OK … So you’re an MD … I guess that makes me a “little” less concerned.
Also … you’re in the UK … so I understand the trama associated with entering into the NHS phone center hell required to see a specialist.
That said … I still don’t think that ANY form of PE should cause ANY sort of bleeding for ANY reason … EVER.
When I do my manual stretches … here is how it goes. I use a cotton comfort rag and I grab my John Thomas with an under hand grip and pull pretty much as hard as I can for 45 seconds … up down left and right.
I do this for 4 or 5 sets with 5 or 10 uli’s in between each set. When I first started out I got some red dots on the glans but that went away after a week and it hasn’t re-occured.
No blood … not any … not EVER.
If you are bleeding it is very unlikely that it is the very tame and unaggressive routine that you have been doing that has caused it … particularly if you are not new to PE.
My concern is that it is potentially something else that has changed that the PE is exascerbating.
Doctors (God bless your little white socks) are historically UNBELIEVEABLY BAD at self diagnosis. This is not a new concept
At a minimum … get onto one of your “Doctor” blogs or websites … or find an old med-school buddy that decided to specialize in urology and have a Doctor-to-Doctor phone call with a urologist just to verify that you are correct and that their years of study as a specialist has left them no more insightful than a qualified MD.
This is an investment of a couple hours max … that you can do it from your couch in your boxer shorts … you don’t even need to put your pants on
Wow… What a mixed message… Hostility packaged as helpfulness. Or help packaged as hostility. You tell me.
Thanks… I guess…
I’m not sure how to respond to this.
So you suggest I call a friend and say:
“I have pulled REALLY REALLY hard on my penis and now I found a droplet of blood on the tissue I was using to be able to pull even harder… What is your medical opinion?”
Are you even remotely serious? You don’t need medschool to come up with an answer:
“Stop pulling!! And if it continues to bleed, THEN come back to see me.”
So, YES, I am concerned I caused trauma. And so I won’t do this again. But am I worried that I have underlying penile/prostate cancer, STIs, or whatever? No. Would I see a doctor immediately when this happens when not doing PE? Sure thing! But I am talking extreme point pressure on the glans here (grip + grip the gripping hand to increase that grip).
Anyway, I guess I appreciate you took the time to respond and help me out. Still am not sure why you were being a bit snarky though.
(PS: my socks are black. I mean, why did you even say that??)