I was doing some PE last night before heading off to bed. I have only been doing PE for a short while and I think I tried to run when I should have been walking as it were. I just recently came across this forum. I was introduced to jelqing one late night when coming across the “good looking loser” website.
I was a bit overzealous last night and did more strokes than normal (500 compared to 200) about 4 seconds per stroke. When I was finished I noticed what I can only imagine is a type of swelling around the shaft just below the head bulging out the the left. After thinking about it I thought perhaps this was the “turtle penis” I had heard about. I have since figured out this is not the case.
After sleeping for around 5 hours the “swelling” has gone done by at least half. There is no bruising, and only a very slight twinge of pain that is sporadic and very mild, no discoloration at all either. Since it has gone down in size I am guessing it will go back to normal. Stupid noob mistake on my part. Towards the end I was going past the head with each stroke and holding back the skin from the base of my penis to make the strokes easier. For some reason it seemed like a good thing to do.
I doubt the second thing really caused this, but most likely a combination of squeezing too hard, too many strokes and going past the head caused this. I thought maybe this was a big blood blister but it doesn’t feel like that at all. It feels “solid” not like a blister at all and there is no discoloration, though that may appear later. This really freaked me out last night, but I am hopeful it will go back to normal. I would appreciate any insight into what this is and if it will indeed go away.
Just other side information, I am not on any medication of any kind. I do drink energy drinks and the odd cup of coffee. My daily life can be stressful but I have not been under as mush stress as is usual lately. I do not drink alcohol or smoke. I have a grand total of about 2 weeks jelqing so far under my belt. If any other possibly pertinent information is needed I can provide it but this is all I can think to include.