Thunder's Place

The big penis and mens' sexual health source, increasing penis size around the world.

Blood bubble on glans

Blood bubble on glans

I’m a new member and can’t post on “Injuries and Treatments”. Maybe a mob can move this?

I started around 2 years ago with the great newbie routine. I went on for 8 weeks, then bought a PeniMaster Pro.
My routine then became: 5m warmup, 1h PeniMaster, 10m break and again from the start. After each warmup or break I apply the PeniMaster Comfort and Care (some sort of gel). At least once every day, in the weekend for 5-6 hours. 2 days on, 1 day off.
After 2 months, this happened: (in the attachment) a red bubble on my glans. In 30m it becomes black.
In a month it went away. I started again and again it appeared. I stopped using the PeniMaster Pro for more than a year, until there was no sign at all of that bubble, the glans looked good, it was fine.

I started again a few weeks ago with the PM and again yesterday it has arrived. In fact this attachment is from yesterday, but every time it is the same bubble and with the same size.

I always gain from it, but this injury makes me want to put it away. I’ve tried to use the PeniMaster Chroma, but the width is small and my glans becomes black after a few minutes. I’m uncircumcised.

What am I doing wrong? Can I use another extender instead? What can I do? I don’t want to stop PE. I will wait for it to recover, please help. Ask for other photos.

Attached Images
bubble.png
(53.7 KB, 24 views)

The vacuum from the glans diaphragm is causing that blood blister. You have to let it completely heal again and when you use the device again, start off like a newbie and use very little force that will in turn reduce the vacuum level being exerted in your glans. Also, you should start off with only 5 minutes of stretching that will also reduce the vacuum force on your glans. I know it sucks, but glans blisters are a bitch and should be avoided at all costs.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Originally Posted by gprent
The vacuum from the glans diaphragm is causing that blood blister. You have to let it completely heal again and when you use the device again, start off like a newbie and use very little force that will in turn reduce the vacuum level being exerted in your glans. Also, you should start off with only 5 minutes of stretching that will also reduce the vacuum force on your glans. I know it sucks, but glans blisters are a bitch and should be avoided at all costs.


“completely heal again” ok. It might take a few months.
I thought to drop the device; can I still use it? Thank you. Every time I started, I could feel I could do more. So I added some tiny pieces to make it longer. This is the reason then. Same thing yesterday, just a small piece more.

“use very little force that will in turn reduce the vacuum level being exerted in your glans” are you suggesting to use the device with not that length for some time? How will that help? I mean: how will that “reduce the vacuum level being exerted in your glans” so that I can put more length (or weight, I see the way they relate)?

“start off with only 5 minutes of stretching that will also reduce the vacuum force on your glans” the new routine: 5m warmup, 5m stretching, 50m PeniMaster pro, 5m break. Is it this what you are suggesting?

I’m sorry for all these questions. I don’t understand the relationship with the vacuum force on my glans and stretching/less weight.

Originally Posted by gprent
The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.


This is a great advice.

The diaphragm that attaches to your glans exerts more and more vacuum force with increasing weight or stretching force that you use. Also, the vacuum being used over a long period of time, say, a stretching session of 20 or 30 minutes, or whatever you have been using, also contributes to blister formation.

Guys that use vacuum pumps can also develop blisters, especially after they pack the cylinder and all of the vacuum force is being concentrated on the glans.

Unfortunately, once you get a blister, they do take a long time to heal, and when you restart, you have to go slowly in both length of time and force you use.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Originally Posted by gprent
The diaphragm that attaches to your glans exerts more and more vacuum force with increasing weight or stretching force that you use. Also, the vacuum being used over a long period of time, say, a stretching session of 20 or 30 minutes, or whatever you have been using, also contributes to blister formation.

Guys that use vacuum pumps can also develop blisters, especially after they pack the cylinder and all of the vacuum force is being concentrated on the glans.

Unfortunately, once you get a blister, they do take a long time to heal, and when you restart, you have to go slowly in both length of time and force you use.


I understand. The only way to avoid them is to start slow so that the glans get used to the force and only then add more weight?

Yes, I remember it “exploded” after a few weeks, but didn’t fade away for some months.

Can I (while it heals) start with the newbie routine again? Or use another device? Perhaps I could start with another extender and integrate the PM Pro slowly over time. The PM Chrome unfortunately is too tight and the blood cannot flow at all to the glans (which becomes all black).

Originally Posted by gprent
The diaphragm that attaches to your glans exerts more and more vacuum force with increasing weight or stretching force that you use. Also, the vacuum being used over a long period of time, say, a stretching session of 20 or 30 minutes, or whatever you have been using, also contributes to blister formation.

Guys that use vacuum pumps can also develop blisters, especially after they pack the cylinder and all of the vacuum force is being concentrated on the glans.

Unfortunately, once you get a blister, they do take a long time to heal, and when you restart, you have to go slowly in both length of time and force you use.

gprent, I’m halfpacking my 1.75” tube because I have a treetrunk shape dick so the vacuum is being focus on the 2nd half of my shaft+ my glans and it gets really big. I’m doing spiking to higher vacuum in my routine, should I use my 2.00” instead or there will be a warning sign before getting a blister ?


