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Tingling in other parts of body

Tingling in Other Parts Of Body?

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Is pumping known to cause any other problems? I had some tingling and numbness before starting pumping maybe two weeks ago (hands, arms, neck) that I am working on with my doctor. The numbness has gotten a lot worse recently. Could pumping cause anything like this?

Granted, I am going to chill on the pressure and time — I’ve had some discoloration and edema. But I searched this forum and didn’t see anything about tingling or nerve issues from pumping. The timing is kind of worrisome though with this nervous system issue that I am having.

Erections are better than ever, and even being a little gung-ho my penis still feels the best that it ever has. Actually amazing. I am using the Leluv manual pump with a gauge for reference, which I hope is accurate. I’ve had no issues in my groin area whatsoever, but I have gone higher with pressure than recommended.

Final thought: my doctor did say that my upper nervous system was out of whack compared to the lower nervous system by testing my reflexes. That was 1-2 days after I started pumping — I was having the nervous issues before. But they’ve gotten worse in the last two weeks. Related?

I don’t know of any doctors here. Follow the lead of your medical professional. PE will always be here after you get more important matters sorted.


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Originally Posted by Titleist
I don’t know of any doctors here. Follow the lead of your medical professional. PE will always be here after you get more important matters sorted.

The GOAT speaks! Thanks Titleist. I am doing everything I am being told, but I suppose I could bring up this topic.

Originally Posted by semiotic
I had some tingling and numbness before starting pumping maybe two weeks ago (hands, arms, neck) that I am working on with my doctor. The numbness has gotten a lot worse recently. Could pumping cause anything like this?

After pumping I sometimes feel numbness in my extremities (feet and hands) for hours afterwards. I attribute this to the blood that typically occupies them having been recruited in my penis, but I am certainly not a doctor and I have basically no idea how accurate this theory is. Your situation may be something else entirely, especially considering that you are experiencing these sensations in your neck and arms. Just as a layman, that doesn’t seem like it aligns with my own personal experience.

I would reiterate Titleist’s advice that you follow the lead of your doctor.

Originally Posted by Golddinger
After pumping I sometimes feel numbness in my extremities (feet and hands) for hours afterwards. I attribute this to the blood that typically occupies them having been recruited in my penis, but I am certainly not a doctor and I have basically no idea how accurate this theory is. Your situation may be something else entirely, especially considering that you are experiencing these sensations in your neck and arms. Just as a layman, that doesn’t seem like it aligns with my own personal experience.

I would reiterate Titleist’s advice that you follow the lead of your doctor.

Thanks for the input. I have tingling (hands, neck, shoulders) the next day or two after no PE activity. I’ve only felt really good immediately after and following pumping or any other PE activity in the last two weeks. Who knows though.

Originally Posted by c3ifador
I have never felt such things. Only irritation in the lymphatic system in my groin area, everytime I pump for ≥ 2 hours.

That’s pretty nuts to go that long. What pressure or pressures do you use during that time? Static pressure?

The doctor said groin stuff shouldn’t be related to neck, hands, back, or anything else really. And to go for 15 in HG.

Kidding! I’ll be responsible, but that’s reassuring that I can pump.

Can anyone confirm that the Leluv gauge is accurate?

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Originally Posted by semiotic

That’s pretty nuts to go that long. What pressure or pressures do you use during that time? Static pressure?

4hg~6hg. After sometime I get used to it and it does not make the same “effect”, but I just keep the same, somedays I like to put some minutes > 6hg, something between 7hg~10hg, but as I just returned to do PE, I won’t do something like that soon, maybe here in a month or so.

Originally Posted by semiotic

The doctor said groin stuff shouldn’t be related to neck, hands, back, or anything else really. And to go for 15 in HG.

Kidding! I’ll be responsible, but that’s reassuring that I can pump.

Can anyone confirm that the Leluv gauge is accurate?

I don’t know if it is accurate as I am not a person that work with those kind of things, I use their gauge by the way.


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Two ways to test the accuracy of a gauge: bench test in a lab or compare to another gauge by plumbing the second gauge inline with your equipment.

However, I have found that these gauges tend to be generally accurate, unless dropped or damaged.


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Current: 7.5” BPEL; 7” NBPEL; 8.25” BPFSL; 6.25” - 6.5” MEG w/ c-ring.

Goal: Improved/consistent EQ while managing ED. Secondary: maintain current stats.

I see a chiropractor first just in case can make adjustments and “un-pinch” a nerve. Then move on to the other specialists.

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