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Deflated Glans and Firm Flaccid: Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

I have another question to the guys who suffer from soft glans syndrome.. Does your ejaculation volume has decreased? I notices a decrease and I think my pelvic floor contractions aren’t the same as before.

My glans is quite firm when flaccid along with my shaft and I can’t (like I could before.) inflate my glans when still semi-hard simply doing a kegel contraction and pulling back my foreskin.. Only when very hard my glans fill more with blood but I feel like my glans has lost “a bit of life” both flaccid and hard and it’s often colder than shaft and firmer than before when flaccid.. My glans has always been a bit deflated compared to the rest of my penis but now the problem is more sharp.. All this after doing a set of 5 stretches in every direction of 30 seconds each after a very good warm up (ten minutes) .this was my first experience with stretches but I already had enjoyed a jelqing routine that gave me no problem but a little increasing in size and a good EQ.


Start (october 2010) : BPEL 18,5 cm ; EL 17,5 cm ; MSEG 13,75 cm ,BEG 14,25 cm ;FL 12 cm ; FG 10,75 cm ; BPFSL 18,5 cm

3 months later ( January 2011) : BPEL 19 cm ; EL 18 cm ; MSEG 14 cm ; BEG 14,5 cm FL (hard to say if it grows due to size shifting of the soft state.. The same as before or bigger!) ; FG 11 cm ; BPFSL 19 cm***all hard sizes taken @ my hardest and doing a kegel***Goal: cementing a round 18 x 14 hard coupled with a good EQ.

My dick still aint as hard as it should be. I tried a jelq session of 50 jelqs the other day to see if I could, I tried it not so long ago and it just did nothing.. Was useless. This time it was actually effective so my dicks still improving. Later in the day after the jelq it got hard as a rock, usual improved EQ that you’d get from a jelq. Nice to know what it feels to have that totally working dick feeling again! But yea, the effect has worn off now.

Hm. When masturbating, my head gets a nice expansion, but when not touching myself, and getting an erection (night wood) my head is not inflated while the shaft is rock hard. Strange.

Originally Posted by Narrator

Hm. When masturbating, my head gets a nice expansion, but when not touching myself, and getting an erection (night wood) my head is not inflated while the shaft is rock hard. Strange.

I usually notice nocturnal erections are more likely to result in under inflated glans. Could be that the manual stimulation is enough to counteract the outflow.


11/2009: 6.25 NBPEL/6.5 BPEL, 4.7 MEG/4.95 Base EG

current: 6.7 NBPEL / 7.0 BPEL, 4.95 MEG/5.2 Base EG

Originally Posted by computerguy
I usually notice nocturnal erections are more likely to result in under inflated glans. Could be that the manual stimulation is enough to counteract the outflow.

Yes it seems a mental component to stimulation is important to get and maintain an inflated glans. I’ve found this is also the case if I get an erection then think about something else for a moment, the glans would go down and the shaft become harder and more barrel-like (not good).

I have another question.. Could I damage my veins valves only doing 5 stretches of 30 seconds each? Today (a week after my injury) I have weak morning woods and struggle to get an erection (for example looking at porno etc.) .when I’m with my gf it seems to rise with a bit more ease but it has not regained it’s previous hardness and size.. Plus my dorsal vein looks deflated.


Start (october 2010) : BPEL 18,5 cm ; EL 17,5 cm ; MSEG 13,75 cm ,BEG 14,25 cm ;FL 12 cm ; FG 10,75 cm ; BPFSL 18,5 cm

3 months later ( January 2011) : BPEL 19 cm ; EL 18 cm ; MSEG 14 cm ; BEG 14,5 cm FL (hard to say if it grows due to size shifting of the soft state.. The same as before or bigger!) ; FG 11 cm ; BPFSL 19 cm***all hard sizes taken @ my hardest and doing a kegel***Goal: cementing a round 18 x 14 hard coupled with a good EQ.

Originally Posted by Narrator
Hm. When masturbating, my head gets a nice expansion, but when not touching myself, and getting an erection (night wood) my head is not inflated while the shaft is rock hard. Strange.

There’s a difference between being hard and being engorged. I think a simple, better understanding of the penis can help a lot of guys experiencing what you’ve described. Most guys, when they get an erection, look at it as if the only thing getting erect is the visible portion of the penis protruding from the body. This gives a lot of men the idea that an erection only fills this portion of the penis. When in reality, an erection starts in the 4 - 6 inches of penis within the body, which is commonly referred to as the “inner penis” on this site.

