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Diagnosed with mild Venous Leak

Has anyone on this forum been healed from mild venous leak?

Can’t really tell but I know a couple of veteran members that started PE with some EQ issues and completely solved it thanks to jelqing.

Myself as well since my beginning my EQ went from a decent one to a very good one.

Originally Posted by Worriedguy

Has anyone on this forum been healed from mild venous leak?

Jelqing could increase your blood-flow enough to make your venous leak not very noticeable, but It might make it worse, so you’ll want to continue to try some of your other options first before you try that.

Originally Posted by Worriedguy
Has anyone on this forum been healed from mild venous leak?

Nope. I can’t remember anything, but I am new here.

Maybe other members can help. You should wait for a reply.

For the record, EQ issues brought me here at first, not the desire to gain size. I am a heavy smoker and I was looking for ways to improve EQ.

Gained some size on the road there.


BPEL 7 EG 5.5 NBPEL 6.5 Flaccid length 4.5. Started Jan 2015 at bpel 6.5 nbpel 6.0 and eg 5.2 flaccid length was 3.5

I have reached my goal. At least for now.

Maybe I’m a bit confused here, but based on Iguana’s theory on smooth muscle vs tunica, the mild leak that I have could have been caused by me expanding the tunica and creating a gap between the SM and T? If I jelq to “increase blood flow”, wouldn’t that continue to increase the size of my tunica and expand the gap even further, creating worse EQ?

When I took the ultrasound I wasn’t fully erect (hardly semi), and was given the diagnose of mild venous leak from that - do you guys think it may be inaccurate? I’m continuing with my daily supplement regime, pelvic floor exercises and fitness, but I’d like to be as proactive as I could in at least understanding what the underlying problem here is, and whether someone on this forum saw worse EQ through jelqing, and somehow got it back to “normal” EQ after doing x,y and z.

I think I have the same problem, not diagnosed, with the addition of chronic pain. It’s been about 3 years now with no sign of improvement. I can see the vein that is the problem but my urologist doesn’t want to help. I also used to get erections from a few jelqs but struggle to get erections these days. I never actively did erect jelqing, if I ever got too hard I would sit and wait for it to reduce before continuing.

My injury is 100% physical and caused by jelqing. Some people here like to blame everything on mental problems, they have no idea what they’re talking about plain and simple. Some people here like to pretend that injuries couldn’t possibly be caused by jelqing or blame people doing something incredibly wrong. These people also have no idea what they’re talking about.

I have been seeing a physical therapist, taking a lot of different supplements, yoga, stretching, a number of things all to little to no avail. It kind of feels to me like a muscle is no longer connected or activated during an erection and blood pressure is weakened as a result. If I use a cock ring I have a better erection quality and the muscle or whatever function I’m feeling seems more normal, like a gear hitting a tooth of another gear that it was previously missing.

The thing someone mentioned about the enlarged tunica? And smooth muscle sounds like an interesting theory and it would be great if someone could reply to that notion.

Originally Posted by aussiewill
I think I have the same problem, not diagnosed, with the addition of chronic pain. It’s been about 3 years now with no sign of improvement. I can see the vein that is the problem but my urologist doesn’t want to help. I also used to get erections from a few jelqs but struggle to get erections these days. I never actively did erect jelqing, if I ever got too hard I would sit and wait for it to reduce before continuing.

My injury is 100% physical and caused by jelqing. Some people here like to blame everything on mental problems, they have no idea what they’re talking about plain and simple. Some people here like to pretend that injuries couldn’t possibly be caused by jelqing or blame people doing something incredibly wrong. These people also have no idea what they’re talking about.

I have been seeing a physical therapist, taking a lot of different supplements, yoga, stretching, a number of things all to little to no avail. It kind of feels to me like a muscle is no longer connected or activated during an erection and blood pressure is weakened as a result. If I use a cock ring I have a better erection quality and the muscle or whatever function I’m feeling seems more normal, like a gear hitting a tooth of another gear that it was previously missing.

The thing someone mentioned about the enlarged tunica? And smooth muscle sounds like an interesting theory and it would be great if someone could reply to that notion.

I agree with everything you mentioned. Lots of people say its all “psychological” but they don’t understand what we’re going through. Have you tried pelvic floor exercises? What supplements are you taking? Have you tried getting back into jelqing/clamping (lightly)? Have you tried ED drugs? Do you also sometimes get full erections/sustain them or is it very rare/non existent? Sometimes I think that the only way to get better is to do what got us here in the first place but correctly this time if that makes sense. It may be risky, but I don’t see many options left.

