For as long as I can remember my penis would really really ache after orgasm. With my ex we could have sex twice in a day but the third time it hurt enough that it was completely numbed. We would sometimes have sex a third time but I couldn’t orgasm.
Since splitting up with this girl about 3 years ago my sex drive dwindled. I even went one winter without masturbating at all. Over these 3 years I’ve had a few one night stands when they came onto me hard and I really couldn’t refuse, but mostly - nothing. So recently I’ve been having erection difficulties - I lost almost an inch in length and a lot of firmness, and eventually couldn’t stay hard at all.
I came across this site and started jelqing for about a week. It immediately improved erection quality, it feels firmer and I’m back to my old BPEL of 7 inches. I’ve just had 2 weeks off because a temporary change in living arrangements makes it difficult to remain discreet, but the erection quality and length remain, which is a very good sign. I’ll be able to start PEing again next week.
But I could barely jelq at all without feeling enough pain to suspect overtraining (although clearly that wasn’t the case). I pushed through it to an extent, and discovered whilst jelqing that some pain is particularly concentrated at a point where where this one fat blood vessel suddenly gets narrower before branching off. In time do you think my blood vessels will stretch out a bit and the pain will stop, if I go on with the simple newby techniques? The pain can get quite bad so I do worry I might eventually cause some damage but there isn’t very much I can do at all without it hurting.
Another question. While I have what I consider to be alright length (18cm BPEL) my erect girth is well below average (8.5cm). I would assume whatever problem causes the pain might also explain why it’s so narrow? I would go on with the newby routine until the pain lessens (and hopefully it will.), and then move on to horse squeezes .. But I’m worried I might gain more length when I really don’t want to until I have more girth. Are there any girth-only techniques that would be safe for a newby to perform?