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    In the past couple weeks to month I have started to have extreme urgency to pee. I think I may have a injury to urethra in the mid area of penis. I stopped tugging. I went to the doc, and they checked for a uti and bladder infection. but nothing.
    Whats your thoughts? have any of you experienced anything like this? How long did it take to heal?

    Thanks.

  • #2
    That sounds odd and unusual. How were you tugging?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by New Guy View Post
      In the past couple weeks to month I have started to have extreme urgency to pee.
      How old are you? Urgency to pee is a symptom of age normally associated w/BPH (or an englarged prostate) but it can also (in the worst case) also be associated with prostate cancer. Not saying either are involved in your situation but the older you are the more likely i could be.

      FYI, I am 65 and I had prostate cancer (cured w/radiation treatment) when I was 60, which initially presented itself symptomatically as an urgency to pee.

      Hope this is not the situation in your case but, if there is any doubt, I suggest contact your doctor to get a PSA test and, if the reading is high, get a prostate biopsy as well. The most common form of cancer experienced by men is prostate cancer and it often goes undiagnosed before it is too late.

      Good luck!
      Last edited by Swingshiftworker; 03-14-2016, 02:29 PM.

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      • #4
        It is likely the way the device was placed against your glans. I experienced this in the 3rd or 4th week of restoring, but I wouldn't say it was an extreme urge to urinate, just felt as though I needed to go. When I apply my device I just ensure that the the centre of the device isn't pressed against my urethra - problem solved.

        Good luck and happy tugging.
        If I know one thing in life, The fastest way to success is through consistency. Thinking of stopping / need some motivation? PM me.

        | DTR | Starting; CI3 | Current; RCI4 |

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        • #5
          Originally posted by V33S View Post
          It is likely the way the device was placed against your glans. I experienced this in the 3rd or 4th week of restoring, but I wouldn't say it was an extreme urge to urinate, just felt as though I needed to go. When I apply my device I just ensure that the the centre of the device isn't pressed against my urethra - problem solved.

          Good luck and happy tugging.
          The other thing you can do is lube up the pusher with some eucerin lotion, a very tiny dab, and this will help the device find its most comfortable spot.

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          • #6
            I was using manual tugging and have since completely stopped. I was also using the cone of a TLC as a retainer.
            I am 31. I have been to the doc. No prostate check. I have a referral to a urologist.
            Something else that has changed my life. And not for the better which may have something to do with it is getting a vasectomy. Then from all the problems had to get it reversed. Now dec2014 was the vas and DEC 2015 was the reversal.

            I do not recommended any to ever get a vas.

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            • #7
              And for you that said you are. 65 with prostate problems etc. Did you have a vas sometime prior to your problems?.
              Thanks

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              • #8
                Originally posted by New Guy View Post
                And for you that said you are. 65 with prostate problems etc. Did you have a vas sometime prior to your problems?.
                Thanks
                If you mean vasectomy, no. I have never had one.

                Prostate and urinary problems are very common for men as they age and prostate cancer is one of the most common causes of death from cancer among men.

                So, all men should get regular PSA tests done after they reach age 50 and earlier if they have a history of prostate cancer among men in their family.

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