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I am a 58 yr. old male, healthy other than having broken my neck in the C4 area when I was 22, was paralyzed for short time, but thankfully regained much of my previously lost functionality. During my admittance at that time, while being catheterized, the idiot made a new hole in me. I don't know if that had anything to do with my problem, but...
Since that time I have been plagued with weak anal and PC muscles. I found Viagra a few years ago, and that has helped with erections, but not with my lower muscle strength.
Does anyone have any advice on how I can strengthen my PC muscle? Kagels don't work for me, because I can't really feel it when I attempt it. Is there maybe an electronic stimulator that may work? Any other advice?
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replied July 2nd, 2011
Extremely eHealthy
i doubt your catheter had anything to do with this;
was your brain damaged especially in the hypothalamus or pituitary glands
what do Dr.s say
have u tried homeopathy or herbs
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replied July 2nd, 2011
To my knowledge my brain was not damaged, however I do remember having stitches in my upper left front quadrant from my fall off of the roof which, of course, means at least a severe bump. Drs have not been of any help, one even refused me a Viagra 'script after extensive testing of some sorts, including testosterone testing. I have not tried homeopathy and/or herbs, but I would if I knew what/how.
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replied July 2nd, 2011
Extremely eHealthy
if u believe this is a blood flow issue; research increasing blood flow to the area in question
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replied July 2nd, 2011
I don't know who you are, or how you came up with that suggestion, but I did have surgery 2 years prior to that accident, removing a vessel from my groin area to replace another vessel in an arm. At that time, at 20 yrs old, it didn't seem to affect me (how does that saying go... if I'd known I'd have lived so long I would have taken better care of myself...). I've tried looking into that as well but come up short, aside from surgery, which is out of the question.
I seriously do appreciate your suggestions, and they are good. What I'm hoping for now is a way to accomplish what you are suggesting. Right now I'm trying a TENS approach, and have recently purchased an EMS thing.
What herbs,what homeopathy?
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replied July 2nd, 2011
Extremely eHealthy
I would guess the vessel operation is where the problem came from
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replied July 21st, 2011
Re: Help fpr the PC muscle
PCHelp wrote:
I am a 58 yr. old male, healthy other than having broken my neck in the C4 area when I was 22, was paralyzed for short time, but thankfully regained much of my previously lost functionality. During my admittance at that time, while being catheterized, the idiot made a new hole in me. I don't know if that had anything to do with my problem, but...
Since that time I have been plagued with weak anal and PC muscles. I found Viagra a few years ago, and that has helped with erections, but not with my lower muscle strength.
Does anyone have any advice on how I can strengthen my PC muscle? Kagels don't work for me, because I can't really feel it when I attempt it. Is there maybe an electronic stimulator that may work? Any other advice?




There is only one device in the world who can help! Bodybuilding is a device for the penis and pelvic muscles (PC muscle), which incorporates a vibration to stimulate muscle tightness role.
The idea was first used to train astronauts in weightlessness and Russians who came were worse affected muscles.

Russian scientists Ledbedev and Peliakov have noticed that people can use during training conventional, more than 43% of the fibers of a muscle.

But with the help of vibration to stimulate muscle contraction up to 97%.

I used this device and not effort to tighten the PC muscle. Strain almost automatically, no matter how weak it is further, acting on an axle weight lifting, bodybuilding as any device.

Unfortunately, the invention is new and not well promoted trade. Sold somewhere in Eastern Europe, but there is a site where you can order.

I think this device is the best solution for you, but here I am not allowed to give the website address. Contact me by email and website address will give you with pleasure.
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replied July 21st, 2011
Extremely eHealthy
hi, u can send the site in a private email on this site, they just don't want u to advertise here, so if u send me or other the info do it on private here
thanks, i would like to see
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