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Clogged lymph vessel? Please help

Hi. Newbie here. Hoping for some help. About a week ago, I found a firm bump on the right side of my penis (on the top side). It resides roughly around an inch or so above the base of my penis. It is currently around the size of a BB pellet (It may have been slightly larger when I first discovered it). I had sex two days before and I had put some very firm pressure with my thumb near the spot where this bump is and I also masturbated once the following day putting pressure near this spot (didn’t feel anything at the time). My tendency is to put pressure near this spot during masturbation so I know I haven’t had it long. So I am guessing I must have injured it during sex without knowing. The bump is pretty painless (maybe a slight occasional ache at most). I had sex once 3 or 4 days after I discovered it and I felt no pain from it. I have left it alone for the last 4 days (no sex, no masturbation. Just a little feeling around to see if it has changed). It has maybe improved a tad but it is tough to tell.

When I first discovered it, I felt around a bit and the bump moves pretty freely under the skin and it feels like it is attached to a firm “vein” (almost like a less firm guitar string feel). The “vein” isn’t noticeable on the skin surface (only the bump is somewhat noticeable). The firm vein goes from the base of my penis and extends about a half an inch or so above the bump before fading into the structure of the penis closer to the circumcised area. From what I can tell (though I am not sure), I am guessing the bump is a clogged lymph vessel and the hard “vein” is the lymph channel it runs through. But I thought I would ask here since it seems some people here have potentially had a similar event. I have looked through this thread and the picture that “Big Worm” posted back on page 6 appears relatively similar to mine. Roughly the same spot on the penis and similar in appearance.

Does this sound correct? I will attach a few pictures.

From what I have read, it sounds like avoiding irritating the bump (via no sex or masturbation) and maybe taking a anti-inflammatory is the way to get rid of it. Although I realize it may take several weeks (which sucks). Although maybe there are alternatives to speed up the process that I am unaware of.

Thanks for any replies.

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Can't Get My Veins to Go Down

I’m a 3yrs PE “veteran”. Never had any relevant injuries until about 4 months ago or so. After getting probably carried away with a clamping session, I noticed a thick “swollen” vein running on top on the shaft from within the base and almost to the glans. It was swollen and it has a cord-like feel to it.

Initial reaction was to take easy on PE and to light work. Of course, it did not get better.

So a few days later I decided to put off PE for a few weeks and take some anti-inflammatories (Flanax). Nothing - it was still there.

After maybe 4 weeks, I decided to get back to PE (basically stretching and jelqing). The vein was still there, but it seemed a bit less swollen and it brought no pain.

However, about a month later after I had taken up PE again, I started to get some additional cord-like twisted veins (with a couple of hard bumps spread out) on the upper part of the shaft, in my foreskin region. Again, very little discomfort and I’d say almost no pain. These were a couple of swollen “rims” veins on the sides of the glans, and some little bumps here and there. So basically today my dick is ribbed in the foreskin and close to the shaft pretty much through all the front part and side of my upper shaft.

Its been 3 weeks now that I’ve stopped to jelq again, no bathmate, etc so see if they’d budge but these veins just don’t come down.

My concern is of course not create something very serious and also I want to get rid of this because it looks bad and feels weird (any woman would probably be concerned about it).

My feeling after dealing with this stuff for several months is that this seems like less of a serious health hazard and more of a discomfort and look issue. But naturally its not the way its supposed to be and for certain I don’t think I should resume PE (at least not with the bathmate and obviously not clamping) until these have cleared. The issue is that they have not go down and seem somewhat permanent.

I’ve been using now for a few days Heparin Based Gel on it and am taking Flanax again.

Is there something else that should be more effective than what I’m doing or an alternative treatment that I should try.

Since they’re hard, I can’t seem to manually push them out or anything and certainly do want to force them in the wrong way.

One thing is for certain: my PE “career” is extremely important for me and I’m in no way considering retiring from it.

Sorry for the long post.

All constructive help is very much appreciated.

Thanks

Once these become chronic the only thing to do is leave well alone. It may take months to resolve though.

Sounds very like they are lymphatic vessels. It is worth trying warm wraps once or twice a day.


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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Originally Posted by firegoat
Sounds very like they are lymphatic vessels. It is worth trying warm wraps once or twice a day.

You meant what I described, Firegoat? Anyway to “drain” and free them? Would aspirin help with this? Thanks

Originally Posted by jcarrier

You meant what I described, Firegoat? Anyway to “drain” and free them? Would aspirin help with this? Thanks

Yes. I don’t think Asprin would help much. Warm wraps/packs and very gentle massage over the areas may help, but don’t expect very quick results, and be consistent, but stop if anything seems worse.


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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Just wanted to update what I wrote 10+ days ago in a post above. Pretty sure it was a lymph channel blockage that I had. The vast majority of what I have heard/read is that leaving your penis alone and letting the lymph channel blockage heal is the best course of action (I.e. No sex, no masturbation). So that is exactly what I did. I have left it alone. It hasn’t been easy but that is what I did.

