A mechanical penile damage leads to erectile tissue hardening and collagen scaring caused by the excessive release of prostaglandin E-2 and numerous other inflammatory and excitatory hormones, neurohormones and even neurotransmitters. It is possible to determine the type and severity of the injury that has been inflicted:
- You will get your penis bruised, if the capillaries were damaged.
- You will get a penile varicose veins, if the valves of the veins were damaged.
- If you damaged the nervous endings in the arteries, you will experience penile numbness. Moreover, if arteries nervous endings were affected, you will experience weakened and short-lived erections.
There is a way to reverse the damage unless 100% breakage of the penile cavernosa is involved. One would need increased blood flow to carry the prostaglandin E-1 precursor and cofactors into the erectile tissue adjacent to the collagen scar in order to soften it. It will also heal the damaged penile erectile, elastic tissues, nerves and blood vessels in the tunica albuginea and its sheathing spongy corpus cavernosa. Note that prostaglanding E-1 and Nitric Oxide must be available in large amounts or the increased blood flow will make it even worse. Prostaglandin E1 E3 and Nitric Oxide can reliably reverse collagen scar formations.