The Relationship Between Circumcision and Sexual Satisfaction
It is scientifically proven that the Uncircumcised penis feels better during sex actually, it is more sensitive than a circumcised one. However, there has been a lot of debate on whether that affects pleasure sensation during sex. Circumcision is widely practiced in the United States. For over 100 years, circumcision has been normal culture practice. Circumcision removes about 12 inches of erogenous tissue on the penis. The skin that is removed contains fine-touch neuroreceptors that are extremely sensitive to touch. A University of Michigan study found that the most sensitive part of the circumcised penis is the actual circumcision scar.
Foreskin Function- Uncircumcised Penis Feels
Besides to housing thousands of nerve endings, the foreskin on an uncircumcised penis acts as a sleeve.
The sleeve can move up and down the penile shaft. This stimulates the head of the penis, whilst reducing friction, leaving the penis sensitive to stimulation.
The difference when it comes to fornication?
Anecdotes and studies have proven that circumcision is not a make or break element when it comes to dating sexual pleasure. Although more sensitive, there is so clinical relevance that an uncircumcised penis makes sex more pleasurable. The difference in sexual sensitivity is so minuscule between circumcised and uncircumcised penises, neither makes you feel better or worse.
Vulnerable to Sexual Problems
Both men and women are able to experience a variety of sexual pleasure and suffer from a variety of sexual problems. Circumcision (or lack of it) is not to blame for orgasm issues. If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction or lack of sexual pleasure, there are resources to help you get your sex life back on track. Dr. Elist is leading doctor specializing in urology, specifically in impotency, male sexual dysfunction, and infertility.