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pelvic muscle spasms and painful erections

namaste. i m a 27 yr old male weighing 58kgs and 5'8" high. i sit for hours infront of pc studying. used 2 masturbate excessively but stopped from the last year. my problem is i suffer from a very tight phimosis and what bothers me lot is pelvic muscle spasms. i have burning and tightness while urinating also. i have to flex my penis and release to urinate. my penis is staying hard even in flaccid state. out of fear and apprehension my spontaneous erections are almost gone. i only get nocturnal erections which are firm and bend to left side. the main problem is the muscle below my penis base is very tight and doesnt relax. my penis is taking lot more time from semi erect state to flaccid state. also the area below my glans is feeling constricted during erection. i feel pain while sitting for longer durations. consulted a urologist, got penis ultrasound(in flaccid state) and reports were normal. but i am totally helpless and suffering. even while passing bowels i have pelvic spasms and muscle discmfort. please help me sir
  nani13 on 2017-11-28
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day 1 to day 3
Lycopodium 200 twice a day.

day 4 to day 10
Staphysagria 200 twice a day.

One dose means 2 pills or drops.
kadwa 2 years ago
thank u sir. will this remedy also work on my pelvic muscle weakness and spasms? i am taking calcarea flour recently. should i have to stop that?
nani13 2 years ago
You may continue to take CALC FLUOR.
kadwa 2 years ago

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