Did he break my dick??

  • GoodPup

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    Apr 10, 2011 2:05 AM GMT
    My buddy was sucking me while I was on all 4s... from behind he pulled my dick under me towards him and I had such a sharp pain on the upper left top portion of my dick like right at the base of it. does that make sense?

    well it hurt kind of bad that day. the next time I played with him a few days later he started pulling back and I had the same pain and stopped him.

    Well today, like a week later... and I feeling a hard, long thing under the skin in that area. Almost like a hard vein that feels almost like I can move and push it around under the thin layer of skin.

    Anyone ever have anything like this or is this just weird?
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    Apr 10, 2011 5:27 AM GMT
    It sounds more strained than anything...but then again you can actual fracture your penis by rupturing the tunica albuginea.

    If I were you (no matter how embarrassing) I'd see a dr because if it is a fracture then surgery is the most effective treatment.
  • GoodPup

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    Apr 10, 2011 6:34 AM GMT
    its not painful or nothing not... but, soft or hard there is what feels like... I don't know... a thin, rigid string running right from the base of the shaft (where the pain was) up about 2/3rds of the way the length of it. when I run my finger along it moves... almost as if it were a vein or something? not sure.
    its not painful... well, maybe very very slight if I push in on it. but its just... odd?
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    Apr 10, 2011 7:16 AM GMT
    Yes, you broke you dick. Now you need to put it in a cast so it'll heal.
    If you don't wanna go to the Dr, just go to your nearest adult toy store and buy a dildo larger than you dick, drill a hole through the middle, and stick your dick in it to hold it in place while it heals.

    The good part is you can still have sex while it's healing, but your man might not want you to remove the "cast" when you're completely healed.
  • commoncoll

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    Apr 10, 2011 8:08 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidYes, you broke you dick. Now you need to put it in a cast so it'll heal.
    If you don't wanna go to the Dr, just go to your nearest adult toy store and buy a dildo larger than you dick, drill a hole through the middle, and stick your dick in it to hold it in place while it heals.

    The good part is you can still have sex while it's healing, but your man might not want you to remove the "cast" when you're completely healed.

    That was a joke. Please don't try that.
  • suedeheadscot

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    Apr 10, 2011 8:19 AM GMT
    Sounds like you just need to rest it bud (if thats possible!).

    I thought this was a going to be a "ripped frenulum" forum - had that happen to me. Pray it doesn't happen to you (unless you're already circumcised).
  • MikemikeMike

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    Apr 10, 2011 9:54 AM GMT
    break his back!!

    Sounds like the song heartbreaker.

    He's only gonna break break break break break your dick...

    They cal him dick breaker oh oh oh
    before he goes to suck you oh oh oh
    he might just snap it backwards oh oh oh

    ok someone write the next line- you know the song.

    OP rest it feel better.
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    Apr 10, 2011 9:59 AM GMT
    Doesn't sound like a 'fractured' penis to me at all, as it would have swollen up. It does sound definitely like you have strained the tendon that attaches your penis inside your body - I've done this before but not to the same degree it sounds as if you have.

    Rest it as much as you can and if it still feels weird after another week, see a doctor.

    What are your erections like now? Are they pointing at the same angle as usual? I hope your buddy hasn't done permanent damage!

    As it happens, I quite like that position of being on all fours and being rimmed and then my dick pulled back to be sucked on as well, but you have to do it gently and know the limit of what it will stretch to! Mine points very much vertical so it's never going to be pulled all the way up and back - in future make sure whoever you are with knows what the limit for your dick is if you find yourself in a similar position!
  • MikemikeMike

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    Apr 10, 2011 10:02 AM GMT
    what Pure said
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    Apr 10, 2011 1:19 PM GMT
    next time just have your friend lay on his back while you are on all fours over the top of his face..

    Much better way! icon_wink.gif
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    Apr 10, 2011 1:47 PM GMT
    commoncoll said
    paulflexes saidYes, you broke you dick. Now you need to put it in a cast so it'll heal.
    If you don't wanna go to the Dr, just go to your nearest adult toy store and buy a dildo larger than you dick, drill a hole through the middle, and stick your dick in it to hold it in place while it heals.

    The good part is you can still have sex while it's healing, but your man might not want you to remove the "cast" when you're completely healed.