It has been roughly a tad under three weeks since I first discovered the blockage and it is almost entirely gone now that I have kept a hands off approach for 2+ weeks (shrunk close to unnoticeable now). I’d guess it will be completely gone in another few days. I feel a great sense of relief. I don’t suspect everybody’s will heal in two or three weeks (I don’t want to disappoint anybody if theirs is still there after two or three weeks of no activity) but I do think it will completely heal if you don’t continually exacerbate it with masturbation or sex. Just give it a bit of time to rest.. And you’ll likely be back in “fighting shape” in no time. Good luck to everybody dealing with this. You just have to realize it will go away if you handle things correctly.

About two months on for me and still not completely gone.

Things I tried.

Hard squeezing to remove fluid. Works in short term but inflames area. Not a good idea.
Trace and massage Lymph node back into your penis. No go but wait!
Find deep Lymph nodes that are swollen deeper within the Penis and massage. Seems to be the trick, along with gentle massage of the area. Look below the swollen nodes to deeper within the penis underneath the swollen area.
Pump to release Lymph. Plausible as Myth Busters would say.
Clamping for the same reason as pump. Plausible. It enlarged the Lymph area but did seen to aid drainage a little.

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ShaunBaby

Hello all. I believe I have the lymph issue as well on the right side of my shaft. Noticed it after adding clamping to my routine. I currently use a Bib hanger with great results. Anyway, I ordered DMSO 90% gel and will apply that and see how it works. Any success stories with this? Also, can I keep hanging while working on the lymph? And since, it taste like garlic how many days should I stop using it before, having sex on the weekend. Don’t want the girl to feel like she’s sucking on garlic bread.

I tried a clamp on the top of the lymph glands, with AC hose insulation between the clamp and the penis. I the got erect and let the pressure of the erection push against the clamp on top of the swolen lymph.

Seemed to work well. Any one else tried this?

Shaun.

I wondered what would happen if while clamping at the base I put a second clap just below the head.

I did 2 x 10min clamps with a bit of pressure below the head. I hoped this would allow me to continue PE while not allowing lymph fluid build up around the already injured area. But guess what happened? The pressure under the head has drained the damaged lymph nodes to their smallest size yet.

Originally Posted by Shaunbaby
I wondered what would happen if while clamping at the base I put a second clap just below the head.
[…] The pressure under the head has drained the damaged lymph nodes to their smallest size yet.

Originally Posted by Shaunbaby
Trace and massage Lymph node back into your penis. No go but wait!
Find deep Lymph nodes that are swollen deeper within the Penis and massage. Seems to be the trick, along with gentle massage of the area. Look below the swollen nodes to deeper within the penis underneath the swollen area.

Originally Posted by midatlantic
Hello all. I believe I have the lymph issue as well on the right side of my shaft. Noticed it after adding clamping to my routine.

So, when the first clamp at the base is in place, how are you going to kegel more blood into the head for the second clamp? This doest not sound healthy, mate.

And secondly, and please mind this: Lymph fluid does not equal lymph nodes. In fact, the fluid buildup is merely fluid, there is little relation to lymph tracts in the penis. It’s all fluid coming from extravasation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extravasation). There are no lymph nodes in your penis, there are some in the surrounding pubic fat and above the thighs. A swollen lymph node has nothing to do with PE ;)


* 7 July 2015 (start): BPEL 17 cm (6.7") / EG 13 cm (5.1")

* 6 december 2015 (latest): BPEL: 18.7 cm (7.4") / EG 13.6 cm (5.4")

note: I study medicine, will be honest and skeptical, but I never mean to offend :) My picture thread: TCG's pictures, gains and rants.

Years ago I had a PE experience on a pay site. Due to the promises of gain, I developed an anxious approach, working too quickly with too high manual pressure. And I had a lymphatic injury (clogged lymph vessel).

I think that there are signals that the body sends us to make us understand that we are giving too much stress on the vascular or lymphatic system. I’m referring to manual practices as jelq, ULI, squeeze or similar; and I’m only referring to my personal experience.

For the lymphatic system the signal is the excessive accumulation of fluid in the skin; I think this is a pointless effect for gains, and it may be the precursor to a lymphatic vessel injury.

For the vascular system are the red spots. I would call them blue spots, because they are dark, probably the damage is in the venous capillaries. Clearly the body is telling us that the pressure is too high, to the point to break some small blood vessels. If we don’t listen to this signal, it may be that in the future the damage concerns a major blood vessel, causing a vascular disease.

Red spots and excessive fluid up are signal of too high pressure (hand pressure), and are negative signals IMO.

What helps me to avoid these are:

1) a progressive approach. I jelq really stronger respect to my early stage, but I’ve build my jelq in a progressive way. Start too strong is pointless, really pointless.

2) a lot of heat; since I started using heat well, everything changed. I think the heat is really important to avoid injury.

Sorry for my bad English, only to share.

I need opinions please. I just started PE again after many years of inactivity. I began stretching btc about 10 min in the shower, followed by traction wrap. At one point in my btc stretch I bent down to get shampoo. Something popped or snapped. It only hurt for a minute or so, so I pretty much ignored it and thought it was the famous lig pop y’all talk about. Later that day, though, I noticed a veiny beaded type string which you all describe as lymph blockage. Somehow I think this is unlikely due to how the injury happened. It’s still sore and still there 4-5 days later and it’s still mildly painful (uncomfortable). What do you guys think it is? Should I be worried?

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