Can PD explain why I have always had very little sensations in the skin of the penis? I have been going to different doctors for years about it, and now a urologist told me it might be related to PD. Is this a known phenomenon?

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Dr. Mulhall answers: No. Men with sensory problems in their penis need neurologic evaluation using tests such as somatosensory evoked potentials to define if there is a physical nerve injury.

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