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Pain in urinary tract and poor ejuculation

Pain in urinary tract and poor ejuculation

Hi there,
I’m a newbie.
I’ve done a very slow and modest start, recommended by a post by remec I think, consisting of 1 day on, 2 days off, for a week, then a couple weeks off. 150 jelqs per session, including a warm up and stretch.

I have done 4 sessions.
The first 3 seemed fine, I gained a lot of flaccid girth.
After the 4th session I’ve had a stinging pain in my urinary tract that hasn’t gone away for 3 weeks now.
As soon as the stinging pain started I stopped.

Could anyone please help with any advice.

My erections have improved, but my ejaculations are really bad.
Before starting jelqing, I could easily ejaculate over 1 metre with a healthy large amount.
Now it just about trickles out, and with very little semen.

At first I was heartened by the results, but these side effects have me quite distressed.

Any help or advice would be of much appreciation, or if someone could point me to other forums/posts that may be of some use.

Also if someone could point me in the direction of some videos on how to correctly jelq,and maybe diagrams of the penis pointing out where to avoid.

I’ve obviously done something wrong, I just don’t know what.

Many thanks.

Oh man. 150 is way too much.

Sigh. Take a lot of time off and give your penis a lot of hot baths and massaging. Until then just to a bunch of kegels. When you feel completely healed wait another 2 weeks just to be safe and then start again.

When you start up again do a warm up, 3 minutes of light stretch, and 20 jelqs, 2 on 1 off, and increase the stretch time by 1 minute and the number of jelqs by 10 every two weeks.

Good luck and I wish you a swift recovery.

Starting (10 / 2006): 5.5 NBP, 5 BG ----> Current: 7.5 NBP, 8 BP, 5.6 BG ----> Goal: Pringles

Are you sexually active? Could you have a sexually transmitted disease?

If it’s persisted for three weeks you should consider seeing a physician.


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