Cable Clampers please read!! My urologist diagnosed me with Sclerosing Lymphangitis
I went to my first urologist last November and he told me I had a thrombosed vein and that it would heal on it’s own, but it still has not healed.
I went to see my urologist regarding my thrombosed vein
Then three weeks ago, I go to see second urologist for another opinion and he diagnosed me with sclerosing lymphangitis. He asked me if I did excessive masturbation/sex, I replied yes. I did not want to tell him I used cable clamps while erect to make my penis thicker (guys please don’t do this any more, look what happened to me). He told me I harmed my lymph vessel and it is full of some kind of fluid. This is completely different from what my first doctor said, which was a dead vein where the blood had no where to go.
He prescribed me 10 tablets of Naproxen 500mg to be taken every 12 hours after a meal. He said that if my injury didn’t heal from that, then more than likely is going to be permanent. Well, I’ve taken all 10 tablets and I still got the damn thing.
I’ll be the first person to tell all of you, DON’T use cable clamps as a pe exercise. You are freaking harming your penis!! I’m a pe veteran, I’ve been doing this for over 2 years. So this stuff doesn’t apply to just newbies. I wish I had a digital camera to take a picture of my injury, but I don’t have one. I guess the only solution is through surgery. I’m totally freaked out now. Right now I’m taking 1200mg (6 capsules taken twice a day) of Advil a day and 600mg of Niacin a day. I know this is not healthy, but I’d like to get rid of this. There has to be some sort of non-surgical method to get rid of this problem.
I’ve been reading this message board: http://www.greenspun.com/bboard/q-a…l?msg_id=0090C9
One guy says he’s had this injury for 15 years and hasn’t gone away. Oh boy I’m in it for the long haul :(