I’ve read quite a few of those now, and it’s becoming clear that TFG-beta1 at least (and possibly beta2, 3) is involved in the regulation of cell growth. By that I mean it’s purpose seems to be to keep things in check and prevent out of control growth. Fibrosis seems to be one of those results.
It also seems that AR downregulation alone will not prevent growth (though it may limit rate).
My main concern is that if you negate the ‘cell police’ in order to encourage growth, and there is damaged DNA, tumors or other undersirable states, then because we cannot precision administer we could be asking for trouble.
Yea, I agree with this. I am not thinking seriously about chemically manipulating my penis at this point. I have two goals: I want to know if reducing the oxygen pressure in the blood of my penis is limiting my gains because of fibrous growth. I also want to know why changes at the end of puberty resulting in a cessation of penile growth. Then, if there is something simple and safe I will do it, I like you however wont be putting needles in my dick.
Please keep reading and posting on this!