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Can An Uncircumcised Penis Be a Problem for Certain Techniques of Love-Making? Some Practical Tips on How to Avoid It

Author: Peter Libby

On the contrary to the popular belief that a circumcised penis is much more preferable in all and every respect as far as the sexual performance is concerned, the extensive researches conducted by the sexology experts do not confirm this opinion 100%. The uncircumcised penis can quite well be no less crafty and enjoyable for a female partner as its circumcised counterpart. In any case if there curology are problems they can be solved with the help of male supplements, such as curology.

The sexual performance of an uncircumcised penis in many ways depends on the ability and skills of the female partner, since there are actual differences between the uncircumcised and circumcised penises when practicing some love-making formats and modes, for instance, such as fellatio and many others.

In the first place the male partner should take the adequate care about the penis hygienic. Since the foreskin has not been removed, there is a good chance of the cock-cheese concentration beneath it. And the concentrated cock-cheese is a very good nutrient broth for various pathogenic microorganisms. In view of such developments a male partner needs to make sure that his penis, foreskin and underneath its foreskin is daily cleaned with warm water to prevent the concentration of cock-cheese. A well-washed cock is a critical condition for your female partner while she is performing the fellatio. An uncircumcised penis has a lot of crevices where bacteria can hide, but if provided with careful sanitation it is not less healthy and enjoyable than the circumcised one!

Another important question is the fellatio technique employed by the female partner. She will need to take care to be much more careful with her fellatio techniques and motions when dealing with an uncircumcised penis. The problem here is in the fact that an uncircumcised penis is much more receptive and sensitive, because thousands of the foreskin nerve endings were removed from the circumcised penis during the process of circumcision. The presence of the very sensitive foreskin makes the uncircumcised penis very receptive to touches.

The sexology experts usually single out three most important points, which should be taken care of by the female partner during the fellatio performance.

Firstly, you should not forget about the extreme sensitivity of the foreskin that still is present as part of uncircumcised penis anatomy. Do not scrap your teeth on this kind of manhood. In this case the sensitivity of the foreskin will result in a lot of pain that you will deliver to your male partner if you scrap your teeth on his manhood. The same is true for too zealous sucking motions; do not suck it too hard. As the result your partner may even lose its fervor for continuing the love making, so your fellatio session will be discontinued.

Secondly, all you motions should be much gentler when dealing with an uncircumcised penis. When performing the fellatio on an uncircumcised penis, you should use a different procedure, beginning with slow gentle strokes and maintain the tempo, increasing it only if the male partner asks you to do so. Even in this case do not go too hard on the penis, do not overdo the good thing. Any possible increase and motions and tactile contact should be very gradual and careful, even if the partner asks you to go harder on the strokes. The female partner should be extremely gentle and careful in all her motions, so that her male partner will not experience unbearable pain.

Thirdly, it would be advisable to employ frequent interchange between hand job and blow job. The slow and gentle mouth job can lead to a longer time necessary for bringing your male partner to orgasms. So, hand strokes can be used instead to speed the things up a bit. Another advantage of gentle hand strokes is less risk of causing pain by scraping the sensitive parts with your teeth.

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