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decreased sensitivity after procedure 1 year 4 days ago #1308705918

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Dear members I'd like to gather informations about decreased sensitivity post procedure among members who had HA, Ellansè and PMMA.
An old forum member had a very successful HA procedure and he mentioned he experienced having a less sensible penis after the procedure, but declaring that he preferred it anyway, also because it helped to prolong ejaculation.
It would be interesting to understand if this is a common "side effect" of any kind of procedure regardless of the product used, or if it's just a personal experience.
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decreased sensitivity after procedure 11 months 2 weeks ago #1308706105

tiritera wrote: Dear members I'd like to gather informations about decreased sensitivity post procedure among members who had HA, Ellansè and PMMA.
An old forum member had a very successful HA procedure and he mentioned he experienced having a less sensible penis after the procedure, but declaring that he preferred it anyway, also because it helped to prolong ejaculation.
It would be interesting to understand if this is a common "side effect" of any kind of procedure regardless of the product used, or if it's just a personal experience.


I can't speak for everyone else but I definitely feel I lost some sensitivity after PMMA. For me not a good thing since I already took a long time to cum during sex. Especially in my shaft. Rubbing on it does nothing for me now. All the feeling have to be in the glans for me to get Erect now.

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decreased sensitivity after procedure 11 months 1 week ago #1308706111

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Thank you, it’s interesting, hope other members could share their experience as well

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decreased sensitivity after procedure 9 months 1 week ago #1308706604

This is such a an interesting and important topic. Hoping others will respond as well. I’m also wondering what some Ellanse users have experienced.

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decreased sensitivity after procedure 9 months 1 week ago #1308706609

From what I can gather (having read every progress report with dermal fillers for nearly the past 10 years), those who do say they have sensitivity loss, it's seldom to the point of "numbness" and often times subtle. Obviously, there are exceptions like how member New1Inch lost more shaft sensitivity than he preferred, but this is not typical of Dermal Filler injections in general.

I honestly, GENUINELY cannot tell if I lost sensitivity, or if it's all in my head since others have reported it, but if I did in-fact lose some, it was probably 10% or so? Ironically, being thicker creates more friction, which offsets any loss in sensation I had after the procedure, so in the end it worked out for me.

Also, there are guys that report no change, and others who report even more sensitivity due to a wider surface area of the skin (these reports vary from HA, to PMMA, to Fat).

I can say confidentially that the risk of losing significant amount of sensation is RARE, assuming you're being treated by an experienced practitioner using medical-grade product.

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decreased sensitivity after procedure 8 months 1 week ago #1308706924

Same here, after 3 procedures the top part of my shaft is basically numb .. keep in mind i had infections with strong inflamations that were treated but could have damaged the skin

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