Hi. When I stand up straight and slowly arch my back backwards, my lower abs (more specifically, the area from the base of the penis to a few inches below the belly button) start to collapse inwards, becoming unnaturally flat (as opposed to round like the rest of my belly: from an upside down U to a \_/). In addition, I feel general tightness in this area, as well as a faint neverending consistent spasm in my pelvic floor area.
I think I have an extremely severe case of CPPS (Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome) I also have atrophied glutes, possible anterior pelvic tilt, and severe erectile dysfunction. I have extremely weak ischiocavernosus muscles that make it extremely difficult to get an erection (not to mention unsustainable). In addition, my penis spasms uncontrollably every second when it is 60-100% erect.
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