Hard flaccid penis and genital retraction from stretching
I was 14 or 15 years old when I decided to stretch my penis out thinking that it would become longer if I did that. I stretched it out with a lot of force while it was in a flaccid state and put a lot of pressure. The next morning, I went to us the restroom and when I looked down at my penis, I was in shock. My penis had turtled and shrunk and my testicles were completly retracted as if they were almost in my groin. I never experienced this at all in the past as it was always hanging loosely no matter what the situation. I was pretty traumatized, but I did not tell anyone and have been living with this condition of genital retraction and hard flaccid for almost 10 years now. I been to a few urologist, but they did not know what was going on and had no answers except to lose weight and eat healthier.
I noticed that my penis and testicles would retract severly when I felt adrenaline/anxiety, when I would do any sort of cardio like running and whenever I had to hold in my bowel movements and urine, my testicles would be retracted and so would my penis. My flaccid penis felt hard and constricted at the base especially right after I would ejaculate. My penis looked deformed at times as the middle of my penis would become thinner than the base looking like a coke neck bottle. I stopped getting spontaneous erections and my erections didn’t feel as hard and rigid and was difficult to maintain my erection which needed constant stimulation.
I heard about Dr Irwin Goldstein from a referal I had gotten from my Physcial therapist. Dr. Goldstein was familiar with this condition and prescribed me alpha-blockers and Viagra. I haven’t taken Viagra, but I am taking the alpha blockers for about a week and I feel it’s helping with my hard flaccid so far. My penis and testicles seem to be in a looser state longer through out the day and doesn’t retract as much when I’m running. It also doesn’t get hard flaccid after I ejaculate. My erections seem a little more rigid and lasts longer without manual stimulation then before taking alpha blockers. It’s to early to tell if alpha blockers is going to cure my Hard Flaccid/ED, but it’s a good start.