Wait, so the smooth muscle in the walls of the vein isn’t the problem? You say it is the smooth muscle within the Corpora that is the problem? Perhaps you’re smooth muscle has somehow lost the ability to relax. Perhaps it has seized up and won’t relax for some reason and therefore won’t allow the CC Chambers to stay expanded(and thus cut off the venous flow) for any reasonable length of time.
If this is the case then light pumping would definitely help.
No Man of 10, look, the veins have no smooth muscles on their walls. He meant that his corpora cavernosa was damaged somehow by the exercises. Now I get what happened. It must be kind of a rare case where his corpora was susceptible to damage through the high pressure exercises…
Deeppurple9, I think that pranic healing thing can help you out. I think it must suck to have 100 different people with the perfect solution, I guess. What I would look into is developing the strongest possible kegels daily all the time and to take a look into the PH… Which I think can help because I have seen cases where people with muscle damage in the heart (from infactions) and leg problems get fixed up. Since the corpora is a muscle, it can surely be treated in a similar way. Anyway I have seen it work well.
Thinking about the corpora now, maybe surgery really isn’t that great an option, like the doctor said… I think it would have to be a kind of microsurgery that would probably be expensive too.
Honestly, I really think the stem cell thing would work when it comes out, but that may take a few years, and may be a bit expensive at first.
Best of luck…
EDIT: dude and talk to different doctors, some general surgeons maybe, people who know of anatomy and also about the drugs you are using. Since you are young, you might not want to use too much viagra and such, as it’s effect diminishes over time and also can cause cardiovascular problems in a few individuals with predisposition.