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T-vein and Pumping

T-vein and Pumping

Well, I took a day off on Thursday and I pumped and jelqed and ended up thrombosing a vein on Friday. I’ve been treating it since it happened using the Eroset vein oil with hot water baths, and also taking advil every 4-6 hours as needed. I don’t have ny pain currently when erect and I can’t “feel” the vein in the same way that I did when it happened. Does anyone have any experience with t-veins and pumping? I think I’m good to go but I’m not sure and I’m quite hesitant to try. I’ve thrombosed veins before and it’s usually ok in a few days, but I want to be very sure of this before I take the step back into the cylinder.

When you say “thrombosed,” I assume you mean that the vessel is hot to the touch, inflammed, and painful.

You don’t have any pain to speak of and don’t mention the other features of a T. vessel so I figure you don’t have one. “Thrombosed vein” is a self-diagnosis that gets thrown around a lot at Thunders, and inaccurately. A penile thrombosis is actually quite rare. You may be going through your “cure” for nothing.

Say more about specifically what’s happening there and maybe we can offer better advice about going ahead with pumping or not.


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avocet8

Avocet, The vein became very very angry, hard, and became very tender to touch. I’m not sure about temperature, as I’ve never read anything about temp. differences. I’ve had this before and with the Eroset vein oil it clears up in a day or so, and of course throw in some advil for inflamation. The thing about this vein is that it’s close to the base and seems to get irritated when it gets pulled forward or has pressure (clamping) directly on it. It comes and goes, and I’m not real sure if it’s the pumping, which I doubt, or if it’s the jelqing. What do you think my course of action should be?

I’m still not clear on what’s happening there. If you mean by “very, very angry” that the area is red and inflammed, that is one thing. If the vessel is just very hard - swollen because of increased blood flow through it - that’s another, and harmless. I have two dorsal arteries that swell with an erection, especially with clamping, but after the erection subsides, so do the vessels. They never hurt at all, but they are in the path of the flange on my cylinder and also get scrunched if I clamp, but the condition never worsens.

Try pumping one day - no jelking or clamping at all. Then try jelking one day, no pumping or clamping at all. That will at least help you zero in on what is causing it.


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avocet8

Ok, well I did pump and jelq for two sets of ten minutes being very very conservative on the HG and the pressure during the jelqs and I can say that I am not having any problems currently. The vein in question becomes very very hard and extremely tender running all the way up and down the shaft. When I touch it and run along the length of the vein I can feel, what I will descirbe as, tiny spikes almost like a mineral deposit or a bit like a porcupine. Today I didn’t have any problems, but as I said I was very conservative. I think one of the biggest things for me is to warm up with HOT water, and as of right now we’re having a bit or a problem with our water heater so the water gets either way too hot or it’s not hot enough. The thing about the vein is that it happens at strange times as it seems. I can’t point to one thing and say yes this is what’s causing this. This has happened with manuals, clamping, and now with pumping. It may just be a newb sort of thing as I was new to manuals, clamping, and now to pumping. It could be but I can’t be too sure unless it happens again.

I’m going to watch the gauge very carefully from now on. Avocet8, What’s the proper stroke pressure for the jelqs? Is it suppose to be a long stroke with high pressure form the force hand, or is it a shorter lighter stroke?

However you do it (jekling), it should feel good. Too tight a grip and you will feel strained afterward. Too loose and you don’t get the benefit. You have to find your own Golden Mean.

Like I suggested: “Try pumping one day - no jelking or clamping at all. Then try jelking one day, no pumping or clamping at all. That will at least help you zero in on what is causing it.”


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avocet8

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