Some concerns

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  1. sjt910

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    Hi, my name is Steve. I'm 19, and I have some issues which are unusual for my age. I am not well endowed (6.5 inches long on a good day; never bothered to measure my girth), but that doesn't really bother me. What does bother me is the following.

    Two summers before this one, I had my wisdom teeth pulled. That night, I went to bed with a hard-on. My erections used to be great: I was really sensitive (I could get fully hard without any masturbation by just thinking about hot chicks or looking at porn), and I would stay erect forever, along with a good throb. After I went to bed, I guess the general anasthesia was still in my system, because I waited for the hard-on to just die down, but it never did. I didn't want to finish because I'd wake up my parents if I used the bathroom, and I didn't have any tissues or a trashcan in my room. So I fell asleep hard. The next morning, my penis felt different. I masturbated for two hours but couldn't finish. I was able to finish when I jacked off the next day.

    However, my penis has been different since the following morning. I used to be 1.5-2 inches flaccid and 6 inches hard (a real grower), but I am now 4-5 inches flaccid, depending on how aroused I am, so I grow maybe 2 inches if I'm lucky. I can't get hard without masturbation; I am less sensitive now. My erection doesn't feel as good as it did back then. The most troubling thing is that after about 10 seconds (perhaps less), my erection starts to die down, whereas it would last a minute during the good old days. I told my parents about it, and I visited a urologist, who examined me and told me that my penis is perfectly normal. I didn't tell him that my erection doesn't last long, though.

    I don't plan to visit the urologist again unless I am in a relationship and this becomes an issue (I've never been in a relationship; too many girls to choose from). I am just wondering what your thoughts are on this whole thing. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. oscar

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    I'm no doctor, but it sounds perfectly normal. Your body is constantly changing (especially at the ripe age of 19; trust me, I'm going through the same stuff!)

    I wouldnt worry, and be glad that your dick is now a bit bigger :)
     
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    I would agree with Oscar that our bodies are constantly changing and adapting to new environments and patterns. Even though you dont seem to like the quality of your erections now as much as before, things will probably evolve and change in the future, especially after you find a partner. My erections as a kid were a lot more intense than when I got into my 20s. I was able to work myself up a lot more then.

    I cant imagine how wisdom tooth removal or anasthesia would alter your hard-ons...maybe there is a doctor in the house?
     
  4. Mr. Snakey

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    :smile: Relax! As men we all go through things like this.
     
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