis. Exzema? Balanitis? Chaffing?

I really apologize for the long story but i just want to describe the situation as best as possible..

This all started 6 weeks ago. I was at my gf's place and we started making out (with both of us fully clothed)  I was on top grinding her which didn't last very long as i pre ejaculated. I stayed the night and in the morning we got back to making out again with her on top this time grinding.  I lasted much longer but upon ejaculation, I felt this extremely sensitive tingling feeling on my penis that was very uncomfortable as she continued to grind on me. The next day there was no sensitivity but i was weirdly very sexually aroused and masturbated 3 times either by dry humping my bed or with the use of a sock. Upon finishing the 3rd time i felt extremely sensitive again. I examined my penis and noticed a red spot on the top part of my glans and it initially looked swollen. Throughout that week I tried to take take it easy and stop masturbating. Unfortunately this happened during exam season in which i was stressed, so it didn't work out very well. However I knew i had to stop when i decided to use my hands with no lotion and had already ejaculated when my penis was 50% erect...

After that i read some forums and decided to abstain from masturbation for 2 weeks. This helped with the sensitivity i was experiencing from just sitting down. Later my gf and i met up again and she was on top dry humping me in which i ejaculated and felt ok. After some time that same day she gave me oral which lasted a total of 1 min. I  have never felt such sensitivity in my life. My whole body was extremely ticklish and tingly. And AGAIN the next day I was extremely aroused in which i masturbated twice . Once dry humping, the other with a sock(I have socks designated for masturbation in which i use once before washing again, so i think they are sanitary?)

Now im back to having a feeling of irritation and sensitivity. I recently started applying coconut oil in the morning after I shower and dry my penis. This generally works for a certain amount of time until the sensitivity comes back again

I have a history of eczema, so is it possible that it travelled to my penis? or am i experiencing some serious friction burn? Or could it be Balanitis? My glans are not swollen this time around which makes me think its not balanitis but of course i could be wrong. It also has been smelling really bad down there lately. There are no bumps on the head. Besides oral sex i have never had sexual intercourse, I am also circumcised and 20 yrs old.

I honestly just want to get back to feeling normal and would love any help that anyone could provide  
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You have done a pretty good job of describing this issue.  You realized the sensitivity was better when you abstained, so recognize that climaxing can bring about a more sensitive state.  It also causes your desire to increase.  I would cherish and explore them as nice feelings after climax, being gentle instead of rough.
As for your penis, it sounds like chaffing and perhaps Balanitis, which both can occur from the actions you have described.  If you are going to grind, I suggest eliminating all cloth contact especially jeans.  Chaffing aside, you can also have issues from chemicals in the fabric.
Smelling is a different story.  You need to nail this down and clean it up.  Perhaps it is the fact that you ejaculate in your cloths and then do not wash, or just leak all day from excitement and you need to bathe more often, but if this is after a good scrub in the shower, you should visit your doctor.        
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Thank you so much for your response. I will definitely look into bathing more freq and assessing if the situation gets better from there  
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