So in reality, if you have a 6 inch penis, during a fully engorged erection, there is actually about 10 - 11 inches of penis becoming erect. The penis actually starts way back near your asshole, where the openings to the CC and CS are located. This is why it feels like the entire pelvic region is swelling up during a full erection. Here’s a exercise to try. It may take a week or so to get accustomed to, but it will eventually get you much more in tune with what is happening to your dick when it gets fully erect:

Get yourself as relaxed as possible and regulate your breathing. Withoug using any hands or looking at pornography, use your imagination to become aroused. I would even suggest not looking at your dick, so that you can get more accustomed to the way it feels when the entire penis (including the inner penis) becomes fully engorged. Focus on the feeling of the blood pumping into the penis from the base of the penis. When I say “base of the penis” I’m referring to the base of the inner penis, not the visible portion protruding from the body. For a full erection that keeps the glans engorged, you will feel the pressure concentrated in the base, and this is when it feels like the entire penis is being pushed out from deep within.

I practice this all the time, and I’ve found that it’s easier to practice sitting down. Once you get accustomed to it, begin practicing it standing up or laying flat on your back.

It’s also an ego boost to realize that even if the visible portion of the penis is average size, there is actually anywhere from 9 - 12 inches of dick that’s erect!

This is a different type of erection that quite frankly, a lot of men never experience. But a simple, and better understanding of your own body can allow them to have these types of erections.

There are a few male pornstars who have this type of erection in every scene. The two that come to mind are Tommy Gunn and Alan Staford.

Keep in mind there are other factors that can hurt your EQ that we must be careful for:

Unhealthy Diet
Poor Cardio
Smoking
Lack of sleep
Stress
Desensitizing of the penis due to vigorous masturbation or PE
Desensitizing of mental sexual arousal due to excessive pornography

Hope this helps! Anyone feel free to add!

Hi my friends.. A new question for you.. Is there any relationship between long time detumescence after erection or ejaculation and venous leak?? I had ED for a week after performing a bit of PE exercise and now I can get a normal size erection but I noticed that it takes longer time to fully come back to flaccid size.has this something to do with venous leak or is it a positive indicator?


Start (october 2010) : BPEL 18,5 cm ; EL 17,5 cm ; MSEG 13,75 cm ,BEG 14,25 cm ;FL 12 cm ; FG 10,75 cm ; BPFSL 18,5 cm

3 months later ( January 2011) : BPEL 19 cm ; EL 18 cm ; MSEG 14 cm ; BEG 14,5 cm FL (hard to say if it grows due to size shifting of the soft state.. The same as before or bigger!) ; FG 11 cm ; BPFSL 19 cm***all hard sizes taken @ my hardest and doing a kegel***Goal: cementing a round 18 x 14 hard coupled with a good EQ.

I too have noticed prolonged detumescence after injury. Indeed many have. I don’t think we have a reasonable explanation for this. Could be valve damage not helping outflow. I have also thought about nerve damage not controling vascular behavior (tumescence and detumescence).

Originally Posted by Owen33
I too have noticed prolonged detumescence after injury. Indeed many have. I don’t think we have a reasonable explanation for this. Could be valve damage not helping outflow. I have also thought about nerve damage not controling vascular behavior (tumescence and detumescence).

Nerve damage is something that heals in years, not weeks and months, so I think you can rule that one out. If I were to take a guess, I’d say inflammation would be the most likely culprit.


Starting Stats - 5.5 NBPEL x 5.6 EG

Current Stats - 5.7 NBPEL x 6.2 EG

Goal - 7 x 6 (with hopefully a large flaccid hang)

There is some nerve desensitization from excessive pe over the course of months or years. However, most if not all sensation will come back. There are things you can do to keep from becoming too numb like, warming up often, not exceeding 10psi hg pumping, and maintaining an oxygenated pinkish color when pumping/hanging/clamping/holding. Also ever notice how many guys will get hurt three to six months into it then take a brake and come back? You can shorten rest and injury recovery times by planning periodic week long brakes every 4-12 weeks depending on your personal program.

Originally Posted by boner7484

Nerve damage is something that heals in years, not weeks and months, so I think you can rule that one out. If I were to take a guess, I’d say inflammation would be the most likely culprit.

I don’t think so. I think mild degrees of nerve damage may take much less to heal. What I’ve read online seems to be in accord with this.

Originally Posted by Owen33
I don’t think so. I think mild degrees of nerve damage may take much less to heal. What I’ve read online seems to be in accord with this.

You’re right, I’d forgotten about neurapraxia

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This is the least severe form of nerve injury, with complete recovery. In this case, the actual structure of the nerve remains intact, but there is an interruption in conduction of the impulse down the nerve fiber. Most commonly, this involves compression of the nerve or disruption to the blood supply (ischemia). There is a temporary loss of function which is reversible within hours to months of the injury (the average is 6–8 weeks). Wallerian degeneration does not occur, so recovery does not involve actual regeneration. There is frequently greater involvement of motor than sensory function with autonomic function being retained. In electrodiagnostic testing with nerve conduction studies, there is a normal compound motor action potential amplitude distal to the lesion at day 10, and this indicates a diagnosis of mild neuropraxia instead of axonotmesis or neurotmesis


Starting Stats - 5.5 NBPEL x 5.6 EG

Current Stats - 5.7 NBPEL x 6.2 EG

Goal - 7 x 6 (with hopefully a large flaccid hang)

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