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How come there isn't much help when it comes to ligament damage?

How come there isn't much help when it comes to ligament damage?

I’ve asked a few times about resources or any help in regards to ligament damage but haven’t got much response. I’ve been waiting to see a urologist for over 3 months now and I still can’t get in yet. My family doctor seems to think my abdominal pain is from a hernia but if I start having sex again I find that I can have painful boners AT TIMES.

I haven’t PE’d since November and I took periods of up to 6 weeks at a time with no or minimal sexual encounters(minimizing erections as much as possible). I’m fed up with not being able to have consistent sex with my girl. I don’t care about the pain if it’s a hernia but I don’t want to damage the ligaments any further it that’s the cause. It seems like it’s going to take a while to still get in and see the urologist. What do I do? How can I tell if it’s ligament damage? Since it’s been bad since November does that mean that I have permanently damaged my ligaments? Will I ever function normally again?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Originally Posted by thecrow19
I’ve asked a few times about resources or any help in regards to ligament damage but haven’t got much response.

I am no help, just wanting to bump the thread for you.


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Have you tried doing a google search on ‘penile ligament damage’

There is some information there.


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Last edited by petitfaun : 05-09-2008 at .

How do you know you have “ligament damage?” Your previous threads haven’t contained much information.

Yeah, I’m not sure if I do. I just don’t want to hurt myself any further if it is. So I’m trying to figure if these symptoms are ligament related or if it’s just from what my family doctor thinks is a hernia. I have trouble holding off from sex and my girl is getting frustrated. My appointment with the urologist is not for another 2 months. If it is a ligament problem how is it fixed? Will I always have pain or can it be treated?

Ligaments are very strong tissues. They are not easily damaged. Saying you have a painful erection doesn’t really give us much to go on. Obviously you’ll need a physicians diagnosis before you know what’s wrong and how to fix it. If one doctor has said you have a hernia, then there’s a good chance you do. PE exercises shouldn’t have any effect on a hernia, but you should still have it fixed if that’s really the problem. Trying to self-diagnose is tricky, especially if you have little medical/physiological knowledge to begin with.

My family doctor said the hernia is from where my balls descended and didn’t heal properly. For him to test if I had a hernia he pushed in slightly above the base of my penis and asked if there was pain. There was a lot. Then he said that he believed I had a hernia. So wouldn’t stretching kind of affect that?

Doctors diagnose hernias all the time. If your GP thinks it is a hernia, it most likely is, they are not difficult to diagnose. If gentle PE makes it more painful, lay off the PE, but it should not affect your sex life. If having sex causes pain that lasts after sex, then there may be reason to keep sex gentle, but don’t avoid it unless it really is problematic.

A hernia is far more likely than lig damage. Lig damage, unless very severe, would normally have healed completely by now if it happened in November.


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Hernias are easily diagnosed. They can hurt sometimes, but usually it is not a lot of pain. However, if you feel a lot of continuous pain in the region, nausea or vomiting, call your doctor. If not, just be patient. Some people never get operated for them.


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Originally Posted by thecrow19
I’ve asked a few times about resources or any help in regards to ligament damage but haven’t got much response. I’ve been waiting to see a urologist for over 3 months now and I still can’t get in yet. My family doctor seems to think my abdominal pain is from a hernia but if I start having sex again I find that I can have painful boners AT TIMES.

I haven’t PE’d since November and I took periods of up to 6 weeks at a time with no or minimal sexual encounters(minimizing erections as much as possible). I’m fed up with not being able to have consistent sex with my girl. I don’t care about the pain if it’s a hernia but I don’t want to damage the ligaments any further it that’s the cause. It seems like it’s going to take a while to still get in and see the urologist. What do I do? How can I tell if it’s ligament damage? Since it’s been bad since November does that mean that I have permanently damaged my ligaments? Will I ever function normally again?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Bro I have abdominal pains aswell I was sure I had a hernia the doctor checked me out and said I had no hernia.

I’m thinking I may have prostatitis symptons are pelvic pain and other pain in the penis.

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