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testosterone levels and bruises from jelqing?

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Originally Posted by odoilrulls
I used dht cream on my dick a few times. When the cycle was over I had bad bruising to the point that I had to take a month off pe.

So maybe it’s not low T but rather a sudden drop in T that makes the tissues susceptible to bruising.


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Originally Posted by jimbeaux
I’ve been injecting testosterone for many years now, but due to financial stress have been unable to for the past 6-8 weeks. I’m also been doing PE for about a year now - jelqing and wearing an ADS. Up until I ran out of T, I could do 50-100 jelqs with no problems. However, since I’ve been off T, if I do even 20, I get bruising on the shaft and glans. Is it possible/likely that the lack of T is responsible for this? Otherwise, the only other change I’ve made is to slow down my jelq speed.

I’ve had to resist the urge to jelq since the bruising started. It seems that my skin is ultra sensitive to bruising right now. If it’s not the low testosterone, what else could it be?

Ok, have you asked doc for free samples of viagra or free credit towards androgel or something like that? I might be able to help if thats part of the reason let me know

Originally Posted by jimbeaux
All of this discussion regarding women bruising is interesting, but it doesn’t address my initial question, whether low testosterone could result in bruising. I guess I’ll find out soon enough - I got my testosterone back in yesterday and injected today. A few weeks from now I should be right as rain, and I’ll see if the bruising is still an issue. If NOT, then I think that Thunders might want to note in the injury forum that someone who bruises easily should get their testosterone levels checked. Make sense?

The reason I mentioned women is that the difference between men and women is their hormones (and of course the physical differences that are produced by the different hormones). Women have very low T. Was just putting it out there as potentially corroborating evidence supporting the T connection.

Originally Posted by vkn1

The reason I mentioned women is that the difference between men and women is their hormones (and of course the physical differences that are produced by the different hormones). Women have very low T. Was just putting it out there as potentially corroborating evidence supporting the T connection.

And I appreciate you posting it. I suspect that not only did my testosterone crash, but my estrogen went way up as well. I’m back on all my meds now, am going to give myself a short decon break, and then see if I still get the bruising.


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