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Re: penis fracture question

Written by Robin at 07 Dec 2006 18:47:00:

As an answer to: penis fracture question written by Dave at 07 Dec 2006 18:12:18:

Hello Dave,

As you realise I am no profi, infact I admit freely to complete

Yours is not the sort of question I am used to - I dont know if I really want to get
involved ...

You had a typical fracture, which has sponataneously healed, but left
a bend ... no pain, be thankful, how much bend 10 degrees or 30

I believe shortening the long side is the only feasable operation to
straighten the penis out, but it seems a dicey business to me, how do
they know exactly how much to remove so that the erection becomes
straight? ... they cant operate during erection ...

then afterwards I suppose you could have another op. to lengthen the
whole penis ...

all I can do is reassure you that this shortening method is the only one
which I have heard of to straighten an erection.

If you decide to undergo this
surgery, please remember and give a report at best direct on the
forum for others.

This is not a sort of problem I usually deal with
or one which is NOT recognised by the medical profession. you have
professionals who can help you. My problems and those of others, have
no known diagnosis or cure - Ive done all I can for you -



I include my normal footnote
One optimistic thought is that at least we can contact each other these days with www.
I often wonder how it was even 20 yrs. ago, left totally alone with this problem, - I think Id have gone crazy without www. Men with our problems must have been going crazy throughout the last centuries.

Isolated and individual we will be as lost as the men pre interet - the chance we have today is as a group.

This forum and home page are becoming a collection of evidence on penis trauma/atypical fracture. I feel our collective need is our only hope (or certainly our main hope) of getting this problem recognised, and researched.

I wish others on the forum would come back and participate, everyone seems to want to go it alone or just give up ... and thats going to result in the same results that it has done for the last 1000 years : nothing.

its no use asking doctors to look at just “me” - the medical world cant be blamed on this subject - they have to think practically - our problem occurs perhaps one in 5,000 - any individual doctor probably sees only one case in his life -

So many of "us" have been to countless urologists for countless tests - and somehow we and the doctors are not getting results - so what are WE doing wrong that we could do better -

please think how a group can change a situation which individually we will never change.

Please contribute to this forum and talk with each other - dont just expect me to answer.


I feel what we need is a student Urologist to answer letters on the forum. Students have time to research, and a last year student doing a special research on this subject would be ideal - they are always looking for new subjects to write diploma work.

Im NOT online at home - I dont have the possibility to do internet research.
Please leave links and comments on other www addresses
which deal with these subjects - so that an index or network of
relevant pages can be developed. (Someone recently left a link which
enabled me to write to an online urology faculty asking if anyone can

Id love someone to spend a couple of hours using their “worry” energy positively to google for medical universities (esp. Urology dept.) and collect 50 or even 10 e mail addresses, ... and then send out spam like invitations to help ...


for dorsal vein injury see messages/160.htm

for pelvic floor disorder see messages/159.htm

for ideas on abstinence see thread starting messages/36.htm

for ideas on “being a man” even with a broken penis see messages/146.htm and

If you want to help me please go to support.



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