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kalu12

Can someone help me with this problem that I have , specifically hourglassing

While going from soft to hard i experience hourglassing in the mid shaft
I can't achive a firm errection, some people say it's caused by tight pelvic floor muscles, or issues with pevic floor, other people say it's scar tissue or fibrosis inside the penis
Can somebody give me some advice or people that have had hourglassing and got rid of it or cured it

Thanks
Age 25
Single
Ed, soft glans, Hourglassing
No curve

Lostand Looking24

I had this for around two years before I had developed peyronies. Still not sure exactly what the cause is.

Although weirdly I do not have it anymore
23
Symptoms at 22
Diagnosed
Curve to the right that fluctuates between 20-30 degrees and indentation. Indent is exactly where the curve is.

bentoboy

Can you explain more?  
27 y. o. Peyronies since 2020: very mild S curvature with the top part tilting to the left - 10*. Extensive scarring everywhere, wasting, hourglassing, lumps. Progressive Peyronies Disease, never stabilised. Somewhat acceptable EQ.

bentoboy

Quote from: Lostand Looking24 on July 05, 2024, 07:01:17 AMI had this for around two years before I had developed peyronies. Still not sure exactly what the cause is.

Although weirdly I do not have it anymore

Can you elaborate more on how your condition improved? Thanks
27 y. o. Peyronies since 2020: very mild S curvature with the top part tilting to the left - 10*. Extensive scarring everywhere, wasting, hourglassing, lumps. Progressive Peyronies Disease, never stabilised. Somewhat acceptable EQ.

Lostand Looking24

Quote from: bentoboy on July 06, 2024, 06:50:19 PMCan you elaborate more on how your condition improved?

Sure. When getting an erection pretty much up until about 75% erect there would be a visible hourglass. I looked around on Reddit at the time and saw quite a few people who had the same thing, and I'm pretty sure its a symptom of hard flaccid or something to do with the pelvic floor, in other words unrelated to peyronies. It did not happen every time getting an erection. It most commonly happened if I got an erection not long after ejaculating.

This post from Reddit has images of what it looks like from some guy who has it. There are many other images on Reddit of people with it if you look around: https://old.reddit.com/r/PeyroniesSupport/comments/1d998vd/flaccid_semierect_hourglass_erect_indentation_5/ (click on the image where he says its a 60% erection).

But yeah, for some reason when I started dealing with peyronies, I've never once experienced that again. I have no idea why it went away.

Ironically enough, I recall searching hourglass shape penis into google and discovering what peyronies was at the time, and the relief I felt when I realised it wasn't that. Lo and behold here I am a few years later 8)
 
23
Symptoms at 22
Diagnosed
Curve to the right that fluctuates between 20-30 degrees and indentation. Indent is exactly where the curve is.

kalu12

How did you aquired peyronies ?
And what caused it ? also is it in the same exact location that you had hourglassing before ?

Thanks
Age 25
Single
Ed, soft glans, Hourglassing
No curve