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**...Sensitive penis during intercourse...**

Hi I am a 23 year sexually active male. I dont use protection but I have only been sleeping with my girlfriend who is using the pill. I've had no problems in the past but recently the end of my penis has started to hurt during sex. The end feels very sensitive and painful, the pain usually results in my penis going soft!! It is very embarssing to me and my girlfriend so if anyone has any ideas of what it may be, and any solutions, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  qwertyuiop on 2005-12-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
There ia Remedy Finder on this site.Please feed all your symptoms in that it will tell you the remedy then you can discuss with us.Her iside may now be acidic that is causing you problem.
sajjadakram635 last decade
Hi there, thanks for the reply. I took your advice and used the remedy grid. After answering pages of questions, the symtom that fits my answers the best was "Thuja Occidentalis". But when I've read more about it I dont really think it fits with the problem I am having.

Here is more information that may help:

Everything looks fine, there is no swelling, spots, dryness or anything out of the ordinary.

It doesnt hurt when urinating, maturbating, walking around etc.. only when I go to put it into my girlfriend.

Its a sharp pain, and normally I cant get it all the way in, the pain is too much. But, the pain disappears as soon as I pull out. And sex in the bath isn't a problem.

Hope this helps, thankyou.
qwertyuiop last decade
it is worth checking whether you have thrush.
erika last decade
if you have a girl friend always entertaing you why do you masturbate?

Problem is not with you it is with your girl friend.Her vagina may be dry.She is not willing and you are enforcing her to satisfy you.
settle this problem with your girl friend.
if you are over excited i can tell you the medicine to control your vigor.
Thuja is not your medicine.
If the dryness of the vagina is due to some disease i can prescribe.
sajjadakram635 last decade
Thanks for the replies.

"She is not willing and you are enforcing her to satisfy you."

What exactly did u mean by this? Does it mean I'm not turning her on? Sorry just a little confused.

I haven't yet asked my girlfriend if her vagina is dry, not exactly sure how to confront her about it.

I don't masturbate myself, my girlfriend does it for me.

qwertyuiop last decade
Very interesting.You are a jolly person,shall discuss latter on.i got to go now.
sajjadakram635 last decade
I think you should read some good sex book.I am not sex expert.Sorry for any further suggestion.
sajjadakram635 last decade

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