Just doing a quick google search a few weeks ago, I am ASSuming that I have cauda equina syndrome. Basically, the nerves coming out of my lower vertebrae are pinched. I have had a spasm in my toes since college, I think. Also, if I recall correctly, I have had E.D. problems since college too. In like May of this year, the spasms in my toes on my right foot have gotten progressively worse. I can kinda feel the spasm in my right calf, right hamstring, and upper right buttocks. I remember last summer that the one girl I was screwing, my dick would go numb during intercourse. Yeah, like pins and needles, it fell asleep kinda numb. :redface: There were times when I couldn't cum. At the same time my foot spasm got worse I started experiencing these spontaneous spasms in my anus/rectum/prostate. Also every now and then, walking at work, my right ankle would just give out and it would look like I tripped over something invisible. When the anal "orgasms" and foot spasms picked up, I wasn't dating anyone. Every now and then too, I have had this really sharp stabbing pain in my back. Now, I have been dating a gal for about 3 weeks. Our sex life, at least to me, has been way less than satisfactory. :frown1: Thank God! She is so patient, and that I have a good tongue and lips. So I made my way to a urologist last Monday. She, yes, she checked my prostate. She said I good tone back there, whatever that means??? They then took a bunch of blood testing for all sorts of hormones. They called me yesterday to tell me PSA was under 1. I think she said it was a 0.4 or 0.6 . I think she said that anything under 4 was good. She said I have a very healthy prostate. I am 36. So anyway, I have an appointment to meet a neurologist on Sept 25th. Any of you guys have to go down this neurologist route? I am just wondering about what I should expect. Thanks!