A Challenge To Jelqing/PE Theory
So I’ve been injured since September. My pain has decreased, which is good. Plan to start up very light manual stretching in a week.
Was lying around this morning, and I started thinking. Not bashing PE or claiming it doesn’t work, because I’ve read enough solid accounts on these forums to know that your dick’s connective tissue can stretch and grow w time, dedication and a little luck. My question is: what about the delicate structures INSIDE the penis? The blood vessels, veins, arteries, urethra, and nerves - what happens to these structures over time as you stretch your penis to say, a .5” length increase?
Obviously most people here won’t be able to concretely answer this question with medical evidence, but I’d still like to hear your opinions/theories. Do you think PE is bad for these structures? I would guess that veins are not a structure designed to be ‘stretched’ and elongated. Do you think these structures stretch (and possibly thin out) in length along with the ligaments of the penis, or do you think they stay the same length while the connective tissue outside stretches and grows?
Sure, thinking of the penis as a muscle to be worked out and enlarged is a cool concept…but the penis is not a bicep or tricep. It’s much more complex, filled with delicate structures that allow it to be the most sensitive region of our bodies. How do you feel PE effects these structures?
A happy life to you all,