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My penis got bent during rough masturbation. What should I do?

My penis got bent during rough masturbation. What should I do?

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Published At January 31, 2018
Reviewed AtJuly 1, 2023

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

Two months ago, I got my penis bent during rough masturbation. It is still bent a bit at the head and the shaft. During sex, I feel something is wrong. I also feel that my penis has become more flaccid and swollen. It feels a little bit larger and very soft. All these problems started right after my penis got bent. Before this, everything was fine. Currently, I have sex once in five to six days. I have a little pain when I enter my wife's vagina, which is not very intense. And I have a burning sensation after ejaculation.

When my penis got bent, I did not hear any popping sound nor feel any intense pain. I get a normal erection even now, but it does not last. I last longer when there is a long gap between two sexual intercourse. Sometimes, I feel a burning sensation after I urinate. I got my penis examined by a sexologist, who said it to be a disorder of the nerves. He denied it to be Peyronie's disease after checking my penis and pressing here and there in and around the penis and asking me if I felt pain. I was having normal pain. He did not advise any test, and he just said that it would be cured in a month. He prescribed me really expensive medicines to take. What should I do? I am very scared for my sex life. Please help me. I am uploading some images of my penis at rest and in an erection.

Hi,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

I appreciate that you have come up with the issue before wasting money, as many people do. Also, you have described your problem very clearly. I have seen the attached photos (attachment removed to protect patient identity). It is not a penile fracture from the history and the look. There is a slight downward tilt, which does not warrant any treatment. The pain at the start of sex is due to less lubrication; use your saliva profusely over your penis and your wife's genitals before penetration. The appearance of the penis is also very normal. Erection is dynamic and depends on many environmental and mental states. The decreased erection is transient and variable many times and will return to normal in time. With increasing sexual experience, the pleasure and erection may be less occasionally. For burning after ejaculation, I suggest increasing the frequency of sexual intercourse to twice a week at least. If it is persistent, then get a urine routine before and after the prostatic massage. I suggest you try the tablet Tadaflo (Tadalafil) 5 mg every evening. It is a very low dose of Tadalafil for 15 days.

Patient's Query

Hi doctor,

Thank you for replying.

But I feel my penis is very skinny, very soft, and flaccid, as if it is dead. I feel very embarrassed when my penis does not fully erect in spite of doing a lot of foreplay. I get an erection, but I lose it before penetration or before my wife reaches an orgasm. What is wrong with me? I am very scared. Please help.

Hi,

Welcome back to icliniq.com.

I suggest taking the tablet Tadaflo (Tadalafil) 5 mg daily evening. If premature ejaculation is a problem, then we can discuss that but after 10 days of starting the treatment. The brain is a larger sex organ than the penis or breast. Any sexual act should culminate in the satisfaction of both partners to be successful. The way of having intercourse is more important than the physical appearance of your organs to your partner. Many marriages are under stress due to the need for sexual counseling. Social inhibition to seek medical advice on issues like premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction may lead to poor sexual quality of life. For men having early or premature ejaculation, a wide range of treatments is available. First, one should give importance to partner satisfaction. Foreplay is very important in sex. Considering sex as a horse riding game is the biggest mistake. Directly inserting the penis and knocking it off in a minute is bound to leave the female partner dissatisfied. So, start lovemaking with a minimum of 20 minutes of foreplay, fondling, caressing, and stimulating your female partner till she gets an orgasm. Then, you can have intercourse, and even if you have premature ejaculation now, it will not bother you much. The next part is treating premature ejaculation and increasing intravaginal latency time.

There are physical and medical ways to control premature ejaculation which include, use of a condom with local anesthetic gel on the inside of the condom decreases sensitivity, holding on movements for a moment when feeling the urge of ejaculation and starting again once this feeling settles down and squeezing of the penis at the base by the female partner may hold orgasm. If all these measures are not up to your satisfaction, then medication can be given like Dapoxetine before sexual activity to delay orgasm. The stepwise approach in this manner helps most of the patients. So, stop worrying about the size or appearance of your organs.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Choudhary Devendra
Dr. Choudhary Devendra

Urology

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