damage from jelquing?

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  1. D_William Howard Shaft

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    for a while I was obsessed with jelquing and was doing it all the time... to the point where I was giving myself bruises.

    so I feel though I gained through jelquing, but now I am almost regretting having started doing it. I don't do it much any more, but noticed my cock is having problems... and I am wondering if I did any damage to it from jelquing. the problems I am encountering are that it seems to leak a bit like I have a weak PC muscle. thing is I do kegels all the time, yet they don't really help much at all. Anyone else have this issue?
     
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    I hope you did not do any permanent damage. I suppose it is easy to get over- zealous with the who PE thing. You are young; you will heal.
     
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    yeah I hope is does too... but sometimes I feel like my cock is 60 years in a 34 year old body... I mean it can get hard and all, but it leaks and its annoying... i wish there was a way to stop the leaking...
     
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    nice pix bro
     
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    what do you mean by "leaking"?
     
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    is it possible you're overworking your PC? Like any muscle, if you're going to work it it should be done in a sensible, progressive manner. Doing kegels "all the time" in the hopes that by doing more you'll strengthen your PC muscles is a recipe for overtraining.
     
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