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Understanding the Most Sensitive Part of Your Penis

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As a penis owner, it’s important to understand its most sensitive parts. Come on, we all know it can hurt a lot, sometimes even more than heartbreak. It is true dear men and you know it! But pain is not the only reason why you need to know about these sensitive parts.

This knowledge can help you enjoy sexual experiences more, stay healthy and avoid infections too. Yes, sir, knowledge is power. Let’s start with the most sensitive parts of the penis –

It includes the glans, which is the head of the penis, and a part of it under the urethral meatus. This is because it has a high concentration of nerve endings. These nerve endings send signals to the brain, which help you feel pleasure during sexual activities.

But wait a minute, what really leads to arousal and erection?

Arousal happens when you become sexually excited. This can happen due to a physical stimulus like touch, or sexual thoughts or fantasies or it can happen due to a psychological stimulus like seeing an attractive person. The arousal increases the blood flow in the chambers of the penile tissue, corpora cavernosa. This causes the penis to become erect.

How to stimulate your penis glans and experience pleasure better? Stimulating the penis glans can be a highly pleasurable experience for many people. However, it is important to do so safely to avoid injury or discomfort. One way to stimulate the penis glans is through gentle touch and massage using your fingers or a soft toy. Well if you know you know (Blink) It’s essential to use a lubricant to reduce friction and enhance the sensations. Additionally, you should start with a light touch and gradually increase pressure to ensure that you don’t overstimulate the area.

Partners of penis owners can engage in safe and pleasurable stimulation of the penis through various techniques. The most common way is manual stimulation, where the penis is gently grasped and stroked with lubrication to reduce friction. Experimenting with different pressures, speeds, and motions can provide different sensations. Paying attention to your partner’s verbal and non-verbal cues helps understand what feels pleasurable to them. Additionally, oral sex can be an enjoyable way to stimulate the penis, using techniques like licking, sucking, or gentle nibbling, while being mindful of individual sensitivities and preferences. Adding toys like penis rings, vibrators, strokers, or sleeve-style toys designed for penis pleasure can help elevate this experience too. Experiment with different speeds, pressures, and motions to find what feels pleasurable and check the manufacturer’s instructions for proper use and cleaning of the chosen toy to ensure safety and hygiene.

Having explained that, have you heard this saying – your body is your temple? Your body is sacred and it will take care of you, only and only if, you take care of it. Today, let’s look into the ABCs of taking care of your penis –

Proper hygiene is essential for keeping your penis healthy. No two ways about this. You should clean your penis daily with warm water and mild soap. Be sure to dry it thoroughly after washing, as moisture can encourage the growth of bacteria. It’s also important to wear clean underwear and avoid using harsh chemicals like perfumed soaps and detergents. Boys stop turning and wearing that underwear again and again. Not cool.

With hygiene covered, let’s look into how you can hit skip on STIs –

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be easily transmitted during sexual activities. The best way to stay free from STIs is to use a condom during sexual activities. A condom is a saviour, don’t forget that. It’s also important to get tested for STIs regularly, especially if you have multiple sexual partners.

While we are on the subject of penises, have you ever wondered – Is Circumcision Better Than Uncircumcised Penises? Let me decode that for you. No, circumcision is not better than uncircumcised penises. There are benefits and risks associated with both. Some studies have shown that circumcision can reduce the risk of certain STIs, but other studies have shown no significant difference. Ultimately, the decision to circumcise should be based on personal preference, cultural beliefs, and medical considerations.

Driving back the focus to the most sensitive part of your penis, here are some conditions that can affect the head portion – balanitis, phimosis, and paraphimosis. Balanitis is an inflammation of the glans, which can be caused by poor hygiene or fungal/ bacterial infection. Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin cannot be retracted over the glans, which can cause pain during sexual activities. Paraphimosis is a condition in which the foreskin becomes trapped behind the glans, which can cause pain and swelling.

Finally, understanding the most sensitive part of your penis is important for your sexual health and well-being. Proper hygiene, staying free from STIs, and seeking medical attention for any conditions affecting the head of the penis can help you maintain good sexual health. Remember to always practice safe sex, and make informed decisions about circumcision. See you next time, until then keep taking care of your health and hygiene.

About the Author

Dr. Prateek Makwana

Dr. Prateek Makwana is a Consultant Embryologist in A.R.T Department at the Vasundhara Hospital Ltd. He is a reproductive and sexual health expert.

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