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It sounds like you may have injured the suspensory ligament to the penis. This pain can take several months to completely go away. You should continue to take anti-inflammatories such as ibuprofen as you are. The weakness in your lower extremities is completely unrelated to this event. I don't know what is causing that but you need to see your primary doctor to evaluate that. They may need to send you to a neurology specialist to figure out what is going on. Varicoceles are also very common in men and almost always occur on the left side. They are completely harmless and nothing needs to be done about this. Basically, you just need to give your injury more time to heal and continue to take the anti-inflammatory. Hope this helps and let me know if you have questions.
Yes, I saw the photo. The suspensory ligament is deep to the area where you have drawn your arrow. I can't be sure of anything without being able to examine you. But this is what I suspect based on what you tell me in your history.
You can go about your daily activities without causing any damage. An MRI of the pelvis will not show a penis fracture if the penis was not completely seen in the MRI. Even if you had a penis fracture, at this point, nothing further can be done about it as it is too late. You just have to allow it to heal. But this does not sound like a fracture of the penis. There may be potential damage the corpus cavernosum but there's no way for me to tell without being able to examine you. Again, nothing can be done this far out from your injury except to give it time to heal. No other imaging studies at this point will be beneficial. The best thing is a physical examination by a urologist to actually examine your penis.
Yes. I looked at it correctly. Yo can have sex safely as soon as the pain is low enough that it is tolerable. It is not permanently damaged.
It just decreases the pain
Collagen is not anything you can take to make this heal.Vitamin D3 is not going to help either. There is nothing you can take to make this heal faster. You just have to give it time to heal.