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Trauma caused ED

Trauma caused ED

Hi,

For some reason I cannot post in the injuries forum so I’ll put it here. I haven’t started doing PE yet but here’s what happened:

I did two very stupid things. When I was in the shower, perhaps it was out of curiosity, I gripped my penis and tugged it somewhat hard for a few seconds. Also, I usually masturbate without lube with no problems. A day after the pulling incident happened, I tried masturbating with lube and gripped my penis somewhat hard and applied a downward pressure to simulate entry into a very tight orifice.

A few days later I can now now only get erections of up to 75-80% and this is with great difficulty, even with porn and I cannot sustain them for more than a few seconds. I have no morning wood either.

I think sensation has also changed and I have a strange small number feeling on the inside (behind the shaft) to the right.

Did I injure a nerve or valve or ligament? I am going to a urologist next week. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Did anyone ever have something similar?

Yes, I have experience of this injury, (unfortunately), it has affected my life, since my injury. It does not sound good, you need to rest it. Also be honest with the urologist, adjust your story to save embarrassment (if necessary). Say your partner gripped you a bit hard or something…..

Good luck, it does sound serious,but rest it.


Always be cool.

Now BPEL 7.75 EG 5.80 Goals for 2013 improved E Quality + BPEL 8.25 6.0 EG Long term goals, 8.75

An injured nerve has as symptoms tingly sensation and numbness; numbness is generally in the glans. I don’t think you had a serious injury, but of course checking with a Doc is always a good idea.

Tell him what you did and don’t feel embarassed, doctors hear the strangest things yours will not sound anything so out of ordinary.

Thanks guys,

I am going to see a doctor tomorrow and a urologist next week. Deiselpower, can you give more details regarding your injury and how you caused it? Did you go to a doctor about it? What did he say?

Thanks!

Hi Carrot, Check out my thread on the subject, it is quite detailed. Broken Penis suspensory ligament and repair. Go under my profile and check out threads started by me. Ignore the ones I started while I had drunk too much red wine….. IE, Would you fuck Hillary Clinton? etc

Good Luck with the Doctor / Urologist, need any more info let me know. Regards.


Always be cool.

Now BPEL 7.75 EG 5.80 Goals for 2013 improved E Quality + BPEL 8.25 6.0 EG Long term goals, 8.75

What has to do broken suspensory ligs with what he is reporting? Don’t put in worrried people’ mind more worries without bases, please.

He asked for advice, I gave him my experiences. “Tugging it somewhat hard” is relative, if you tug it somewhat too hard in a violent manner, you will break the ligament, as I know.As I advised he should see a Doctor and urologist. I wish him the best of luck. I would be interested to know Carrot, what the Dr or Urologist said ? Diesel.


Always be cool.

Now BPEL 7.75 EG 5.80 Goals for 2013 improved E Quality + BPEL 8.25 6.0 EG Long term goals, 8.75

The doctor basically laughed at me and said it was impossible to injure my penis like that and reluctantly agreed to give me a referral to a urologist. I’m going to describe the symptoms in more details to him and make sure he takes me more seriously.

Originally Posted by carrotsrorange
The doctor basically laughed at me and said it was impossible to injure my penis like that and reluctantly agreed to give me a referral to a urologist. I’m going to describe the symptoms in more details to him and make sure he takes me more seriously.

Speaking from experience…

Visit a urologist, it will help you come to terms with things but I’m afraid a urologist won’t be able to offer much in the way of useful advice.

I’ve been badly injured for coming upto three years now after a minute’s jelqing and after much time and money spent visiting urologists I am no nearer to any kind of cure. Urologists simply don’t have enough experience of these kinds of things to research and formulate a treatment because men with such injuries are too embarassed to come forwards.

I’ve somewhat come to terms with my injury’s permanence and through the help of anti depressants, therapy and my family have gone from seriously contemplating suicide (the horrific way in which certain individual’s on here acted towards me pushed me ever closer towards that conclusion btw) to making it through the day with a few smiles on my face.

Have hope, your injury may clear up on it’s own with rest. It has been known to happen. But there isn’t anything in a urologist’s box of tricks that will suddenly cure you. You will either get lucky, and I reiterate there are cases of this happening on here, or you will have this for a considerable period of time, maybe permanently. But you will certainly realise that your penis isn’t everything and there are other things to live for.

Good luck and god bless.

It’s difficult to know what has taken place, but hopefully it will improve with time. I echo the urologist advice.

Hey guys thanks for the support. The problem cleared up on its own after a week of rest before I went to the urologist’s office. I consider myself very lucky. The amount of stress this has caused me has been far worse than anxiety over my size. I understand lots of men benefitted from jelqing/stretching but perhaps it’s just not for me, even though this injury wasn’t technically caused by PE.

