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Venous leak Embolization

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I don’t know the cause, mine is since I was a child.

Guys did you a;; developed venous leak because of some kind of PE injury ?

Originally Posted by Tweaking

Cayance your symptoms sound practically identical similar to mine, have you had the doppler yet? Please keep us informed :)

Tweaking, I stopped all PE for 2 months and now all I’m doing is pumping (2 or 3 ten minute sessions at 4hg). I’ve seen seen some gradual improvement, especially lately.

Can you be more specific about this ‘gradual improvement’?

I have been jelqing and have also seen improvement, but I attribute this to increased EQ. I also can’t afford a pump.

Originally Posted by Owen33
The SDV is most certainly not the problem as it drains the skin not the penis, from what I know.

There’s no reason to go to Australia for an interventional radiologist, probably NYC has better interventional radiologists than the whole of Australia.

Australia is way ahead of the USA in some areas of medicine, its quite possible that the best radiologist is in Aus. However for this, I agree there would be no need to travel. Anyone competent should be able to take care of it.


Starting Stats - 5.5 NBPEL x 5.6 EG

Current Stats - 5.7 NBPEL x 6.2 EG

Goal - 7 x 6 (with hopefully a large flaccid hang)

Mmm, its not a particularly difficult or serious operation. However, because it’s largely unheard of to do a ligation on the penis it may therefore be more difficult to find a willing radiologist.

Originally Posted by Tweaking
Can you be more specific about this ‘gradual improvement’?

I have been jelqing and have also seen improvement, but I attribute this to increased EQ. I also can’t afford a pump.


Meaning there is more fullness in the glans as opposed to being totally deflated.

Originally Posted by Tweaking

What about the rest of your shaft?

Rest of the shaft is fine, CS may be soft but I think it was always like that, at least as far as I can remember. I’ve lost none of my previous girth gains, so if there is any change in CS it is not evident in that regard.

Well that’s great news CG! I find my CS and glans usually have an intertwined fate, usually both being expanded or not.

Coincidentally I have begun looking into pumping myself, it actually sounds like a lot of fun. Paying for the equipment, however, will not be.

Originally Posted by Tweaking

Coincidentally I have begun looking into pumping myself, it actually sounds like a lot of fun. Paying for the equipment, however, will not be.

Wish I knew what caused the issue with the glans. I was basically doing the “avocet8 routine” (pumping and jelqing sessions) 5 days on and 2 off, followed by extender usage for 1-4 hours (on days only). For now, after 2 months off, I’m sticking with pumping only. I’m hoping long term consistent use will yield some gradual gains.

Yeah agreed. I did some research the other day in an attempt to wrap my head around it. Learnt a lot about the anatomy/physiology of erection, but still couldn’t quite work out how venous leakage affecting the glans/CS primarily exactly works. I found this

The intermediate system consists of the deep dorsal vein and circumflex veins that drain the glans, corpus spongiosum and distal two-thirds of the corpora cavernosa. The veins leave the glans via a retrocoronal plexus to join the deep dorsal vein that runs in the groove between the corpora. Emissary veins from the corpora join the circumflex veins; the latter communicate with each other at the side by lateral veins and corresponding veins from the opposite side, and run under Buck’s fascia before emptying obliquely into the deep dorsal vein. The latter passes through a space in the suspensory ligament and between the puboprostatic ligament and drains into the internal iliac veins.

from http://www.sandiegosexualmedicine.c…genital-anatomy

along with this

http://www.asiaandro.com/archive/1008-682X/4/61f1.jpg

It sounds to me like it is probably a deep dorsal vein issue since the glans and CS seem to drain direclty into it. What I’m confused about is where the ‘leakage’ idea comes into play. Is the DDV supposed to be compressed like emissary veins of the CC are? If so then a lack of compression would case it to drain glans and CS more quickly than it should, but I don’t know how such a large vein could be compressed as such.

Sounds like you guys are on the right track here. Glad to hear the pump is helping you computerguy! It gave me lasting better EQ, but the pump went to crap(it was a cheap one) and I disposed of it.


8/12/09 5.70" x 4.9" NBP

Goal: 6.5" x 5.25" NBP

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