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Pumping to unthrombose a thrombosed vein

Pumping to unthrombose a thrombosed vein

Is it possible?? My guess would be yes if it’s a big enough vein.

What do you all think?


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Thrombosis is the formation of a clot within a vein. The vein becomes hard and, due to the body’s reaction, hot, red and tender or even painful. Vacuum pumping reduces atmospheric pressure around the penis. If done for a prolonged time fluids can shift from the circulation into the tissues. It’s not likely that fluid movement would affect a clot or allow the body’s normal inflammatory mechanism for dealing with it work any faster.

Thrombosed veins are actually rare in the penis. There’s a lot of talk about them here, but it’s highly unlikely that every instance mentioned is an actual thrombosed vein.

Ok I see. Then you’re right. It’s not a thrombosed vein that I have. But the vein on the top has an indention in it. Not very big, but kind of noticeable. Would pumping help that?


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Sorry to disappoint you, but in my experience the opposite is true.

I have a clot (thrombosed vein, westla?) that only pops up when I`m doing girth work, especially pumping.

If I go for a while without doing PE I never notice it, but it seems like the girth work always brings it back to the surface.

Originally Posted by westla90069

Thrombosis is the formation of a clot within a vein. The vein becomes hard and, due to the body’s reaction, hot, red and tender or even painful. Vacuum pumping reduces atmospheric pressure around the penis. If done for a prolonged time fluids can shift from the circulation into the tissues. It’s not likely that fluid movement would affect a clot or allow the body’s normal inflammatory mechanism for dealing with it work any faster.

Is there a danger that a genuine thrombosed vein could allow clotted debris to get into the rest of the circulation if it were disturbed? Imeank could it lead to a stroke if your number was up?


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Pumping to cure a hurt vein is like hitting yourself with a hammer to cure a headache.


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Originally Posted by Renholder

I have a clot (thrombosed vein, westla?) that only pops up when I`m doing girth work, especially pumping.

Clots within a vein are not normal and the body does what it can to clear it. That usually involves an inflammatory process and given time the clot will be cleared. You have what sounds like a vein wall defect. Like a weakness that allows the vein to balloon in one spot when you do the girth work. I doubt there’s much that can be done about it, but it might heal if you left it alone for a long time.

Originally Posted by marky777

Is there a danger that a genuine thrombosed vein could allow clotted debris to get into the rest of the circulation if it were disturbed? Imeank could it lead to a stroke if your number was up?

Blood returns to the right side of the heart and then is pumped to the lungs for oxygen. It then returns to the left side and is pumped out to the body. IF a small clot broke loose and entered the main circulation it would only get as far as the lungs. Depending on its size it could cause problems there, but would have to be fairly large to cause you any real problems. A stroke would only occur from a clot originating on the left side of the heart. Usually within the heart due to an irregular cardiac rhythm that allows blood to sit and clot in one of the heart chambers.

Originally Posted by westla90069

Blood returns to the right side of the heart and then is pumped to the lungs for oxygen. It then returns to the left side and is pumped out to the body. IF a small clot broke loose and entered the main circulation it would only get as far as the lungs. Depending on its size it could cause problems there, but would have to be fairly large to cause you any real problems. A stroke would only occur from a clot originating on the left side of the heart. Usually within the heart due to an irregular cardiac rhythm that allows blood to sit and clot in one of the heart chambers.

Thanks for putting us straight on that :)


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Originally Posted by westla90069
Clots within a vein are not normal and the body does what it can to clear it. That usually involves an inflammatory process and given time the clot will be cleared. You have what sounds like a vein wall defect. Like a weakness that allows the vein to balloon in one spot when you do the girth work. I doubt there’s much that can be done about it, but it might heal if you left it alone for a long time.

Well, I think it`s a clot.

During normal jelqing I don`t think I ever notice the clot, but after finishing a pumping set I always notice that a collection of veins close to the top of my head are very hard. Most of it usually disappears with some massage, but it always comes back the next time I pump.

Should this be a concern for me? Should it be left alone for a long time? I think I have been off PE for at least 6 months and possibily even more in the past and it did not cure it.

My erections are not as strong as they could be, but I have never thought it could be this as I seem to be able to get a steel hard erection now and then. I figured it is mostly a hormonal problem causing my lack of EQ.

Inflammatory process? Could that raise ferritin significantly? Hmmm:)

Thanks in advance, Wesla.

Much appreciated.

Renholder

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