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Thombosed Vein vs Clogged Lymph Vessels

Mine took 2 months. Gentle massage if all nodes seemed to work for me. They are still larger than I remember but cause no issue. I am back to active PE which at the moment is clamping. As long as I don’t clamp longer than 10 mins before warming the penis up for the next set I am fine. I only do 3 x 10 min as any more just seems to drag fluid in.

I basically have a hard line/possible vein on tge shaft of my penis. Pumping makes it harder, but Im sure it came from jelqing. Its so annoying. I want to get back to my routine. Its not painful, but it can get sore if I continue to mess with it.

After 2 months I think it finally healed.
I can barely locate the lymph vessel anymore.

I just noticed one day that I had a hard cord like vessel.
It went right down the middle of the penis and going around to the left before reaching the glans (it just stopped somewhere in the left side).
There were noticeable bumps in the cord towards the base of the penis.
There was never any pain involved.

I tried to drain the lymph downwards (a few days after) but I don’t think it did anything (maybe it was too late).
After a month or so the bumps started to get less noticeable and slowly the entire cord receded.
I did not abstain from masturbation during the 2 month period, but I also didn’t do anything rigorous.

I’m just glad it’s back to normal.

I had moderate lymph issues when I first clamped, but I realized it was all about heat and now that I use constant heat I never have any problems. During a session I might notice a lumpy buildup, but it’s gone as soon as the clamp comes off.

Injury

Hello - Excessive masturbation resulted in me damaging my penis. I went through multiple ultrasounds and tests but nothing was found. Only issues they found were hydroceles and varicoceles including epidydmal cysts. Long story short, it has been four months. I still have lots of pain in my penis. My penis falls(not curves.. It’s not Peyronie) to the left. Their are prominent veins on the penis, can’t make the distinction between dorsal and lymph vessels. On the left on the penis there is a vein that goes from the base all the way down to the top of the glans and on the right side there are two adjacent veins that running side by side and they sort of branch away on top of the glans. There is one that sort of looks all wiggly. Questions:-

1) what’s the difference in the dorsal vein and a lymph node?

2) could it be a damaged dorsal vein or lymphatic vessel? If so, how can I tell? Could be a thrombosed vein or damaged lymphatic vessel.

3) I didn’t have hydroceles before the February incident. Could these be a result or related to these prominent veins?

4) my penis is limp and very unlife like. Could it be stress and anxiety from the last four months that’s causing this to happen to my penis.? I am still having nocturnal erections including morning wood. But the glans is acting weird. It changes it’s bulb like shape.. At times it’s narrow and long and at times, it’s bulb like.

5) My penis hurts on the left side just past the glans. Not sure what is causing this.

Doctors have been unable to help.. Can anyone chime in on the above?

I have a penile Doppler on Friday and hoping it sheds some light on this.

Thanks for reading and look forward to hearing from you.


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How do you know you had no hydroceles before the injury? Were you examined previously for them?

Originally Posted by Jimmybob55
How do you know you had no hydroceles before the injury? Were you examined previously for them?

No I wasn’t examined before. I had an ultrasound in February and have had another one recently, the size has grown from the size in February. That’s what worries me, if it’s lymph that’s pooling then it’s only going to get bigger. Not sure what the distinction in a ‘normal hydrocele’ as doctors like to call it and an abnormal one is. The other interesting thing is that the hydroceles are bilateral. From what I understand, the hydroceles are generally unilateral. To make matters worse, one ultrasound showed bilateral varicoceles as well, albeit small. And bilateral epididymal cysts. What are your thoughts?


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Last edited by Cam_sharma : 06-08-2016 at . Reason: Added additional information.

Well if the hydrocele was found during the first ultrasound then it was probably there before your injury. Hydroceles do grow with time and when large enough they must be removed surgically. There are usually diagnosed by trans-illumination but maybe they they used ultrasound to see something else as well.

Originally Posted by Jimmybob55
Well if the hydrocele was found during the first ultrasound then it was probably there before your injury. Hydroceles do grow with time and when large enough they must be removed surgically. There are usually diagnosed by trans-illumination but maybe they they used ultrasound to see something else as well.

I edited my previous post. They didn’t use transillumination . If it’s lymph, would it transilluminate? I just want the pain to go away and my penis and scrotum to go back to normal. I am abstaining from all sexual activities and using rice socks. I am also taking aspirin 325 daily to break up any blood clots and help with inflammation.


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A blocked lymph vessel rarely would cause pain without considerable swelling; the swelling would be noticeable.

Originally Posted by Jimmybob55
A blocked lymph vessel rarely would cause pain without considerable swelling; the swelling would be noticeable.

I don’t think it’s swollen. I find though the hydrocele is communicating. The fluid goes into the abdomen when lying down and eventually makes its way back to the scrotum when upright. Not sure if lymph fluid would travel like that. And the pain is on the side of my penis just past the glans on the shaft. It hurts to touch.


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Hurts to the touch? Then it’s bruised correct?

Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

I don’t think it’s swollen. I find though the hydrocele is communicating. The fluid goes into the abdomen when lying down and eventually makes its way back to the scrotum when upright. Not sure if lymph fluid would travel like that. And the pain is on the side of my penis just past the glans on the shaft. It hurts to touch.

It could be an irritated lymph vessel. Lymph vessels loop around the top of the shaft right below the glans. Irritated lymph vessels can feel painful to the touch, but if the pain is really bad then it might not be an irritated lymph vessel. Try leaving your penis alone for a week or 2. And if it still doesn’t go away, you may have to leave your penis alone for a month or more.

Originally Posted by Jimmybob55
Hurts to the touch? Then it’s bruised correct?

That’s the thing. There are no bruises anywhere. There are two wiggly worm like veins on the head of the glans. Not sure if they are veins or lymph vessels.


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Originally Posted by poople
It could be an irritated lymph vessel. Lymph vessels loop around the top of the shaft right below the glans. Irritated lymph vessels can feel painful to the touch, but if the pain is really bad then it might not be an irritated lymph vessel. Try leaving your penis alone for a week or 2. And if it still doesn’t go away, you may have to leave your penis alone for a month or more.

Have been leaning it along for over a month. Will leave it alone longer. The veins I have actually go on top of the glans. Two of them in fact. They are side by side coming on the shaft and then they sort of split away on top of the glans. Would lymph vessels on the penis cause hydroceles or fluid buildup in the scrotum? Trying to see if there is a correlation. Also, I don’t feel any enlarged lymph nodes in the inguinal region. My big fear is scrotal lymphedema.


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