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Quote from: Mikel7 on May 05, 2022, 05:42:51 AMSo it was confirmed through the MRI that you don't have peyronies but you only have pain when flaccid? I wonder if you have some slight nerve damage or other muscle/pelvic disorders contributing to it? Nerves can take a long time to heal up. Your erection looks normal. Did you have your circulation checked in your penis when they did the MRI? Ultrasounds will clearly show the blood circulation and if there is a problem. I believe the cold temps do not help things out either. Do you exercise or walk regularly? Do you have healthy eating habits or smoke? Just some things to consider.
Quote from: James884 on May 05, 2022, 03:25:33 PMHazelboy98 does your pain also go when erect? Thanks
Quote from: Hazelboy98 on May 05, 2022, 03:59:25 PMIt goes away when I'm erect, I mostly only have pain when I'm flaccid and walking around. Urologists are useless at figuring out why that is and prefer to call me crazy
Quote from: James884 on May 05, 2022, 05:23:36 PMSorry for the questions but after your injury did you still carry on masturbatung and having sex? I believe this is also another factor in why I have pain because I never left it long enough to heal initially.