Jelqing caused erectile dysfunction and ruined my life

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    So 4 months ago I decided to do jelqing because I was a bit insecure about my size. I did it for about 2 weeks and then stopped because I noticed major sensitivity loss and morning erections were mild and I couldn't get fully hard or stay hard since then. At first I thought that it would just go away with time and masturbated much less but it didn't and now it has been 4 months already. I've been to a doctor, he told me that everything was fine and it's just a psychological problem but I don't think so because I know my body and I know that something is wrong. I'm losing all hope and feeling very depressed and there is not a day without me thinking of suicide. It just ruined my life. Did anyone have a similar problem? Would abstaining from masturbation help with this?
     
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