11 yrs. ago I had a nervous breakdown which manifested in a physical sensation of something like a light tingling in my head and spreading over my body. The result was that there was a loss of the pleasurable sensation in my penis and my skin generally and specifically sensitive areas and it became more difficult for me to have an orgasm. There was also no more feelings of pleasure associated with the orgasm just a feeling of release which has decreased the quality of my sex life. I tolerated this for years because I thought I could live without these sensations but now it has become a bother. This happened before I took any form of medication and at a time when I was under a LOT of stress. I was 21. I would like to feel how I used to. Even though I had seen a doctor who had treated me for depression I noticed that these sensations never returned. I had been net surfing and came upon the condition of 'Paresthesia' on this site as closest to matching my symptoms but I am not sure if it is correct or if it could d be triggered by a nervous breakdown. Could you help diagnose what's happened to me and how I can be better?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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