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Torn fascia 10 years 4 months ago #1281540867

3 or 4 years ago I torn a fascia into the penis. I felt a pain a the top of the penis, just below the glans.

Here is a diagram to illustrate:



Since that incident, the space between the fascia and the glans increased gradually, from nothing at the beginning to more than half a Centimeter now.

Meanwhile the skin in that region extended (when the penis is erected the skin takes the tension instead of the fascia). The skin is very thin and wrinkled. There is a huge difference between now and 4 years ago.

Does anyone knows for some doctor/hospital where this kind of problem can be corrected ? That is, stick together a torn fascia ?

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Torn fascia 10 years 4 months ago #1281541875

If the problem is as you suggest, then it should be simple fix. Just go to a local Urologist.

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Torn fascia 10 years 4 months ago #1281543079

I already went to see 5 of them ... And all of them turned me down as it was not a fracture of the albuginea (no pruple color) ...

I live in France so maybe there are better Urologist in another country ?

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Torn fascia 10 years 4 months ago #1281543286

Finding a Urologist that will perform surgery on you, doesn\'t mean you\'ve found a \"better\" Urologist. When you are talking about the fascia it\'s very basic Urology, so I seriously doubt refusal to perform surgery is down to a limit in knowledge or skill.

Could you post a photo of the area, so we can be clear about exactly what the issue is? As if the fascia has torn as you say, I can\'t see why a surgeon couldn\'t just stitch it back to the corona.

Who diagnosed that problem?

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Torn fascia 10 years 4 months ago #1281544349

I diagnosed the problem, not the doctors. They said, it is not a fracture of the penis as it didn\'t turned violet, so it does not exist. They don\'t know and don\'t want to analyse my problem. I am basically forced to search the web to get info, as urologists gave me none.

From the outside it is just only very thin and wrinkled skin. I think it is pretty obvious that there is something wrong, but that did\'t affected the urologists I met.

As it is going worse and worse the time passing, I guess at some point the urologists will have to acknowledge that there is actually a problem... But I am afraid their only proposal will be a cicumcision, which will not resolve the underlying problem.

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Torn fascia 10 years 4 months ago #1281547022

dfg245 wrote: I diagnosed the problem, not the doctors. They said, it is not a fracture of the penis as it didn\'t turned violet, so it does not exist. They don\'t know and don\'t want to analyse my problem. I am basically forced to search the web to get info, as urologists gave me none.

From the outside it is just only very thin and wrinkled skin. I think it is pretty obvious that there is something wrong, but that did\'t affected the urologists I met.

As it is going worse and worse the time passing, I guess at some point the urologists will have to acknowledge that there is actually a problem... But I am afraid their only proposal will be a cicumcision, which will not resolve the underlying problem.


A lot of us here are pretty used to seeing photos of penises with anomalies, it might help your research immensely by posting photos of your issue and allowing a community devoted to surgical enhancement & correction take a look.

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Torn fascia 10 years 4 months ago #1281561754

I seriously doubt refusal to perform surgery is down to a limit in knowledge or skill


Yes I think the same, the urologists just don\'t think my case is real. That\'s really annoying as it is. To me it really looks like: \"oh this is not a fracture of the penis, so why bother\".

I said to the first doctor I met that I felt \"something\" broke, and that I thought it was some kind of membrane. He said to me there was no such thing. I asked him what was below the skin, he told me the corpus spongiusum & urethra. Nothing else. I guess he actually knows about the fascias, but just don\'t want to talk about it to a (annoying) patient.

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Torn fascia 10 years 3 months ago #1281724333

dfg 245 just a few quick questions I might have a similar problem as well?

Do you believe you tore fascia in the perineum or penis?

Have you had a Doppler ultrasound done? and would that detect torn fascia?

Do you have loss of size in both Flaccid and Erect state and you say the appearance of your penis has also changed due to damage to the areolar tissue?

Are erections pretty much impossible to get especially without manual stimulation?

Does your penis kind of look like its uncircumcised, like the Foreskin is covering some or all of the glans (the shaft of the penis) the shaft is in the Foreskin

Are you sure you don\'t have adult acquired buried penis or trapped penis?

What is your plan of attack to correct this problem?



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Torn fascia 10 years 3 months ago #1281724576

I personally have been to many urologists had a Doppler ultrasound that came up negative in March of 2012, the Urologist said the Doppler test was to see if there was any damage to the penis and it came up negative though I\'m still not convinced?


