Many men complain that their penises feel sore after sex. They describe it as an uncomfortable sensation that can be burning or just painful. With some men, this happens too infrequently for real attention to be paid to it. But with others, it tends to happen all too often, forcing them to search for answers. In this article, we tell you why your penis is more likely to be sore after sex.

1. The skin on your penis is thinner than the skin on other parts of your body

The skin around your penis is quite thin. Do the comparison yourself. When your penis is flaccid, pull the skin there. Do you realize how thin it is and how it fits almost immediately? Now, pinch the skin somewhere else on your body. Preferably somewhere where the hair grows, like your forearm.

Notice how the skin is much thicker and harder to pull off?

The skin around the penis is thin for a reason: it is supposed to allow the transmission of nerve impulses very quickly, and in order to transmit the impulses, it has to be able to capture them in the first place. The thinness of the skin on the penis allows it to pick up signals.

This is one of the main reasons why the penis is almost always prone to pain. Even in the mildest settings, some men will report being sore. In our next article, we will talk about what to do to prevent your penis from feeling sore whenever you have sex.

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In the meantime, know that the skin is thin.

2. Previous bad deeds

When foreplay is done poorly, there has to be a sense of pain. This feeling of pain is due to micro-cuts that cannot even be seen with the eyes, except perhaps when you look very closely.

Just because you can't see them doesn't mean they aren't there.

When a woman is unable to give a proper blowjob, some parts of her teeth come into contact with the skin around the penis. This is often very subtle in some women, but the contact scrapes the skin and leaves the nerves jittery, hence the pain sensation.

Help show our ladies how to give blowjobs properly. One of the rules every woman should know is that teeth don't belong anywhere around a blowjob. Teeth should be kept away in the same way that pins should be kept away from the vagina.

3. Foreplay too long

Although foreplay may not be done badly, if it is done for too long, it can injure the penis.

I don't want to give you all the anatomy right now, so let me explain how this works by painting a real-life scenario.

Imagine rubbing cream on your skin for, say, a couple of seconds. It's going to feel good, right?

Now, imagine doing the same thing for two hours straight. Imagine rubbing cream on for two hours straight. What do you think will happen to your skin? Of course, you will feel your skin burning.

This is because the duration of that steady, constant sliding is capable of generating enough friction to peel off the epithelial layer of your skin.

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Your skin is covered with epithelium – these are cells that cover surfaces of your body. They can easily be thrown away if one is exposed to several hours of movement.

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4. A first stroke without proper lubrication

A first stroke without proper lubrication is a disaster for both man and woman. This is because sex should not happen without properly lubricated surfaces.

The first couple of strokes should not happen when your wife is not wet. This will hurt her and it will hurt you.

This is especially true if you keep going despite warning signs that your partner may not be wet enough. Believe it or not, many guys ignore these warning signs and continue to do whatever is on their mind. This shouldn't be you.

5. Your wife is not clean shaven

As you must already know, hair is brittle. And the hair is able to injure smooth surfaces. While some people like it when their wife is unshaven, others complain that their hair hurts.

In a small survey we conducted among our readers, we saw that more than half of the men admitted that when their wife was unshaven, it hurt them.

Others agreed that one of the worst periods of pain occurred when the woman was regrowing her hair. The first two or three days after shaving, that is.

Some positions hurt more than others when the woman was shaved. The position of the dog seemed especially painful to the man

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Jason described his penis burning two or three days after his wife shaved. “It felt like rubbing sand on my penis.”

6. Condom reactions

The truth is, condoms aren't always a great idea for some people. Especially those who have some kind of reaction to certain condoms. Especially latex condoms. These people report some kind of itching and burning.

It was worse when they used a condom that wasn't their size. That is, a condom that is too tight.

It's also pretty bad when they have sex with a condom they react to, while using a lubricant they react to. People have lube reactions too!

7. You haven't shaved either

It's not just the woman's fault when it comes to shaving. It is also the man's fault. If a man does not shave, he is likely to feel pain.

This type of pain is usually felt at the base of the penis.

Men also feel it when they have sex immediately or a few days after shaving. It burns and feels like sex shouldn't go on.

Summary

Penile pain during sex is mostly a mechanical thing and has little to do with STIs.

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