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loss of penile sensitivity

I've had multiple low back surgeries in last six years. My last one was Sept of last year and since then, my scrotum and penis go numb, turn purple, get so cold they hurt and have loss of sensation in my penis which causes me to not be able to ejaculate when I have sex with my fiancee. I'm assuming this is from my last surgery. I had a different surgeon this time. I've never had this problem after my other ones. Did he screw me up?  Are there any tests to check the nerves and blood flow and ability to get everything erect I can ask my doctor to perform?


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Only the surgeon who has done your last surgery can give his opinion and treatment.Have you ever tried to massage perineum? Watch the above videos which may give you some ideas about your treatment plan.
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Hello sir, Am 22 years old virgin. I have not had sec before but I have been masturbating frequently for the past 10 years. My problem is that is don't get morning wood anymore quite some time now, maybe more than a year now. And when my penis erects It doesn't stand hard enough and gets down within few seconds, not even up to a minute. Please I need help. I WNt to have sex as soon as possible but am afraid I will embarrassed myself infront a girl. Please I need urgent answers.


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