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Great gains until a strange possible vascular injury. Please see pic:

Great gains until a strange possible vascular injury. Please see pic:

I started PE a few years ago and had great progress in girth and length while jelqing and pumping. I believe I pumped too aggressively and caused a nodule to formulate under the skin. A year ago it was only noticeable when erect and almost invisible when flaccid. Now it’s like a pea shaped rock and sticks out even when soft. My doctor wants to have a urologist look at it for possible removal and suspects it’s a cyst. However when it first formulated, I tried to smooth it out while jelqing and it seemed to burst causing a significant sized bruise. It’s my opinion that it’s a small clot although it doesn’t change in shape when the shaft is squeezed or manipulated.. I’ve read about using essential oil but I wanted everyone’s opinion in what they would do.I’m afraid cutting it out could affect my erections etc?

Thank you very much.

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Can anyone please help give some advice here? Mods any chance we can move this to the injury forum?

If it’s not a cyst, it could be a lymph fluid build up. Does it hurt?

If it hurts it could be a thrombosis vein but they’re quite rare. For now, I know it’s hard but don’t do any PE.

I would take a shower and give it a nice massage.


Last edited by Dinosaur : 02-06-2015 at .

It is an irritated sebaceous gland IMO, which can become a cyst. Sometimes they disappear by themeselves, otherwise you have to use a topical product which will make it ‘explode’ (Gentamicin, in most of cases). They are not dangerous if not get infected, in that case you’d have fever and pain.

The better advice is to have it looked by an urologist or dermatologist.

Originally Posted by marinera

The better advice is to have it looked by an urologist or dermatologist.

This is the best advice and should be step #1. I would keep cyst as part of a differential diagnosis but add hematoma with scar tissue formation. Either way get yourself to a physician. Let us know what it was.

Yeah, ‘best’ not ‘better’. Thanks Ectospasm.

(Damn smartass..)

It does not hurt but has become slightly bigger and harder over the last year. The bump is perfectly round to the touch which seems a bit strange. I’ve stopped PE for 3 months now but that hasn’t helped. I do have an appointment to see a top LA urologist next week. I guess I should admit to PE in case it’s helps him with a diagnosis?

You guys are really great btw.. I really appreciate the help here.

I’m glad you are going to see a urologist; that, (or quite possibly a dermatologist in this case), is the best route to go to get a diagnosis. Without being able to see and feel the texture of it in person I would not like to proffer an opinion and certainly not a diagnosis, but it looks like it could well be a cyst, or possibly even a wart.


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Thanks. Do you think a urologist is enough or should I also see derm prior to any cutting?

The urologist would refer you if he thought it necessary.


Heat makes the difference between gaining quickly or slowly for some guys, or between gaining slowly instead of not at all for others. And the ideal penis size is 7.6" BPEL x 5.6" Mid Girth.

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