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    Hi has anyone here experienced varicose veins through restoration with a device u wear?

  • #2
    Um, just about every guy who is circumcised has varicose veins. Circumcision, the gift that keeps on giving.

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    • #3
      I have had problems with it. But only once when I started using my tlc x. I never had since.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Nick2016 View Post
        Hi has anyone here experienced varicose veins through restoration with a device u wear?
        Highly unlikely that anyone has, or will have, varicose veins as a result of tugging. Varicose veins as a result of tugging is the assumption in this thread. But it wasn't actually stated, so that needs to be clear before anything else is addressed. Ask the OP to define his question and any assumptions he has, before you answer. And before you answer, do a 2 minute search for the definition of the term, and any anatomy involved in the area. That would lead you to how to think about it, aka analyze it. Always more important than what to think, and definitely more important than just assuming.

        Here's the thing: any veins which can become twisted and enlarged, are much deeper than the connective tissue under skin. We pull on skin, and to a certain extent, the connective tissue underneath skin. That's all. Skin, if you actually look down at your dick, is loose, flexible. It lifts from the underlying tissues and structures. And is gravity involved? Not even if you're an elephant. So....varicosity is highly unlikely, unless the guy who's tugging has a preexisting circulatory problem, which he would most likely know about. So that could be your first response: "why do you ask" and/or "what do you see"?

        Look below at the relationship of skin, to the location of veins. The "veins" under question in this thread are closest to the basal layer of skin, and are called venules. They aren't depicted here in any detail. They are extremely tiny, essentially microscopic. They drain the skin of blood. They do not become varicose veins. Deeper veins are just that, deeper, larger, tough and flexible, and unaffected by tension. So...........no worries. Tug. Can you tear a very small vein with too much tension? Sure. You can do all sorts of damage with too much tension. Would that be called a "varicose vein"? No. See?














        Or, we could ask HA for his knowledge of "biology", or tap Northener's 6 months of "staff nurse"/plastic surgery/"vomit, shit" experience. Does it make me a "dick" or a troll to add this? Only if you think 'misleading' folks is acceptable (see I can be sorta PC, and not use that other word).
        Last edited by Reality; 01-09-2017, 05:07 PM.

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        • #5
          Yes im talking about getting them from restoring. I ask because i have one it was confirmed by a dr i just don't know if its from wearing my device or if ive had it the whole time and just noticed.

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          • #6
            I have not noticed veins becoming any more prominent or apparent from tugging.
            Visit my restoration progress journal.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Nick2016 View Post
              Hi has anyone here experienced varicose veins through restoration with a device u wear?
              I've never known of a case where a restoring man has ended up with varicose veins. Sometimes, due to injury, someone may get small spider veins, but they heal and go away.

              The benefits of being restored greatly outweigh any concern about ending up with a veiny penis. Besides, some people think a veiny penis is actually sexy! Realistic dildos are often manufactured to have prominent veins. They can provide extra stimulation when having sex!

              Worry less. Tug more.

              David
              World As Monkey Island
              Last edited by Science Monk; 01-19-2017, 11:22 PM.
              I declared myself finished restoring with 3/4 erect coverage (CI-8.5) in 2005. I primarily used T-tape, strapping up and around my waist.
              I've participated in NORM meetings in San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle (RECAP), and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

              Every doubt, reservation, or concern I had about my restoration was resolved by achieving additional foreskin LENGTH.....So just KOT !

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              • #8
                A varicose vein in the tissues of your penis still doesn't sound right to me, especially from tugging. I think you doctor was using that term because it's generally known to the average patient, not because it's technically accurate. You'd have to describe it, appearance and location. I'm unconvinced.

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                • #9
                  Thanks for the answers everyone

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                  • #10
                    So theres what i was told os a varicose vein info its just below glans close to the frenum.

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                    • #11
                      Yep, looks more or less like one, but I still wonder how this could happen on your penis. Considering what usually causes varicose veins, it's unusual, from what I know (Urology is not my thing, though).

                      Did your doctor suggest any follow-up testing? I'm assuming your cardiac status is normal. Do you practice anything forceful other than tugging, with your penis? You don't have to answer that on a public forum, but if you do practice something else, you need to consider that as a possible cause.

                      Tugging on penile skin should virtually never cause this to happen, not the least because this is located in an area of mucosa, and it's a deeper vein. Tugging on penile skin shouldn't significantly affect this area or depth. If your doctor isn't a urologist, maybe you should ask for a referral to one, just for a second opinion. He'd be the guy who's seen a lot of variation, and who's seen how problems in other areas can affect genital veins.

                      Good luck.
                      Last edited by Reality; 01-29-2017, 06:05 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for the quick answer and yes i do pe excersises so that could be the cause, i also noticed it a few days after i had sort of rough sex so im just trying to exclude what i can so i can figure out what caused it.

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                        • #13
                          Relax ! You’re normal !!!

                          I’ve studied the photo.

                          You’ve discovered one of your “frenular veins” - a normal vascular structure readily observed by physical examination of intact penises, but not readily seen, if at all, on circumcised penises. There should be another frenular vein on the other side of your frenulum, but it may be harder to find. It is not unusual for the frenular vein on one side to be more readily observable than on the other.

                          The frenular veins are seemingly unusual anatomically in how they travel up to close to the surface of the mucosal inner skin on either side of the frenulum, then make an abrupt U-turn, and plunge back into the depths of the penis. This seems unusual, but that is Mother Nature’s intent for us.

                          The “frenular veins” were first described and named by New Zealand physician Dr. Ken McGrath in his 2001 paper entitled “The Frenular Delta.” “The Frenular Delta” can be downloaded as a PDF from the Recommended Reading and Video page of the NORM.org website. The two paragraphs that immediately precede the Discussion section of the paper deal with the frenular veins.
                          http://norm.org/reading.html

                          David
                          World As Monkey Island


                          I declared myself finished restoring with 3/4 erect coverage (CI-8.5) in 2005. I primarily used T-tape, strapping up and around my waist.
                          I've participated in NORM meetings in San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle (RECAP), and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

                          Every doubt, reservation, or concern I had about my restoration was resolved by achieving additional foreskin LENGTH.....So just KOT !

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Nick2016 View Post
                            Thanks for the quick answer and yes i do pe excersises so that could be the cause, i also noticed it a few days after i had sort of rough sex so im just trying to exclude what i can so i can figure out what caused it.
                            Yeah, kinda what I suspected. PE is a potential problem in more than one way. If I were you, I'd stop it for now, see if this vein returns to some sort of normalcy. It may not. In the meantime, here's a simple write up of penile varicose veins.

                            They mention a small blood clot as one cause. I wouldn't play around with that, if that was the cause (I don't know if it was). And.....just to cover bases (but not that I suspect it would happen in your case), "PE" is also common clinical slang for 'pulmonary embolism', where a blood clot travels to the lungs. Big trouble, that.


                            http://www.veindirectory.org/article...-varicose-vein
                            Last edited by Reality; 01-30-2017, 03:50 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Thanks for the answers guys so sciencemonk are you rather sure it is normal? And info there is no pain its just visible also im not sure i may have had it the whole time and not noticed, i really dont want to quit pe i am not happy with the size of my penis but if it is high risk i may stop, its just theres a site that does not sell or advertise nothing and people there seem to be getting results can you share with me what is so risky about it?

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