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Quote from: Paolo on August 10, 2020, 06:15:52 AMHard flaccid is when your erection doesn't completely subside and you end up with your penis stuck out 90 degrees (straight) and about a 1/3 to 2/3rd its erection size.I don't know what causes it but I think the sympathetic nervous system (excitation) and the parasympathetic nervous system (relaxation) gets stuck, or malfunctions somehow
Quote from: smashin on August 11, 2020, 08:11:27 PMGreat information Dipstick. Yes I think we're in the same boat. I had pelvic floor issues before my peyronies type symptoms began. And I believe you can eventually relax this fascia too, as sometimes it actually hangs well. I think there is a psychological component to the pelvic floor flexing too.Unfortunately I have a mild peyronies band either side below the glans, caused from tears, which has caused the end of the cavernosa to harden just below the glans, due to the compressive nature of the bands, though I feel this is not related to the hard flaccid. Sometimes this looks better than others and all in all it my penis is straight, it's more a narrowing that is the problem.Have you lost sensation in the glans?
Quote from: smashin on August 15, 2020, 07:56:44 AMThought it might be worth bringing up Dipstick; I also had inguinal hernia mesh surgery (larascopic)I felt the tightness in the abdomen before I had this though, so I really don't know if this is the cause or not. The area of the hernia and my abdomen was really hard and tough for months and months. It has gone down now, but I can still feel tough tissue in the inguinal area, and if I prod around there is a nerve which I can rub which causes a very sharp sensation. I don't know if the hernia mesh caused this, or simply caused the area to heal in the way my muscles were set at the time. Either way I do have a thickening feeling to the tunica along the dorsal side, and hardened nerves arteries in that area.I honestly don't know how much of a cause the mesh is, but I was in agony after it was performed and bled internally for a while and actually passed out twice the day after. Heythereyou2233456; don't suppose you had hernia surgery also?