southbeach1500 saidThere's no reason for him to go to a doctor.
That's the way it is SUPPOSED to be, believe it or not, all my cut American brothers.
Cut guys are so used to feeling practically nothing (and believe me, cut guys feel a small fraction of what an uncut guy feels) that anybody who actually gets overwhelming erotic feelings from their cock is deemed "not normal" in the USA.
My uncut friend, there are ways to manage your "condition".... when playing with your cock (or having someone else play with it), don't always focus on stimulating the head and the inner and outer foreskin. Also, keep away from the tip of the foreskin. That's the "ridged band" that contains tens of thousands of nerve endings.
Instead, concentrate on the shaft of the cock. There's practically no sensation there compared to the above mentioned areas.
Then, when it's time to cum, go ahead and turn your attention (or have your partner turn their attention) to your foreskin and the head of your cock.
Good luck finding research that supports your claims in a peer reviewed journal. You will, however, find plenty of research that says otherwise.
Go to a doctor Iron, it is not supposed to be painful. It is probably nothing, but having one check out the goods eliminates the possibility there is a physiological problem. At home, I would try playing with your glans unsheathed with plenty of lube. Find the right amount of pressure that works for you, it doesn't have to be the masturbatory death grip so many people use. And when playing with someone else, you have to direct them so they know how to pleasure you.
Here is the thing though, everyone has a different cock. Different things send them over the edge, other things do nothing for them at all. I can't do oral for long because I get way too sensitive, but other activities I can do all night long. What is true for me wont necessarily be true for you. Find what gets you off.