Penis Injury at the Super Bowl Party!

They got drunk - and his penis got crushed!

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My penis has been traumatized several times. Once it happened during the Super Bowl party, when my girlfriend and I got drunk. She accidentally hit my penis hard while it was half erect. It hurt so much that the pain would not go away, even after a few hours. I had to take some painkillers. After that accident, I found my penis now cracks while having sex! I’m afraid to take on certain aggressive sex positions and, to some degree, I fear having sex! If that wasn’t bad enough, my penis has shrunk and now curves toward the right. Help!


There are a number of factors that can cause Peyronie's Disease, the affliction you suffer from. An injury to the penis, caused by vigorous sexual intercourse or an accident, may cause small tears in the tissue, and small blood vessels in the penis can rupture and bleed internally.  Abnormal healing can result in the development of hard, thickened scar tissue under the skin of the penis. With repetitive trauma, the plaque may develop tough fibrous tissue or calcium deposits and result in deformity.
It is apparent that you have developed Peyronie's Disease from the injury you incurred by accident. Peyronie's Disease is characterized by a hard, fibrous layer of scar tissue known as plaque that develops under the skin on the upper or lower side of the penis. When the penis is erect, the scar tissue pulls the affected area off at an angle, causing a curved penis. The plaque that is formed by thickened layers of soft tissue in the penis is non-cancerous, but this condition can cause pain and make sexual intercourse difficult.
Vigorous sexual activities may have further torn and ruptured your peripheral penile blood vessels without you even knowing it until it. You should apply ice right after an injury to reduce swelling and pain. Ice is a vaso-constrictor that causes the blood vessels to narrow, and it limits internal bleeding.
Treatments of Peyronie's Disease involve surgical and non-surgical approaches.  Surgery is generally effective at restoring normal erections, although each surgical method can cause unwelcome side effects such as partial loss of erection or shortening of an erect penis.
For quick healing, take herbs from Herbal Remedy For Penile Fibrotic Tissue Damage & Curvature to help you gradually rejuvenate your neuro-endocrine function and boost your prostaglandin E-1 &E-3, oxytocin and nitric oxide production. This special herbal blend contains most potent Ayurvedic and Chinese healing herbs and is extremely helpful in correcting bad penis curvature.
If you have persistent pain during an erection or a penis curved more than 15 degrees, you need to practice Harmonic Qi Gong and massage your penis slowly. Wrap a warm towel on your erect penis for five minutes to stimulate prostaglandin E1 and nitric oxide production.

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grayaxcyber's picture
grayaxcyber posted on Wed, 09/21/2016 - 09:16
Daryl Stevens's picture
Daryl Stevens posted on Thu, 07/31/2014 - 12:21
I have one question? Did your team at least win? I'm joking. This is a really horrible tragedy. It was supposed to be all fun and games and then it turned into a tragedy where it continues to haunt the poor guy. I have read a lot of different case studies and they all have a solution. That's the good thing, you can fix it.
Irvin Pizarro's picture
Irvin Pizarro posted on Thu, 06/13/2013 - 10:00
My penis started hurting after I read this. That is some serious damage that has been done to your penis. To have it crack. It sounds like it is just breaking more until it finally snaps off or something. Maybe you fractured something and that might be the explanation of the shrinking or curvature.
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