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1 26th September 05:13
lurker
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Well as this happened 6 months ago I am sure it is way too late,,,,,does
this mean I have done permanant damage??
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2 26th September 05:13
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Vanilloids is my area of expertise, I'm shocked that it might have some
real world application.

On a similar note, I was chopping some habanero chillis, and I must have
got some crushed pepper, under my fingernail, because the whole end of my
thumb felt like it was burning for about 3 weeks.

As far as the pharmacology of your problem, there are two sides to it.
capsaicin does rapidly desensitise the receptor it binds to (VR1), which
intergrates noxious heat, acid and other chemical, into a painful stimulus.
So in the short term, a heavy dose of capsaicin will make your member less
sensitive to noxious heat and acid damage...

But, if the VR1 receptor is heavily activated, it CAN lead to cell death.
It is likely from the sounds of things, (if you are sure that you have lost
a degree of sensitivity in your penis) that this is what has happened.

Normally, peripheral nerves do regenerate (after things like crush, or
laceration damage), but Im not so sure about VR1 receptor mediate cell
death.

I know that the tip of my right thumb (where I got the massive capsaicin
dose) is far less sensitive that my left, and I got my dosing about 6
months ago.
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3 26th September 05:13
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Yikes! Well my penis wasnt burning---it was just a warm sensation---could
that mean I didnt get enough capsaicin to do permanent damage? The skin does
look a little though--kind of shiny as strange as that seems. What the heck
was she thinking!!
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4 26th September 05:13
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Well if it was just warm, you're -probably- fine.
What was she thinking? Id take it as a compliment if I was you. Its not
everyday women can't keep their hands of you to a degree that they forget
to wash their hands....
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5 26th September 05:13
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If I can be blunt you are scaring the crap out of me It was warm for
several days though. There was no burning or pain at all---it was just a
warm feeling. Like a very mild dose of ben-*** or something. I grilled her
like cheese sandwhich afterwards and she said her hands were not hot or warm
at all after she cut the peppers---though I know the hands are weathered to
take a certain amount of abuse. She says she rinsed her hands in water but I
dont really believe her.
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6 27th September 10:44
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Again,,,very disturbing,,,,,,anyway to test whether I have caused any
permanent nerve damage,,,,,it has been about 4 months. Maybe it is just my
constant "churning butter" :0 that is causing my senstivity.....I also
assume I would burn and not just be warm if damage was to ensure,,,,,the
next day I poured milk on it when I realized that was the
antidote.....before I just washed it thourghly with soap and water---and
just my luck I always use olive oil soap and was out that night.
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7 27th September 10:44
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I am also curious if the Astoglide saved me---is capsaicin soluable in that
stuff?
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8 27th September 10:44
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Astroglide: purafied water, Glycerin, Propylen Glycol, Polyquaternium 15,
Methylparaben, Proplyparaben.......yes it was just warm---no pain at
all......seriously thankyou for this information---I am 36 already with
erectile dynsfunction(a trauma injury damaged me down there)....so I already
have 1 big strike at my age----I didnt need this one too .......So even
though she stroked me for some minutes she must not have had enough
capsaicin on me to burn? Could I not have noticed the burn--ie stroking
feels good ....or would I have really noticed it burning? Thankyou
again.......
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9 27th September 10:44
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If a dose of Jalepeno can cause nerve damage---why are people not walking
around with nerve damaged mouths?
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10 28th September 10:19
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Because they are. Havn't you ever wondered why people who eat spicy food
very often can handle food a lot hotter than people who never eat spciy
food?
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