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PE ended up in a horrible way

PE ended up in a horrible way

Hello there.

I started with PE in the beginning of April this year, my thoughts of this were good I thought I would end up with a bigger dick and a healthy one too.
So I started with the newbie routine awared of that high erection jelqing and extremly stretching could cause damage, ofcourse I thought for myself “this is not happening me”.
So I started with it and I had only good thoughts about it after the 4 first sessions as they gave me hard erections and I didn’t notice any problems until the 7th of April. I managed to come through the stretching without any wierd feelings. I started to jelq in 70-80% erection with a maybe too hard grip. I managed to jelq maybe 100 strokes, until I noticed that my dick were going down all the time and I couldn’t get it up. I ended up it that way when suddenly 1 minute later I felt a wierd rush in my penis, suddenly my penis felt numb and it shriveled in and got hard. My thoughts were “what the hell happened there?” ofcourse I got really scared but I tried to calm down. Erection were impossible.

So here I am today, some improvements yes, but this problem is still chasing me today..

Lets start with the positive things.

I can maintain a erection very easy.
I must say that it feels that I have more sensitive today the problem is that I don’t remember how sensitive I were before this happened.
Can time from time feel normal, it’s feels normal now for example.
When i’m in a good mood mental, my penis feels way better.

Negative things.

Exercising and anxiety makes my penis hard. Reading the firm flaccid penis thread here at thunders didn’t make me less worried :) haha
I’m depressed, it was worse for maybe 2-3 weeks ago somehow I have learned to accept the situation.
Skipping all life activitys
Worrying to much about my penis and has almost been a hypocondriac I think. I can’t put other things on my mind, my dick is killing my mind!
Searching for a diagnosis online here on internet have not made the trick.
My glans are not filling up with blood proper, venous leakage?

Have been to several doctors and also a urologist who says I appear normal to them by just staring at my penis and feel a little bit on it.

Guys what do you think physical or mental?
What should I do to get this problem out of my mind, maybe meet a urologist again and do some tests or shall I just forget my problem and let the body take care of everything?

Thank you.

It sounds that you suffered some type of penis trauma with the session you describe. The numbness suggests dorsal nerve involvement. Improving sensitivity is a good sign and that the injury is temporary and healing.

Pain and anxiety causes sympathetic nervous system activation with a release of adrenaline (epinephrine) and noradrenaline (norepinephrine) which will zap your erections by causing contraction of the smooth muscle in the erectile chambers. This explains your initial problem after your trauma.

When you say that anxiety and exercise make your penis hard. Do you mean erect? This is unclear. If you get erect, why are you worried?

The glans has a normal physiological venous leak until the penis reaches peak erection. It is not unusual for me to have a reasonably good erection and not have a fully engorged head. I think you just haven’t noted this earlier and are now just acutely aware of your penis since your “accident” (same story with not knowing your pre-injury sensitivity). Some of your worry may be preventing you from reaching complete erection and this is why your glans is not “filling up with the proper amount of blood.”

Any of us would be concerned if we injured our penis. You’d be abnormal if you didn’t. Anxiety and depression are the norm.

Whether the urologist physically examines your penis or not; he (or she) will probably be unable to find anything wrong with your penis if there is no sign obvious signs of injury. If you told him (or her) that you do get erections and that you have sensitivity, he or she will certify you normal. Did you explain the mechanism of your injury to your doctors? If you don’t tell them what you did (no matter how embarrassing), you won’t give your doctors enough information to make the proper assessment. If you go back, you must be honest.

Physical or mental? I believe it is both. You sound like you did injure yourself, possibly some dorsal nerve trauma (numbness). That you do have erections and sensitivity are good signs. Getting this out of your mind may not be that easy for you as you seem to be fixated on it (most of us would). I would bet that your urologist will be of little further help, though for peace of mind it wouldn’t be a bad idea to let him (or her) wave their hands over your penis and assure you that you’re ok. This might help you get this problem to be less concerning. Get busy with your life and let things take care of themselves. It sounds like it already is.

Good luck.

Originally Posted by pudendum
It sounds that you suffered some type of penis trauma with the session you describe. The numbness suggests dorsal nerve involvement. Improving sensitivity is a good sign and that the injury is temporary and healing.

Pain and anxiety causes sympathetic nervous system activation with a release of adrenaline (epinephrine) and noradrenaline (norepinephrine) which will zap your erections by causing contraction of the smooth muscle in the erectile chambers. This explains your initial problem after your trauma.

When you say that anxiety and exercise make your penis hard. Do you mean erect? This is unclear. If you get erect, why are you worried?

The glans has a normal physiological venous leak until the penis reaches peak erection. It is not unusual for me to have a reasonably good erection and not have a fully engorged head. I think you just haven’t noted this earlier and are now just acutely aware of your penis since your “accident” (same story with not knowing your pre-injury sensitivity). Some of your worry may be preventing you from reaching complete erection and this is why your glans is not “filling up with the proper amount of blood.”

Any of us would be concerned if we injured our penis. You’d be abnormal if you didn’t. Anxiety and depression are the norm.

Whether the urologist physically examines your penis or not; he (or she) will probably be unable to find anything wrong with your penis if there is no sign obvious signs of injury. If you told him (or her) that you do get erections and that you have sensitivity, he or she will certify you normal. Did you explain the mechanism of your injury to your doctors? If you don’t tell them what you did (no matter how embarrassing), you won’t give your doctors enough information to make the proper assessment. If you go back, you must be honest.

Physical or mental? I believe it is both. You sound like you did injure yourself, possibly some dorsal nerve trauma (numbness). That you do have erections and sensitivity are good signs. Getting this out of your mind may not be that easy for you as you seem to be fixated on it (most of us would). I would bet that your urologist will be of little further help, though for peace of mind it wouldn’t be a bad idea to let him (or her) wave their hands over your penis and assure you that you’re ok. This might help you get this problem to be less concerning. Get busy with your life and let things take care of themselves. It sounds like it already is.

Good luck.

Thank you for the answers, the problem is that my penis can feel hard in flaccid state, that’s the problem I worry most about.
You’re maybe right with the glans problem, when im thinking about what you are saying it’s seem plausable to me :)
I telled him the truth about the jelqing method and also my symptom , he said “yeah I feel it’s a little bit hard, your penis is just maybe a little bit over-strained but it will disappear in some weeks” but he said that I was completely normal, just so you don’t think i’m lieing here, just forgot to mention it in the thread.

Anyways thank you!


Last edited by Maroshk : 05-25-2008 at .

Hello pudendum, happy to hear you :) .

Hey marinera. Been so busy, I haven’t had a real chance to sit down and put the effort into the information I want to share regarding my research on smooth muscle and other aspects of cavernosa physiology. I don’t want to post half-assed garbage. Hope you are well.

Maroshk - Glad you were up front with your urologist. He may have given you weird looks or thought your were crazy for doing PE (cause they tend to not believe in it; there’s nothing in it for them monetarily IMO). Since doing starting PE, I have noticed that the tunica of my cavernosa are firmer when I am flaccid. And it’s possible that I didn’t notice before I started. I have to admit that the side effect of this slightly firmer flaccid core are very firm, rock hard erections.

In any case, let it ride. I think your positives outweigh your negatives and you will see your mood follow after you continue to “heal”. By the way, I wouldn’t recommend doing any PE until you feel that you are back to “normal” and then stick to the newbie routine and back off on the grip force.

Good luck.

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