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Pain after jelq sesion.

Discussion in 'Penis Enlargement' started by Tyraxor, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. Tyraxor

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    Hello everyone !
    I have question for experienced guys mostly but any piece of any good advice is as well welcome.
    After hard sesion of jelqing I feel pain in pelvic area.
    Im actually newbie and started few weeks ago.
    It feels like there was a blod for to long time and like I need to jerk off cause it is not pleasent feeling in pelvic area.
    But please advice me what Im doing wrong that it is causing this bad feeling after my workout.
    Is it too much presure in too high erection state for not so experienced guy like me?
    I surely noticed growth in length and girth fast and really liked milk when I have almost full erection.That looks of my growing dick was nice so I jelq with quite dedication.It is really nice for me waching my dick increasing, especially in erect state but this pain after jelq is not so pleasent.
    Please write me what to do to eliminate this bad experience after workout.

    Thanks for any helpfull advice.
     
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  3. Big Al

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    If you're feeling pain, you're doing too much! You could be straining the ligament insertion at the pubis- this would explain the pain you're feeling.

    Take some time off and start at reduced intensity and volume. Find a comfortable number of reps, and slowly work up from there over time.
     
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