KMeister wrote:No loss of sensation with the pills. However, they all but stopped working after a while and gave me terrible headaches. The trimix did not result in any loss of sensation but I felt a constant ache in my penis while erect. Eventually, I had to take stronger doses and they were likewise less effective. I have noticed just a tiny loss of sensation/sensitivity since the implant, very tiny, but that could be due to age (I'm 58) and not the implant. This is probably a good thing anyway because I've always been a great big ball of sexual energy. The result of this tiny loss has been it takes me a bit longer to orgasm, which I like very much. At 28 I was good for a couple of shots at night. At 58, it's one shot and I'm ready to fall asleep.
My case is similar to KMeister.
I think I have lost some sensation. Especially noticeable when just touching my shaft in non-sexual situations. Definitely more numb. Not by much, but definitely a noticeable difference.
However when having sex, this lesser sensitivity is not only bad. Sensitivity is still by fare enough to make it very enjoyable. But it also means I can go a little harder for a little longer. Which is good.
Orgasms are stronger than before. Don't know why, but it has been like that since the first time I had sex post-op.
Glans sensitivity has not changed, it is only the skin of the shaft which has been affected.
Overall, the trade of slightly less shaft sensitivity for stronger orgasms is a good one, but no big issue because the differences are small.