overbig erection strain - dorsal vein trauma - needing rest
Written by Elephant Man at 13 Jun 2006
Penile fracture? After I came.....comes a bruise
I hope this is where i can get the best info about my situation,
I had a accident during sex, specifically cumming off. I cum'ed very intensely when my penis was really really hard (big pressure). I felt a moderate pain/bruise (mild if it happened somewhere else), and it appears to be bruising a lil wif veins being like popped, no decoloration, bleeding, etc.
It has been 2 days since the incident, and i cant get a hard erection ongoing, it will go flaccid then after a while hard again, the bruise seems to bother less. I check if i was able to have another sexual intercourse but kinda failed misserablely, but i still came, with mild discomforts(almost ignorable)
Wat im worried about is this a penile fracture?, will i heel from itself? wat is the best thing to do basically? any help is appreciated.
Written by Robin at 15 Jun 2006
>I hope this is where i can get the best info about my situation,
This probably is the best place for info. and if so it is proof that the medical world is in a sorry state with this sort of question.
I really know nothing, except from the emails etc. I get, I answer this forum freely, please dont complain if you dont like what I say.
What you describe is typical for this forum, an overbig erection strain, ... this is not penis fracture, but it is some sort of injury/trauma - atypical penis fracture ... and what YOU MUST do is take a complete rest from sex for a couple of weeks ... you describe a bruise or a strain ... imagine your foot bruising or being strained, if you carry on exercising it then it will never get better, you must rest it.
Written by Elephant Man at 18 Jun
Thank you for your reply robin, and your description of my injury is just like my GPs.
Dorsal Vein Injury
Symptoms of my injury is a lil bruise, no pain unless pressure is applied, no decoloration, no bendings, no bleedings, injured veins hurt a lil when pressure is applied.
I went to see the my GP a couple of days a go and she described it as a dorsal vein trauma which i will inevitably heal from, depending on how much sex i have during the healing.
What im worried about is whether i will still get my 100% errection sustaining after i heal. Lately, i am able to get an erection 90% but unable to sustain it, maybe due to anxiety, and possibly because of the veins healing and not allowing as much blood as usual. Is this natural? and will i retain my usual stiffness?
However, I noticed my erection is improving and judging from my sperm it does not look like it has been affected by my injury.
I would like to add a little about my GPs note, she mentioned that penile fracture is a myth...and she advised me strongly against going on the net for information.
Written by Robin at 22 Jun 2006
Hi E man,
Dorsal vein trauma - I have seen this mentioned in the medical studies on MEDLINE (link on www.male-initiation.net/medicus.html and search for penis fracture dorsal vein - would probably work and then you will need the citation results).
>I went to see the my GP a couple of days a go and she described it as a dorsal vein trauma which i will inevitably heal from, depending on how much sex i have during the healing.
Your normal GP woman doctor, appears to know more about this subject than many urologists!!! I am quite amazed.
You will probably regain 100% erection but really you shouldnt be even thinking about or experimenting with this right now.
Sperm is not influenced by penis trauma/fracture.
>I would like to add a little about my GPs note, she mentioned that penile fracture is a myth...and she advised me strongly against going on the net for information.
Id like to know where she advises, if not the net, urologists had no idea of my complaint or that of many other men on this forum - penis fracture is not a myth otherwise there wouldnt be countless studies written on the subject in MEDLINE - and I never said you had a fracture - still I wont get angry at her - she seems to be about the only doctor who I have ever heard doing a good job in this area - lucky you.
Please return and tell us when and how you are cured, and just anyway in a few weeks time, to tell us how progress is - thanks