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Something Isn't Right With Erection

Hello, fellows. I have a small problem with my penis, I’ll try to describe it.

I have been doing PE routine for a week now with days off of course. I noticed that my penis when flaccid was a bit swollen but not like huge. It’s bigger and longer than usual. At first, I thought it was cool but it was this big and long for 3 days already. Also, it has a bit pain inside, more like tingling. Some green veins appeared on the right side of the shaft. The problem is that it’s constantly trying to erect and then relax. It can’t just be flaccid. I have morning wood and overall my erection is fine. Should I stop PE for a while?


Last edited by Lecockski : 01-25-2021 at .

I would think It constantly trying to get an erection is a great indicator of positive EQ? Same with it physically being larger, I.E. fuller and holding more blood naturally, same with tingles. Tingling is not bad in of itself, could be from putting pressure on an area youve rarely touched before, if the tingle is actually painful then that can be a cause for concern. The only truly concerning thing is the ‘green veins’? Do you mean green as in it looks bruised? Or do they appear green because they are actually blue and along with your skin color they appear green?

If its literally just the veins that are green, i would think that its actually just blue… unless your an alien with green blood of course. And perhaps your developing new veins due to the increased exercise.

HOWEVER, if the green is not just the veins themselves but the skin around the veins than it sounds like you have been a bit to rough and bruised yourself while jelqing. If thats the case you should absolutely take some time of heal, and be sure to use a much calmer grip once your healed up.

If its not a bruise you are probably okay. I would just say if your feeling pain, either try to start using a lighter grip, lower the repetitions or include an extra rest day. Most of the other things you mentioned dont sound like issues in of themselves but pain is and should always be treated as…..pain. PE does not have the ‘no pain no gains’ philosophy.

And always always always…. listen to your body. No one can tell you if what you are feeling is pain, or tickles. Or if you have a bruise or if you got some dirt on your wang. You an adult human in your own body knows whats good and bad. Pain bad. Bruises bad. Erections good. And so on. Dont overthink ever little reaction and change, just be diligent, aware and use some common sense when it comes to how your feeling.


"Pain is temporary, pride is forever."

UPDATE

I meant a blunt pain, not tingling. Also next day the pain becomes less noticeable but this weird erection thing is still present.

Originally Posted by oMooseknuckle
I would think It constantly trying to get an erection is a great indicator of positive EQ? Same with it physically being larger, I.E. Fuller and holding more blood naturally, same with tingles. Tingling is not bad in of itself, could be from putting pressure on an area you’ve rarely touched before, if the tingle is actually painful then that can be a cause for concern. The only truly concerning thing is the ‘green veins’? Do you mean green as in it looks bruised? Or do they appear green because they are actually blue and along with your skin color they appear green?

If its literally just the veins that are green, I would think that its actually just blue.. Unless your an alien with green blood of course. And perhaps your developing new veins due to the increased exercise.

HOWEVER, if the green is not just the veins themselves but the skin around the veins than it sounds like you have been a bit to rough and bruised yourself while jelqing. If thats the case you should absolutely take some time of heal, and be sure to use a much calmer grip once your healed up.

If its not a bruise you are probably okay. I would just say if your feeling pain, either try to start using a lighter grip, lower the repetitions or include an extra rest day. Most of the other things you mentioned don’t sound like issues in of themselves but pain is and should always be treated as.pain. PE does not have the ‘no pain no gains’ philosophy.

And always always always.. Listen to your body. No one can tell you if what you are feeling is pain, or tickles. Or if you have a bruise or if you got some dirt on your wang. You an adult human in your own body knows whats good and bad. Pain bad. Bruises bad. Erections good. And so on. Don’t overthink ever little reaction and change, just be diligent, aware and use some common sense when it comes to how your feeling.

I meant a blunt pain mixed with the pain that pulls the dick (I guess it’s called lingering pain or nagging pain), not a tingling. Sorry for misleading. ‘Green veins’ is funny though :D I meant usual big veins that are blue. They just became bigger and spread. Fortunately, I don’t have any bruises, I try to be gentle.

Originally Posted by Lecockski
I meant a blunt pain mixed with the pain that pulls the dick (I guess it’s called lingering pain or nagging pain), not a tingling. Sorry for misleading. ‘Green veins’ is funny though :D I meant usual big veins that are blue. They just became bigger and spread. Fortunately, I don’t have any bruises, I try to be gentle.

Good lol.

I mean generally viens might grow to increased bloodflow from the jelqs. Still make sure to be easy on them, and all that. Ive def. had nagging pain at the base from just soreness but as long as its a mild soreness rather than legit pain It should be fine. Again, just be diligent and listen to your own body, no need to run straight into panic mode, but if you notice more than mild discomfort, a break can always be a good avenue,


"Pain is temporary, pride is forever."

I agree with these guys. A low key constant pain, or what I call an “ache” is a progress pain in my experience. The fact that it wants to be erect is a positive indicator in my opinion. If he was having trouble getting erect or having more pain when getting erect that would be a bad indicator.

Hanging longer, slight edima, are all fairly normal. Are you using a good post-workout lotion like Gold Bond or anything?

Last warning, dont do high intensity workouts when taking ibuprofen or other blood thinning type medicine. I have experienced bleed through bruising (big red subdermal red spots).

Hope that helps!

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