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Author Topic: Is "hard flaccid" more at risk of injury?  (Read 146 times)

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Markyj

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Is "hard flaccid" more at risk of injury?
« on: September 15, 2020, 04:10:57 PM »

I know flaccid injuries don't generally cause any peyronie's or serious problems but hard flaccid makes the penis a little less flexible.  I was wondering if hard flaccid puts the penis at increased risk due to the decreased flexibility or any other reasons.  I think it probably wouldn't be at much of an increased risk because the tunica is still thick and pressure is still low but wanted to know if anyone knows more about this. thanks
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Keith Walts

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Re: Is "hard flaccid" more at risk of injury?
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2020, 11:54:19 AM »

I'd think so, my HF causes my penis to twist as well as a lot of blood to enter it. I feel like I've injured myself so much more since I got HF 2 years ago then I ever did normally living before.
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Hard flaccid, large flaccid, dents, narrowing, hard veins lumps, shorter erections, uneven inflation
Doppler 3/19 with induced erection Diagnosed with Corporal Fibrosis
Doppler 1/20 flaccid - Told it was clear
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Re: Is "hard flaccid" more at risk of injury?
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2020, 04:57:12 PM »

Hard flaccid is said to have less blood flow. Does this mean there would be less blood in the flaccid penis or more because it isn't flowing out?  If it has more blood in it then does that mean it is more likely to get injured because the pressure is higher?  I know it would still be much lower pressure than an erection but just curious.
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Re: Is "hard flaccid" more at risk of injury?
« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2020, 05:29:22 PM »

I know this isn't a peyronie's related question but I am not sure where else to ask this and thought someone here might know.  I looked online and can't find an answer to whether or not the hard flaccid penis has significantly increased pressure in it due to the decreased blood flow leaving more blood engorging it
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Re: Is "hard flaccid" more at risk of injury?
« Reply #4 on: September 22, 2020, 07:43:24 PM »

Anyone?  Even if you don't know for sure, any educated guess?
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