Home Forums Reasons we Decide Bxo (mild) – questions

  • This topic is empty.
Viewing 8 reply threads
  • Author
    Posts
    • #45536 Reply
      DrCock
      Guest

      Hello everyone!
      Looks like I have a mild case of bxo. The foreskin is not tight and I’m getting treatment.
      There’s about 80% chance I won’t need the snip. But I am a little alarmed by news and by the remaining 20%! I’ll probably be ok without it but it’ll be easier if I’m stressed.
      And basically I’d like to hear something comforting from men who have been cut regarding sexual pleasure and functionality in sex and masturbation!
      I have nothing against circumcised penises, or uncircumcised, but personally I seek to avoid all surgery unless absolutely necessary.
      I have a pretty nice penis and for lovers of foreskin I have got a great one, and if I were cut, it’d look good too because I have a huge head! So I’m not worried about looks!
      What’s bothering me is the feeling. Foreskin is sensitive. Does this sensation just disappear or is it somehow transformed? Or is all that remains is the sensations in the glans?

    • #45537 Reply
      Charlie
      Guest

      DrCock.
      Just my opinion, but if I had BXO I would not hesitate getting circumcised! Far too many negative issues regarding BXO.
      I think you would be much relieved after circumcision.
      For me, circumcision enhanced my tactile (touch)feelings. I intentionally did a high and tight circumcision and in doing so retained a lot of inner foreskin. The inner foreskin, again, for me, was and still is the highly sensitive area. So the skin between my coronal ridge and my circumcision scar feels really good during sex and masturbation. The constant exposure of the glans is also highly stimulating! I don’t feel I lost anything getting circumcised! I just gained a no issues clean smooth penis that looks and feels great. Not to mention you have a “huge head” that would be always exposed which should be sexually stimulating to you and your sexual partners. That’s all I can offer based on my adult circumcision, I love it.

      • #45540 Reply
        DrCock
        Guest

        I don’t really believe in body modifications for myself unless all other means have been completely and utterly exhausted. Since I was born with a foreskin, it’d be better to die with one, but if it gets tight or so irritated that it cannot function and hinders my pleasure, then I will have no choice but to let go of it. Since it’s autoimmune, I need to find out why my body is attacking myself and I have some ideas. I was curious about circumcised penises and perhaps it manifested in this way in my body. So I need to make peace with that whole topic.
        The most of the kind i have ever had done was remove a tooth at a dentist’s and that still kind of felt like a betrayal of my body, so I imagine that removing the foreskin can also feel like I am committing violence against myself. So only if I have no other choice.

        I’ll have a just in case consultation with a doctor specialising in circumcisions. I want to understand what would be applicable to my specific biology. I don’t have a ton of inner foreskin like I have seen on some men.

    • #45538 Reply
      Gemma
      Guest

      As some slight words of reassurance, don’t confuse sensitivity and pleasure! I obviously can’t talk from a guy’s perspective, but I do have an strong interest in the subject and have felt it right to educated myself.

      There’s a lot of nonsense written about cirucmcision and sensitivity, but context is important.

      For example there’s an entire industry dedicated to the issue of “sensitive teeth”. In that context it’s viewed as a negative trait!

      • #45539 Reply
        matt
        Guest

        You make a good point about sensitivity not being synonymous with pleasure. While removing the foreskin might reduce light touch sensitivity, it also permanently exposes the glans to deep pressure sensitivity that is responsible for orgasm. Removing the frenulum also removes the potential for the hair-trigger response that is responsible for premature ejaculation giving men a much greater degree of control that is subsequently enjoyed by both parties during sex.

        • #45542 Reply
          DrCock
          Guest

          Matt,
          What you’re saying seems a bit alarming. The pleasure of the frenulum is pretty good. So for that that’s missing after the circumcision?
          Do you mean that because ejaculation is more difficult to achieve, you get the experience the deeper pleasure in the pelvic, otherwise associated with edging?

