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Problems with erection when moving
« on: September 25, 2022, 11:43:05 AM »

Hi there,

I have a question regarding erectile dysfunction. I have noticed that every time when I get an erection and move, I slowly lose it. To be more specficic, when I lie down on my back and get an erection, the quality of erection is fine and I can use it no problem. However, once I start moving (or when I change a sexual position), my penis slowly loses hardness. The problem is that I don't understand whether there's a psychological hurdle (anxiety) or more a physical problem (had this issue long before developing Peyronies). I've been thinking that perhaps when I move, the blood flow is somehow affected?

Have you experienced something similar? Any advice?

Thanks
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Re: Problems with erection when moving
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2022, 08:03:19 AM »

Could it perhaps be pelvic floor related? Weakness/Tightness possibly?

You say you lose an erection slowly after changing positions so I do not see the big issue here unless you plan to make an impression of johnny sins and keep slamming her around new positions every other minute. ;D
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Re: Problems with erection when moving
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2022, 08:56:36 AM »

hahahah, I had a really good laugh just now

In any case, I'm not sure about pelvic floor/tightness though, I have no idea how I could possibly know whether I have problems with my pelvic muscles or not (excuse my ignorance). It's just a bit bizarre that my erections used to be more stable but now it takes some effort to maintain them. I basically just messaged my urologist and asked to do a US (just to be sure)

I mean it'd be great to be a bit like Johnny Sins but let's be a bit more realistic about life  ;D
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26 y. o. Peyronie since 2020: upward congenital curvature from the bottom - 20*; twist and curve to the left - 25*; two visible dents on the left side; multiple plaques everywhere; no pain

Vitamins; Tadafil; traction/bending; VED - nothing worked

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Re: Problems with erection when moving
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2022, 03:17:13 PM »

I had this in a major way for probably a year or more and found it very frustrating. Just turning on my side or standing would see it die totally in seconds and I was fairly convinced this was venous leakage. It seems to be improving now since changes in my diet and I can only hope it continues. I also have a soft glan, however that is also improving.

There is nothing I have done that might improve the pelvic floor, though that would certainly be a good idea.
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Re: Problems with erection when moving
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2022, 03:17:19 AM »

I have the problem too.
As soon as I stand up, my erection goes away almost completely.

Whether it comes from years of masturbating while sitting or lying down or whether it is something physiological...I don't know.

Strangely enough, I have less problems with erection when I get up in the morning and walk to the bathroom.
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Re: Problems with erection when moving
« Reply #5 on: November 18, 2022, 03:33:05 AM »

hahahah, I had a really good laugh just now

In any case, I'm not sure about pelvic floor/tightness though, I have no idea how I could possibly know whether I have problems with my pelvic muscles or not (excuse my ignorance). It's just a bit bizarre that my erections used to be more stable but now it takes some effort to maintain them. I basically just messaged my urologist and asked to do a US (just to be sure)

I mean it'd be great to be a bit like Johnny Sins but let's be a bit more realistic about life  ;D

Same issue here. I might have pelvic floor issues but I am not sure. I had to do a transrectal ultrasound due to my TRT treatment. I can only say the ultrasound did cause one of the worst pains in my live. The urologist said it should be almost painless normally. Prostate looked OK btw. He sent me to a pelvic floor therapist, let's see how that goes.

Anyone of you with a similar experience during ultrasound?
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Re: Problems with erection when moving
« Reply #6 on: November 18, 2022, 07:33:17 AM »

classic symptom of a venous leak
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Re: Problems with erection when moving
« Reply #7 on: November 19, 2022, 05:30:57 PM »

classic symptom of a venous leak

I disagree. If you had venous leakage, then you would not be able to achieve a firm erection initially. As you mentioned anxiety I would lean more towards anxiety as the underlying issue.
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