Thrombosed Vein Pictures and Experience
It’s a shame these have to be my first pictures here on Thunders, but since reading the Vein Oil thread, it became apparent that some images of thrombosis were needed, so I will add mine.
It looks like I received it doing dry jelqs; most likely by either applying too much pressure, pulling up too far near the glans (am cut, but have done some foreskin restoration), or by being a little too erect while doing them (probably a bit of all three).
I did get early warning signs that I had done something wrong; I felt a very small, localized soreness on the top of the shaft about two weeks ago (sort of a raw feeling), but not where the thrombosis eventually ended up. Due to the fact that I could not see anything, and it felt like irritated skin, I rubbed some vitamin E oil into the sore area, and continued to PE for a few more days.
By the end of the week, the soreness grew and I stopped PEing. After investigating my unit more closely, I found the thrombosed vein pictured below, hidden between the folds, just under the corona. It is hard and somewhat painful to the touch; classic symptoms.
Although the thrombosis does not interfere with erections (and is not painful then), it can be darn painful when flaccid; feeling a little like a toothache at times, especially when it gets rubbed to often.
Medical information on the net says to take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to deal with the pain and wait 4-6 weeks. I hit every drug store in my area looking for products containing Heparinoid (an over the counter fibrinolytic agent that breaks up clots - a smaller molecular weight equivalent of heparin that can be applied topically) such as Hirudoid, Lasonil, and Bruisese, which would supposedly clear the clot, but it’s not sold in North American drugstores I was told. As such, I will mix up some of Eroset’s Vein Oil tonight and see if this helps.
As you can see from the images, this looks like it blocks two veins where they fork, producing a real “T” vein :)