I would say hard to find one to take more than 3 minutes, but yea I wouldn’t just say I woke up with an injury. They may have seen a lot, but jelqing is one thing that many of them haven’t seen or heard of. The biggest, primary issue probably isn’t whether or not you tell them about jelqing, but about how you present the situation. Getting them to take you seriously is more like being on a witness stand being interrogated than a patient being treated, which is just sad.
It also disgusts me when I’ve tried to be honest and listen, and frankly was basically treated like garbage as a result. Think about it, you advocate being honest.. Yet you have had 18-20 appointments with 6 different doctors: your time, your money, your dignity, all disregarded in exchange for trying to be an honorable person. I’m not suggesting to be totally dishonest about the situation because then you can’t really get answers, but there may be certain minor things that you can tweak in the way you present and explain things to get taken seriously much sooner.
As an example, if I decided to go to another urologist about my jelqing injury, I would try something like this- I was wearing a penis extender while sitting on the couch watching TV, and I drifted off to sleep. When I woke up a few hours later, the head of my penis was purple and it felt cold all over. I took the extender off, the coldness and discoloration went away, so I assumed everything was fine. As the day went on and later that night, I noticed I couldn’t really get an erection. Again, I assumed everything was fine and to just give it a day or two. The next morning, I didn’t have any erection when I woke up, but I just thought let me just let it be. A few days later, nothing had changed, I still am having a lot of trouble getting an erection and haven’t had any erections when I first wake up. I’m still not really worried at all, I’m sure it’ll come back, but I figured there wouldn’t be any harm in seeing a doctor.
Some of the ideas behind this presentation instead of saying I jelqed and now have trouble with erections- Mentioning an extender is good because it sounds more plausibly dangerous, being that it is a device. The discoloration and coldness show that something physical had undoubtedly occurred. Saying that the discoloration and coldness went away shows that I had a good reason not to be anxious,, and repeating that I wasn’t worried because the coldness and discoloration had gone away emphasize that I’m not anxious. Lack of morning erections also indicates that something is wrong physically. Presenting it in this way seems like it would make them more likely to take things seriously while still allowing you to get the answers you need for an injury to the penis. This story can also be tweaked to include other symptoms such as redness, etc.