POLL - Clarification in Deflated glans and Firm Flaccid
PLEASE READ BEFORE CONTRIBUTING IN THE POLL:
I want to make it perfectly clear that these two symptoms are patho-physiological. If your glans doesn’t inflate as much as you’d like or your penis occasionally turtles, but you consider these behaviors not the result of injury then do not contribute in the poll! If you are unsure, read the information below. Thank you.
My intention with this poll is to find out whether people who suffer from one of the two conditions necessarily suffer from the other. If you don’t know what this is about then don’t worry about it!
In the flaccid state, during any part of the day (not necessarily all the time) the penis loses its floppiness and puffiness. The skin appears to hug the CC chambers tightly and the CC chambers feel stiff and resist bending of the penis in any direction. This apparent hugging of the skin may also be noticeable during erection, when physical stimulation. Visually, in the flaccid state, it looks similar to a turtled-like state, but will feel unnaturally ‘firm’.
Deflated glans and CS:
1. The glans, any time after initial erection - but especially without constant tactile stimulation - will lose its tumescence and will deflate dramatically to the point of looking as it does in the flaccid state, almost comical atop the fully engorged CCs. Upon deflation, there is a noticeable decrease in sexual sensation. In many cases, shortly before ejaculation, the glans will reinflate, and then immediately deflate after ejaculation.
2. The corpus sponginosum, which during erection normally protrudes along the bottom of the shaft, will recede at least partially but potentially entirely, leaving a flat underside resulting in a loss of total girth and loss in sensation.
For anyone not already aware and who wants to know more about symptoms, possible causes and potential treatments, there is good information in these resources:
DMSO + Iodine Experimental Treatment for Deflated Glans and Firm Flaccid
Deflated Glans/Firm Flaccid/V. Hard Shaft Possible Venous Leakage
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