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Might be thrombosed vein

Might be thrombosed vein

Hey guys.

So, I have what is generally diagnosed as a thrombose vein. It feels like a guitar string under the skin on the top of my penis, and extends all the way from up in my body down to almost the head of the penis, where I lose it. But here is the deal: there is NO pain, and my erections are strong and healthy. I have had it for a long time now. About 2 months ago, while reading here at Thunderers, I diagnosed it as thrombose, but have had it for as long as I can remember. So I took the last two months off to see if it would go away and it did not. It is the same as it has always been. For a while I just thought it was a ligament or something hard that connects the penis to the body in some way, but Thunderers has made me think otherwise.

My questions are these:
Has anyone else experienced a thrombose vein that did not go away after long periods of rest?
What do you guys think I should do?

Thanks in advance.

If it isn’t painful and isn’t hot to the touch, it is not thrombosed. It is very unusual to get a thrombosed vessel in the penis.

I have two veins which are exactly as you describe. Totally harmless.


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avocet8

Yes, I have the same thing in my penis, extending from inside my body all the way up the shaft, then it wraps around just underneath the glans. I have two, like avocet8, almost symmetrical in position - one on either side of the dorsal vein - except one is more prominent than the other. Granted they’re not thrombosed, but I have a few questions for both of you guys:

1) Can you feel your pulse on these “guitar strings”? I can, very strongly at times. (I think I remember avocet saying that he can feel his pulse on them in a post on the Injury Forum.

2) Do they impede or in any way jeopardize PE gains? Is there anything I need to be careful about?

3) What on earth are they? Veins? Arteries?

But it’s good to know that they are normal.

Peace.


:monty: Don\'t forget your KEGELS! :monty:

Cern,

I have not noticed my pulse at all. They are much harder than veins or arteries in my case, and certainly not hollow. They are, if I had to wager a guess, ligaments or some kind of cartilage that is meant to connect the penis to the body. Also, they have never impeded my gains or caused me pain. Now that I know they are not thrombose I am going to start PEing again.

I have another question that someone might be able to help me with;

Are the major PE related problems in the penis marked by lumps or clots INSIDE the veins? Do the veins ever get hard and never heal up again without ever having had a visible lump or clot?

I have never had an injury, and would like to keep it that way.

Originally Posted by WhiskeyFish
Cern,

I have not noticed my pulse at all. They are much harder than veins or arteries in my case, and certainly not hollow. They are, if I had to wager a guess, ligaments or some kind of cartilage that is meant to connect the penis to the body. Also, they have never impeded my gains or caused me pain. Now that I know they are not thrombose I am going to start PEing again.

I have not understood if your problem is PE related. However take in consideration the possibility that your “like guitar string” may be a lymph vessel with some drainage problems.

Take a look here:
http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/ate/menshealth/205011.html

Sometimes lymphoceles are hard to vanished but are completely harmless.

Originally Posted by WhiskeyFish
Cern,

I have not noticed my pulse at all. They are much harder than veins or arteries in my case, and certainly not hollow. They are, if I had to wager a guess, ligaments or some kind of cartilage that is meant to connect the penis to the body. Also, they have never impeded my gains or caused me pain. Now that I know they are not thrombose I am going to start PEing again.

Maybe that is what it is - some kind of ligament. I only wonder because it sounds exactly like what I have, only I can feel my pulse on mine. It doesn’t seem hollow either, the only reason I figure it’s a vein is because I can feel my pulse. Is it in the center of your dorsum, or on one of the sides?


:monty: Don\'t forget your KEGELS! :monty:

I have the same exact thing. I have a hard (or very firm) vein that runs from just left of center on the dorsum at the base all the way up near the head, where it turns downward and then runs right underneath the head on the left side. Just behind the head, the vein will often be raised (it’s well under the skin, so I can’t see it but can feel it) and if I press there when it’s raised, I can easily feel my pulse. Back at the base, or mid-shaft, I can’t feel my pulse, but I can easily find the vein as it’s firm.

Mine does cause a minor pain at the head, as I think this vein is pressing against a nerve ending, so when I retract my foreskin or stroke it right there, I get a little nerve twinge right on the coronal ridge above the vein. Nothing that hurts too bad, but I do think the two things are connected due to their proximity.

I don’t know how to get rid of this. I noticed it immediately after sex one time about a month ago. It’s not thrombosed in the true sense, as it’s not rock hard, it just gets very firm frequently. There’s blood flowing through it, obviously by the heartbeat, I get the sense that the vein is distended though, sort of like a varicose vein.

I don’t know what to do about it. I’d like to get rid of it so the nerve would quit firing in that spot, but thus far, it seems to be hanging on. I’ve tried aspirin and mild heat, but neither seem to do any good.

Any suggestions would be welcome.

I have the same thing , I think it is an artery not a vein.

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