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Thrombosis

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by 7inchasian, Sep 8, 2019.

  1. 7inchasian

    7inchasian New Member

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    Hey everyone, I’m not sure if this is the right place to post this but after having vigorous pumping session a few months ago I seem to have gotten vein thrombosis in my penis (a hard cord bulging out from the right side of my shaft). I went to see a urologist and obviously since the guys never seen my cock before he said my penis looks normal.. however I have seen some girth loss (probably half an inch), and hardening of the skin right below the hardened vein. I tried making an appointment with a specialist but that appointment isn’t until 5 months from now. I’m wondering if anyone else has encountered thrombosis in their penis and how I can manage it until my appointment? I am otherwise very healthy and in shape and I have a very clean diet so I’m just wondering what I can do...
     
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    Did he diagnosis you with Mondor's disease?
     
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    You need follow up in much less than 5 months! I've never heard of a penile thrombosis except in cases of sickle cell. Priapism is a result of clotting in the erectile tissue of the penis, not a vein. My big concern is why would you develop a venous clot from basically exercise, and do you have an underlying clotting disorder? You should be speaking to your regular doctor, possibly even a vascular surgeon, quickly. If there is an underlying condition, you can wind up clotting elsewhere with some pretty serious repercussions. If indeed it is nothing with nothing, warm compresses, aspirin or ibuprofen should take care of it. But until you know exactly what is wrong, brushing it under the rug (ie, come back in half a year...) is not a smart idea.
     
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