I in December of 2013 went to 2 urologists at 2 of the best hospitals and medical universities in the country ( USA) I believe and the first Urologist told me it was pretty much impossible to tear fascia in the perineum unless I literally took a hammer to the perineum or something like that and said that I would have a hematoma if this was the case and did a physical examination and said their was no tear though I\'m not 100 percent convinced considering I still have this problem or a similar problem, he also told me that I don\'t have a buried penis though once again not convinced

the second Urologist said that I don\'t have a buried penis and that even if there was a tear in the fascia in the perineum there is no surgery or no known method to fix it, I\'m not convinced here either both just said give it time and well I have and I\'m still not better and I hope by abstaining from sexual activity for a month or 2 this problem will heal it self and go away though I highly doubt this, you mentioned a tear in the areolar tissue I\'m wondering if a Doppler ultrasound would pick that up and I was thinking that there might be a problem with the erectile chambers and there attachments causing buried penis and erectile dysfunction just a thought and a theory though

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Torn fascia 10 years 2 months ago #1282163394

@Jonyoung Here are the answers :

Do you believe you tore fascia in the perineum or penis?
> In the penis, just below the glans. (like in the diagram at the top of the page)Have you had a Doppler ultrasound done? and would that detect torn fascia?
> No I didn\'t, I live in a socialist country and can\'t make any exam without the consent of a doctor, and urologists here are refusing to do any exam, as they don\'t know this issue (they seem to only know penis fracture & phymosis).Do you have loss of size in both Flaccid and Erect state and you say the appearance of your penis has also changed due to damage to the areolar tissue?
> No loss in size, and yes my penis changed of aspect since the incident. Its aspect degraded gradually.Are erections pretty much impossible to get especially without manual stimulation? > No, I don\'t think erections changed. Although I try not to have any erections now because every Erection degrades the skin below the glans.
Does your penis kind of look like its uncircumcised, like the Foreskin is covering some or all of the glans (the shaft of the penis) the shaft is in the Foreskin> My penis was not circumsized. But now the Foreskin is even longer, and thinner.
Are you sure you don\'t have adult acquired buried penis or trapped penis?
> I don\'t have that.What is your plan of attack to correct this problem?
> I went to 5 urologists in my country, with always the same response : \"we don\'t know your problem so it doesn\'t exist, and we will not even take a single exam to check\". So now I must go somewhere else, but I don\'t know where. A ruptured/detached fascia doesn\'t seem a common problem, and I didn\'t find any doctor or clinic which would seem capable of analyzing and doing something.

Can you provide me the contact info of the 2 doctors you saw in the USA ? Maybe I can join them by email to have a good idea if they can help me or not.

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Torn fascia 10 years 2 months ago #1282181772

@Jonyoung about your second post :

\"pretty much impossible to tear fascia in the perineum\" I think that too. Fascia is a very resistant tissue. In my case it seems to be detached from the glans.

About your problem in the perineum, it doesn\'t seem to be easy to apply strong force there, but I guess it is possible if you fall on some sharp object.

The doctor said to you that there should be an hematoma, it is wrong. There is no blood in fascias. If you detach/rupture ONLY fascia, there would be not hematoma.

About \"you mentioned a tear in the areolar tissue I\'m wondering if a Doppler ultrasound\" : no, the aerolar tissue is just the stuff connecting the skin to the fascia. When this tissue is damaged, the skin will just have a bad aspect (wrinckles), but that would be all. I am pretty sure it is not repairable with current medecine.

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Torn fascia 9 years 6 months ago #1285350456

Hallo,
my englisch is not so good,but i will try.i have the exactly same problem since 3 years.
my personal feeling is that the bucks fascia which is attached and goes into the glans penis and to the sulcus is not torn,but what its torn is the \" attech\" from the buck's fascia to the Corona of Glans,
and causes this problem.So on mri you will not find a torn in a fascia.

Please reply if you have any news about this problem.
Thank you,
Edgar

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Torn fascia 8 years 9 months ago #1288736077




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Torn fascia 8 years 9 months ago #1289163423

Wtf is this? Anyone can translate?

Edit: This is what I got from google translate: \"I seriously than you , I was broken from the roots . Also saw a lot of doctors , said nothing . I almost painful death . I am a country.\"

I dont know if it makes since but it seems that his broken or detached

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Torn fascia 8 years 6 months ago #1290065016

i come from china.

I now had the surgery and the situation has improved. I was looking for plastic surgeons do. You can also try to find a plastic surgeon. It is not possible to come to Beijing to do. Usually this disease urologists not to do it because there is no functional problems they do not give. Plastic surgeon can do.

you can get tach with me. my email. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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