Originally Posted by sprinter
I am 31 and last year began experiencing pain around my glans when I got an erection. Pain was pretty severe so I went to my primary care who after getting my 2nd ever prostate exam, thought I had prostatitis and refered me to an urologist. Went to the urologist who examined my penis. Part of the exam was him manipulating me to erection. I was diagnosed with Peyronie's disease. Have been back for two follow up exams, where again each time I was manipulated to a full erection to assess how my treatment was going.
I am very curious to know:
a) Did he offer you the option of "manipulating" yourself, or just take matters into his own hands??
b) How exactly did he go about manipulating you? Was there lube involved? Gloves? Something else?
c) How long did the manipulation last before you achieved "full erection"?
d) How would you describe his attitude and approach? Clinical? Playful??
e) How did you feel about this, did you think it at all strange?
f) How easy was it for you, a 99% straight guy, to achieve full erection?
g) Were visual aids offered, or was it strictly all hands on deck?
h) Did he leave hanging, or offer you a happy ending?
I'm sure I speak for many in saying 'curious minds want to know'.