Can any experienced members chime in here?

there are so many question, modern medicine cant tell us yet.

fact is that the vein structure in penis vary. some have slight connection to other internal vein-systems of the penis.. like some people have drainage of the glans via the superficial dorsal vein that is said to drain just the skin. there is a medical article about a guy that glans got more engorged after an operation on his great saphenous vein in his leg and they traced it back to his superficial dorsal vein and not the deep dorsal vein that drained the glans/CS.
the other thing is the valve-thing. Many veins in the penis have in fact valves and they vary from man to man. I talked before about the circumflex veins that do have in fact valves but it would be a too obvious damage that many would notice after their injury. I cant imagine after the many many guys who injured themself that they did not notice abnormal circumflex veins (i found just one)

what i am mostly afraid of is that the urethal vein in (all or just some) men have valves too. if that is the case there is in fact not much one can do about the injury.

another fact is that the drainage of the CS vary from man to man too. not every man has a drainage of the CS into the internal pudendal vein.

about the tunica-smooth muscle-theory: after penis-prothesis operation some men develop it (in that case its called floppy-glans-syndrome) and the theory is that the prothesis does not compress enough of the tunica. but after so many injuries through PE would there be not one guy who got this correctly diagnosed?

and about the pelvic floor syndrome. its now the abracadaver of all the forums that banned obitoo in the first place. his forum is now “down for maintance” for ages and after so many guys who said that this therapy did not help him i guess he found out that that was not the case. I just read about a guy who had HF for 7 years and tried everything in obitoos book. Obitoo was treated with tamsulusin and with that you could go to the south pole without your dick turtling

there is that one guy in this forum called yataghan who had drainage over the superficial dorsal vein but he had problems maintainig an erectile lying while he could hold it longer standing. More people have problems getting erection while standing for example in the shower

I think we can all agree on that since the injury there is an abnormal drainage of the CS/Glans. but what i dont understand ist that, when they dont have HF, they have a longer and HEAVIER flaccid penis. Why is it heavier? is it less supported by the CS or is it because there is now blood in veins (like the superficial system) that should not carry the blood in the first place?

About Jelqing: i would not recommend jelqing for you worried guy.

Originally Posted by sozpot

I think we can all agree on that since the injury there is an abnormal drainage of the CS/Glans. But what I don’t understand its that, when they don’t have HF, they have a longer and HEAVIER flaccid penis. Why is it heavier? Is it less supported by the CS or is it because there is now blood in veins (like the superficial system) that should not carry the blood in the first place?

Yo dude . It’s funny that you say that . My penis is also like that after injury . It’s heavier and won’t go back to the way it used to look . It changes sizes and gets smaller , but never to its original look before I Jelqed one time . There’s a thread on it at Pegym called over extended flaccid . Non of the guys there ( me included ) know wtf is up . We all have different symptoms . For example . I lost full bladder sensation and others did not . Anyway , you should check it out if you haven’t .

Originally Posted by Whydididothis2
Yo dude . It’s funny that you say that . My penis is also like that after injury . It’s heavier and won’t go back to the way it used to look . It changes sizes and gets smaller , but never to its original look before I Jelqed one time . There’s a thread on it at Pegym called over extended flaccid . Non of the guys there ( me included ) know wtf is up . We all have different symptoms . For example . I lost full bladder sensation and others did not . Anyway , you should check it out if you haven’t .

there is now a problem of the CS (including the glans of course) to hold a certain amount of pressure to hold the uretha in place.

like u certainly noticed, and many others too, that the glans doesnt get big, and the the cs feels like is empty. and while “semi-erect” (without the rigid CS) you are able to press the glans so that it goes back to his defleated wrinkled state. Before your jelq-injury the CS was always filled with blood (other than the CC that are able to empty pretty much completly). so now there is no blood and you bladder is full the body pumps blood in the CS to hold the normal amount of pressure for you peeing normally but the amount of pressure cant be achieved and so the body pumps more and more blood that is drained the same amount. SO penis feels heavier.

these injury, like i stated before, go way back to 2002, and these admins now being so expirienced with that kind of stuff they are now afraid of lawsuit or probably other ways of revenge.

when you buy a box of cigarette there is a picture in most countries of the worst case that can happen to you. complete black lungs, cut of leg and stuff like that, but they promote these pe-stuff like there are just minor injuries, but the case YOU have is permanet, how it seems. this cusp guy sells even a book on amazon. And when you check Google-Cache you will be amazed, what stuff they deleted from the forum.

Big al on pegym says stuff like “hf is just a symptom” … is a broken leg a symptom too? but it hurts and I cant walk anymore!

and its well documented how they react to injuries like that. Just read what they say about HF:

“I’m assuming most people have seen a turtle at some point in their lives. Am I right about this? When you walk up to a turtle, unless he is a particularly sociable one, he pulls his head and neck back into his shell. ” of course… thats the way talking that MAJOR inury down…

“If you have prolonged turtling, for days and days, and none of these tips have helped you, you might greatly need some time away from penis enlargement. Try taking a week off, or 2, and then come back and apply some of these tips. You also may wish to consult with other members of our penis forums.” …. of course. whydididothis you of course know what they say about it. there are so many fake accounts coming up… now on pegym they made an fakeaccount (or maybe he works there) who quetions HF at all, and says it is nothing, but we know its a unnormal drainage of the corpera…

so there is a lawsuit coming up. everything they do is documented. the symptoms, as you stated whydididothis are similar and these injruey happans now for over 10 years. If you have time, work on a doc-document copying-pasting their tactics (like the guirlla tactic they do all the time, giving themselfs thumbs-up and talking the injured down)

Lawsuits? Just my cup of tea. Some folks see a birdeyes view; others haven’t got a clue! Oh just words from an old song! Felt like saying it.

I knew all along that jimmybob works here or at pegym. Lies ,lies, lies

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