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pain w/ erection - did we break it?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 8, 2006
  • 11:27 PM

Is it possible to break something in my husband’s penis? When we were having sex, he slipped out and when I came back down his penis bent while it was erected causing him great pain. This happened on October 28th. Last night we were messing around and when he got hard it was painful and his erection didn’t last long enough to have sex. He was hurting between the base of his shaft and his testicles. We tried to get him aroused again but he could not maintain an erection and was in a lot of pain. Do you have any idea what could have happened? He said this has never happened before. Any advice you can offer or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.


Worried Wife

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  • Yea, he needs to see a urologist yesterday. You can fracture your penis. And scarring can lead to permanent disability.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 10, 2006
    • 11:33 PM
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  • Yes indeed, straight to an urologist!!! It definitely sounds quite damaged, and if it heals wrong (which is sounds like it has or is) he is only going to be left with pain for the rest of his life and totally stuff up your sex life.And don't feel embarressed, you or your husband, accidents like this do happen.Agape.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 12, 2006
    • 05:51 AM
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  • Found this about penile fracture. Ouch!!!Penile fractureFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchA penile fracture is an injury caused by the rupture of the tunica albuginea, which envelopes the male corpus cavernosum. It is an uncommon injury, most often caused by a blunt trauma to an erect penis. A popping or cracking sound, significant pain, immediate detumescence, and skin hematoma of various sizes are commonly associated with the event. Penile fracture is generally considered a medical emergency, and emergency medical surgical repair is the usual treatment. Delay in seeking treatment increases the complication rate. Non-surgical approaches result in 10%-50% complication rates including erectile dysfunction, permanent penile curvature, damage to the urethra, and pain during sexual intercourse.In the western hemisphere the most common cause, accounting for about 30%-50% of cases, is intercourseOf those, woman-on-top positions resulting in impact against the female pelvis or perineum and bending laterally are most common. It has also been known to occur when a woman falls backwards in certain positions.In Middle Eastern countries the common cause is physical manipulation of the penis to remove an erection. .Other reported causes are intercourse on a desk with the penis hitting the desk, excessive bending forces during masturbation, industrial accidents, gunshot wounds and other mechanical traumas including turning over in bed, direct physical trauma, forced bending and hasty donning of clothes over an erect penis.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 13, 2006
    • 05:11 AM
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  • Maybe you should give it a rest for a few days and see if he feels better in a few days. You don't have to make things worse by overdoing it.
    KnowSUMthings 153 Replies
    • November 15, 2006
    • 07:28 PM
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