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Thombosed Vein vs Clogged Lymph Vessels

Originally Posted by capernicus1
Most folk can’t be bothered digging up a thread when they get better is my guess.

No doubt you’ll read more sinister conclusions into it which is fine.

No, not drawing any sinister conclusions. Hoping they all got better and couldn’t be bothered to post back. That’s what’s in my best interest. Hope is what keeps us going,


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Originally Posted by Cam_sharma

No, not drawing any sinister conclusions. Hoping they all got better and couldn’t be bothered to post back. That’s what’s in my best interest. Hope is what keeps us going,

I think that’s what generally happens.

Like most ‘veteran’ PEers I’ve had a few injuries over time, but have rarely ever bothered to post about them in the first place because I knew what they were and that they would get better with time/treatment. Had I not been a veteran (and if I didn’t make my living out of dealing with soft tissue injuries) I would probably have posted about them looking for answers, but it’s unlikely I’d have posted about them once they had healed.


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Originally Posted by firegoat
I think that’s what generally happens.
Like most ‘veteran’ PEers I’ve had a few injuries over time, but have rarely ever bothered to post about them in the first place because I knew what they were and that they would get better with time/treatment. Had I not been a veteran (and if I didn’t make my living out of dealing with soft tissue injuries) I would probably have posted about them looking for answers, but it’s unlikely I’d have posted about them once they had healed.

I was misdiagnosed initially and then undiagnosed afterwards, hence why I am on the Internet looking for answers. I will certainly post progress and improvement, if I experience it.


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Hi there

I wanna bring what was my experience and I believe it could be useful to the ones that don’t heal.

Almost 2 years ago I overpumped a lot and so turtling and fluid build up. I visit this topic a lot because I could feel many clogged vessels under the skin.. But even with some medical visits they say everything was normal.. (Don’t always trust doc with PE xD) The situation hadn’t almost healed for nothing for 1 and a half years and I was a bit desperate and anxious, so I thought in a vicious cycle.

The effects of this penis build up in details were, the skin of the penis was thougher and often turtling, veins more visible and broken capillars on the penis, always uncomfortable, But just rarely painful

As I said after 1 and a half years of no training of course I finally thought PE wasn’t for me and I wasn’t meant to heal.

Then with some physiotherapist visits I was told I had a wrong posture and many muscles thigh and very short that didn’t let the circulation go in the lower part of my body. So I begun with stretching, you can find bob anderson movie online, and postural exercises (also involving diaphragm) and now I healed and I am very happy :)

I believe PE for some people is different because it involves circulation and also posture that maybe in some isn’t already going very good so my suggestion if you can’t find a solution is try with it

I would really love some advice on an injury that I have been nursing for about 1 yr and 2 months.

Starting about 2 years ago, I was getting great progress with warmups, stretching and jelqing combined with Bathmate and Phallosan Forte. This included use of Phallosan Forte while sleeping.

1 year and 2 months ago, while sleeping with the Phallosan Forte on, I woke up from a deep sleep in major pain. I removed the device to find a major raised vein on the left side of my shaft and significant soreness running up and down the left side of my shaft. For several weeks after, the raised vein felt like a cord/guitar string, but went fully away after about 2 months or so.

Fast forward to today: I haven’t used my Bathmate or Phallosan Forte since then and have only tried jelqing a few times in the intervening year and 2 months. However, I still have dull ache/pain where the shaft and balls meet the body. At times this has been more notable at full erection and at orgasm. It recurs if I try jelqing.

I have seen 2 different urologists. An ultrasound revealed nothing and a recent MRI revealed a very small fat filled inguinal hernia on the left side of my body that my urologist doesn’t believe needs surgery and doesn’t believe is the source of the pain.

Over the last year, I have tried a variety of treatments and have alleviated most of the pain, but as soon as I begin light jelqing again, the pain returns.

Starting a week ago, I vowed to try to solve the pain once and for all. I will follow through as long as necessary with a goal of being pain free and, eventually, returning to PE. My current treatment is:
- Dr prescribed 1200 mg of oxaprozin for inflammation
- No masturbation/sex except for a very gentle masturbation session every 7 days, stimulating only the head and right side of shaft
- Minimum 1 hr with infrared heating pad
- Twice daily topical application of Phlojel (a DSMO alternative) with ReliefX (a balm with arnica and anti inflammatories)
- Min 1,000 mg Vitamin C (3 days a week of 3,000 mg)

I would be extremely grateful for any advice on
- What you think the root cause here is
- What I can do to resolve it

Any and all advice appreciated. I miss my gains!

A cord or guitar string sounds like a classic blocked/inflammed lymph vessel.
At least it went away, the trouble is they are easy to re-aggrevate.

