One night I was lying with my girlfriend (I was 28 and healthy at the time). We had been making out, but decided not to have sex. We were also in the mist of some fairly tough emotional times. I had an erection for probably over an hour, as I lied there frustrated and sad. My chest was aching from the emotional pain, and suddenly, I felt my erection rapidly deflate. The next thing I know, it's morning. I wake up with what feels like a hangover (which is odd because I wasn't drinking the night before), and a host of other symptoms, including weak erections and ejaculation (viagra does not help), testicle tightness, frequent urination, increased gas, constant fatigue, unproductive sleep, irritated eyes (I can't wear contacts anymore), slow visual frame rate/eye tracking, and an overall sense of dullness. That was 12 years ago, and none of these symptoms have improved over time. GPs are absolutely worthless, they basically tell me I'm fine and haven't tried any sort of medical detective work. My urologist can't find anything wrong with me except for low-ish testosterone (he gave me clomid and now my testosterone is in normal ranges, but my symptoms persist unchanged). I'm currently attempting to receive care from a neurologist, but they don't seem to really want to deal with me either.
You can basically divide my life into two sections; the normal times before that night, and the bad times after. For what it's worth, I'm now in a strong, loving relationship with someone else (married actually) and financially secure. It really feels to me like something physically broke that night. Has anything like this happened to anyone else?