Re: more on discoloration
>I have yet to see a thread where someone got rid of their bruising once it lasted for about a week (except maybe for Bib). Can someone tell us here if this discoloration ever goes away , particularly if you stop PE? or if you don’t stop PE? I think its important to have this information. A bruised, discolored penis is a pretty steep price to pay for a larger penis.<
There is some evidence the darkening lightens over time with abstinence from PE, at least for some guys. Posts are sparse because most guys who stop PE don’t check back in later. Here’s one.
>So, when do I decide that this bruising just isnt going to go away, and to just start doing PE again? I’m not sure, perhaps 1 month. In the meantime I have stopped PE alltogether and I am going to follow the treatments above.<
Mine didn’t lighten at all after a month off. I don’t like the darkening either, but 1) I already have it, why complain?, and 2) I’ll take a bigger, discolored dick over a small, pretty one. I’d like to have a big, pretty dick, but that’s not on the list of options. :( I don’t know why some of us are much more prone to discoloration than others.
>I’ll keep anyone posted if anyone’s interested.
>Does anyone have any experience to add to this, or can anyone add to possible treatments or methods of prevention?
What helped me the most was avoiding building pressure under stretched skin:
I have discoloration from two handed squeezes, but I figured out why it happened and solved the problem. I’ve been doing them again and haven’t had any further discoloration.
The trick is to not build pressure under stretched skin. Always keep the skin loose between your hands. Pull some skin forward as you set your tourniquet grip, and pay attention as you squeeze. You may need to move your hands slightly closer together as the shaft bulges. DO NOT pull them apart. By always maintaining some skin slack I don’t even get red dots from intense squeezes anymore. Oh, maybe one or two little tiny dots occasionally, but nothing like the big nasty blotches that eventually turned into my permanent(?) discoloration.