Prostate Defendant Converts Flinch After Testicle Shock on Soccer Ball
Q: I’m a man in my early 20s. When I was in high school, I was really shocked while playing soccer. I got hit by a soccer ball. I had a cold sweat.
After that, I felt that my stiffness weakened when I got an erection, and the problem was that I got a testicle from a soccer ball once again when I was a senior in high school.
I often masturbate, but I don’t feel refreshed and have no strength in my legs when I wake up. That’s true even if you only do self-defense once a week and rest for two months.
I went to the urologist’s office and took a picture of the prostate ultrasound through the anus, and they said it was normal in size and had little inflammation. It is said that the blood vessels around the prostate are stretched and clotted.
When you sit on a chair, the muscles of the cones constantly flinch. It automatically flinches, like when you tighten sphincter, and when you lie down and hold your legs 90 degrees, your muscles flinches near the spiral. It feels like my blood is clotting because of poor circulation.
At first, I thought I had prostateitis. I took antibiotics for about 5 months, but it wasn’t an inflammation, it was a blood vessel problem. I’ve been taking another medicine for three months, and it turns out it’s just an inflammatory drug.
I don’t feel refreshed even if I sleep for 8 months. My eyes are stiff and the whirlwind flinch every day. I have symptoms of ringing in my ears. What should I do?
A: The autonomous nerves that control the prostate appear to be contracting. It’s not a symptom of getting better by taking antibiotics. The symptoms will be alleviated if you take medication that controls your self-care.