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Frankly, no help at all.
The retractions I am referring to are very acute at times with a constantly shorter "moving average" length. This is distinct from any pouch/ additional fat.
Let me also amend the initial report to "overdoses". I am concerned that I have the "permanent injury" referred to in the ED med commercials. Please be specific about this.
Also - my research on stut. priapism has turned up baclofen as a possible aid. Any ideas?
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Yes, still looking to pursue this.
To clarify: "acute pulsating retractions". Some sort of enzyme/co-factor imbalance?
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Relatively normal but so-so erections, mostly arginined up, but limited usefulness do to extremely short at this point. Very immediate loss of erection after release. Often overnight with/without urination.
No particular veining at all.
Been fighting Type 2 for about 12 years with diet and supplements including as noted above for better erections. Just started metformin about 4 months ago. Look to be in good shape appearance- wise, not seriously overweight.
Last two BP's : 130/68 Feb. and recently 138/88. Stressful bus days make quite a difference.
Thank you very much for your input here.
Erections, strictly speaking, are not the problem. The abnormal retraction of the penis into the pelvis, at times painfully - is. And assumed related stuttering priapism. Are you considering the enzymatic / chemical type causes for this. Any guidance on this would be appreciated.