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Thrombosed vein vs. lymph vessel

I have gotten not a single response on the Injury threat, so I am posting here.

Guys: what I have is a squiggly vein-like thing, like a rubber band, but it is NOT blue, and it has small lumps in it. It is on the left side of my shaft, about an inch down. This does not sound like the thrombosed vein people are describing right under the head. It sounds like a lymph vessel.

If in fact this is a lymph vessel that I injured, do you know what a good treatment is, or how long it will take to heal? I have a new babe on the scene and expect to have to use Mr. Dangle pretty soon.
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Started: 7 x 5
As of 9/29/04: 8.125 EBP x 5.25 EG (after 1 yr)
Goal for 2/1/05: 8.4 EBP x 5.5 EG
Final goal (12/31/05): 9 EBP x 6 EG
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*I measure PRE-WORKOUT, normal erection* Started: 7 EBP x 4.9 EG. Several years on and off PE, now 8.125 EBP length x 5.5 EG midshaft (5.8 base). Working on girth (clamping) again after breaks due to injuries - fast recent gains! Pics

I’m sorry bro I have no idea, maybe you can post a picture


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Lymphocele

Sounds like a lymphocele, give it a rest and it will go away with time, but it may take awhile, I have had one for about a month and still have it…

from the web:

“A lymphocele is a hard swelling that suddenly appears after sexual intercourse or masturbation. It is usually on the shaft of the penis, near the foreskin. It is caused by temporary blockage of the lymphatic channels at the margin of the head of the penis. It will go away on its own, and there are no after-effects.”

This is not the so called “thrombosed vein” that so many think they have but probably dont because they were misinformed somewhere along the way…

Feel up to posting a pick??

WELL: unlike most descriptions, this is NOT a “lump” and not right beneath the head. It is not like the puffed lump of vein right beneath the head that I saw in another post. It is a thin section of what appears to be a small vein but is NOT (because it is not blue), about an inch or so down the shaft, on the left side, with little lumps in it. I have to assume this is a lymph vessel. It is forked - sort of like a bent “Y” about 3/4” long. I will post a pic if i can remember to bring my dig. camera from the office. It is not all THAT noticeable - a rather thin vessel - it’s mostly the little lumps inside it you can feel, but they’re not that big either.


*I measure PRE-WORKOUT, normal erection* Started: 7 EBP x 4.9 EG. Several years on and off PE, now 8.125 EBP length x 5.5 EG midshaft (5.8 base). Working on girth (clamping) again after breaks due to injuries - fast recent gains! Pics

I have a hard like a rock bead on my left side,I took aspirin and massaged it,broke it up.and now it’s gone.there is still a sore spot there but no hard BB SO is this lymphatic or thrombosed veins?

I got it after squeezing.

Originally Posted by sharpei

Sounds like a lymphocyte, give it a rest and it will go away with time, but it may take awhile, I have had one for about a month and still have it..

From the web:

“A lymphocele is a hard swelling that suddenly appears after sexual intercourse or masturbation. It is usually on the shaft of the penis, near the foreskin. It is caused by temporary blockage of the lymphatic channels at the margin of the head of the penis. It will go away on it’s own, and there are no after-effects.”

This is not the so called “thrombosed vein” that so many think they have but probably don’t because they were misinformed somewhere along the way..

Ooo so thats what I have. I have had the lymphocele about 2 weeks or so seems to be dissipating. I hope it does clear up soon so I can continue to PE. It doesn’t bother me much, fucked with a couple times already. Dangleman I think I have something similar to what you are talking about too, near the base in the center I have a vein under the skin that feels lumpy.


Starting BPEL= 6.7 " EG= 6.5"

July 2016 BPEL=7" EG=6.75"

Goal NBPEL=8" x EG=7"

This was an old post

My post was from years ago, but yeah - that lymphocele thing sounds right. I now used an ok grip right under the head while doing clamped squeezes to keep the pressure away from that area, where I used to get the lymphoceles (which we always did call thrombosed veins).


*I measure PRE-WORKOUT, normal erection* Started: 7 EBP x 4.9 EG. Several years on and off PE, now 8.125 EBP length x 5.5 EG midshaft (5.8 base). Working on girth (clamping) again after breaks due to injuries - fast recent gains! Pics

I don’t know what the hell I have,I gave it up to a weak but any jelqing irritates it and it’s back,a hard bump which I massage away,and a soar spot.

I think everyone fears Pyrenees disease here,that these bumps and irritations can harden as scar tissue,does it sound like I have something to worry about or is that a lot more dramatic then what I have?

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I doubt that will lead to Peyronies . . I’d leave it alone until it goes away, though


*I measure PRE-WORKOUT, normal erection* Started: 7 EBP x 4.9 EG. Several years on and off PE, now 8.125 EBP length x 5.5 EG midshaft (5.8 base). Working on girth (clamping) again after breaks due to injuries - fast recent gains! Pics

Originally Posted by sharpei
Sounds like a lymphocele, give it a rest and it will go away with time, but it may take awhile, I have had one for about a month and still have it..
From the web:
“A lymphocele is a hard swelling that suddenly appears after sexual intercourse or masturbation. It is usually on the shaft of the penis, near the foreskin. It is caused by temporary blockage of the lymphatic channels at the margin of the head of the penis. It will go away on it’s own, and there are no after-effects.”
This is not the so called “thrombosed vein” that so many think they have but probably don’t because they were misinformed somewhere along the way..

Sharpei I think I have the same thing. I’ve had it for a few weeks, it comes and goes with my PE routine but I’ve had it going on 5 days now. I’m just curious, you said you’ve had it for about a month, did you continue to PE while you had it, or are you currently on a break?


Start: BPEL: 5.5" EL: 5" EG: 4.5"

Now: BPEL: 6.5" EL: 6" EG: 5"

Goal: 7x6

I have in the past gotten something very similar, a thin hard “vein”, it was on the top of my shaft, but it ran from the base to about half way up the shaft. I am pretty sure that what caused it was pressure on the top of the base of the shaft because massaging right at the base made it dissipate. I haven’t gotten int in about a year, but that’s mos tlikely because I haven’t been PEing for almsot that long.

Has anyone else had this problem with putting pressure on blood/lymph vessels at the base of their shaft?

Setiamon— Mine took months to go away. PE made it somewhat painful, but I did not quit PE. Finally it just cleared up. Massage helps.

Yeah,I gave it a few days,massaged it,busted it up.used less pressure when jelqing but my left side of my shaft always seems the most ‘worn out’ and experience pain,even if I use other hand and use mild stress.weird.

Also stretching seems to cause it to come back a lot.weird stuff.

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