Interseting biff. We’re moving into completely uncharted territory here, but I think your hypothesis has merit. To confuse matters, however, we know that some people with these identical symptoms did recover after getting ‘leaking veins’ ligated by a radiologist. So I just wonder whether the pelvic floor muscle issue would cause exactly the same symptoms as a leak. Most people, I think, were not using MDMA when they first started getting these symtpoms, though I did find a story online about a guy who’s story pretty much matches mine after masturbating for an extended period of time after MDMA and cannabis, except his symptoms were much worse.
If it is neurologic in my case, I would think that it would be neurologic for everyone, perhaps? Also, perhaps, ligation of veins could possibly mask the soft glans/CS syndrome by simply reducing the ammount of efferent blood flow from the penis so dramatically that even a weakened pelvic floor muscle won’t be noticeable.
I just read Yataghan’s post again and he said he had the disconnect feeling when attempting kegels. With the procedure however his kegel’s normalized so maybe even if it is a pelvic floor dysfuction problem, just by keeping blood in the penis the pelvic floor will normalize. I just now for myself it is an extremely weak base of the penis that is causing most of my problems.
My problem that I realize as well now I have been seeing urologists and they tend to move my penis in weird directions when examining me. Since I have problems at the base of the penis these movements actually will make it difficult for me to get an erection for a week or two until things heal properly. I believe in my case the penis suspensory ligament might be damaged as well.