          • #45544 Reply
            matt
            Guest

            yes. absolutely. but nothing to be considered alarming. i enjoy an excellent degree of ejaculatory control as a result of my circumcision.

            • #45546 Reply
              DrCock
              Guest

              But would you say you enjoy, for example, masturbation as much as before?

      • #45541 Reply
        DrCock
        Guest

        My penis has not really been painfully sensitive since I was a teen. There are ways to deal with that.
        But my doctor said that a recently circumcised man get painful sensitivity for about six months due to healing of the nerves and then it normalises and he gets used to the new way.

        • #45543 Reply
          matt
          Guest

          The pleasure derived from the frenulum is derived from the tension on it during masturbation or thrusting during sex. It is also sensitive to light touch. It seems designed to facilitate rapid and uncontrollable urge to ejaculate in the male. Before my own circumcision, ejaculation was derived from focus on this area. After the foreskin and frenulum were removed, the pleasure previously derived from focusing on this area was completely gone and pleasure is now derived from tension in the entire shaft skin when erect and deep pressure sensation in the glans and entirety of the shaft. I actually prefer it this way, although a friend of mine who is circumcised but still has his frenulum was horrified to learn mine had been removed. That said, his frenulum is considerable, whereas mine was both thin and short so could not be retained. With our two experiences in mind, i’d only recommend those with a significant frenulum keep it, and those with a delicate, thin band have it removed at the circumcision or even remove it themselves beforehand by piercing it with a needle and tying it off with a thread. I had no pain during my circumcision and just some acute soreness for a couple of weeks that was easily controlled with paracetamol. after a month, there was no more pain, despite full healing taking about 6 – 8 weeks in total. the first two weeks are the worst of it. the glans takes over 12 months before it even starts to keratinise and fade in colour from its glossy purple to a pale matte pink that matches the general colour of the shaft skin in my experience. No issue with painful sensitivity due to nerve damage in my experience and I retained about an inch of inner foreskin fyi, so what would be described as a high and tight circumcision.

          • #45545 Reply
            DrCock
            Guest

            All of it is a bit scary! I’ve heard that the sensitivity is retained in the area beneath were the frenulum used to be.
            If I were to get cut for bxo, the doctor would likely need to remove mine.

            • #45547 Reply
              matt
              Guest

              i guess different people have different areas of sensitivity to some extent. for me, since my frenulum was removed, there’s nothing there now. but its not something that troubles me. if you have bxo my good friend, you should really get circumcised, and yes, it’s unlikely your frenulum would be retained. a colleague of mine in my last job had an issue where his foreskin went white on the end and closed. i dont know if thats the same as bxo, but he mentioned it to me and you could see he was in a panic about it. i looked up a clinic near him and he made an appointment. he was off work for 1 week before returning after a circumcision. he was like a new man after. happier, more confident again. it put the wind back in his sails.

            • #45548 Reply
              DrCock
              Guest

              I think his is an advanced case of bxo. In my case you cannot tell something is wrong unless you know what to look for, a very slight constriction. And I call fully pull it back.
              Yeah, the circumcision they recommend for bxo is usually really radical, which is even scarier!
              Very interesting! How did he find his penis afterwards? Was he just relieved to be free from the condition or did he genuinely enjoy the result of his circumcision?

            • #45550 Reply
              matt
              Guest

              He loves it. His wife loves the appearance too. He plays football and says he feels really confident being one of a minority of guys with a really cool looking cock as he puts it. he’s of average size and appearance, much like me, but a circumcised penis does look great whether youre big or small. obviously a big one, or one with a big glans looks particularly impressive, but we get the deal we’re dealt. in terms of performance, he’s very happy with it. the poor guy couldnt pull the skin back at all before, and the problem just got worse and worse over time. interestingly his finger tips also went kind of white around the same time. he doesnt regret it and is pleased he went through with it and grateful for the nudge in the right direction i gave him as a friend.

