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Originally Posted by qwertypoiuyt

So what would the cure be or what would make it better. Could it be fixed with PE?

Worst case scenario is venous leakage. I don’t know if it can be cured, never really looked into it. I think there are other members who are able to give you more insight.


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How about stopping doing the amateur Physicians, guys? If you want to make diagnosis, go to school medicine and take your certification.

Honestly it doesn’t bother me, it just makes it worse when I’m waiting if I’m damaged it’s my own fault. Ill keep this updated so if anyone is having the same problems they might find some answers.

I have erections but there not as good and go real easily. They can come without me touching if I’m with my girlfriend.

Nope inv I’ve never taken anything like that, I’ve never had any health problems.

Just basic gym stuff, in splits so back bicep, chest tricep, then shoulders traps, and legs and abs. Nothing I’m not used to been doing it for years. Usually in pyramid sets.

Will the valves heal, or will I have to use viagra, whats the implant like?

Ouch venous leak, will Viagra help that? I don’t mind as long as I can have sex as much times as I want anything better than these weak erections.

Originally Posted by qwertypoiuyt
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Will the valves heal, or will I have to use viagra, whats the implant like?


You don’t know if there is any valves to heal. Go on on this path listening anybody and you’ll be convinced that you have ED, HIV, cancer and whatever guess the less educated reader on the subject will have the pleasure to do.

Do you know that real Docs don’t even give specific diagnosis over the Internet? For a reason.

Well Marinera does have a major point. And the point is- you are sitting here on TP, anxious as ever, for a problem that may, or may not, exist. So take my advice, go on with your life right now, schedule an appointment with the doc, the night before make some points that you’d like to talk to him about, use TP to help you formulate ideas. But until then, relax dude. Anxiety is terrible. No point worrying about the issue until you are more sure. I’ve been in a similar boat, and only until I stopped dwelling on any possible issues (and that means staying away from TP for a bit, only coming on occasionally for info!), did things improve. Go read a book or something.

Edit: Oh yea, and most importantly, give your dick a break. No masturbation, no nothing. Especially no PE. You don’t want to exacerbate any injuries, if you do have them. Go read a book, try the Harry Potter series.


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Ok what should I ask the urol.

For anyone else my symptoms are.

Weak erections.

Low sex drive, apart from with my girlfriend, was going to have sex under the canal yesterday damn, I got kinda hard could have had sex with it but it wasn’t a full on hard on, but it went when this man rode past on his bike, she was really wet I was rubbing her clit. Damn I can’t wait for this thing to be fixed, oh erm and.

Gets harder than usual when soft sometimes.

I have felt pain there before at random times far apart like a sharp pain.

I stopped masturbation/sex for about a month probably 2 and my erections got better still not properly hard could be due to the fact I didn’t have sex in so long.

Ok ill stop all masturbation, I told my friend I couldn’t have sex for about 2 months so that’s covered unless things get heated, but I masturbated 2x today

Ill keep everyone informed, what things should I ask him, I don’t want him to tell me it’s in my mind or something like that like my doc he didn’t even check me out. Because I’m not worried about it, it worst happens ill have to get the implant and I’m cool with that, I just want to get things sorted and move on.

Also can you take viagra for all your life?

You have to refer your symptoms, answer his questions. He’ll know what to do then.

Originally Posted by marinera
How about stopping doing the amateur Physicians, guys? If you want to make diagnosis, go to school medicine and take your certification.

I understand what you are saying, but at the same time there have been a small number of posters who have complained about poor quality erections or ED and been to see a urologist, sometimes several and still not got a satisfactory diagnosis. Amateur diagnosis on the interent can make things worse, but in a sub culture, like the PE community, often it’s all people can rely on. I agree that’s it’s best to see a Dr and in this case a urologist first, but if that doesn’t solve the problem, which often seems to be the case, amateur diagnosis could actually be beneficial. I recently sent a friend to a urologist and told him to insist on a doppler test. The test showed he had a venous leak. I would never have done that if it wasn’t for this forum. And my friend had previously seen 2 urologists who both told him his problems were mental.

qwertypoiuyt-

Some people with a condition sounding similar to yours did quite well with some exercises to stretch certain muscles. In fact it is just possible that you strained the muscles involved at the gym. The muscles I am thinking of are the piriformis and the iliopsoas group. There are youtube videos of exercises dealing with both these groups. I am not medically qualified in any way, but I am a self-taught masseur with may years experience.

From what I can tell, some people experience loss of erectile performance when these muscles are in spasm. Whether it is because the muscles press on nerves or constrict blood-flow (or both) I can not tell.

This exercise looks simple but is very powerful:

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All exercises of this type have to be done very slowly, with perfect form, monitoring at all times for pain. At the slightest hint of discomfort one must stop and rest.

But you should await your diagnosis before trying a load of self-help. Still the info is out there. Don’t do anything drastic. Also, I can tell you this for a fact: The body can eventually heal itself of almost anything, especially if you are young. Some things take time. Some people with your condition have taken 18 months. However, for some of them, part of the waiting was due to them needing to find the right cure, with others it just gradually got better but very very slowly.

Be reassured, you will get better. For now my best advice would be to cut down on any gym work that works your core or legs - if you have a muscle in spasm, you will only be locking it up tighter. Your gym activity might actually be stopping you heal.


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Originally Posted by joey999
…. I agree that’s it’s best to see a Dr and in this case a urologist first, but if that doesn’t solve the problem, which often seems to be the case, amateur diagnosis could actually be beneficial. …


Yeah, if that doesn’t fix (or at least identify) the problem, come back here. But for now, hearing random suppositions won’t help. A kind of the advice like Marky’ can be useful, but posts like ‘Hey, you have venous leakage’ are not.

There are many many causes of ED, and we still don’t know if he has ED - actually, I’d say not, he just seems somewhat stressed. So, better speaking with a urologist before, and doing some exams if he think they are needed.

Originally Posted by marinera

How about stopping doing the amateur Physicians, guys? If you want to make diagnosis, go to school medicine and take your certification.

Then why don’t we delete the whole Injuries / Treatments sub-forum altogether?


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Because it can help people worried for things like red dots, poor EQ after PE session and similar things. Not to give amateurish doctors the opportunity to torture guys with their uneducated guesses, Upto7.

Red dots and poor EQ are not injuries. Especially not sub-forum worthy.

I’m not trying to diagnose anything or give him a scare. He said the symptoms, I said what it could be based on experience of other members who posted about it here. I don’t see the problem.

Besides, like joey999 said, there were people who visited more than one urologist without success. I myself have been to urologist (not related to PE) and got the “you’re imagining it” diagnosis. Saying that seems to be the trend among them.


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