CPPS/Painful Prostatitis

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Trav8701
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CPPS/Painful Prostatitis

Postby Trav8701 » Fri Mar 25, 2022 8:42 pm

Has anyone ever been implanted while actively dealing with these issues? If so, how has being implanted affected your experiences with these issues? How have these issues affected your post-implant life? Did you manage to cure these issues before being implanted? Talk about it here!
31. Jelq-HF in 2017. Has continued to get worse. 5mg daily cialis, 10mg on demand. Considering other options.

Fourtytwo00
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Re: CPPS/Painful Prostatitis

Postby Fourtytwo00 » Sat Mar 26, 2022 4:45 am

This is an interesting question. I suffered prostatitis two times last year. And some form of pelvic pain even now. In my case it reduces PDE5 effect and penile sensitivity. I'd like to know what happens if you undergo surgery with CPPS or you develop a prostatitis after being implanted.

Trav8701
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Re: CPPS/Painful Prostatitis

Postby Trav8701 » Sat Mar 26, 2022 9:26 pm

Really hoping someone [implanted] can offer some insight

Fourtytwo00 wrote:This is an interesting question. I suffered prostatitis two times last year. And some form of pelvic pain even now. In my case it reduces PDE5 effect and penile sensitivity. I'd like to know what happens if you undergo surgery with CPPS or you develop a prostatitis after being implanted.
31. Jelq-HF in 2017. Has continued to get worse. 5mg daily cialis, 10mg on demand. Considering other options.

Trav8701
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Re: CPPS/Painful Prostatitis

Postby Trav8701 » Fri Apr 01, 2022 10:38 pm

Has anyone with a history of chronic pelvic pain ever been implanted?

Trav8701 wrote:Has anyone ever been implanted while actively dealing with these issues? If so, how has being implanted affected your experiences with these issues? How have these issues affected your post-implant life? Did you manage to cure these issues before being implanted? Talk about it here!
31. Jelq-HF in 2017. Has continued to get worse. 5mg daily cialis, 10mg on demand. Considering other options.

TwoStep
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Re: CPPS/Painful Prostatitis

Postby TwoStep » Sun Apr 03, 2022 1:58 am

Is there really any evidence for a connection between hard flaccid and pain? I also have HF and ED due to the method of inadvertent self-harm known as jelqing, but I’ve never had any pain.

The only thing I could construe as pain is the feeling of pressure in the bulb and crura of the penis (the parts inside the body) during a would-be erection. This pressure isn’t abnormal, what’s abnormal is that the it isn’t associated with an erection because the part of the penis outside the body is not functioning.

Never_Enough
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Re: CPPS/Painful Prostatitis

Postby Never_Enough » Wed Nov 29, 2023 5:41 am

Trav8701 wrote:Has anyone ever been implanted while actively dealing with these issues? If so, how has being implanted affected your experiences with these issues? How have these issues affected your post-implant life? Did you manage to cure these issues before being implanted? Talk about it here!


I have this and am considering getting implanted next year... I can get erections OK with sildenafil or cialis but keeping them is hard as is not orgasming within a minute due to sensitivity.
38 m UK

Psychogenic ED since a teenager, no problems being fully erect alone.
2 kids, long term partner but also a new relationship.
Chronic pelvic pain developed in late 2023 making ED worse.
Extreme stress levels
Cialis 5 mg daily and 15 mg as prn


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