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erectile dysfunction : Soft penis and hard shaft

Sir I m Gaurav.
I am 25 years old, weight 79 Kgs and height is 5'5".
I am suffering from soft glans syndrome. What happens is during erection by shaft is hard but glans is soft so I am unable to penitrate

During erection blood flows into the glans but as I apply the pressure to penetrate, blood outflows from the glans making it soft thus I am unable to penetrate. But at the same time shaft remains hard.

Once the blood has entered the glans and I press the vein at the bottom end of penis, then the blood does not outflows on applying pressure on glans but there is different kind of unpleasant sensation at that moment of time.

I used to do bed humping a lot which used to put extreme pressure on penis glans. I think due to this there is damage in the penile nerves and this problem has occured
[Edited by gaurav16949 on 2017-10-02 15:59:02]
 
  gaurav16949 on 2017-09-26
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