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Damanged Suspensory Ligament

Hello,

I come here looking for some kind of guidance and just information in general.  I have searched all over the internet and found so many stories of guys, just like me, who have damaged their suspensory penile ligament.  This happened to my last March (march 2013).  I was being an idiot and just stretching my fully erect penis downward for minutes at a time, not really sure even why i was doing it.  Anyway, after seeing 2 urologists in the months after, they gave me little to no help, other than just "it'll get better with time" and lay off sex for awhile.  I waited, and waited, and it continued to not get better with time.  So many symptoms to list.  Erections are so much weaker than before (im 22 years old), I used to get rock hard.  Now i would say its 65-70%.  No real morning woods.  When flaccid, it just sort of hangs straight down, almost feeling detached from body.  I cannot detect any gap in bone though, although it is super loose and "spongy".  The head of my penis when erect is soft and squishy.  I also have had trouble with pre mature ejaculation ever since this injury which i never really had before.  I guess im just here looking for ANYTHING to help this.  From everythign Ive read, there really isnt anything anyone can do, thats why Docs just say "just lay off of it, itll get better" because they genuinely dont know what to do to fix.  Can Viagra help? Im 22 and taking that already this early in life scares me.  Are there research studies out there working to fix injuries this these.  So many guys seem to suffer from this, and it seems like its just a lost cause.  
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This question is nearly 7 years old... but did you find any solution? ... I think I am in the same situation.
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I did PE and it was the last erection which I got before doing it. It has been 2 days since I had neither got an erection nor do I get a sexual drive. Please let me know what is the problem as I m totally depressed because of it.
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139792 tn?1498585650
I think annyne has given the right suggestion.Rest for some time may help you. For some time do not get aroused sexually. You can do this by practicing slow and deep abominate breathing. This will help you to have complete rest. If there is any injury, it will heal by this rest. when you want to be active sexually, you can do male deer exercise, kegel exercise, anal breathing, satkriya. Google these words to know the details of exercise. Choose any or all of them and do them periodically.
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Hi
Im 34 years old and i have an injury in my penile area after having sex with a woman that was very hard i think she broke something inside my penis or something that hold the penis when erected
After 3 weeks of rest i felt better i could have my erection by 80% so i tried to have sex again wich i did but feel terrible after that again and it is being 3 days now i have pain and no erections
What can it be ?
Please help im really depressed
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I think it might be helpful if you could separate in your mind "damaged suspensory penile ligament" from your mild sexual dysfunctions. Linking the two is not at all helpful and is only making you miserable.Suspensory Ligament damage, as a cause of poor quality erections, is something of a myth and a red herring.
Approach your mild sexual dysfunctions as separate, independent entities. If it is preventing you from entering a relationship then take something like Cialis 20 mg a few hours before the event. This will give you a strong erection and help you to get your confidence back. You should then be able to move on from there.
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I am suffering from the same injury, please contact me at ***@**** so we can try to find a solution.
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