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Fleshy blister!

Fleshy blister!

I have a blister on the tip of my glans that’s about the size of half a dime. It doesn’t seem to be filled with fluid. I’ve had it for literally years. Even when I took nearly a year off from P.E. it didn’t go away. Years ago when I started pumping I usdd a pump with no gauge and I over pumped regularly.

I can pinch the blister and the skin just pinches together. It move around as if it’s empty. Only skin if that makes sense. It seems like I could poke through it or cut it but I’m sure it would bleed.

Has anyone else experienced this?


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Originally Posted by Valvenus
I have a blister on the tip of my glans that’s about the size of half a dime. It doesn’t seem to be filled with fluid. I’ve had it for literally years. Even when I took nearly a year off from P.E. it didn’t go away. Years ago when I started pumping I usdd a pump with no gauge and I over pumped regularly.

I can pinch the blister and the skin just pinches together. It move around as if it’s empty. Only skin if that makes sense. It seems like I could poke through it or cut it but I’m sure it would bleed.

Has anyone else experienced this?


Valvenus

Not seeing and examining the area in question myself, I can only guess what it might be. I will not pretend to diagnose or suggest treatment, because I won’t. But by the way you describe it and the fact that is unchanged over time suggests that it is a benign lesion.

You describe it as an empty blister and in all reality it may in fact be the result of blistering. A blister generally occurs due to frictional stress on the skin, generally where skin is close to bone, though not always. The trauma, inducing a hot spot, causes a disruption in the normal forces that keep fluid in the blood vessels and a leak into the tissue causes the water filled blister we all know and hate. This fluid is between the dermis and epidermis of the skin, that is why when they pop, there is a skin flap of epidermis and the nice pink dermis is open to the great outdoors and hurts.

It can also occur on the glans when there is a disruption in the fluid forces caused by other means, such as by negative forces, like pumping or vacuum stretching. The glans is very special skin. The “blistering” on the glans is generally very superficial because the specialized “epidermis” of the glans is closely applied to the dermis and underlying tissues that covers the blood filled sinuses. That is why the skin of the glans cannot be moved, normally. I had a couple when I used vacuum for stretching.

You describe pumping at very high negative pressures very frequently. This heavy duty type of pumping generally causes the penis to temporarily resemble the Michelin Man. The glans is a different story from the rest of the shaft. This negative force may have caused continued deep fluid accumulations in the glans that were re-injured over time that caused the adhesive connections in the tissues to breakdown and you have mobile skin like the empty blister you describe. That is my best guess.

If it bothers you, affects penetration, opens up or causes pain, go see a urologist. Be honest with your story so that he or she can truly diagnose and possibly “treat” you situation. If it doesn’t bother you, I would simply chalk it up to one of the untoward effects of PE.

Good luck. Keep us informed.

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