|Originally posted by MelissaEvans
Is this a problem circ causes? I've understood that it desensitizes men which seems to be the exact opposit.
There is really not a lot of good research about this issue but some think that there is a connection.
I think for very young men, premature ejaculation is a problem of over excitement of the brain more than anything else. In my own experience, there was no way that it was over stimulation of anything other than the brain because there just wasn't enough time for anything else to get stimulated. It was both disappointing and frustrating.
However, if the problem persists into adulthood, the hypothesis is that a circumcised man does not have the sensory input to know when to back off a bit and prolong the act. It's like all of a sudden, it's there and there is no way to slow it down and stop it. The thinking is that with the extra sensitivity an intact man has, he is able to read the signals far in advance and is able to subtlely adjust what he does to prolong the experience for both himself and his lover. This is borne out in my personal experience after foreskin restoration. The stimulation is more intense but I can maintain that higher level with cooperation of my lover without going over the edge. At the point she starts to have hers, her vaginal muscles tighten and then I'm pushed over the edge at the same time as she has hers. Now it happens that way almost every time and of course, that makes for a far superior experience for the both of us than one trying to wait for the other or having to continue after they have already had theirs.
It would appear that lesser sensitivity would be the cure for premature ejaculation but it appears that it is the cause of it in many cases. Strange, isn't it?