Understanding Hard Flaccid Syndrome: What You Need to Know
What exactly is Hard Flaccid Syndrome?
Hard flaccid syndrome is described as one or more of the following symptoms:
- In a flaccid condition, the penis shortens or retracts
- Penis temperature or sensation changes, such as numbness or coldness
- Penis or perineum discomfort
- Ejaculation is excruciatingly painful.
A variety of causes, including penile damage, penis modifications, and overall high stress levels, are likely to contribute to hard flaccid syndrome.
Hard flaccid can be associated with both pelvic floor muscular tension and anxiousness. At Elite Aesthetics, we will look at the broad picture to determine which areas of your lifestyle may be contributing to your symptoms, as well as provide you with practical solutions to reduce stress.
What Is Involved in Hard Flaccid Syndrome Diagnosis?
The assessment of this problem includes both a review of your medical history to look for risk factors such as UTIs/a history of trauma, and an examination of the pelvic floor muscles.
What is the Prognosis?
In-clinic therapies often include a variety of exercises such as pelvic floor muscle, pelvic yoga, and/or physical restoration seminars. A combination of the Emsella Chair for Pelvic Floor rehabilitation and the Priapus Shots are beneficial for this condition.
Tips for Preventing and Treating
Stress impairs erectile function and causes muscular strain, so consider how you handle stress.
Consider cardiovascular workouts such as walking, yoga, tai chi, and swimming to help relax your pelvic floor throughout the day.
Myth #1: I’ll be trapped with this for the rest of my life.
Truth: Effective therapy is feasible with the correct management strategy, regardless of how long you’ve had Hard Flaccid Syndrome.
Myth #2: My Hard Flaccid Syndrome is caused by my prostate.
The majority of individuals with Hard Flaccid Syndrome have completely normal prostate tests.
Get Hard Flaccid Syndrome Treatment
Hard Flaccid Syndrome can be a challenging disease to manage, but our team are here to assist. To get started, just contact us on WhatsApp or email us at email@example.com.