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[NSFW] Seriously, what could a guy do while waiting for treatment due to having an erection lasting for more than four hours?

Asked by mazingerz88 (17834 points ) October 25th, 2011

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sandy101's avatar

Apply ice :)

linguaphile's avatar

Maybe I’m dense, but why would that be a problem for a guy? Other than the tent?

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

@linguaphile it can be painful and/or destructive to the tissue if the blood is unable to drain properly, potentially leading to permanent erectile dysfunction.

rebbel's avatar

Sword fight with the guy in the waiting room who has the same problem.

Blondesjon's avatar

Three words.

E.R. Ring Toss.

amujinx's avatar

@linguaphile Gangrene can start to set in after 4 hours. That’s worse case though, ED is more likely like @ANef_is_Enuf said.

Blackberry's avatar

Try to break stuff, like karate demonstrations.

MRSHINYSHOES's avatar

If a guy had an erection for more than 4 hours, that would be an emergency, so I’m sure they would attend to him as quickly as possible. I wonder what kind of condition or situation would make a guy have an erection that long in the first place? A cock ring that couldn’t come off? Yikes, makes me shudder.

blueiiznh's avatar

Get one of those Deli Counter Ticket things, and keep right on going!

linguaphile's avatar

Then I’d say put it on ice to slow that progress down and hopefully help the pain… eek, what a terrible mental image—gangrene!

rebbel's avatar

@MRSHINYSHOES There once was a rugby player that got a rugby ball in his nuts, after which he had an erection for days (or weeks? I will have a search).
I think he sued somebody, if I remember well.

MRSHINYSHOES's avatar

@rebbel Omg, you’re right, an overreaction of the nervous system I believe. :(

janbb's avatar

I think some of the ED medicines can cause an erection of over 4 hours. It is stated as one of the potential side effects on TV.

blueiiznh's avatar

Seriosly, Priapism is an emergency and due to the risks you not have a wait. Odd enough they often treat it with Phenylephrine (primarily used in decongestant), helps reduce inflammation.

judochop's avatar

Jogging pants and a quick jaunt through the mall.
GO to the gym.
Hot tubbing!
walk the dog around the block.
take pictures!
Apple pie!
Pumpkins!
Man, there is so much you could do.

LuckyGuy's avatar

The tell us prostate guys to have Sudafed (the real stuff) on hand when we intend to do the deed.

I’ve got mine right here.
(Pointing to wallet)

digitalimpression's avatar

Rub one out.. or two… might as well not let it go to waste.

Afos22's avatar

Tuck it under the waist band and and wait in the waiting room. Do waiting room things; read, listen to music, or use a smart phone.

majorrich's avatar

Actually you shouldn’t have to wait at all. Triage SHOULD (depending on their competency) send you directly to the doctors. Plus, it will probably hurt like crazy. My son jumped the line for a twisted testicle, a similar emergency. He was in awful pain.

DrBill's avatar

In the ER you will move to the front of the line (except for active bleeders) to get a shot of adrenalin in the shaft. (ouch)

Afos22's avatar

The only reason they move him to the front of the line is so he isn’t behind anyone…

XOIIO's avatar

Dance to loud techno is public with plenty of hip thrusts, preferably near a church or public place.

Not a gay bar though, unless your into that

ucme's avatar

Chalk your tip & go shoot some pool.

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