Venous Leak Survey
Recently I’ve been noticing symptoms of venous leakage. Where my morning wood has been soft, my glans doesnt inflate (seems to be lifeless), and having trouble maintaining erection w/o external stimulation. this issue has been around for a year but has gotten worse the past month. ive been reading many threads about this and various members of this forum have also been going through this also. So i wanted to start a structured thread on this for those who believe they have a venous leak.
to start i want to state my previous bad habits.
-excessive masturbation has but a lot of stress on my unit. ive laid off of my unit and has helped me get back my morning wood. i’m more energetic and am thinking clearer.
-WHEN IVE NOTICED MY A LIFELESS GLANS… last year when i tried cocaine and was on it for a month. i was getting ready to have sex and prematurley ejaculated without full erection. THIS IS WHEN MY SYMPTOMS STARTED.
-I conitinued to PE and my erections were ROCK SOLID but at times unsustainable. Morning woods were STRONG but glans WERE NOT inflated.
-IVE TRIED BLOCKING BLOOD with a jelq grip and it works. ONCE i let it go, my unit goes down.
-IVE loss some sensitivity in my unit.
-I HAVE MADE significant gains with my condition HOWEVER.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO “VENOUS LEAK”:
-over working unit ie masturbation STRESSES MUSCLE, LOWERS TESTOSTERONE
-smoking (am quiting) CONSTRICTS BLOOD VESSELS
-energy drinks CONSTRICTS BLOOD VESSELS, Makes UNIT TURTLE UP
-depression LACK OF NATURAL SEXUAL STIMULATION, LACK OF INTEREST IN MANY THINGS, I havent been getting out much lately.
from my research, a VENOUS LEAK is when blood is unable to be trapped inside the CC’s. I.E. Blood is leaving faster than entering. I think that bad habits have consticted my blood vessels, and is causing emotional issues.
“Summary Two arterial systems contribute to the blood supply of the penis. The deeper system, responsible for supplying the erectile tissues, arises from the internal pudendal arteries (a. pudendae internae), or sometimes from an accessory internal artery. Four branches, either collateral or terminal, should be considered: the artery to the bulb of the penis, the urethral artery, the deep artery of the penis and the dorsal artery of the penis. Variations are frequently present in the origin, distribution and symmetry of these arteries, but on the whole the blood supply is organised into three planes, inferior or ventral, middle and deep, superior or dorsal. These three planes are complementary: when the blood supply to any one of them is occluded, at whatever level this may be, the blood supply is supplemented by the plane immediately above it. Arteriograms should be interpreted with caution because anatomical variations may at first sight be taken for pathological change.
The superficial system, supplying the tissues around the erectile organs, arises from the lateral inferior pudendal arteries. Three types of supply have been described, according to whether the right and left arteries have a symmetrical distribution or whether the arterial network arises in large part or totally from one side.”
Those who have symptoms please contribute to this thread, stating your previous habits, what you have done to try to fix the problem, progress.
WOULD HAVING SLOWER SUPPLY of blood TO THE PENIS HAVE SAME SYMPTOMS OF A VENOUS LEAK??
02-10-09: Nbpel-4 7/8" ; Midshaft-eg- 5 1/4"; Base-eg- 4 7/8"