The guy had never heard of Jeqing and will refuse to give me any advice on structural injury. He is a professor in urology as well, but I think he specializes in std's rather than injuries. If you could give me a list of a few common treatments that could be a big help.View Thread
If the damage does not heal over the next few months, is there any further action that could be taken to improve the situation?
Should I be taking cialis?
Would an anti-inflammatory medication be more appropriate if there is clotting in the penis?
Could this situation get worse?
I plan on becoming more active again. Will becoming fitter improve my situation?
Finally, is there any possibility medical science could improve to such a level that injuries like this could be healed in the future, or will the damage in effect "set" and be permanent if it does not heal over the next few months?
I have been suffering from depression due to this condition, but I refuse to suffer from it any longer. I can still get erections, I can still ejaculate, so I can still have sex. Living your life takes stubbornness, and for all I know this course of events saved me from a car accident or the like. I still have a high IQ, I am still a student and I now see how lucky I was and still am to be living my life.View Thread
I have also seen a urologist, who told me to rest, then prescribed cialis after the problem persisted. He diagnosed me as having a muscle injury. I don't think that I was aware that the problem within the penis head was additional to the erectile dysfunction/hard flaccid. The peins head is white below the urethra, feels numb, and there is a visible vain at one side. There are also red spots and discoloration.View Thread
I have damaged my penis back in January doing jeqing when errect and now my penis head does not fill with blood and I have mild errectile dysfunction. I have been told to abstain from masturbation, but, ridiculously, have found this very difficult. Is there any medication that can decrease my libido? Should I be seeking an ultrasound or is it two late at this stage. My injury occurred at the beginning of January.View Thread
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