- 07-03-2011 #1
- Join Date
- Jul 2011
Around 4 months ago during an overzealous stretching session, I think I really hurt my suspensory ligament. It's basically a near-constant, dull soreness at the base of penis, at the top and usually in the center. There is also a "cold" sensation involved, maybe due to poor blood flow, but I've found a gentle massage seems to help that.
At first it was painless but "loose", and achieving erection was difficult. Eventually these symptoms disappeared, so I tried easing my way back into PE, only to quickly injure myself again, this time with soreness involved. I decided to quit PE completely and refrain from any other activity as much as possible, but even the slightest messing around seemed to increase soreness. I have since completely abstained from any kind of sexual activity, going on over a month now with little improvement....it's miserable. I also regularly put heat on the area and occasionally try to massage it a bit. I have a hunch that nighttime erections are stalling the healing process, but of course I don't know.
Anyway, do you think if I continue leaving it alone it will eventually get better? Based on what I've read around here (like Big Al's sticky), this is going on too long. I will consult a doctor soon, but input from anyone who can help or relate would be really appreciated.
- 07-03-2011 #2
I would leave it alone and consult a Dr. injuries can take alot of time to heal depending on how bad you injured your suspensory ligament. Some healings take a long time, I'm still recovering from a sickness I got in early Jan.Hard 8 1/2" BPEL 6.5" EG
B height: 6' 1" (185.42 cm)
P diameter at the glans in Inches: 2
P diameter right in the middle in Inches: 2
P diameter at the Penis radix in Inches: 2.10
Penis length in Inches: 8.25
Penis Volume: 26.81 Inches³ (390.56cm³)
Penisfactor of 2.37
- 07-03-2011 #3
Yes, that's been a long time. You should consult a Urologist and/or Neurologist. The Urologist can prescribe a test that will see how your blood flow is through your unit. The neurologist is someone you see if the other doctors have no idea what's going on. If you read through the lengthy thread on Hard Flaccid (HF) you can see that it is likely they have some injury to a nerve or nerve-root. This is probably not your injury, but it is indicative how difficult these injuries can be to treat. These injures require long recoveries, but don't think about that yet, just make an appt with a urologist first.
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