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Try having a kidney stone! Holy smoke! I was happily PEing about 3-4 times per week and noticing some positive measurable gains, when all of a sudden in January, I started peeing blood. It was on a Friday evening of course, so I had to wait until Monday to see my urologist. By Sunday the pain in my left flank was indescribable. Long story short, I had to have three out patient surgeries to finally remove the last of the stone particles!

I’m starting my newbie routine all over again tonight. I was up to 400 jelqs/session with no injuries or pain because I increased my reps very slowly over a period of months. I know better than to try to take shortcuts or try to hasten my repetition count, so it’s back to “square one”!

In my book, peeing blood = emergency room. No way would I wait three days. No way. Plus I hear they hurt like hell.


Starting Jan 2009 - 5.9375" EL x 5.5" EG. Jun 2009 - 6" BPEL x 5.5" EG. Nov 2011 - 6.5" BPEL x 5.2" EG

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I have to agree with the Irishman, if blood ever comes out of my unit, I’m off to the emergency room for stitches in my head from passing out, and to have my penis checked.
It sounds like a terrible ordeal you had to go through. It’s great that it wasn’t something more life (read: penis) threatening. I’m sure you will have no problems making up what was lost. Just listen to how much you seem to have learned from your first go around:

“I’m starting my newbie routine all over again tonight. I was up to 400 jelqs/session with no injuries or pain because I increased my reps very slowly over a period of months. I know better than to try to take shortcuts or try to hasten my repetition count, so it’s back to “square one”!”

Best of luck to you.

I’ve had them 6 times. Bad news is you will have them again. Did they analyze the stones and tell you what’s causing them. The last set, I passed one and I still have one attached in my left kidney. It’s swell walking around knowing that any second I could hit the floor writhing in pain!


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God, kidney stones are one of my biggest fears. That shit must be horrible. Sorry bro.

From my understanding, not ever having one, it is the closest you guys will ever get to giving birth.

You have my sympathy.


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I probably hold the world record for kidney stones. Sometimes 2 or three a week. mainly tiny black ones (colour varies as to what it is formed from).

But I found the best way to get rid of them (By accident) When you have the pain.

1 Take a good painkiller.

2. Drink a pint or so of water.

3. Start gyrating around like a maniac.

Do body stretches. Wave arms up and down. twist side to side. Do side bends. anything to get the kidney area moving.

The result is the water lubricates the kidney and forces the stone out into the bladder. and then through your dick.

I discovered this when I had severe pain and was searching for some painkillers. I had just drunk a lot of water and was standing on some steps. stretching up looking into a high cupboard for some painkiller. When suddenly the pain started to gradually disappear.

It was quite fascinating as normaly you never notice pain going as it does it gradually. but this went from agonizing to nothing in about a minute. The stone came out a few hours later. I’ve used the method severak times. But now I don’t seem to get them so often.


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Isn’t there a way to crush the stone inside with some kind of waves? I remember hearing something about it.

Originally Posted by E man
Isn’t there a way to crush the stone inside with some kind of waves? I remember hearing something about it.


Oh yes. It’s even more painful than the stone.

It goes like this. You have a general anaesthetic.

If the stone is separated from the kidney they push it back into the kidney.

Then they insert washers up your dick via your bladder and wedge them firmly against the kidney

The washers are about 1/2 inch wide. when you have a pee on waking up the pain is excrutiating. And that’s to put it mildly.

Then a few days later they put you in a bath and send pulses that shatter the stone. That’s fairly painless.

The worst part comes when they give you another General anaesthetic and remove the washers - all of them hopefully, (but don’t rely on it). and suck out the most of the kidney stone bits.

When you wake up and have a pee. If you thought the first one was bad try the second!

I found I had to push some of the washers out which took a hell of a lot of urine pressure. Which is bad enough but the pain of the washers being forced through is unimanigeable.

Guess what? I wouldn’t have it done again.


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Good god, that sounds horrible. What causes them?


Starting Jan 2009 - 5.9375" EL x 5.5" EG. Jun 2009 - 6" BPEL x 5.5" EG. Nov 2011 - 6.5" BPEL x 5.2" EG

Goal: 7" EL. Girth is fine as it is, but any incidental gains are welcome!

you have my sympathies man, sounds like an ugly thing to go through, I just read that 10-15% of people will get one of these in their lifetime and that men are much more at risk! Ouch!

Originally Posted by Irishman

Good god, that sounds horrible. What causes them?

There are various causes. the main one seems to be not drinking enough water. The make up of the stone varies but often it is our favourite chemical Urea, which amongst other thngs causes Arthritus.


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Thanks for all of your responses. What a great internet “family”.

Here is a brief synopsis of my journey through life as a “stone former”. I’m 61 years old as I write this. I was 25 (1973) when I experienced my first stone. Back then, they kept you in the hospital for a week, you drank copious amounts of water, then peed through a filter, to see if you passed the stone. Mine didn’t, so they split me wide open and excised the stone with a scalpel.

All of my stones (dozens through the years) have been formed of calcium and oxylate, that’s the most common type according to my urologist. Most of my stones have passed spontaneously, very, very painful but with out surgery. I have had the ESWL (lithotripsy) procedure done five times. It’s improved greatly since the old days of placing you in a tub of water and blasting your flank with sonic energy, but it’s still no cake walk!

I suppose that everyone has their own cross to bear in this life and kidney stones are mine. I wouldn’t wish them on my worst enemy! I’m completely recovered now and started my PE routine 2 days ago, tonight is my off night.

“In my book, peeing blood = emergency room.”

Irishman, you are right, the only reason I waited is because I knew exactly what it was and I keep hydocordone with me at all times.

“From my understanding, not ever having one, it is the closest you guys will ever get to giving birth.”

sunshinekid, when I was in pre-op this last time, the lady in the bed next to mine, told me that this her third stone and she has two grown children. She said the stones were MORE painful! I didn’t think to ask her if her three childbirths were natural or anesthesized. That would probably make a huge difference.

petitfaun, your posts had lots of good advice.

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