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Old 09-27-2012, 01:21 PM   #1
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Post-Traumatic Priapism

Im a 19 year old college student and I was recently in a skateboarding accident where the skateboard ruptured my urethra and I had penetrating trauma to my perineum. I had to wear a catheter for 9 days and it is now 3 weeks since the accident occurred.

All natural function is back to my penis, I can pee normal but when I ejaculate I have a numb pain in my scrodum, not extremely painful just not confortable.

My urologist said I had post-traumatic priapism and that it wasnt an urgent issue since I have a very mild case of it. My penis is more still when flaccid and doesnt really cause pain. It is just a hassle because its harder to do the things I love to do(ie. run, play sports, skateboard,etc..)

Has anybody experienced this before? and how long does it take for the perineum arteries to heal and go back to normal blood flow?

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