16EEE boots, huge hands, but the old wives were wrong...
I have been entirely fascinated reading about all of your progress, so I thought I’d introduce myself. Sort of. In my business, I’d be an idiot to say too much but I’m betting I’m not alone…
I’m 34, 6’6” and 375 pounds. I have been a bit unlucky with my health; this year I was finally properly diagnosed with a pituitary tumor. (It’s a crying shame that Acromegaly doesn’t affect your penis or I’d be well on my way…) Evidently my hormones have been so screwed up for so long that I’m oddly developed. Overall I’m a very big man, and I managed to be pretty evenly hairy, but for some odd reason my body hair isn’t very thick in the spots you’d figure: under the arms and the groin. I may have over-produced HGH and had inconsistent production of Testosterone. No way of really knowing now, but that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. (If there’s a doctor in the house, I’d be intrigued to hear your insights.)
I also look a little funny with a perfectly average penis, what with the scale bieng a bit off, especially with a pronounced public fat pad. (A card-carrying member - no pun intended - of the extra belly-button society.) It was a rough way to grow up, and I caught a lot of hell from the other guys in the gang showers at Scout camp. Add a nasty dose of gynecomastia and you’ve got an insecure kid who looks like an East German prom queen.
Anyway, having had my brain tumor removed and done my bit with radiation I now have to take testosterone and other hormones daily, which my urologist thinks may help enhance me a bit physically. Better late than never, he says. I used to be a power-lifter, but my joints are shot form a combination of sloppy training, car accidents, and the odd lightning strike - I told you I was unlucky - so I’m starting a program of bodyweight calisthenics in the school of Matt Furey and Bas Rutten. (I know I need to check the diet and exercise, and I promise I’m doing it.)
I had always heard that if you were going to start a PE regimen you had to do it before you were in your mid-twenties. I gather from what I see here that I heard wrong, and that it’s not too late for me. It’s refreshing to see a respectable, serious treatment of this usually awkward subject, and I look forward to being a part of the community. I want to thank you now for all I’m going to learn here, and for the good it’s going to do for me. If there’s anything I can do to be of service, please don’t hesitate to ask.
I’d be grateful to hear from other men who have dealt with similar issues, and of course, from anyone who has a thought to offer.