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Blood clot and PE

Blood clot and PE

Hi all,

I’m doing a similar routine as the newbie routine and I have a blood clot at mid-shaft of my penis. I think it’s where at a place where normally a hair pocket is (I’m undercircumsized). Basically.. What do I do now? Should I stop jelqing for a while? I’ve had one before when I just started with PE and it took a long time to really heal I remember. This one is a bit bigger though..

Also, is a blood clot in any way dangerous?

Thanks!

Kind regards,

Jopie


Last edited by gprent : 02-22-2016 at .

First of all, lets clear up the spelling. I am sure you mean blood clot, not cloth. I can fix the spelling for you if you give me the go ahead.

Next, any chance you can take a pic of the problem area? Would it show up in a pic?


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Hi,

Yes, I meant blood clot. I kindly ask you to change it :)

I took two pictures with flash. Just for information: I already had those hair pockets all over my penis before I started PE so that’s just..my penis I guess.

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Hi Jopie,

Get some Hirudoid cream (or the equivalent in your country) and stop your PE program until it heals.

The clot is superficial so it is not dangerous.

It looks like you need more lubricant or less force while jelqing. It takes a while to hit the sweet spot while jelqing - it should give you a nice stretch but never be painful.

Also, one of the best ways to reduce the risk of injury is to use warm up properly before you start using a heat pillow.

Good luck.

Cheers,


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Originally Posted by timeoutfortony
Hi Jopie,

Get some Hirudoid cream (or the equivalent in your country) and stop your PE program until it heals.

The clot is superficial so it is not dangerous.

It looks like you need more lubricant or less force while jelqing. It takes a while to hit the sweet spot while jelqing - it should give you a nice stretch but never be painful.

Also, one of the best ways to reduce the risk of injury is to use warm up properly before you start using a heat pillow.

Good luck.

Cheers,

Thanks for your response.

Honestly I think my skin is just sensitive for jelqing because of all the hair pockets. I warm up 5mins with a warm rice bag before and after my workout. I only jelq for 15mins and I also use constant heat during my workout. Furthermore, I dry jelq and never ever felt pain while jelqing. My penis is also not even soar the next day.

It could be that I use too much force because I jelq at kind of high erection levels. This is because I can’t get lower than 70% erection level while jelqing.

Quiting the routine until it heals sucks but I guess it’s the best way to proceed. I find it weird that it happens because I don’t even grab that part of my shaft when I jelq. When I jelq that part of the skin is just sliding up and down above my jelq grip with no pressure on it.

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