PhoenixNow Progress Reports | Shockwave and P-Shot log - The rise of the Cyborg Cock

Started August 2018: BPEL/MEG 5.7" x 5" - Now: 6.25" x 5.25" BEG: 6.15"

Goal: BPEL/MEG 8.5" x 6.5"

Originally Posted by PhoenixNow

Gprent, I’m halfpacking my 1.75” tube because I have a treetrunk shape dick so the vacuum is being focus on the 2nd half of my shaft+ my glans and it gets really big. I’m doing spiking to higher vacuum in my routine, should I use my 2.00” instead or there will be a warning sign before getting a blister ?

For me the warning signs are “tickling” in my glans. Either they come too late or I don’t think they are anything worrying until they become noticeable at which point it’s too late

Originally Posted by serorizot

For me the warning signs are “tickling” in my glans. Either they come too late or I don’t think they are anything worrying until they become noticeable at which point it’s too late

Interesting, do you pack your tubes or do you use bigger tubes ?


PhoenixNow Progress Reports | Shockwave and P-Shot log - The rise of the Cyborg Cock

Started August 2018: BPEL/MEG 5.7" x 5" - Now: 6.25" x 5.25" BEG: 6.15"

Goal: BPEL/MEG 8.5" x 6.5"

Originally Posted by PhoenixNow

Interesting, do you pack your tubes or do you use bigger tubes ?

I don’t understand what you mean. I’m using the extender PeniMaster Pro. What is a tube? What do you mean by “pack your tubes”?

Originally Posted by PhoenixNow
gprent, I’m halfpacking my 1.75” tube because I have a treetrunk shape dick so the vacuum is being focus on the 2nd half of my shaft+ my glans and it gets really big. I’m doing spiking to higher vacuum in my routine, should I use my 2.00” instead or there will be a warning sign before getting a blister ?

Developing a blister also depends on the amount of pressure you use and the length of continuous time you spend in the cylinder. So what is the answer to those two contributing factors? Spiking to a higher pressure usually is more likely to break some capillaries or cause bruising vs staying packed at a constant high pressure for a longer period of time.

Since you do have 2 cylinders, staging is often used when you start your routine in the smaller cylinder and once you pack it, switch over to the larger cylinder and continue with your session.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Originally Posted by gprent
Developing a blister also depends on the amount of pressure you use and the length of continuous time you spend in the cylinder. So what is the answer to those two contributing factors? Spiking to a higher pressure usually is more likely to break some capillaries or cause bruising vs staying packed at a constant high pressure for a longer period of time.

Since you do have 2 cylinders, staging is often used when you start your routine in the smaller cylinder and once you pack it, switch over to the larger cylinder and continue with your session.


I was considering the phallosan to avoid the blister in the future. By your explanation it seems it all depends on the work, so the phallosan won’t solve it.

I remember when the blister heals and the skin heals, a small “shape” like a little pit (I don’t know how to describe it) remains and it will go away over time, when the glans will be as it was before.
During this time, can I do the newbie routine? It will be probably better to wait some time when the skin heals before using the device again.

Finally: I will start slowly and without too much pressure with the PM next time. It does not mean I will never be able to apply more pressure, does it? It will just require more time (to be safe) so that the glans is able to, right?

Originally Posted by serorizot
I was considering the phallosan to avoid the blister in the future. By your explanation it seems it all depends on the work, so the phallosan won’t solve it.

I remember when the blister heals and the skin heals, a small “shape” like a little pit (I don’t know how to describe it) remains and it will go away over time, when the glans will be as it was before.
During this time, can I do the newbie routine? It will be probably better to wait some time when the skin heals before using the device again.

Finally: I will start slowly and without too much pressure with the PM next time. It does not mean I will never be able to apply more pressure, does it? It will just require more time (to be safe) so that the glans is able to, right?

I think you are going to have to play it by ear and see how you react to different methods of getting back into the game. No matter what method, you have to start like a complete newbie by taking it easy and paying close attention to anything negative and just stopping before causing too much trauma. It will take patience, but I think you will slowly build up your tolerance to an effective routine.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Thats really common with vacuum devices, we(vacuum hangers) usually tape(with micropore tape for example) the glans for avoiding this

Originally Posted by eivbisi

Thats really common with vacuum devices, we(vacuum hangers) usually tape(with micropore tape for example) the glans for avoiding this

How does that work? How can I avoid that issue by using a micropore tape? Would I put it around my glans? I have never tried such a method, but if that works, I definitely will.

Top
Similar Threads 
ThreadStarterForumRepliesLast Post
Deflated Glans and Firm Flaccid: Pelvic Floor DysfunctionTweakingInjuries and Treatments45102-22-2019 03:16 AM
Penis vein and soft glans and erection injury. Feeling terrible.RizzlesticksInjuries and Treatments2803-24-2018 03:26 AM
Successful Glans EnlargementFarhan8831Penis Enlargement Basics104-27-2014 12:09 PM
Some glans exercise idea.NevodPenis Enlargement Basics401-20-2010 06:24 AM
Vary the amount of blood in glans while stretchingMarcus jPenis Enlargement Basics207-28-2004 02:52 AM

All times are GMT. The time now is 09:47 AM.