Sorry, we could do without the pun.
He says I have Peryonie's disease and there's nothing I can do about it. All I know is that my erections hurt, and they used to not.
I think he should have examined me erect, but he and his intern were too prudish to do so. My dick doesn't have any kind of curve, though it is quite a bit thicker at the base.
It just hurts.
I have a hernia that I wonder if that could be affecting it too. He said no, and that I should leave it alone.
So I'm left with Advil and painful boners forever?
According to wikipedia:
[quote]A variety of treatments have been used, but none have been especially effective.
OP, you need to see another urologist, and you need to tell this one about your concerns.
It is not true that there are no treatments for Peyronie's, challenging as it may be. Of COURSE additional consideration should have been offered. Idiots of the medical profession.
Sounds like men's fibromyalgia.
OP, there are some conditions we just take the patient's word for. Such as: flatulence, diarrhea, and difficulty achieving erection or orgasm.
I wonder if a gay urologist would have provided a more thoughtful diagnosis. I went to a teaching hospital thinking I would get one.
Perhaps, you could post a craigslist ad!
"WPM seeks VGL UMD 4Peyronie. Feel me get hard4U. No fats, no fems."
Why did you need to tell us what your penis looks like?
We thank God that Christian Science has freed us from reliance on doctors.
So tender to the touch...
I have no furniture in my new apartment, so I stole a couple of stools from my gastroenterologist.
Here's a you tube video where you can have surgery.
I believe I'll just take Advil.
I couldn't watch more than a third of that. And I strongly recommend the rest of you skip it.
Thank goodness I'm not curved.
Holy shit r13!
Why not just show one getting hopped off? I feel nauseous.
R13, that was very interesting to see.
Fuck that idiot. Find a better doctor!
Go to the Mayo Clinic if you must but don't put up with that hateful, incompetent. I think you should sue the jerk, as soon as possible.
Oh, now that we're over 40 the doctor doesn't want to examine us with erections!
But when we were 15 it was all "So tell me, young man - are your erections solid and firm? Do you have any trouble ejaculating? Perhaps we should see first hand. Here - let me help you with that."
r18 You too?
Guess what. I started peeing small amounts of blood (well, three times in ten days) and I'm being referred back to the SAME urologist tomorrow.
What a positively GROSS problem to have down there, OP. I honestly cannot think of a single thing!
All jokes aside OP, that sounds painful and a little scary--and definitely frustrating dealing with a doctor who doesn't seem to really listen. Good luck--I hope you can get some good treatment soon....