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It was a simple question; can you function with your penis. To answer or not is up to you.

I would rather have the ability to feel sexual pleasure and have severe erectile dysfunction than functioning, perfect erections and not being able to feel any sexual pleasure, which is torture in the form of sensory deprivation. The idea of someone being dismissive of a severe loss of sexual sensation because the person can get erect is almost kind of bizarre and wacky to pretty much any rational man. If you can still feel a decent amount of sexual pleasure though then I would try to work with that.

Originally Posted by inspirit99
I would rather have the ability to feel sexual pleasure and have severe erectile dysfunction than functioning, perfect erections and not being able to feel any sexual pleasure, which is torture in the form of sensory deprivation. The idea of someone being dismissive of a severe loss of sexual sensation because the person can get erect is almost kind of bizarre and wacky to pretty much any rational man. If you can still feel a decent amount of sexual pleasure though then I would try to work with that.

Now that is stupid and maybe requires an apology. I simply asked if he could still function normally even though he has a lack of sensitivity to an area. Where did I dismiss his loss? It was a simple question.
A severe loss? Did he say that? He said a loss of sensitivity; his own words. You injury people love to make stuff up, twist words, and generally do more harm than good.

Originally Posted by Jimmybob55

Now that is stupid and maybe requires an apology. I simply asked if he could still function normally even though he has a lack of sensitivity to an area. Where did I dismiss his loss? It was a simple question.

A severe loss? Did he say that? He said a loss of sensitivity; his own words. You injury people love to make stuff up, twist words, and generally do more harm than good.

I can see how they interpreted your post as being dismissive since you go from injury thread to injury thread being dismissive of people and telling them their injuries don’t exists. Your question was alright this time, but from seeing your past comments it’s easy to jump to the conclusion that you’re being dismissive right away, even though you may have not been this time.

I don’t understand why you spend so much time on injury threads. We’re here to find information about our own injuries, and share information with other people about their injury that we may have stumbled across while in the search for our own answers. Why do you continuously come back without adding anything of value to the conversation just to dismiss and insult the injured people on this site?

Do sick people ever get better by talking to other sick people? No sick people get better by talking to well people or people that have been injured and have gotten better. What you have here is injured people talking to injured people so how does anyone get better?

Now why not look at all my posts; you will find that I post more on other threads than on injury threads. Makes no matter; some here will get better and some will not.

There are the minor injuries that recover on their own in a fairly short period of time, but we are talking about long term or permanent injuries. The people with minor injuries that have gotten better have already revealed what they’ve done: rest and heat wraps. If that worked in all cases, then we wouldn’t be in this situation. The people who have gotten better from their minor injuries have already revealed what they’ve done, and it hasn’t worked for long term or permanent injuries, hence why they are long term or permanent.

Concerning long term or permanent injuries, about 10% are due to tense, knotted pelvic muscles, and these people respond immediately and drastically to physiotherapy. A small amount, I would estimate around 10% as well, have damage which causes their pelvic muscles to continuously tense back up. Then, there are the many injuries that don’t involve any symptoms of muscle tension, or show no response to physiotherapy. These are the people that are still working together and looking to find solutions.

If people who have recovered from minor injuries or don’t have injuries want to respectfully help, I would welcome them, but the whole point is that no one has the solution right now, and that’s why the injuries are long term or permanent.

Originally Posted by inspirit99

If people who have recovered from minor injuries or don’t have injuries want to respectfully help, I would welcome them, but the whole point is that no one has the solution right now, and that’s why the injuries are long term or permanent.

You’re unlikely to find a solution until you have an accurate diagnosis of the problem, we haven’t seen that yet in any of these cases, it seems so far that all the experts consulted can find nothing wrong.

Rather than getting frustrated by the response of folk here you’d be better focusing your attention on the medical profession.

Why is it when a doctor tells us we don’t have cancer we believe them but when we think we have injured our penis and he tells us there is nothing wrong we don’t believe him because he is dumb? Urologist are highly trained people; they help guys with testicular cancer and other types, blockages, infections, inflammation.traumatic injuries yet every guy who has injured themselves jelqing knows more than they do.

Originally Posted by inspirit99

Concerning long term or permanent injuries, about 10% are due to tense, knotted pelvic muscles, and these people respond immediately and drastically to physiotherapy. A small amount, I would estimate around 10% as well, have damage which causes their pelvic muscles to continuously tense back up. Then, there are the many injuries that don’t involve any symptoms of muscle tension, or show no response to physiotherapy. These are the people that are still working together and looking to find solutions.

I was wondering if cannabis could help with hyper-tonic pelvic floor muscles. There are many cases of people with debilitating spastic muscle disorders that use marijuana and it alleviates almost all their muscle spasms and muscle pain and allows them to function normally. I think I might have some sort of hypertension, I kegel uncontrollably sometimes like the muscle is having spasms, and I think this would cause premature ejaculation. Right now reverse kegels seem to help a bit, but I’m thinking of future remedies if this persists. I’m completely okay with smoking weed anyways.

Okay get mad at me all over again. Look at your life; staying in your room to allow your injury to heal and now we’ll add getting stoned. Does that look like a good blueprint for you to go out and enjoy life, get a job, find a girl, and enjoy the wonderful life that God has given you? If it is then I am all wrong and I have lived my life wrong as well.

Originally Posted by Jimmybob55

Okay get mad at me all over again. Look at your life; staying in your room to allow your injury to heal and now we’ll add getting stoned. Does that look like a good blueprint for you to go out and enjoy life, get a job, find a girl, and enjoy the wonderful life that God has given you? If it is then I am all wrong and I have lived my life wrong as well.

“I’m thinking of future remedies if this persists”

There is nothing wrong with smoking weed, and I don’t plan on sitting in my room for the rest of my life. Just until my dick is relatively back to normal.

Originally Posted by poople
“I’m thinking of future remedies if this persists”
There is nothing wrong with smoking weed, and I don’t plan on sitting in my room for the rest of my life. Just until my dick is relatively back to normal.

And how long is that? Weeks, month or two or three? Don’t you want to go out with your friends, go to a bar or movie or the beach? I am older than you and I can tell you that time wasted you will never get back. If you look out your window where you are and see a beautiful day as I do and you don’t want to go out and enjoy and feel the warmth of the sun then I feel, and you will disagree, that the problem is more than your injury. Besides Vitamin D is great for you.

Originally Posted by Jimmybob55

And how long is that? Weeks, month or two or three? Don’t you want to go out with your friends, go to a bar or movie or the beach? I am older than you and I can tell you that time wasted you will never get back. If you look out your window where you are and see a beautiful day as I do and you don’t want to go out and enjoy and feel the warmth of the sun then I feel, and you will disagree, that the problem is more than your injury. Besides Vitamin D is great for you.

But is going out and being active worth the risk of further irritating my injury? No it’s not. If I don’t get better or if I get worse in another 2 months, then I’ll stop wasting away in my room. Gravity puts a lot of pressure on the pelvic floor when you stand up, and if I’m putting stress on the injury it will never heal.

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