I haven’t tried it, I shall and let you know. What are you suspicions?
To be honest, I’m not entirely sure.
I have problems with deflated glans when I masturbate too much but when I compress the CS my glans stays inflated just the same as if I compress the deep dorsel vein. (Compressing them individually and not together).
I can manipulate the glans while compressing either the CS or the deep dorsel vein and it still maintains engorgement so I’m wondering if perhaps the pelvic floor muscles are more responsible for the deflation (at least from what I suffer from).
It’s also something I’ve been thinking about for about a 1.5-2 months as I’ve previously mentioned in other posts that if I don’t kegel I don’t seem to suffer from problems with deflated glans and retarded ejaculation. The muscles used to kegel are skeletal muscles and problems are often present in skeletal muscle when they aren’t stretched or massaged. (Only recently I’ve overcome a nerve problem in my hand by stretching my entire shoulder girdle). I don’t really know of any way to stretch the pelvic floor muscles in the way we would stretch say our pectorals or triceps but they can be massaged and the fascia can be released which might help them go back to their lengthened state. In sports it’s commonly believed a muscle in a lengthened state is more powerful and can perform for longer, hence why trainers advocate stretching and resting the trained muscle.
For the last 3 days or so I’ve been massaging the area between the testicles and the anus and although I end up with a hard flaccid for 20-30 minutes after, an hour or so later (basically once the hard flaccid has subsided) I can get a rock hard erection that almost hurts. One thing I’ve noticed in this time (from doing the massage exercises) is that I have quite a few knots in this area and it takes quite a bit of manipulation to relieve them.
My thoughts for this were kind of reinforced when I watched the British show “Embarassing Bodies” and there was a woman who suffered from intense constipation and stomach cramps because she felt she couldn’t pass stools properly. It was determined this was the result of her post-birth kegel exercises which she was instructed to do. She had been kegelling so much that it constricted the muscles in her pelvic floor to the point she couldn’t “function” properly and it affected the rest of her abdominal region.
I’ve been thinking about what has been said in the previous dozen posts or so about cavernosograms not showing leaks and I’m wondering if maybe in these cases the problem isn’t in the body of the penis itself but within the pelvic floor. (My train of thought is if you can’t find the problem in the area you think it’s in maybe the problem isn’t there to begin with?).
In males it contributes to erection, ejaculation, and the feelings of orgasm. In females it contributes to clitoral erection and the feelings of orgasm, and closes the vagina.
This muscle serves to empty the canal of the urethra, after the bladder has expelled its contents; during the greater part of the act of micturition its fibers are relaxed, and it only comes into action at the end of the process.
The middle fibers are supposed by Krause to assist in the erection of the corpus cavernosum urethræ, by compressing the erectile tissue of the bulb.
The anterior fibers also contribute to the erection of the penis by compressing the deep dorsal vein of the penis as they are inserted into, and continuous with, the fascia of the penis.
Some people here have reported that by keeping their legs closed the glans doesn’t deflate at all or as much which might indicate there’s a problem with the muscles in the pelvic floor.
Obviously for people with veinuous leaks it’s a different story but this is really an alternative view for people who are suffering from this without any known major accident which caused it.
On another note, it makes me wonder… anecdotal evidence suggests performing kegels can help with premature ejaculation but then I wonder what the consequences are if you overtrain? And what constitutes overtraining? How much is too much?
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