Conditions with symptom: 'jerk'
I am 13 years old and when I get erect penis I cant retract skin! The head cant come out becuase the skin is too tight! I try to pull it back when I jerk off but it no good! What can I do?
The base of my penis has suddenly bent at the base when erect. This has never been the case before and has been like this for just over a week. I don't recall any pain or sudden jerk before during sex. Any ideas at all?
I am 19 now, and have masturbated since I was about 11 years old(about 6 days a week). What I notice, and what really bothers me now is that I have to wear thin pads to stop the leaking, and the smell that comes with it. I can get a jerk through my vagina at random days and even when I'm normally walking. It's really unpleasant and the leaking is everyday. I have never had sex before, I am really embarrassed about this, and I don't want to undress with a pad in my panties, at least not in front of others. I don't have my period regularly, since I'm not on the pill and refuse to be. I just really want to know what to do since it's bothering me so much.
Iv been having some symptoms for a while and after some reading worried it could be parkingsons, my right arm has been showing signs of weakness for about a year now, iv just started to get tremors but there not always there, I also get a fully body jerk when im trying to relax I also suffer from restless legs all over my body and meds dont help it, iv zero sense of smell and not had any for about 7 years but my main issue is my rigt arm it doesn't feel part of me, I dont feel pain in my right arm which has resulted in me getting hurt and not knowing about it till someone tells me, my balance isnt very good, my memory which used to be extremely good is poor I lose words and also stutter more often than normal (I did have a stutter as a child) could this be parkingsons or something else need help as my doctor just keeps brushing my symptoms off but im getting little to no sleep now due to restless legs and full body jerks
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