    That was a joke. Please don't try that.
    No it's like totally fer realz and stuff. He should like really really do that.
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    Apr 10, 2011 1:49 PM GMT


    Go to a doctor.
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    Apr 10, 2011 2:25 PM GMT
    meninlove said

    Go to a doctor.


    Yes. Do this.
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    Apr 10, 2011 2:29 PM GMT
    meninlove said

    Go to a doctor.


    I'd say go to a doctor ASAP. I had a similar situation a few years ago when someone got a little too exuberant riding my dick (you would, too, if you saw it--icon_smile.gif) and it slipped and bent a little. Here's some info on penile injury...read it and go see your doctor so you can get it taken care of immediately. It's no laughing matter.

    What are the causes and symptoms of penile injury?
    The penis is injured much less frequently than other parts of the body such as the abdomen, legs, arms and head. However, it can be wounded as a result of various injuries, including automobile accidents, gunshot wounds, burns, or sexual activity.

    Perhaps the most common injury to the penis occurs during sexual activity. When not erect, injury to the penis is rare because of the mobility and flexibility of the organ. During an erection, arterial blood flow causes the penis to be come rigid. During vigorous thrusting, the erect penis may accidentally slip out of the vagina. The penis may accidentally strike the outside of the woman instead of being reinserted into the vagina. The penis may then bend sharply despite the erection. A typical sign of this problem is a sharp pain in the penis possibly a "popping" sound, and frequently a rapid loss of the erection. The pain and sound are produced by a tear of the tunica albuginea, which is stretched tightly during the time of an erection. Although there is no bone in the penis, urologists frequently refer to the injury as a penile "fracture." The pain may last for a short time or it may continue. The penis develops a collection of blood under the skin called a hematoma, and the penis may become quite swollen and badly bruised. Blood seen at the tip of the penis or in the urine is a sign of a serious injury to the urethra.

    Further injuries can occur if a man places a rubber tube or other constricting device around the base of the penis that is too tight or on for too long. Rings or other objects made of rigid material such as plastic or metal should never be placed around the penis as they become stuck if the penis swells further. Cutting off the blood supply, these items can cause permanent damage to the penis if the blood supply is blocked for too long.. Also, the urethra and/or penis may be damaged if objects are put into the tip of the penis.

    How are injuries to the penis treated?
    If a person sustains a penile injury, a urologist will take a thorough medical history and complete a physical examination along with blood and urine tests. The focus of any initial examination is to diagnose the injury and assess the damage to the penis. If the doctor suspects an injury to the urethra, he/she may perform a procedure to view the urethra with a fiberoptic camera. Another study might be an X-ray study call a "retrograde urethrogram" performed by injecting a special solution used with X-ray studies through the opening at the top of the penis and then taking X-rays. If the X-ray shows any leakage outside the urethra, it may indicate damage to that part of the urinary tract. Additional imaging techniques might include an ultrasound of the penis or an MRI.

    Historically, treatment for a penis "fractured" during sexual activity was non-surgical management (e.g., cold compresses, pressure dressings, penile splinting and anti-inflammatory medications). Today, the treatment of choice is usually surgery since it has lower rates of infection, erectile dysfunction, and penile scarring and curvature. The most common surgical technique is to make an incision around the shaft near the head of the penis and pull back the skin to the base to examine the inner surface. The surgeon will then remove blood clots to help find any tears in the tunica albuginea. If tears exist, they are repaired before the skin is sewn back into position. A catheter may be placed through the penile urethra into the bladder to drain urine and allow the penis to heal. With the entire penis bandaged, the patient may remain in the hospital for one or two days, and go home with or without the catheter. They may be given antibiotics and pain medication and will probably be asked to make a followup office visit with their doctor.

  • GoodPup

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    Apr 10, 2011 6:59 PM GMT
    ITs not bad enough to go to a doctor... erections are like normal, can use it fine but maybe a little painful if I pull it back like how it was when it got hurt. but it feels pretty much fine... I just feel that hard something under the skin. maybe the tendon like you guys were saying.
    But no... its not a problem, but there is just something loose in there that shouldn't be loose. HAHA!
    My friend would like the idea of the cast... but since he already has a cock cage with a key for me he might just go that route. :-)
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    Apr 10, 2011 7:24 PM GMT
    JaseinOC saidITs not bad enough to go to a doctor... erections are like normal, can use it fine but maybe a little painful if I pull it back like how it was when it got hurt. but it feels pretty much fine... I just feel that hard something under the skin. maybe the tendon like you guys were saying.
    But no... its not a problem, but there is just something loose in there that shouldn't be loose. HAHA!
    My friend would like the idea of the cast... but since he already has a cock cage with a key for me he might just go that route. :-)



    Go To A Doctor.

