Thanks for reading my about my issues. I have been dealing with this for a long time and would like to find a solution to my problem. Eighteen years ago I damaged something in my pelvic region causing the below symptoms. This happened all at once. One day I masturbated, everything was fine. They next day, the symptoms were present.
No movement of my flaccid penis when I flex my pelvic muscles
Very, very weak movement in my penis felt when I pull my flaccid penis and then flex my pelvic muscles
Inability to squirt urine out of penis when I am done urinating. I have to shake it out or squeeze it out with my fingers. Otherwise, it just leaks out after I zip up.
Semen just leaks out during ejaculation. If I am masturbating, I can forcefully squirt it out if I compress my penis in rhythm with my contractions.
I have no erection issues. I can get as hard as I ever could, as often as I want. I am thankful that this is not a problem too!
When I first noticed the symptoms, I assumed that I just over masturbated and that things would heal with time. They never did. About six months later I went to see a urologist about the problem. He did some STD tests, which came back negative (I hadn't had sex in a while so I knew that they would). After that, he said that the problem was in my head. I didn't believe him, but was too embarrassed to push the issue or go to another urologist. I have been dealing with the issue ever since. My thoughts — I have damaged (detached?) either or both of the Bulbospongiosus and/or the Ischiocavernosus muscles. Is this possible? If so, can it be fixed? I would love to feel the normal ejaculation sensation during sex and to empty my urethra after urination again. I have tried Kegal exercises in case I just weakened the muscles. They didn't help. I didn't think this was the issue anyway since this the symptoms were acute. View Thread
Thanks for the reply vmorin1. No, I haven't found a solution. In my case, my erections are not affected. The are as strong as ever. However, I worry that this damage will affect my erections as I grow older.View Thread
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