Biology behind PE
Hello, I’m new to the forum. Here’s something that’s been bothering me for a while. In order for jelqing to work, the erectile tissue must be destroyed and then regrow, supposedly larger. But what bothers me is that when tissue is destroyed, it grows back as a scar. fibroblasts cover up the injured area with scar tissue..it loses the elasticity of the original erectile tissue, doesn’t it?? so it would seem after doing PE for a few months, you’ve managed to make all your elastic erectile tissue into fibrotic scar tissue. who can explain the growth biologically when it seems you’d end up with NO possibility of growth after a few months (at any point actually—but after a few months, kiss away the possibility cuz now you’ve got a scarred up member).
BTW, i started about 4 weeks ago at 6 x 5.5, trying to improve length mostly…using the manual methods as recommended by penisadvan….i’ve had what i perceived as some gains in girth, which have kind of gone away i think. and while about a half inch of paler, whiter skin can be seen at the base of my penis (which i was thinking was “new” skin), I haven’t really had much in gains as far as length…then again, i don’t know what BPL is or how to measure it…but i’m new to the site, and hopefully this stuff works for me too in the end. what do you gentlemen think of my biological basis for PE question?