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Injury story

This is really sad. I really feel for jtmorgan10. It’s really hard to cope with this kind of problem. I also had an injury before when I lost sensation in my entire penis and I would certainly don’t want to be in that situation again. I got depressed and almost crazy. Now that I got my normal penis again, I don’t know if I would do PE again after hearing all this story. It’s really scary.

Reading this has finally opened my eyes to the possible dangers. I know my problem isn’t mental I just didn’t know that there was anything wrong until now. I now wish I had saw this story before I started with PE. My penis now feels loose on my left side to my pelvis I tore my suspensory ligament on that side since my right side still holds up my penis. I also have a scar line possibly from formation of scar tissue from jelqing. The only way I can see for it to heal is surgery. And from all the stories I’ve read I don’t know how ready I am or if I can trust the person. I have heard such bad stories and what they possibly help now might be a regret for me in the future.

Thanks for the post. I hope we can all recover.

I can relate

I’ve also found alot of similarities between Jtmorgans story and my own injury.

The same normal results from doppler scans, the same inadequate soft erection, the same bizzare change to penis structure and the same mental anguish and pain.

I’ve been living with my e.d now for 2 1/2 years. I’m going back to the urologists to look for my answers.

Does anyone have a contact email for jtmorgan or any information in general about his progress?

It’s hard to find hope when no one can diagnose the problem.

Originally Posted by JGP06
I’ve also found alot of similarities between Jtmorgans story and my own injury.

The same normal results from doppler scans, the same inadequate soft erection, the same bizzare change to penis structure and the same mental anguish and pain.

I’ve been living with my e.d now for 2 1/2 years. I’m going back to the urologists to look for my answers.

Does anyone have a contact email for jtmorgan or any information in general about his progress?

It’s hard to find hope when no one can diagnose the problem.

Do you have any current PE/supplement regimen? I noticed from earlier posts of yours, you mentioned pumping; any results?

I’m going through these exact same problems. I sustained an injury 6 months ago, but following this injury I was able to have normal erections for a few weeks and simply (stupidly) assumed nothing had been seriously damaged. Following this I had premature ejaculation and trouble getting erect. About 2 months after the initial injury my penis went very dark and jelly like (overnight). Since this time my problems have worsened. My erections are completely out of shape, and when I do get a normal shaped erection it feels soft. In flaccid state it hangs lifeless and is brown. On occasions it is firm and scrunched up.
So far I have seen a urologist who told me it was psychological, and to return in a few months. Since this time I have paid to see an andrologist, who sent me for for an MRI. The MRI came back fine. He has suggested additional tests and is referring me to a pain specialist to locate any nerve problem. I am returning to see him next week to discuss what additional tests can be preformed. My best guess is that I have damaged an artery/ vein and his has affected the veins, capillaries that run throughout the penis, but I am no doctor. In addition to seeing an andrologist I am seeking alternative therapy from a homeopath, which I’m hoping will help with the psychological issues and my mental health, and perhaps help me in understanding my I harmed my body.
I really hope that this problem can be located and treated so I can get on with my life.
This thread should serve as a real warning for those wanting to embark on PE. Think carefully about why you want to modify your body. All I can say is that these last months have been challenging and it has been a real test to try and remain positive.

I once spoke to a Danish healer in Guatemala. She told me that the human body is capable of healing back to 100%.

Originally Posted by portland
I’m going through these exact same problems. I sustained an injury 6 months ago, but following this injury I was able to have normal erections for a few weeks and simply (stupidly) assumed nothing had been seriously damaged. Following this I had premature ejaculation and trouble getting erect. About 2 months after the initial injury my penis went very dark and jelly like (overnight). Since this time my problems have worsened. My erections are completely out of shape, and when I do get a normal shaped erection it feels soft. In flaccid state it hangs lifeless and is brown. On occasions it is firm and scrunched up.
So far I have seen a urologist who told me it was psychological, and to return in a few months. Since this time I have paid to see an andrologist, who sent me for for an MRI. The MRI came back fine. He has suggested additional tests and is referring me to a pain specialist to locate any nerve problem. I am returning to see him next week to discuss what additional tests can be preformed. My best guess is that I have damaged an artery/ vein and his has affected the veins, capillaries that run throughout the penis, but I am no doctor. In addition to seeing an andrologist I am seeking alternative therapy from a homeopath, which I’m hoping will help with the psychological issues and my mental health, and perhaps help me in understanding my I harmed my body.
I really hope that this problem can be located and treated so I can get on with my life.
This thread should serve as a real warning for those wanting to embark on PE. Think carefully about why you want to modify your body. All I can say is that these last months have been challenging and it has been a real test to try and remain positive.

I once spoke to a Danish healer in Guatemala. She told me that the human body is capable of healing back to 100%.

Portaland, I know in my injury situation, still isn’t 100%, but get blood flowing to your unit; rather than letting it hang lifeless, I noticed once I indirectly started taking L-Arginine I was able to get erections again when making out with my girlfriend. Which then lead me to getting Viagra, and taking that for the return of my penis health. Well, once I started getting good wood again, I started PE back up without being fully recovered. So now I’m back at it again, laying off the PE and trying to get my unit back in shape. Right now I’d gain faster if I get my 100% wood back which would give me back 1/2 inch, rather than working on my penis with terrible EQ only gaining minimally, if at all when it’s fatigued/injured.

