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Ah, Dr. Manoy. Easily the most convenient place to get your privates-problem broken down in regular bro-speak, with a bit of science and some medical advice thrown in the mix. If you didn’t already know, we got bum action and HIV questions sorted out previously.

Shoot us an email at doctormanoy@gmail.com for more cock-and-balls issues that keep you up at night. We’re all men here.

Here’s QUESTION #3:

Nakakabawas ba ng sensations sa manoy ko pag gumamit ako ng condom?
- Oggy doggie, by email


ANSWER:

The short answer: NO.

A conclusive study has yet to come out in the Philippines, but the Journal of Sexual Medicine, published by the International Society for Sexual Medicine (yes, may ganun) headquartered in the UK launched a scientific inquiry in January 2013 that basically boils down to this.

Based on “representative samples” (of men and women between the ages of 18 and 59) who volunteered genital sensitivity after getting busy with and without the use of condoms, they tallied up answers saying:

1. It didn’t diminish men’s ability to have erections

2. It didn’t diminish men’s ability to enjoy the actual penetration

3. It didn’t diminish women’s ability to enjoy the entering penis

What the rubber did do was delay dutdutan…for less than a minute. With the glove on, it made people feel safer/more protected, which made for more assured thrusts.

Granted, these were samples conducted in the Western hemisphere, and we’re, well, Pinoy—when it comes to nerve endings at least, circumcised penises are all the same (the foreskin, apparently, are rigged with nerve endings, too).

To put things in perspective, take a look at these figures:

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