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    Lately my penis is itchy in the morning usually ( I do not tug at night) not during or imediatly after I am wearing my tlc x. It gets itchy just below my corona and around my circ scar. Has anyone experienced this? It's not irritated or red, so I'm thinking its a good sign of maybe growth is happening, been noticing good results after the past 3 months.

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    Yes, I experienced the same itch. I always took it as a good sign as the itchy areas were the same as I was targeting with my tugging. I accepted it as a "wakening up of the cells I was hoping to grow" A little unperfumed moisteriser never did any harm.

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    • #3
      Episodic itching during restoration is normal. It's an indication that things are developing nicely under the skin.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the replies, well good to hear and I agree that's what I thought it was feeling like just wanted to see is others experienced this too. Looks like I'm on the right track.

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          [QUOTE=Weldin' pipe;n9031........ Looks like I'm on the right track. [/QUOTE]

          Maybe, maybe not.

          Nobody here, is there, where you are, and nobody here is a physician or a psychic/ emote viewer. They haven't even asked you if you have additional symptoms, which would be the first question to ask, rather than leaping directly into ...well, ignorance. "Itchy" skin can be a result of minor trauma, including minor abrasion, but that's less common. Tugging is the definition of minor trauma if you use high tension, but if it's an area that's been covered by an artificial thingy, for periods of time and moistness, then it can also commonly be a minor topical infection. Do we know which it is? Nope.

          But I can tell you this, if it's itchy, red (with sometimes some flakiness), then it's more likely a fungus-y thing, not a sign that "things are developing nicely under the skin", whatever the hell that means (that's just plain ignorant of the process of mitosis, and tugging, for that matter). There's no physiological reason to think that reasonable tension produces itchiness.

          You seem to indicate that this is an ongoing thing. So you have to play the odds. Keep an eye on it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Info View Post

            Maybe, maybe not.

            Nobody here, is there, where you are, and nobody here is a physician or a psychic/ emote viewer. They haven't even asked you if you have additional symptoms, which would be the first question to ask, rather than leaping directly into ...well, ignorance. "Itchy" skin can be a result of minor trauma, including minor abrasion, but that's less common. Tugging is the definition of minor trauma if you use high tension, but if it's an area that's been covered by an artificial thingy, for periods of time and moistness, then it can also commonly be a minor topical infection. Do we know which it is? Nope.

            But I can tell you this, if it's itchy, red (with sometimes some flakiness), then it's more likely a fungus-y thing, not a sign that "things are developing nicely under the skin", whatever the hell that means (that's just plain ignorant of the process of mitosis, and tugging, for that matter). There's no physiological reason to think that reasonable tension produces itchiness.

            You seem to indicate that this is an ongoing thing. So you have to play the odds. Keep an eye on it.
            Thanks for the "informative" response, stated in original post "no redness or irritation." Nor is there any flakes or rashes of any sort. I do not feel there is any need for alarm, simply asking if anyone experienced itchiness. Maybe I should have restated the question as does mitosis cause itchiness such as in pregnant women experience itchiness as their uterus grows and puts tension on abdomen muscles and skin. No signs of any fungal infection and everything appears normal, no abrasions or tears either. No soreness or bruising to be felt or seen.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Weldin' pipe View Post

              Thanks for the "informative" response, stated in original post "no redness or irritation." .......
              I read that. That's why I suggested you keep an eye on it. With me, you don't get head-nodding forum chatter, you get counterpoint for information, health and safety. I suppose, for some that's a form of irritation in its own right, when they get something they didn't expect, or want.

              And I have to say, the fact that an area of skin is "itchy" is a sign of irritation by definition, which is why I responded. It's not "alarm" in any way, it's just covering common bases. Now that I know what you expect from a forum, I'll be more particular, so no worries.

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              • #8
                Along these same lines, I have occasionally experienced a burning/stinging sensation mostly on the head of my penis but I think I know what it was related to. I have found that I cannot apply the TLC or the skin cone immediately after intercourse or jacking off - not until all seepage of semen has ceased. I think the alkalinity of the semen is what was causing the burning sensation - not sure, but that is all I can figure as that is the only time I have noticed it. Doesnt happen with preseminal fluid at night though. Not a big deal, resolves without any big issue.

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