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Recurring Injury

Recurring Injury

Hello, I’ve been hovering around the idea of PE for awhile but have been unable to commit to a serious schedule for a variety of reasons. One of these reasons involves a bizarre blood-blister (I’m guessing) that forms to the immediate right of the dorsal vein. It appears after roughly seven minutes of jelqing, at which point I stop exercise completely. It hardens overnight and I discontinue all workout until it goes away, which usually takes about a day. The strange thing is that no matter how long I wait, it always resurfaces (literally) after exercising hard.

This is the only remaining roadblock I have so any tips would be greatly appreciated.

Boy, that’s a tough one. I guess you could try to change the way you jelq. Use a different grip or don’t squeeze so hard. Perhaps change to a lesser percentage of erection. Or start the stroke past the point of injury. That’s all I’ve got… :shrug:

Originally Posted by westla90069
Boy, that’s a tough one. I guess you could try to change the way you jelq. Use a different grip or don’t squeeze so hard. Perhaps change to a lesser percentage of erection. Or start the stroke past the point of injury. That’s all I’ve got.. :shrug:

I agree, Are you using a lube. Perhaps this is caused from dry jelqing?


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The last 2 words in your problem description hold the secret. Don’t jelq so hard. kp also has a good question. What kind of lube do you use?

It could be an ingrown hair. I’ve had one and it kept reocurring everytime I did more intense jelqs.

It’s after dry jelqing. I guess I’ve just been doing it too hard then. Thanks for the responses.

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