Men with circumcision get less pleasure from sex


18/02/2013

Circumcision for men made in adult or childhood, eventually leading to the alleviation of fun in mind to reduce the sensitivity, the specialists said University Hospital of Ghent. This effect has been studied in a study of 1,369 men aged over 18 years, reports Reuters.

Men have told investigators about a history of, or lack of circumcision, evaluated the degree of sensitivity (on a scale from 0 to 5) reported they experience the power of orgasms and how often they encounter any numbness or pain at the time of sexual arousal and face if at all.

Of all the 310 participants were circumcised. The degree of sensitivity in them, as well as pleasure during stimulation of the glans penis by 0.2-0.4 points were lower than those of men who were not circumcised. As a result, it became clear that the sensitivity of the control group was 3.72 in average, whereas in circumcised men - 3.31. In addition, the first reported stronger orgasms.

Maybe it’s the fact that when the foreskin is cut off, the head of the penis is in constant contact with underwear or clothing. Thus, the skin on it becomes denser, coarser, drier and therefore less sensitive. This explains why men often complain of numbness circumcision and pain during sexual arousal.

Male circumcision in the world with about 30%. This procedure is carried out not only for religious reasons, but also as a safety measure to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections.


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