Nerves in the glands of the penis
Since the frenulum is so incredibly sensitive, sensations can range from intense feelings of pleasure to extreme discomfort, depending on the intensity and duration of stimulation. The present study focused on the distribution of the DNP along the penis. The findings from this study provide a new perspective on the innervation of the penis, and may be the basis for modifications to surgical approaches for Peyronie's disease, priapism and urethral reconstructive procedures. The fascia penis superficialis connects caudal to the superficial perineal fascia Colles' fascia and cranial to the Scarpa's fascia. The branching within the glans was an extensive nerves in the glands of the penis array, in contrast to the more limited two-dimensional pneis along the shaft.