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So I hear people mentioning red dots, and I'm trying to figure out if what I'm getting are the same thing. In a video Chris mentioned that when you get them you should (assuming you dont want to get discoloration) wait before they are gone before doing another workout and that this should usually be within 7 days.
Well... I'm getting some tiny red dots after each workout now, but they are really tiny to the point where I need very strong light and to kind of stretch the skin to even see them, and they disappear within 12 hours or so (I do the workout in the evening and they are gone by the time I wake up in the morning). So to me the fact that they disappear so soon and that they are so tiny I need a flashlight or something to actually notice them makes me question if it's the same thing.
So my question is, are the dots I'm getting the dots people have been talking about? And are they something to just be tolerated, or should I take it as a sign I'm overdoing it and should scale back a bit? And if I should scale back, what is the likely problem here, is it that I'm increasing pressure to fast or doing too long workouts or what?
Yeah, thus far none have stuck around more than 12 hours, so I haven't had to take any time off as I do every other day anyways. But I take it from your response then that this is completely normal and that it's not a sign that I'm going too hard or anything? I was worried it was a sign I should slow down.
Yeah red dots when you first start out is normal as your tissue get's used to the pressure of the pump.
Now if you are getting large patches of red dots or they are all over your shaft then that means you went to hard. Normally you get those red dots from pumping up to full pressure to quickly when you are a newbie.
Ok good, it definitely sounds like the first case then, no large patches of anything. So given that it sounds like its the "newbie dots" and they don't hurt , and they disappear so fast, is there any need to change anything? Should I just keep on as I have been and wait until the tissue gets used to it, or is it reason enough to slow down how fast I build the pressure?
I think you should continue with your system. Don't get over zealous about pumping. Give it a good month to get used to the pressure and then start pumping to full pressure but not fast and you should be fine.
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