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How To Cure Traumatic Masturbatory Syndrome
Exposure may help: Think of the triggers that evoke symptoms and expose yourself in a safe manner ie if coeds are a problem park by the mall until you can go in if middle easterners set you off go to a iddle eastern restaunt etc see a cbt therapist who can empathize with your trauma.See 1 more doctor answer
Is traumatic mastabatory syndrome real? Can prone masturbaton really hurt me. Can it be cured. I'm a 15 year old male.
THis is not a real.: This is not a known and recognized disease. Talk to a doctor or your dad about this, there is no problem here.See 1 more doctor answer
I don't think so: The claim is that men who enjoy their bodies while they're lying face down are subsequently unable to climax in any other way. There's a single one-author article from 1998. I think it's one more scare story. A smart man varies his technique to prepare for different possible partners.
Pop diagnosis: I've run into a "pop" claim that if a man usually masturbates lying face-down, he won't be able to have intercourse normally (tms!). This sounds like dubious fear-mongering / tabloid stuff and I have seen nothing in the real medical literature. A problem exists only if you can't function and you have a really meaningful and warm relationship with the other person. Good luck.
Yes: Traumatic masturbatory syndrome (tms) is the habit some males have of masturbating in a face-down (prone) position. Tms unfortunately self-discovered an unconventional method. Males who learn to masturbate from other people invariably learn to do it the conventional way. (most males who discover it for themselves also discover the conventional way.).
See below: It's more of aberrant masturbatory positioning (prone position) than a pathologic entity.
Agree w Dr. Wells: Severe, chronic ptsd may last a lifetime - especially if complex. Ptsd resolves for some. It becomes more hardwired in with time. Thus intervention is imperative to return toward normal function. Cognitive processing therapy (a form of cbt) is the gold standard. Emdr (eyeballs) ; virtual reality exposure therapy can be very helpful. Psychiatric meds are often needed. Take care.See 1 more doctor answer
How to cope with someone suffering from post traumatic syndrome? Is it normal for ones well being to be affected by them?
Sure: Try 2 understand the cause of their symptoms and how to progress to overcome the symptoms.See 1 more doctor answer
High pressure: After trauma such as a broken bone the pressure in the "compartment" where the bone and muscle are contained can get very high because fluid and blood fill it. It can get so high as to cut off oxygen to the muscles and nerves which can die. It is an emergency that needs to be evaluated by a doctor for possible surgery to release the compartments. Failure to do so can cause loss of use of that limb.See 1 more doctor answer
Exposure: While medications may help treat symptoms associated with ptsd, exposure and response prevention therapy is likely to have longer lasting and enduring effects. This must be done with a trained professional. I would not recommend self hypnosis to anyone who has not gone through exposure therapy first. Ptsd is very treatable and you may find it very uncomfortable.See 1 more doctor answer
I masturbate by rubbing penis on the bed but I heard about a condition called traumatic masturbatory syndrome, should I stop this way of masturbation?
No Prediction: That is completely out of our hands but is very unlikely. If you have not received any injury in this practice then none of us are likely to tell you to stop. There are other ways to masturbate.See 1 more doctor answer
That can be the case: Stockholm Syndrome is not an official DSM diagnosis. It refers to a situation where some one is kidnapped or abducted and ultimately identifies with their captor and takes on their values. After such a situation therapy is usually very helpful.See 8 more doctor answers
Can Thoracic Outlet Syndrome be mistaken for Early-Onset Generalized/Post-Traumatic Secondary Dystonia or visa versa?
Can happen: Have seen multiple mis-diagnoses regarding TOS challenges, and seems to be tough to nail down in many locales. If EMG specifically studies brachial plexus, the diagnosis can be apparent. To sort this out, may need to see a vascular surgeon.See 2 more doctor answers
Where can I find a respiratory therapist? A traumatic event and stress has caused me to develop hyperventilation syndrome and I forgot how to breathe.
Trauma therapy: You need to see a psychotherapist who deals with trauma, perhaps a somatic-oriented psychotherapist. Look in your area through psychotherapy websites where therapists describe their practices. It's important to process the underlying trauma so you can recover!See 1 more doctor answer
A few possibilities: Traumatic mydriasis, or perminent dilation of the eye from an injury, is not a curable condition. It is, however, treatable. Usually drops that shrink the pupil do not work on this. A colored contact lens can help with the sensitivity to light. Surgery can be done to shrink the pupil. See your ophthalmologist to review your options.
See below: It will not cure it, but it might make you feel better.
Yes: If memories and experiences of the trauma are not interfering with your relationships, work or sense of well-being then maybe you don't need therapy or medications. But I would consider therapy as someone trained joining with you to help you heal and grow.See 1 more doctor answer
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