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Extender Injury

Extender Injury

Hello all,

I have been using an extender for the past 2 weeks, all was ok to begin.

The last few sessions, I may have pushed over the limit and stretched max out which was a little painful but bearable at the time. This was for 2 days as I felt seeing that I could stretch it further, why not. Also during some sessions including the last few, I got hard whilst strapped in, not sure if this contributed to the problem I have now.

So anyway, during the last 4 days, I have no morning wood, and am finding it hard to get an erection, and if I do get then it won’t maintain. My penis feels number than usual and also has a slight pin prick feeling when touched in certain places.

I have also noticed what looks like a black spot and when I stretch the skin to investigate it further it looks like a very very thin vein that stops where the black spot is. The spot is not raised or prominent and neither is the vein (like that seen on some thrombosis vein pics on here). I am not sure if this has anything to do with the above problems but is something different I’ve noticed.

I am very worried as not being able to get hard is causing problems at a critical time at home.

Would be grateful if somebody can shed some light on here please.

Thanks.

What kind of extender? A noose style?

Thanks DS.

And yes it was a noose style Marinera?

I’d stop for a couple of weeks; it would be wise to shift to another kind of stretchere, a vac-based for example. Numbness is a sign of nerve damage; not saying you have that, but just to be on the safe side better to change device.

Doesn’t sound good.. So can nerve damage repair itself?

I’ve decided not to do anything till I’m fixed again!

Also I never warmed up using the extender, I figured it wasn’t needed?. I did warm up when doing manuals for over a month before the extender though.

Nerve damage can repair itself yes. I think IF you have nerve damage (which isn’t sure at all), it is very minor so will heal in a few weeks. Too much tension for too long time with too thin lace pressing under the glans can cause issues.

Thanks a lot for your help.. This place is great.

I guess it’s my own fault for being too eager.

Just hope it does sort itself out.

Be well.

Originally Posted by marinera
I’d stop for a couple of weeks; it would be wise to shift to another kind of stretchere, a vac-based for example. Numbness is a sign of nerve damage; not saying you have that, but just to be on the safe side better to change device.

What’s the best type of extender?

Hi Stranger, how are you now? Did it sort out?


Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible.

Originally Posted by Jaam

What’s the best type of extender?

I find the noose-styles works the best, although they cause a lot of discomfort at the beginning and a thin noose can be pretty dangerous. But with the proper patience, it really got no competitors IMHO.

Stranger, have you left the forum??

How is things with you down there these days?

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