Daysdrag - nonono. Wtf are you dude doing taking Viagra ?! Do you even know how is it working ? It is an exactly opposite principle of the L-arginine. The normal erection induces nitric oxide(N.O.) and this oxide is crucial for the process. It will keep your penis in shape and it will heal it if a problem is present. Many studies have shown that Peyronie’s disease(which you get exactly from abusing your penis) is partially healed by making the body syntheses additional N.O. The viagra kills the N.O. and the chemical sequence that is needed for the penis to go down is disturbed - thus presenting you with an everlasting artificial erection with no N.O. VERY VERY susceptible to an injury and if you have injury it will probably worsen.

Originally Posted by daysdrag
Do you have any current PE/supplement regimen? I noticed from earlier posts of yours, you mentioned pumping; any results?

I havent touched PE for maybe a year, and even then it was just attempting to jelq again. Found it impossible and hence stopped straight away. I considered pumping as a means of healing the damage but I never tried it fearing it would make matters worse.

I don’t care about making my dick bigger anymore, I just want the function back.

I feel like the jelqing and stretching I did has caused severe disfigurement.

Going back to the urologist very soon. Just got my referral from the doctor today.

Originally Posted by portland
I’m going through these exact same problems. I sustained an injury 6 months ago, but following this injury I was able to have normal erections for a few weeks and simply (stupidly) assumed nothing had been seriously damaged. Following this I had premature ejaculation and trouble getting erect. About 2 months after the initial injury my penis went very dark and jelly like (overnight). Since this time my problems have worsened. My erections are completely out of shape, and when I do get a normal shaped erection it feels soft. In flaccid state it hangs lifeless and is brown. On occasions it is firm and scrunched up.
So far I have seen a urologist who told me it was psychological, and to return in a few months. Since this time I have paid to see an andrologist, who sent me for for an MRI. The MRI came back fine. He has suggested additional tests and is referring me to a pain specialist to locate any nerve problem. I am returning to see him next week to discuss what additional tests can be preformed. My best guess is that I have damaged an artery/ vein and his has affected the veins, capillaries that run throughout the penis, but I am no doctor. In addition to seeing an andrologist I am seeking alternative therapy from a homeopath, which I’m hoping will help with the psychological issues and my mental health, and perhaps help me in understanding my I harmed my body.
I really hope that this problem can be located and treated so I can get on with my life.
This thread should serve as a real warning for those wanting to embark on PE. Think carefully about why you want to modify your body. All I can say is that these last months have been challenging and it has been a real test to try and remain positive.

I once spoke to a Danish healer in Guatemala. She told me that the human body is capable of healing back to 100%.

Thanks for your post portland.

I share your observations.the overnight change, the flaccid state of either being lifeless or scrunched up. Also the frustration at being unable to locate the actual problem.

JGP06, if you don’t mind me asking, What tests have you had so far?

No problem.

I’ve had a penile duplex scan in december 2007. The scan came up normal with no evidence of artery and venous insufficiency.
I also had blood tests that revealed no issues with testosterone levels.

I’m seeing the urologist again this thursday, and admitting how I actually caused this problem.

Originally Posted by chrono_
Daysdrag - nonono. Wtf are you dude doing taking Viagra ?! Do you even know how is it working ? It is an exactly opposite principle of the L-arginine. The normal erection induces nitric oxide(N.O.) and this oxide is crucial for the process. It will keep your penis in shape and it will heal it if a problem is present. Many studies have shown that Peyronie’s disease(which you get exactly from abusing your penis) is partially healed by making the body syntheses additional N.O. The viagra kills the N.O. And the chemical sequence that is needed for the penis to go down is disturbed - thus presenting you with an everlasting artificial erection with no N.O. VERY VERY susceptible to an injury and if you have injury it will probably worsen.

Hey chrono,

As I posted above, tests indicate I have normal blood flow and no issues with testosterone levels. This points to the problem being cellular, erectile tissue or nerve related. I can only speculate though. Would taking L-Arginine be of any benefit to me?

Like JTmorgan, my penis seems to have undergone a strange metamorphosis. I fear I have permanently damaged erectile tissue and/or cells through jelqing. It’s been 2.5 years since this sudden change.

I saw this link in the “firm flaccid penis thread”

Http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Mens-H…ury/show/537139

Very interesting..

I’m not going to claim it’s the answer but it is one possibility to check out.

In my case I DID notice a sudden pain.

Hmmmm

I tried taking L-Arginine and glutamine. I noticed that my nocturnal erections were more frequent, but I also think that these erections were causing additional damage since I had increased pain and what I’m guessing was internal bleeding (due to the colour) and it would hang lower like it had been stretched further. My best guess is that there are tears within the corpa which need to heal, or be repaired. Maybe with the right balance of molecular intake these wounds can heal.

I can see where my deformity is and it appears like the corpa has become separated (on both sides), like a tear in the smooth muscle. I have had an MRI (without caverjet) which shows no fracture, no fibrosis and no tear to the tunica. However, I’m unsure as to whether this type of MRI could show any tear deep within the corpa, or indeed if a test exists that could ascertain any type of damage within the corpa itself.

JGP06, has your injury improved over the past 2.5 yrs?

Sometimes I feel like it’s improved, then other times it’s as bad as it was weeks after the injury

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