You say the pain returns but does the raised vessel ?

Thanks for the reply capernicus1

The pain returns but the raised “cord” appears to be a thing on of the past.

Originally Posted by thenewdigs
Thanks for the reply capernicus1

The pain returns but the raised “cord” appears to be a thing on of the past.

That in itself is progress then.
I’ve had a few of these some worse than others, the last bad one lasted about 6 months before it dissapeared.

I still get the odd twinge at the point where it meets the groin but I just ignore it and it hasn’t caused any trouble.

Your treatment plan looks good to me, maybe add some light massage at the point where it hurts and with lymph vessels always massage towards the body.
Good luck.

I guess I would add that the raised cord ran along the left side of the shaft.

The pain, however, is where the shaft and balls meet the body - it’s not really in the penis per se.

Originally Posted by thenewdigs
I guess I would add that the raised cord ran along the left side of the shaft.

The pain, however, is where the shaft and balls meet the body - it’s not really in the penis per se.

Try an image search of the lymph vessels in the pelvis and see if it makes sense of it.
Quite often the actual blockage is in the groin rather than the penis.
Pumping is often a culprit but any restriction or stress point will do it.

Which side were you wearing the phallosan on when it happened ? Guessing you were stretching to the left ?

Yeah the images of lymph vessels in the groin corresponds to where the discomfort it.

I honestly can’t remember on the Phallosan but I must have positioned the shaft towards my right hip at the time, putting the stress on the left side of the shaft.

Thenewdigs if it seems a vein to you than try with aspirin c (aspirin with vitamin c). I have a thrombosed vein and it is helping me. It has an anti thrombosis effect in prevention and not only and it could help you. I posted a pic of my thrombosed vein in case it’s needed.

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Progress report

Hello & thanks!

I signed up for the express purpose of making a progress report as requested by earlier users. This forum was a great relief for me after sustaining an inflamed lymph channel due to an extra-tight c-ring my wife & I were enjoying a couple weeks ago.

Long story short is that I didn’t diagnose the problem (with this forum’s help) until 5-days after injury. Too late apparently for the “rub-it-out” technique to work although heat & light massage did drain the accumulated lymph fluid causing edema. Maybe it’s just that almost two-weeks has passed, but my observation is that the “cord” started to improve rapidly when I began applying a topical NSAID cream (generic version of Aspercreme - not the Lidocaine stuff) three times a day.

Now I’d say it’s 90% healed and getting better every day. The “pearl/lump” is very small now & channel/cord is nearly invisible at this point. We’re still going to stay away from c-rings on the shaft & give the equipment another week of rest before strenuous use, but this forum really helped manage concerns about my injury and set me on the path to recovery.

Many thanks to all who have posted & if you’re just reading about this condition like I was 10 days ago, take a deep breath and know this is a temporary condition that can treated effectively and prevented from recurring.

Good luck & happy days to you all:)

TK


Last edited by NorCal_Wonder : 09-01-2016 at .

Originally Posted by NorCal_Wonder
Hello & thanks!

I signed up for the express purpose of making a progress report as requested by earlier users. This forum was a great relief for me after sustaining an inflamed lymph channel due to an extra-tight c-ring my wife & I were enjoying a couple weeks ago.

Long story short is that I didn’t diagnose the problem (with this forum’s help) until 5-days after injury. Too late apparently for the “rub-it-out” technique to work although heat & light massage did drain the accumulated lymph fluid causing edema. Maybe it’s just that almost two-weeks has passed, but my observation is that the “cord” started to improve rapidly when I began applying a topical NSAID cream (generic version of Aspercreme - not the Lidocaine stuff) three times a day.

Now I’d say it’s 90% healed and getting better every day. The “pearl/lump” is very small now & channel/cord is nearly invisible at this point. We’re still going to stay away from c-rings on the shaft & give the equipment another week of rest before strenuous use, but this forum really helped manage concerns about my injury and set me on the path to recovery.

Many thanks to all who have posted & if you’re just reading about this condition like I was 10 days ago, take a deep breath and know this is a temporary condition that can treated effectively and prevented from recurring.

Good luck & happy days to you all:)

TK

Thanks for sharing.
It does help folk to read these things and see that this problem nearly always resolves itself given enough time.
The worst one I had took almost 6 months but it healed eventually.

I think I have this injury also. Its like a hard string at one side on my penis, in the start I also had a small lump like bellow the fat pad but that has gone. The string has gone down in size a lot but its still prominent when I stretch out my flaccid penis. I apply an anti inflammatory gel and take Ibuprofhen. What more can I do to heal this? Its been going on for like 2 months and I havent really done any PE during this time.

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