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    New to the site and glad I found it. A few months ago, I suffered an injury during sex. It appears to have affected my suspensory ligament. I used to be 7-7.25 inches erect and had a natural curve downward. It is now about 6 inches erect and curves upward. I can feel the tension on the ligament and it's preventing full growth.

    I spoke with two urologists and not happy with either of them. The first one prescribed Cialis. I told him it wasn't an issue getting an erection, just malformed from injury.

    Second doc did an exam and said there was nothing wrong with it. I explained what happened, and he said he couldn't make it larger. I wasn't asking him to make it larger, I just want it to go back to what it was. Neither of these docs really listened to me.
    (anyone in the Tampa Bay area have a urologist recommendation?)

    So, here I am, looking at a way to restore/stretch my suspensory ligament to get me back to what I was.

    Open to suggestions / devices / exercises, etc.

    Thanks.

    CW

  • #2
    Ok so 2 things could have happened the ligament could have tightened ,there could also be a retraction type effect in the pelvic floor .

    Any changes in toileting , flexibility etc ?
    Describe the initial event .

    After the initial period (which appears over anyway ) one would expect Pe to be of benifit . I would start out very gently .

    I hope Big Al will comment on this
    Last edited by Pegasus; 08-03-2021, 10:47 AM.

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    • #3
      No changes in anything else. Occurred after I slipped out and my partner landed on it. I wasn't fully erect.

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      • #4
        Welcome to the forum!

        What type of test did you have performed? If you have an issue with the ligaments of the penis then the Doppler would be the test to use to find any potential soft tissue anomalies.

        Note- The above shouldn't be construed as medical advice.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by CurvedWood View Post
          No changes in anything else. Occurred after I slipped out and my partner landed on it. I wasn't fully erect.
          How do you know this is a suspensory ligament injury? What do you mean you feel tension in the ligament? Where is this ligament you are talking about? What did these urologists say to you when you told them you injured your suspensory ligament?

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          • #6
            I can feel tightening in the top of my penis for the entire length. I told the docs about it and they just ignored me.
            It feels like there is a leash on the top of my penis holding it back.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CurvedWood View Post
              I can feel tightening in the top of my penis for the entire length. I told the docs about it and they just ignored me.
              It feels like there is a leash on the top of my penis holding it back.
              So do I understand if I say that when you have an erection there is a tightness you feel along the top of your penis - along the length of your penis? And you feel that tightness just in the penis, right? Not around the pubic bone? And you're also saying in your original post that your penis used to curve downward, but that tightness has your penis curving upward slightly? Am I understanding you?

              See, I'm not a doctor or anything and I don't want to offer anything like a diagnosis. It's just that your description of how you got this injury and some of what you are describing sounds more like trauma to the tunica albuginea than to the suspensory ligament. It's a fairly common thing for guys to have a partner on top, the penis slips out or part way out, and then the partner comes down on the penis and jams it. I'm curious if the urologists you saw talked to you about that at all as being a fairly common kind of injury. Sometimes this results in severe penis breakage where the tunica actually ruptures - rare but it does happen. Other times the trauma can result in Peyronies which is what kind of concerns me in what you are reporting, rather than there being an injury to the ligament.

              But again: I'm not a doctor or anything, just a guy who has read a lot of stuff and studied his own anatomy very closely over the years. I can't really offer advice on what to do about the effects this injury is having.

              I think it might be worth while to continue your quest for a urologist you feel you can have a better conversation with. I'm sure there's one out there.

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              • #8
                I have had that happen before and this is different. This is more like a knotty rope at the top, the entire length of the shaft.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by CurvedWood View Post
                  I have had that happen before and this is different. This is more like a knotty rope at the top, the entire length of the shaft.
                  What have you had happen before, but this time it is different??? You need to start posting with some clarity if you want help from us.

                  Are you trying to say that you have had Peyronie's disease before? That's what I was asking you about.

                  A knotty rope at the top of the penis along the entire length of the shaft??? Again: this is not making any sense. I shouldn't have to work harder at this than you are.

                  Go see another doctor.

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                  • #10
                    What I had happen before was when my ex wife was on top, bounced a lil too high and came down on me. It did rupture one of the vessels and I turned black and blue for a few weeks. No perm injury, but did take a few months to fully heal. Not Peyronie's disease.

                    This time is different. No black and blue, nothing ruptured, just what I described. If I stretch out my shaft, there is something that feels like a knotty rope at the top, running the entire length. It wasn't there prior to the incident and is definitely preventing full growth when I get an erection. Seems more like it's the superficial or deep dorsal vein from the location of it. It is the top center of the shaft, but definitely feels like it has little knots or bumps in it.

                    Doing a little more research, I don't think it's the suspensory ligament.

                    Hopefully that adds more light to it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CurvedWood View Post
                      What I had happen before was when my ex wife was on top, bounced a lil too high and came down on me. It did rupture one of the vessels and I turned black and blue for a few weeks. No perm injury, but did take a few months to fully heal. Not Peyronie's disease.

                      This time is different. No black and blue, nothing ruptured, just what I described. If I stretch out my shaft, there is something that feels like a knotty rope at the top, running the entire length. It wasn't there prior to the incident and is definitely preventing full growth when I get an erection. Seems more like it's the superficial or deep dorsal vein from the location of it. It is the top center of the shaft, but definitely feels like it has little knots or bumps in it.

                      Doing a little more research, I don't think it's the suspensory ligament.

                      Hopefully that adds more light to it.
                      Did the change in the length and curvature direction happen overnight or progressively over several weeks? It may be useful to track any further changes on a regular basis and compare them after 2 or more weeks with your initial measurements (perhaps taking a picture as well) to be sure that it is not the accute phase of Peyronie's. In the meantime definitely try to schedule an appointment with a different doctor.
                      Initial measurements (August 2021): 6.3 NBPEL, 5.9 EG, 30 left-pointed curvature
                      Long-term goal: 7.5 NBPEL, 6.3 EG, 15 left-pointed curvature (or less)

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                      • #12
                        Pe shoud help you .
                        It seems you have had some kind of contraction along the top of your penis .
                        Since the initial healing period is over I would start pe with leght stretches and edging .

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