  • GoodPup

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    Apr 11, 2011 3:39 AM GMT
    Obviously I know to go to a doctor when necessary... but if you don't have an opinion from experience with this topic then just post nothing. I guess I'm thinking that from experience someone will have had something similar.
    That injury info foes actually give good info too. Thanks for that.
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    Apr 11, 2011 1:49 PM GMT
    JaseinOC saidObviously I know to go to a doctor when necessary... but if you don't have an opinion from experience with this topic then just post nothing. I guess I'm thinking that from experience someone will have had something similar.
    That injury info foes actually give good info too. Thanks for that.


    If you'd like, I can share stories about penile injuries that would fill this topic. My father-in-law was a very well known Urologist. You should be seen by a professional regardless.

    -Doug
  • GoodPup

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    Apr 11, 2011 11:35 PM GMT
    See... now that I know you got a little inside info I got a little more interest in your opinion. haha!
    ...although I still don't think its anything I gotta see a doctor for. :-)
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    Apr 12, 2011 6:15 AM GMT
    A public service message guys: if something happens to your penis, give it some time to heal. If you run into a toothy guy, if you burn yourself from ironing naked -- whatever, just give it a few weeks to heal.

    Nothing heals like time. Unless you got an STD, then you need Jesus.
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    Apr 13, 2011 6:18 AM GMT
    You cannot break a dick because it's not a bone, it's a combination of nerves that inflate when blood flows into it! icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Apr 13, 2011 6:39 AM GMT
    JaseinOC saidObviously I know to go to a doctor when necessary... but if you don't have an opinion from experience with this topic then just post nothing. I guess I'm thinking that from experience someone will have had something similar.
    That injury info foes actually give good info too. Thanks for that.


    funny how you tell him to post nothing when that answer "go to a doctor" is the best advice out there.

    Passing you onto someone who is extremely knowledgable about the subject matter is the best advice you can give someone unless of course, you are that person themself.

    It's free isn't it, I mea--- oh.. you don't live in Canada...


    nevermind.
  • GoodPup

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    Apr 17, 2011 8:54 AM GMT
    Ok ok... so I know, its not a bone you can't break it. And I get it... best thing to do is to go to a doctor. But.... I am just curious if anyone has had similar experiences that can shed some light. :-)

    After the initial pain, and it has gone away to feeling back to pain free. But there is some under the skin hard vein or tendon or something and I am only curious if anyone has any opinion on what this could be and if there is an opinion on if it is a bad thing or not.

    No opinion? That's okay... if I am real curious I know to go to a doctor. The real thing I am looking for is someone to say.... "oh yeah, that happened to me and it was........."

    Its not worthy of an embarassing doctor appointment at this point. So no more "go see a doctor" posts... cause I ain't going. haha! :-)
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    Apr 17, 2011 9:17 AM GMT
    JaseinOC saidOk ok... so I know, its not a bone you can't break it. And I get it... best thing to do is to go to a doctor. But.... I am just curious if anyone has had similar experiences that can shed some light. :-)

    After the initial pain, and it has gone away to feeling back to pain free. But there is some under the skin hard vein or tendon or something and I am only curious if anyone has any opinion on what this could be and if there is an opinion on if it is a bad thing or not.

    No opinion? That's okay... if I am real curious I know to go to a doctor. The real thing I am looking for is someone to say.... "oh yeah, that happened to me and it was........."

    Its not worthy of an embarassing doctor appointment at this point. So no more "go see a doctor" posts... cause I ain't going. haha! :-)


    ok, then expect the unexpected...

    we are telling you to go to the person that can answer your question in the best possible manner and even help you treat the problem yet you do not want to go.

    So, there is nothing more I can say other than:

    Don't get shocked if you end up screaming one day because you slept awkwardly which caused further strain in the ligament/tendon/blood vessel.

  • GoodPup

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    Apr 17, 2011 9:20 AM GMT
    ok... I won't be shocked now if I wake up screaming. ;-)