soft lump / blockage after masturbating?

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  1. Ruiner

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    So I've been talking to a girl that I've known / been with a few times. We had ridiculously good sex, and have been having phone sex pretty regularly. Everything was good until one night I was a little rough with myself because she wanted to keep going. I kept stroking not thinking much of it, but I woke up in the morning with the skin swollen around my head. Of course I was concerned, and kept an eye on it for the day, it tingled here and there and went down within a day or two.


    We were playing another night and it happened against a week or two later, but less severe.

    So today, I was very careful, and tried to just be gentle, but after an hour, I noticed the swell was back. It's not painful, it isn't discolored, I'm guessing it's just a blockage, and maybe I need to give it a few weeks to actually heal before any kind rough handjobs/pumping.


    Anyone else run into this before? I used to be so problem free, but once you start having sex (over the phone, webcam, multiple times (5-6x's) I've run into nothing but problems.)

    We had sex for 3 days almost straight (just leaving for food, and to hang out with friends in the evening for a bit) and there wasn't a single issue.
     
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    Just sounds like the tissue hasn't fully healed. Just because the swelling goes down doesn't mean that everything is ok again so you're likely just irritating it. I would say leave it alone for awhile and when you start back up make sure you use a slippery water or silicon based lube (not things like lotion or vaseline which can be slick but also thick and likely irritate your tissue more).
     
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