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  • Recurrent injury, need advice.

    So as many of you know I have been having a chronic re-occurring problem with foreskin restoration. I probably should have quit long ago... But here I am.

    So these are the symptoms, please if you have any ideas let me know.

    - confusion, inability to concentrate, cannot think clearly, brainfog
    -pressure in pelvic area
    -dull ache in pelvic area
    -numb penis after sitting
    -frequent urination

    I know these symptoms are from tugging for a fact. But I cannot pinpoint what is causing it... I have tried many supplements and have only been let down.

    I have had several theories but I am giving up. If the mental confusion does not stop I may lose my job.

  • #2
    How long as this been going on?
    This is not from tugging!
    Seek medical help...ASAP

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    • #3
      Have you seen a doctor about this? You say you are sure it is from tugging, yet I have trouble envisioning how tugging would cause these symptoms. What leads you to this diagnosis? If you have not been to a doctor, I would go and see what the doctor has to say.

      To me, it suggests a prostate issue. You will need a doctor to diagnose this, a urologist is a specialist in that area.

      Regards

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      • #4
        I have seen doctors but no urologists as I am too embarrassed to admit to my specific activities. I think it is an issue with the cord that connects to my right testicle. But I am not certain, perhaps a lymphatic issue.

        I already know the doctor will tell me to stop tugging which I also do not want to hear.

        I do not think it is prostate, I have tried taking saw palmetto and pumpkin oil and not only did it not help but it gave me dry orgasms for a few days...

        I am very frustrated at the moment, the brain fog is the worst part.... Literally losing the ability to think is an absolute terror...

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        • #5
          [QUOTE=salamander6773;n23359]I have seen doctors but no urologists as I am to embarrassed to talk to one. I think it is an issue with the cord that connects to my right testicle. But I am not certain, perhaps a lymphatic issue.

          Best to see a urologist/doctor, use a different doctor if you are not happy with the treatment / support of your own doctor, chances are these issues and symptoms won't go away by themselves.

          As for being embarrassed, you seem happy to talk to us online, so no need to be embarrassed!

          Hope you get it sorted out.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by salamander6773 View Post
            I have seen doctors but no urologists as I am too embarrassed to admit to my specific activities. I think it is an issue with the cord that connects to my right testicle. But I am not certain, perhaps a lymphatic issue.

            I already know the doctor will tell me to stop tugging which I also do not want to hear.

            I do not think it is prostate, I have tried taking saw palmetto and pumpkin oil and not only did it not help but it gave me dry orgasms for a few days...

            I am very frustrated at the moment, the brain fog is the worst part.... Literally losing the ability to think is an absolute terror...
            I had benign enlargement of my prostate. The only symptom I had was pain in my right testicle that started out of the blue and lasted a day or so. When I went to the urologist, he said one thing that has stuck with me.

            He said, "No one comes to him complaining of their prostate hurting."

            The point being that the pain, pressure, etc may be form your prostate, but you won't feel it there quite possibly.

            Your assumption that the doctor will tell you to stop is an assumption. You do not know that. But even if he does say that, you do not have to listen if it does not make sense, if it is not supported by logic and evidence.

            Your assumption that if it was a prostate issue then it would have been relieved by saw palmetto and/or pumpkin seed oils and/or whatever else you have tried is just that, an assumption. You have not done any tests that would tell you, you simply try some over the counter remedy assuming that will help.

            You should see a doctor. You should tell him or her everything they ask about related to this condition. Then you can choose to try their advice or not. Seems to me you would be willing to try their advice, currently you are trying the advice of an untrained amateur....yourself.

            Best wishes

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            • #7
              Originally posted by salamander6773 View Post
              I do not think it is prostate, I have tried taking saw palmetto and pumpkin oil and not only did it not help but it gave me dry orgasms for a few days...
              Don't rule out the possibility of a prostate issue just because alternative medicine failed to fix the problem.

              Assuming that these supplements are good at increasing the health of your prostate, that doesn't mean that they will reverse any type of possible problem that your prostate has been experiencing.

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              • #8
                I am not a doctor at all but maybe this could be a direction:
                This could be an immune response to the tugging and "skin" stretching.
                Some of us have very sensitive immune systems, even allergies to small amounts of material. Even minuscule amounts of irritation may be triggering your immune system to attack the groin area, causing your testosterone-dependent symptoms.

                Maybe try some turmeric pills and ibuprofen. they might make you break out, but you could see how they effect everything as an experiment.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Joseph_H View Post
                  I am not a doctor at all but maybe this could be a direction:
                  This could be an immune response to the tugging and "skin" stretching.
                  Some of us have very sensitive immune systems, even allergies to small amounts of material. Even minuscule amounts of irritation may be triggering your immune system to attack the groin area, causing your testosterone-dependent symptoms.

                  Maybe try some turmeric pills and ibuprofen. they might make you break out, but you could see how they effect everything as an experiment.
                  I'm sorry... this is the most...well...this is nonsense... salamander6773needs to see a physician period, that will listen to him and he needs to truly discuss is symptoms. At this point, I think it is irresponsible to offert him diagnosis, meds or other remedy....

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