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Unread 10-17-2012, 09:13 PM   #81
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Hey man,

I hear you guys, I have had the exact same problems. I did those stretching exercises (even though I didnt need to, I was just very insecure) and after masturbating one night I was left with little sensation in m penis and all the other classic symptoms.

Symptoms included, as Im sure you may have experienced:

- Lack of sensation
- Lack of nocturnal and spontaneous erection
-'Firm flaccid' penis

My Dr was absolutely of no help - he said to just take it easy and hope for the best.

I have found that in the year since it happened, Gingko Biloba has helped a lot and there are other similar products out there.

My feeling is that the nerves are so delicate etc that it will take a few years to fully rejuvenate.

Thanks and please share your thoughts on this
Has your condition gotten any better since you last wrote anything here?
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Unread 10-17-2012, 09:19 PM   #82
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Hey man,

I hear you guys, I have had the exact same problems. I did those stretching exercises (even though I didnt need to, I was just very insecure) and after masturbating one night I was left with little sensation in m penis and all the other classic symptoms.

Symptoms included, as Im sure you may have experienced:

- Lack of sensation
- Lack of nocturnal and spontaneous erection
-'Firm flaccid' penis

My Dr was absolutely of no help - he said to just take it easy and hope for the best.

I have found that in the year since it happened, Gingko Biloba has helped a lot and there are other similar products out there.

My feeling is that the nerves are so delicate etc that it will take a few years to fully rejuvenate.

Thanks and please share your thoughts on this
what percentage of sensation would you say that you have gained back in the time since the injury? how long ago did the injury occur?
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Unread 11-14-2012, 07:17 AM   #83
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Hi to you all,

i just registered for this kind of problem. To my history i get no sexual sensations from my glans since nearly 8 years. Since 8 years i tought i was hit by en EBV-Virus infections so hard that it still does affect me, because i got still problems with motivation and concentration and so on and so is my sex-drive non-existent, before that i was a sex monster. Then 2 weeks ago i felt pretty good and realized that the cause that my penis doenst work at all might be really nerve damage. And im pretty sure it is. I thought 8 years its all in my mind but it isnt my mind is clear. Whats really crazy is and i can tell you is when you have no sexdrive at all (and no its NOT just in your mind - chop of your friend youll see) you will loose all motivation for doing anything in life, sounds pretty stupid i know but believe me all thats how our brains work, doing anything which could give you the chance to make babies will make you fun to to. But if you have no sexdrive youre not useful anymore for the nature. To myself just that you know, i really good looking guy well educated did/could have to most gorgeous babes in the world but cant because his friend down there doenst sent him any pleasureable feelings anymore up to his brain.

OK, i know i sound a bit ruff, but iam pretty down at the moment. All i wanted to say is that i will go on monday to one of the best doctors in the world (hes pretty famous) and he´ll do an high res ultrasound to check for the dorsalnerves. When he is finding something i will tell you but i dont know what in the world he could do to help me otherwise he got some Star-Trek medicine techniques i dont know.

Before i forget i did also those streching techniques not really professionell but just a few times under the shower for a few seconds but with hugh force i think about 100N or more.

All i can say is that this ist the worst what to a man can happen besides getting full handicapped in sitting in an wheelchair.

I hope on monday this doc has miracles in his pocket, otherwise iam pretty much doomed for my life.
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Unread 12-29-2013, 06:50 PM   #84
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HEi Acer123

I EXPERIENCED EXACTLY THE SAME AS YOU

I am from Germany i me too i used a stretching device and i have the the Problems like you....

I have to talk to you personally about that...

I hope you will be able to reach this message......

I have we can communicate...

Greettz
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Unread 01-05-2014, 06:32 AM   #85
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Hey has any of you been able to reverse it?

How about taking B Vitamins, Omega 3 etc.. any encouraging stories?
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Unread 03-04-2014, 02:00 PM   #86
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Hey has any of you been able to reverse it?

How about taking B Vitamins, Omega 3 etc.. any encouraging stories?
I tried B vitamines and carnitine but i didn't solve the problem.
Anyone who can suggest anything?
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Unread 09-08-2014, 05:23 AM   #87
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It sounds very much like you are now suffering from something called 'autonomic dysfunction'. That is where the automatic nerve functions that we take for granted are malfunctioning. In your case, due to injury. It is impossible to tell if it can ever be corrected, as its all down to the cause for the individual.

To try & put your mind at rest a little, as it is improving, albeit at a rate not satisfactory for you, then I think its safe to assume that over the next twelve months it should recover to a level that you hardly notice.

I too have issues due to nerve compression from a cycling injury & twelve months later, things have improved a lot. The main issue I have is temperature regulation, so my penis & testicles go randomly cold. This has improved since I started taking a high dose of Vitamin B12, which helps to recover & maintain healthy nerves. While erections & ejaculation are fine, I find both painful, but again, this has been slowly improving over the past twelve months.

I think your outlook is good though, as you have no pain & things have been improving. Patience is the key & grab yourself some high dose Vitamin B12.

I sincerely wish you a speedy recovery dude...
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