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Hey guys for the past few days and nights I have been experiencing a ton of bizzare symptoms. The first of which I describe as a burning near the top base of my penis. This comes and goes. The next would be that when I am lounging on the couch for a while or lying in bed I have a much fuller and longer flaccid penis then I have ever had before. The third symptom is that I am getting 3x a night to urinate and everytime I have a 50-75% erection that points straight to the floor.

Anybody have any clue? Seems like a possible penile suspensory ligamanent issue but I had a pelvic cat scan that yielded no negative results.

How can I be having better/bigger flaccids but worse erections?
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Re: Fuller Flaccid, Burning near base, weaker nocturnal/morning erections
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2017, 02:11:31 PM »

hardcoremagicking, this could be Chlamydia?, probably not but worth checking out  :-\

Chlamydia symptoms in men include: White, cloudy or watery discharge from the tip of the penis; Pain, discomfort or a 'burning sensation' when urinating; Inflammation, tenderness and pain in and around the testicles.
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Re: Fuller Flaccid, Burning near base, weaker nocturnal/morning erections
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2017, 02:57:27 PM »

Haha I thought so too!....I had it ruled out as well as UTI and Gonnorhea....Im just very concerned as to my my flacid penis is way fuller than usual . I havent taken viagra in a week. However I did sprain my lower back a few weeks ago and have been doing "pelvic tilts" and "bridge" exercises for it. Maybe its having an effect on bloodflow to my penis.
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Re: Fuller Flaccid, Burning near base, weaker nocturnal/morning erections
« Reply #3 on: January 22, 2017, 05:26:27 AM »

Thanks hardcoremagicking, I am going to try pelvic tilts also, if they increase blood flow to the groin area (seems feasible ) then they may help with flaccid hang  :) ;D
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Re: Fuller Flaccid, Burning near base, weaker nocturnal/morning erections
« Reply #4 on: January 22, 2017, 05:28:39 AM »

By the way hardcoremagicking, I do body weight and kettle bell squats, they are great also  :) ;D
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I have similar symptoms without the burning or need to urinate that much during the night. But my flaccid penis is generally fuller and much longer (up to an inch longer than normal). I am also getting the nocturnal fullness where my penis will very long but not erect. I know these are not common Peyronies symptoms so I am confused. It's better than shrinkage but still different and therefore concerning.

I have CPPS but that's mostly under control right now. Besides Peyronies the only change recently that I can attribute is reverse kegels that I do regularly. I've read that Peyronies can in some cases be the result of penile suspensory ligament abnormality and be corrected with surgery. Any thoughts?
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