I wish you best of luck with your problem willy wonka. If I may give you some advice, we have sex to connect with people. The penis is therefore our ‘link’ with others. New couples have lots and lots of sex but after a while they eventually decrease the frequency because they have already bonded.

If you suffered from an injury that doesn’t allow you to get an erection anymore, you are contemplating suicide because you feel that you have lost your connection to others. This is true for most people but don’t forget that there are women who simply hate sex and women who simply aren’t capable of having intercourse because of an injury/medical procedure etc.

I think that while you wait for your injury to hopefully recover, you should try connecting with someone like that. There are tons of celibate/no sex/asexual dating websites out there. Lots of asexual couples even get married. They enjoy all the aspects of romance, kissing, licking, cuddling whatever - minus penetrative sex.

If you manage to find a relationship like that, the pressure to perform is off . This will improve your state psychologically. Eventually, you may get your functionality back, you might not. You might evolve to connect with others without sex. But meanwhile, you will be in a loving relationship with another person and won’t be alone.

What do you think?

Originally Posted by carrotsrorange
Hey guys thanks for the support. The problem cleared up on its own after a week of rest before I went to the urologist’s office. I consider myself very lucky. The amount of stress this has caused me has been far worse than anxiety over my size. I understand lots of men benefitted from jelqing/stretching but perhaps it’s just not for me, even though this injury wasn’t technically caused by PE.

I wish you best of luck with your problem willy wonka. If I may give you some advice, we have sex to connect with people. The penis is therefore our ‘link’ with others. New couples have lots and lots of sex but after a while they eventually decrease the frequency because they have already bonded.

If you suffered from an injury that doesn’t allow you to get an erection anymore, you are contemplating suicide because you feel that you have lost your connection to others. This is true for most people but don’t forget that there are women who simply hate sex and women who simply aren’t capable of having intercourse because of an injury/medical procedure etc.

I think that while you wait for your injury to hopefully recover, you should try connecting with someone like that. There are tons of celibate/no sex/asexual dating websites out there. Lots of asexual couples even get married. They enjoy all the aspects of romance, kissing, licking, cuddling whatever - minus penetrative sex.

If you manage to find a relationship like that, the pressure to perform is off . This will improve your state psychologically. Eventually, you may get your functionality back, you might not. You might evolve to connect with others without sex. But meanwhile, you will be in a loving relationship with another person and won’t be alone.

What do you think?

Beautiful advice, my friend, thank you.

I’m not sure where I’m going with this injury, my life has been completely on hold for three years but putting that to one side your post is heartfelt and thoughtful. I appreciate that greatly.

God bless.

Willy Wonka, stay strong dude.

You’ll be in my prayers.

Dude you may have overlooked something here. When you injure something in your body the injured part loses strength so you can’t persist in damaging yourself further. On top of that you will get pain signals to your brain telling you to stop injuring yourself. This is self evident but it took a heap of bodybuilding injuries for me to realise this and I still didn’t apply the logic to PE. So I am in the same boat as you, months later I still have pain cause I didn’t listen to my body. The thing that gets you is that you want to make sure it still works and the added pleasure factor makes it difficult to resist.

The sane thing to do is to immediately rest it to the point of neglect so that it recovers. You are lucky you got away with a week. According to Deepak chopra you get a new body every seven weeks so it will usually take that long to work any injury out.

As for urologists a bunch of bunco artistes. These drug shills like their medico brothers only understand drugging and surgery. They mostly use drugs to hide their incompetence as healers. If a doctor laughs at your problem what does that tell you? You just told this fool you hurt yourself doing something and he sez it’s not possible. How arrogant. The truth is the only real advice he can give is to rest it for a month but anybody can tell you that and the advice will be free. A visual examination will tell him nothing and only you know the before and after injury performance.

I’ve had problems with my tackle from about 17 onwards and I can tell you the fool I saw just said everything is normal, that’s $80.00. I only discovered how to correct my problems through the internet but cause they were so long standing it will take a while. I will categorically state the advice is sound though.

Lastly to you willy wonka you didn’t specify what your problem is just that you did damage. The psychological impact for you is probably hindering you now even though you might be alright. I would doll out some supplementation advice but it’s better if you learn on your own. The best guy without a doubt is dr Linn at actionlove.com and the linn institute. This guy is a sexologist as well as a doctor and responds to emails but even if he dosen’t there is enough info and case studies at his site for you to make your own diagnosis and formulate your own solution even if you don’t buy his products. I wish I discovered his advice 10 years ago.

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