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Bad news from the doctor

Bad news from the doctor

So I went to one of the most prominent urologists in Australia today and asked him some questions about exercising the penis and this is what he had to say:

On enlarging the penis ” not possible as there is a fibrous sheath that encapsulates all the material we are trying to stretch strengthen and enlarge. This fibrous sheath can not be stretched or changed and is they only determinant for erection size. However jelqing and pumping my increase the penis’ ability to hold blood which would result in a firmer not larger penis”

On penis enlarging surgery: ” very dangerous, mainly poor surgeons cashing in on peoples insecurities”

Kegels: “can help with ejaculatory control and maintaining an erection but mainly helps with urination”

He was confident and honest and didnt flinch once through out the consultation.

Now I’m very confused, would appreciate some feed back..

Thanks guys

The vast majority of doctors will tell you the same thing, but do you really think us veterans would stick around for years in a free forum if we didn’t see any gains? There are some good comparison pictures up in the members pics forum. It’s a slow process so most get discouraged but take it from me, PE works.

Is THAT it..

Start - BPEL 16.9cm (6.65") - MSEG 12.4cm (4.88")

Now - BPEL 18.8cm (7.40") - MSEG 12.9cm (5.07")

LONG Term Goal - BPEL 20.5 (8.07") - MSEG 14.6 (5.74")

The fibrous sheath obviously can stretch as it must do so every time you get an erection. That means it must have a degree of elasticity, which proves him wrong instantly. Anything elastic can be made to stretch further than previously.

Starting Stats - 5.5 NBPEL x 5.6 EG

Current Stats - 5.7 NBPEL x 6.2 EG

Goal - 7 x 6 (with hopefully a large flaccid hang)

I agree I considered both of these points today and a few more. Thanks for the input I guess I was just a little shocked at the bluntness in his answer.

I’ve been under the impression that the fibrous tissue that makes up the sheath around the CC is the same kind that comprises ligaments. Fibrous tissue in general is made up of mostly collagen and elastin, if I’m not mistaken. And such materials can most certainly be stretched.

Originally Posted by usyd84

Bad news from the doctor


Well, that’s it then. You should stop PEing immediately.

Running a Massive Co-Front.

I guess I’m a figment of someone’s imagination then.

Start (Oct 2010) NBPEL: 5, BPEL: 5.875 inches, BASE GIRTH: 5.25 inches, MID GIRTH: 5

(November 2013) NBPEL: 5.875, BPEL: 6.625 inches, BASE GIRTH: 5.625 inches, MID GIRTH: 5

Goal NBPEL(7-7.5)xMEG(5.5-6) (journal)

Originally Posted by usyd84

He was confident and honest and didnt flinch once through out the consultation.

He probably doesn’t want more people to know about it.

I'm a big fan of 50 Cent, or as we call him in Zimbabwe, four hundred million dollars.

Experts are often very hard to convince. A Doctor is an expert of the body and he believes that fibrous sheath can’t be stretched or enlarged because this is what he has learned. If he is wrong it means he is thought wrong and he and all other Doctors - the expert are wrong, there world would turn upside down if they are wrong. This Doctor is probably not even sure of this himself but he will say that it is impossible to enlarge your penis and will explain all gains with improved EQ, anything else will mean he, the expert is wrong. There are some Doctor that say PE is possible but they can’t prove it so it is simply being ignored by the rest of the medicine world.

I use a bathmate, when I pump with my bathmate my penis gets allot larger then it normally is so then the fibrous sheath must be able to stretch. If it can stretch under vacuum I see no reason to why it shouldn’t be able to stretch it outside the pump and get a bigger penis.

Co-sign keyboard— when I was a full time fitness trainer I refused to train doctors— they were a fucking nightmare, experts on every-fucking-thing.

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Originally Posted by boner7484
The fibrous sheath obviously can stretch as it must do so every time you get an erection. That means it must have a degree of elasticity, which proves him wrong instantly. Anything elastic can be made to stretch further than previously.

It doesn’t stretch every time you get an erection. When the penis is flaccid the sheath is not under tension. When the penis is erect the sheath expands to a pre determined limit of expansion; just as the knee or the ankle bends only to a certain angle to prevent damage to the joint or dislocation.

The doctor isn’t therefore wrong. The doctor is correct that the sheath isn’t elastic because fibrous tissue isn’t by it’s very nature elastic. Elastic implies a certain degree of flexibility which would circumvent the very biological requirement of this tissue type.

I do agree however that it can be stretched beyond the natural limit of tension just like any material can. It’s called tensile strength and any materials engineer will corroborate this view. In biological systems however this requires breaking not stretching the fibres so that new material can grow to fill the break. It’s exceptionally dangerous which is why the doctor didn’t recommend it

I’m agreeing with you and disagreeing with you at the same time but thought it best to clarify your point to avoid confusion to the original poster.

So does this mean we don’t have to kill ourselves today? For fuck’s sake I hate last minute cancellations ruining my whole day planner.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

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What Boner said. Actually, the development of fibrous tissue, properly said, in the penis, is not characteristic of normal penis - it is seen instead, for example, in Peyronies’ disease; normal TA is composed of about 5% elastic fibers and can be stretched.

So said, even anelastic tissue, can go through microinjuries, repaired and then grow longer - why it shouldn’t?

As JD commented upon in a previous thread, at maximal expansion (during an erection) the Tunica is incredibly thin, at roughly 0.25mm, I cannot really contrive of a way that further stretching/thinning could occur without compromising the Tunica entirely.

An observation of mine: when exercising for periods of up to 6 months consistently, I gain progressive girth and a small amount of length, if I then stop exercising for little more than a week these “gains” totally reverse. This reversal has NO place within the theories of deformation and creep, such short-term expansion/retraction can logically only be explained by swelling and improved blood flow.

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