    • #45549 Reply
      matt
      Guest

      Just reading back over your previous comments, I see that you’re really anxious about the concept of losing your foreskin and are likely over thinking it and compounding your anxiety about surgery. I’d recommend a consultation with a dedicated clinic at your earliest convenience for an examination and to talk over the options with an expert in this field. Even a tight circumcision that leaves the glans and coronal ridge fully and permanently exposed still leaves enough movement for masturbation. You hear about circumcised guys needing to use lube but that’s not the case. I cannot reach orgasm at all if I masturbate using lube. I can still achieve a fast erection and reach orgasm quickly if I so desire. The coronal ridge is the most important area for sensitivity hence its raised and flared by design and it sounds like you have a large glans, so you’re well set i’d suggest. it’d look great, i’m certain of that. the friend i mentioned who retained his frenulum has a considerably larger glans than me and it makes for a very impressive appearance, i have to say. You have nothing to worry about and everything to look forward to. You can’t carry on with BXO.

    • #45551 Reply
      DrCock
      Guest

      Do you think we could contact in the chat to exchange Kik profiles? To chat in private

    • #45552 Reply
      matt
      Guest

      If you search for “pollock technique” on youtube, you’ll find a video that mirrors my own experience when i had my circumcision in my teens. It’ll also put your mind at ease regarding how painful it is(n’t), how quickly its performed and how good it looks immediately afterward with no bleeding and just an application of skin glue. look up a clinic that offers this option. the pain is massively less and healing is faster and the resulting appearance much better, more akin to if you had been done as an infant, i.e. no train track marks left by sutures. i’d seriously recommend you take the skin closure glue option over sutures. check the video out, and you’ll wonder what all the fuss is about.

    • #45553 Reply
      matt
      Guest

      have joined the chat

    • #45555 Reply
      ScanianDude
      Guest

      I was cut in my mid 20s wich is about 12.5 years ago (after my sexual debut) so have tried both before and after.

      this was purely cosmetic, I never had any medical problems with my foreskin and here it is unusual to be cut so never had any pressure from women either.

      but I should add that sex also always felt a bit like like I was masturbating inside my own forskin in the vagina since I had a very long foreskin.

      so the style of my cut is that I have is cover index of about 3 (before it was 10) with scar about 1.5 cm above the glans

      anyway about sesitivity for me it is the same as before when glans get moist from lube/juice etc, but less sensitive when dry, the painful sensitivity has disappeared unless I have underwear with seams in the middle (wich still are painful)

      pleasure has improved for me a lot after the cut, now sex feels awesome both on the in and out stroke. orgasms are more intense and longer lasting for me both from masturbation and sex

      so for me the cut gave a huge improvement wich I didnt belive it would, but also remember the biggest sexual organ is the brain

      feel free to ask me anything

      cheers/ThatScanianDude

    • #45556 Reply
      Reuben
      Guest

      > I’d like to hear something comforting from men who have been cut regarding sexual pleasure and functionality in sex and masturbation!
      Sexual pleasure in terms of feeling aroused and when ejaculating feels the same. The mechanics of masturbation can change a bit, and sex and masturbation might take longer or require more stimulation but not overly so. Certainly nothing to be concerned about if circumcision is being required for medical reasons.

      > Foreskin is sensitive. Does this sensation just disappear or is it somehow transformed? Or is all that remains is the sensations in the glans?
      There’s several aspects to the sensitivity associate with being uncut:
      As others have mentioned above you have the frenulum, where that was can remain sensitive even after removal.
      You also have the difference between shaft and inner foreskin – after circumcision you are likely to be left with at least some inner foreskin which will still be noticeably more sensitive than the shaft skin, even if it is now exposed and dry.
      Finally you have the glans, which while again will now be dry is still sensitive particularly once you are aroused.

      After removal of the foreskin I would say you notice sensations which you might not have considered before – not only in the glans, but elsewhere such as scrotum.

Viewing 8 reply threads
Reply To: Bxo (mild) – questions
Your information:




59 − = 57