I was just waiting for this. http://www.issm.info/v4/data/issmlist/digest16.asp. Read what dr. Porst says. You are free to google his professional background. Note how difficult it is to establish a diagonsis. A small and common PE injury like soft glans… and they have no idea what it is.
Now you are speaking! Let’s see what the link of this very knowdgeable urologist says:
“Soft glans syndrome
A 24 year old male came to Dr. Chris McMahon presenting with �soft glans syndrome�. In this case the patient�s glans failed to expand sufficiently and showed instability on full erection thus interfering with penetration.
…. Dr. McMahon believed in the presence of a significant psychogenic component.
There is a variety of advice given in this interesting case. The majority agreed upon the use of trans-urethral alprostadil (MUSE), in order to improve penile glandular tumescence. A rubber band could also be used with MUSE.
The presence of a psychogenic etiology was also thought of. Education of the patient was advised, in order to avoid the presence of a wrong idea considering what is normal and what is not, according to the patient. Start and stop technique was referred to, in order to increase genital congestion.
The use of a vaccum device was recommended, in order to increase the blood flow to the distal part of the corpus spongiosum. “
Uhmm…psychogenic etiology? And for the cure? A rubber band? Wait, it sounds like a cockring!!!
And the use of a vaccum device recommended? Man, oh man, if you asked to some people around here you had gotten the same answers for sure. Wise PE is considered a cure by the urologist you linked, not a cause of permanent injury.
“Find any amount of people that, without any doubt, broke their penis through PE. You haven’t found one yet.”
Deeppurple9, portland, jtmorgan10, MrNilsen, daysdrag, the whole of the Firm Flaccid thread. That should get you started.
JtMorgan? Let’s see:
OK. First I will answer your questions.
1. As part of the doppler scan, he did induce an erection. I got an erection and the blood flow showed up normal on the scan. But that is basically just a test of blood flow. So what I can deduce from that is that there are no serious problems with my veins and arteries. ……
2. I have not yet seen another urologist for a few reasons. ……
jtmorgan10 - Injury story
I don’t need to read much more than that.
Portland? Tell me what kind of permanent injury he has, if an urologist confirmed that and how PE caused that supposed injury.
Mr. Nielsen? Now, if you shallow what that guy says, this is your problem. And so on.
You have zero proofs of what you are saying, and the way you build your post show the intention to cause paranoia to new members and waste of time to people who has to catch your bullshits.