Can we please keep this thread on the topic of "SCLEROSING LYMPHANGITIS", or anything that could be misdiagnosed as same. Please. Obviously it would be fine to start another topic on Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, or even touch on that here. But all I see are two individuals exuding obvious personality traits that would predispose them to Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome. Just wanted to point that out.View Thread
Kinda looks as described. Anyway that EVO oil ain't gonna do anything. As well, since having this injury and like you, perusing PE websites of injuries, I have to say that has to be the biggest group of dumb-asses I have ever seen. For a variety of reasons. What really makes me puke is there is this pattern.
Guy does PE->guy injures dick-> guy asks for help-> guy gets lambasted and then banned from site by mods to cover any trace. They always say it wasn't the exercises, it was the dummy doing them. And I guess you can agree somewhat but they are so cold about it. A certain admin at this one site I was looking at, after a guy broke his dick real good, told the guy and I quote "there is more to life than a dick", that was coming from a penis enlargement site moderator with over 17000 posts. The irony was lost on all but me it seemed.
Anyway, don't listen to those tards, leave your dick alone don't massage it. Since you read this whole thread you know who I am and how my dick got totally F'd. Doing just that. It should resolve on it's own. you know the answer to your question. You just gotta wait.View Thread
If you're dicks really better you will know and it will be like Christmas day X100000..... Waking up and finding a totally fine dick and opening the shutters like Ebenezer Scrooge and seeing a whole new world in front of you. Then you throw bags of gold at orphanage volunteers cuz your just so happy with your new dick.......
Hey man, dig into your deeper consciousness and realize that this is obviously just you justifying jerking off, right? I mean.............I don't know what our boy Counterso will say, but I would bet all my assets on a thumbs down if there is any discomfort at all. Get erections, but don't jerk it. I have the same thing going on, I have an inflamed lymph channel, but the main problem and what I really injured, was just what you said, superficial fascia. And I'll tell ya something, that sh1t will be inflamed long after you can see or feel it. And that mild discomfort that you're feeling is the same mild discomfort I was jerking off with for years. before I REALLY injured myself. Personally if I get better I don't think I'll ever jerk off again, I just want girls, I can't stand this. I just want you and I to get better and get out there in the world. You're my brother in dick pain, looks like your almost better so don't Fvck it up now.View Thread
Counterso, Is it possible to have a chronic infection under the skin for a very long time like cellulitis. I have been reading that cellulitis can occur where there are no breaks in the skin and situations where lymphatic drainage is compromised can also cause it. When this originally got real bad my dick was definitely red, warm and swollen.... quite like these examples:
the swollen lymph channel under the head is always a bit red. There is just no other explanation of how chronic inflammation could go on this long without infection being the cause IMO. But at the same time, wouldn't it get worse if it were an infection, not slowly better and better over almost a year.
And what's exciting is we can have some drawn out dialogue about this as my urologist appointment probably won't be for months. Though I may be in a psyche ward before then.
Went to my GP today, like Counterso says, he didn't know much about this stuff, he'd never heard of Sclerosing Lymphangitis. But he did listen and when I told him the steroid cream really worked he wrote a script for more of the same stuff I was using and referred me to a Uro, so I guess it went as good as could be hoped. And he did inspect it and said he could feel a lump, which is the swelling where I made things really bad. So a small victory for having a doctor acknowledge there really is something there.
Another point to be made is that the swelling which used to be hard has now became completely soft and I can press on it without it hurting at all now.View Thread
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