Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

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Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby PSSDorAmINormal » Wed Aug 03, 2022 1:02 am

Within the past several days, I have noticed that I am starting to experience urgency and a slight loss of bladder control. The leaking often occurs several minutes after a trip to the bathroom for a bowel movement. There will be like a slight burning sensation in my rectal area and then suddenly I leak. I usually clench and stop any further leaking. Once while outdoors, I leaked multiple times and it was almost like my bladder just kept leaking and dripping. The thing is, it is more than just a few drips, it is sometimes a weak stream. I always get the feeling when I'm sitting. However sometimes I have a sudden urgency to urinate upon standing. It feels as though it is flowing and ready to come out. I have had a few minor accidents, and the other day while I was in my car I had a strong urge/need to urinate and all I had was an empty size small milkshake cup. It was not an easy task to pee while sitting in a car, and let me tell you the cup was filled to the max and I had to squeeze it off because I was afraid I was about to run it over.

Also kind of unrelated to the urgency issue, I notice my penis kind of rotates and points left when I am seated on the toilet. Also my flaccid size is highly variable. Sometimes more of a retracted or inverted appearance, but I can "shake" it out or loosen it up a bit.

Just wondering if these things sound like classic pelvic floor problems or if anybody has a similar issue.
SWM/never married. 39 years and not experienced. Injuries/trauma at young age due to lack of guidance and good sex ed. Low libido, loss of sensitivity/numbness. Possible PD and probable PSSD. No tests or doppler. Offered tadalafil, clomid and sildenafil

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Re: Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby Frank Talk Admin » Tue Oct 04, 2022 2:50 pm

These are all classic CPPS symptoms. Don't freak out. Very treatable. I had one guy whose penis curled when he needed to urinate. Bladder control, retracted penis...shifting size. Yep. all common symptoms.
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Re: Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby dockuda » Tue Oct 04, 2022 9:59 pm

PLease tell me how does one treat it. It has destroyed my sex life and penis is an appendage without any feeling.
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Re: Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby PSSDorAmINormal » Tue Oct 04, 2022 11:30 pm

Frank Talk Admin wrote:These are all classic CPPS symptoms. Don't freak out. Very treatable. I had one guy whose penis curled when he needed to urinate. Bladder control, retracted penis...shifting size. Yep. all common symptoms.
Paul


Took a really long time to get feedback here.
SWM/never married. 39 years and not experienced. Injuries/trauma at young age due to lack of guidance and good sex ed. Low libido, loss of sensitivity/numbness. Possible PD and probable PSSD. No tests or doppler. Offered tadalafil, clomid and sildenafil

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Re: Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby dockuda » Thu Oct 06, 2022 8:35 pm

PSSD....,

Your symptoms are very similar to mine. I'd like to message you to find out about your Journey.


Thanks
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Re: Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby cobylinks » Thu Oct 06, 2022 10:27 pm

Wow
I was just thinking how to post my "discovery ".
If I deflate all the way it seems like I have to go pee all the time.
Also have had several times when I leaked (sometimes more than others)
and also sprayed all over.
I found that it I give myself a hard tug at the end of my penis it solves 90% of the "spray" issue.
Also found that if I half pump before going to bed and leave it that way I don't have to get up 2-3 times a night.
Seems the fluid that is being stored in the reservoir was pressing on my bladder so if I release some of the pressure off of my bladder I can go almost all night without having to pee. I also found the perfect relaxed state(for me) between hard and flaccid.
I pump up to the very max then deflate by only pushing the deflate bars on my titan
(No squeezing the penis) be patient and give it a min. Or two. The pressure equalizes and I have a great look as well as reduced pressure on my bladder.
Hopes this helps!
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Re: Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby PSSDorAmINormal » Wed Oct 12, 2022 3:04 pm

cobylinks wrote:I pump up to the very max then deflate by only pushing the deflate bars on my titan
(No squeezing the penis) be patient and give it a min. Or two. The pressure equalizes and I have a great look as well as reduced pressure on my bladder.
Hopes this helps!


I don't have the same equipment. I don't have an implant so it can't be that!
SWM/never married. 39 years and not experienced. Injuries/trauma at young age due to lack of guidance and good sex ed. Low libido, loss of sensitivity/numbness. Possible PD and probable PSSD. No tests or doppler. Offered tadalafil, clomid and sildenafil

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Re: Normal or a symptom of hard flaccid?

Postby PSSDorAmINormal » Wed Oct 12, 2022 3:05 pm

dockuda wrote:PSSD....,

Your symptoms are very similar to mine. I'd like to message you to find out about your Journey.


Thanks

Sure thing
SWM/never married. 39 years and not experienced. Injuries/trauma at young age due to lack of guidance and good sex ed. Low libido, loss of sensitivity/numbness. Possible PD and probable PSSD. No tests or doppler. Offered tadalafil, clomid and sildenafil


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