Assessing the risks of PE
Ok, I’ve been doing a lot of the reading as I am new to PE. I started the newbie routine three weeks ago and I plan on continuing but I have a few questions for some of the more informed and longer members of this forum.
I’m currently 5.8x4 with a slight upwards curve. I have no problems with my length because I’m a fairly short dude but I feel like my girth is lacking and that’s what I’m mainly doing PE for. My question is whether or not doing PE exercises will change the curvature of my penis and take away the desirable upward curve?
Also, I know injuries are a part of PE, but I want to know if anybody has sustained any permanent damage from PE exercises? I know it’s supposed to make your dick bigger and healthier, but I’ve read horror stories on here where people’s erection quality has declined, as well as their size lost, or have had long lasting ED from PE exercises. What are the chances of this happening? What are some of the warning signs that I’m doing something wrong? Is the loss of erection quality or the strength of erections a side effect of PE as the ligaments gets stretched from the body?
At what point is it beneficial to do PE? I can admit, I’ve always had my penis insecurities and that’s part of the reason I started.. But who doesn’t want a bigger/healthier member? But from reading around, it almost seems like the risks of a non-working member or worse then a pencil dick? Can someone tell me the actual risks versus rewards?
Thank you very much for helping a newb out.