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jcdflies

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2 months post op - intense pain
« on: July 11, 2013, 01:07:56 AM »

2 months ago I had a successful penile plication on my congenital downward curvature of 85 degrees. I am now fully straight and satisfied with the length.

I am not having sex but I can experience full erection and orgasm enjoyably. However, it seems that the blood doesn't drain from the tissue as it should - the erection goes down but the penis stays "heavy" for hours and hours. This would be fine except for 20 minutes after an orgasm I experience a dull pain beginning in the head of the penis and then it expands and intensifies throughout the shaft and eventually into the entire groin and scrotum area over the following 3-5 hours. The pain is so intense that I will wake up sick to my stomach. I have found the only thing to relieve it (besides pain pills) is a warm bath.

During a warm bath the penis finally fully returns to flaccid state and the pain recedes. Should I be concerned or not?

Also, confession time, I did not do the suggested "massages" except maybe 4 days out of the first month. Could this be a result of scar tissue because I didn't do the massages correctly?
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Re: 2 months post op - intense pain
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2013, 05:41:40 PM »

jcdflies,
There is no need to put duplicate posts on the forum. I deleted your other one as I think this is the correct location for your post.

I don't link lack of post op massage has cause any scar tissue. But I can't explain why it is taking so long for your erection to relax. Are you taking any Erectile Dysfunction drugs (Viagra, Cialis, etc.)?
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Re: 2 months post op - intense pain
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2013, 01:45:44 AM »

No I am not taking any type of Erectile Dysfunction medication.

I should mention that I also have Type 1 diabetes and that may be extending the healing time - though I am healthy, 24 and have not experienced previous diabetes complications.
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Re: 2 months post op - intense pain
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2013, 07:44:29 AM »

Any issues at all before the surgery with achieving erections or following orgasm?
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Re: 2 months post op - intense pain
« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2013, 11:39:20 AM »

2 months post op isnt really a long time i would just give it time and take it easy.
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