Penis clamping builds up an unusual amount of pressure in the penis. Accordingly, if your penis is not conditioned for clamping, or you do not pay attention to your penis while clamping, you can easily cause an injury.
The two most common injuries from clamping include overtraining and penile Mondor’s disease (penis thrombosis, which is benign, but still takes an average of four weeks to heal).
Positive Penis Clamping Signs:
- Engorged penis
- Temporary growing. It is not uncommon for your penis to experience temporary growth of ½ inch in girth during and after clamping.
- Apparent growth
Negative Penis Clamping Signs:
- Penis turning very dark: It is normal for the penis to darken a few shades during a clamping session. However, if it turns very dark this is extremely bad. Note: if your penis color is normally very dark, then use other signs as an indication to stop.
If you experience any of these negative signs while clamping, immediately take the clamp off and apply a warm-up to your penis.
Penis Exercises While Clamped
You do not need to do penis exercises while clamped to obtain results. Regardless, some men advocate clamped exercises. We do not fully recommend doing exercises while clamped since they cause a lot of pressure build up; and this is potentially dangerous if your penis isn’t conditioned. Accordingly, if you do decide to perform clamped exercise, take extra caution while doing so.
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