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Huge Blister, 3 Months Passed

Hello, I have been doing PE for 6 years and pumping for roughly 5 years now, I’ve had blisters occasionally but I had a huge 2 year span of not having any blisters at all.

3 months ago that 2 year span ended with the biggest blister I ever had in my life. I didn’t feel anything when it formed, but I know the reason was the tube being too small and I spent too much time inside in one go(2 total time was 2 hours pumping split into 2 sets).

I’ve been using Vaseline and baneocin to help the healing process, it doesn’t hurt anymore, it actually stopped hurting after a few weeks, but it looks really bad and i do wish to help the healing process.

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Originally Posted by AndyJ
Is that the blister at the beginning, or after three months?

All my blisters have been round or oval. I’ve never seen a starfish shape like that.


it looks like that now, after 3+ months, there’s a hole in the skin.
btw, i only pump at low pressure.

Originally Posted by AndyJ

Something is wrong. It should have healed months ago. You may have some kind of staph or fungal infection. A doctor can swab the area and send them to a lab.

Thank you so much! It might be, it looks similar to staph infection photos on the internet, fungal infection photos look very different though. You’ve always answered my questions with solid replies, for years now, I’ll have to schedule a doctor’s appointment.

Sorry to hear about that. I’ve had two blister experiences. I remember that the lower (removed) layer of skin remained darker than the higher, surrounding layer. It was like this for many months until the two colors somehow equalized.


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Originally Posted by Don Logan

Sorry to hear about that. I’ve had two blister experiences. I remember that the lower (removed) layer of skin remained darker than the higher, surrounding layer. It was like this for many months until the two colors somehow equalized.

I don’t think any permanent scarring will occur, but it might take another month or two to heal properly, I have to be more careful.

Originally Posted by AndyJ
Let us know what the lab work says.

Just out of curiosity, is this big ole supposed to disappear and remain as if nothing happened?

I’ve never had a blister so I don’t understand if it disappears 100%.


Started : 07 Match 2024: 16 x 13.2 cm

Current: ???

Goal: 19x15 cm

Originally Posted by Elcol.gador
Just out of curiosity, is this big ole supposed to disappear and remain as if nothing happened?

Generally, yes. I’m one of the unfortunates who gets a blister at a hard look, so I’ve had a lot of them. Most of them go away in three to five days; a really big (thumbnail sized) one might take a week or more. But once they’re all healed up, there’s no sign there ever was a blister.

In my case, blisters almost always happen at one (or more) of the same three places, likely because they’re weak from previous damage. I can usually avoid them now. Most of the time, I feel something similar to an itch or tingle on my glans, and I know to stop before a blister forms. If I’m not quick enough, sometimes I’ll get a "proto-blister"; a fluid-filled bump where the layers haven’t completely detached yet. Those will usually heal within a day, particularly if I can maintain pressure on them for a while, to force the lymphatic fluid out so the layers can grow back together. I usually skip two or three days of vacuum-related PE anyway, just to make sure it’s healed.

Some guys have reported white spots or patches of lighter coloration after a blister healed, but I suspect that’s largely related to how much their glans is pigmented to start with. There might also be a racial factor; for example, olive-skinned "Mediterreneans" are more prone to pigment loss and scarring than other populations; enough that they’re considered a special case by plastic surgeons.

Originally Posted by AndyJ
Generally, yes. I’m one of the unfortunates who gets a blister at a hard look, so I’ve had a lot of them. Most of them go away in three to five days; a really big (thumbnail sized) one might take a week or more. But once they’re all healed up, there’s no sign there ever was a blister.

In my case, blisters almost always happen at one (or more) of the same three places, likely because they’re weak from previous damage. I can usually avoid them now. Most of the time, I feel something similar to an itch or tingle on my glans, and I know to stop before a blister forms. If I’m not quick enough, sometimes I’ll get a "proto-blister"; a fluid-filled bump where the layers haven’t completely detached yet. Those will usually heal within a day, particularly if I can maintain pressure on them for a while, to force the lymphatic fluid out so the layers can grow back together. I usually skip two or three days of vacuum-related PE anyway, just to make sure it’s healed.

Some guys have reported white spots or patches of lighter coloration after a blister healed, but I suspect that’s largely related to how much their glans is pigmented to start with. There might also be a racial factor; for example, olive-skinned "Mediterreneans" are more prone to pigment loss and scarring than other populations; enough that they’re considered a special case by plastic surgeons.

I see

Thank you Andy! :)


Started : 07 Match 2024: 16 x 13.2 cm

Current: ???

Goal: 19x15 cm

Hope you get your blister sorted out, mate. I’ve had a couple of really bad ones lately - and to be honest, it’s got to the point where I’ve stopped pumping and will probably stop using a vacuum cup extender too… it’s just not worth the hassle. Plus, it always makes rhe tip of my penis really delicate/sore (even when I don’t get blisters).

So I’m probably just sticking to a strap extender… I suppose it’s all trial and error and finding out what works best for you(!).


Start: BPEL 6.7" MSEG 4.8"

Now: BPEL 8.4" MSEG 5.6"

Goal: BPEL 9.0" MSEG 6.0"

Yeah that is not a blister anymore, second the recommendation that you get it swabbed. Odd that it’s not painful but 3 months without healing is the definition of a chronic wound.


Starting Stats - 5.5 BPEL x 5.6 EG

Current Stats - 6.1 BPEL x 7.1 EG

Goal - 7 x 6 (with hopefully a large flaccid hang)

It seems to be healing on it’s own anyway. I probably reopened the wound several times during these past months by mistake, also while urinating it used to hurt during the first few weeks, now it’s been months since it doesn’t hurt at all.

I went to the urologist, very expensive check up nowadays, took 10-15 min, asked me if I ever had syphillis and said that I should check, but then after answering the question about unprotected sex, which I haven’t had for more than 4 years now, he said it might not be it. I’m actually going to abandon the initiative and let it heal on it’s own, especially since it’s looking better and smaller every week.

I was right in the past when I thought that similar skin issues will heal on their own(pimples and cracked skin for example) and they really did, no question about interrupting a routine for such a trivial matter.

I got my inspiration from superstar pumpers who have been pumping for decades, they posted pictures with multiple blisters covering the entire glans while pumping again at high pressure and then posted pictures with no blisters visible on the glans while pumping at insane pressures, but some spots take longer to heal(months or even a year) and can remain slightly visible/discolored, but long term, I can’t imagine getting around these small issues every now and then.

The mistake was underestimating my capacity to withhold a longer than 30 min set, at low pressure, twice in a row, after 2 weeks without pe. The first 60 min did not create any blister, but by the end of the second set, the wrap I used to cover the foreskin below the glans was moved further up the glans while squeezing, so I believe this was the reason such a large blister was created. Not to mention it popped by accident while walking or doing something else during the day soon after it appeared, the next day or maybe the day after that.

I’ve had blisters but they heal within days and I’m an alcoholic (p.s. not something to be proud of)

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