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Does Smoking Affect PE

I recently started smoking due to being quite stressed lately, I’m wondering if it will affect my PE in a negative way, if so, I will quit immediately, I do know ciggaretes can cause weak erections, so I’m curious if ciggarettes have a negative impact on my PE efforts. I seem to be gaining 0.2 inches a month, and I would hate nicotine to ruin that. I do 2 sets of 30 second Up, Down, Left,Right,Out stretches, 200 jelqs, random kegels throughout the day and an ads for 4 hours a day. If anyone could answer my question id be greatful thank you. Iam also getting about 200+ grams of protein intake daily, since iam bodybuilding.

-Wannabe8incher

Use your cigarette-break to do PE’ing instead. Smoking is bad for you in thousands of ways. Sorry! Quit the crap now! A friend of mine recently had a small heart attack because of the smoking.


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Yes, adversely, and not just PE.

I stopped recently and feel so much better. You will have better blood flow for PEing and possibly quicker gains if you quit smoking.

I started PEing, after I took a naked picture of myself, And my penis looked tiny, which I can’t understand becuase it’s the strong side of average about 7.2 BPEL 6.7 NBPEL and 5.0 EG, I guess years of weight lifting will make anyones penis look small in a picture, I would need 9 incher by 7 EG just to look normal in a picture due to my bodysize. This kind of size is a PE impossibility. Smoking ciggarettes is a perfect way to ruin yourself, they are satans fingers, straight from hell! Thats why they burn. Smoking ciggarettes is a complete disrespect to myself, due to this enlightening self realization I have dumped the rest of the pack in the toilet and flushed them, I will simply ignore the withdrawl and face that you are powerless to nicotines grasp no matter how mentally strong you think you are, I have a few randoms in bars, but have never been regular with ciggarettes, this is the closest iam to addiction and it ends now.

If you’re addicted, you’re not going to be able to ignore the withdrawals. You need to realize what’s happening and work yourself through it. It’s doable, but not easy. I smoke and I have taken a break for about 2 months one time. I really wish it would have stuck because I felt GREAT! One day, however, I went out drinking, and the urge came back. Since I was drunk I didn’t feel the urge to fight it, so I lit it up and have been since. I haven’t drank in about a year, so maybe it’s time to quit for good. I do nothing bad for my both except smoke. It’s horrible.

Well, good luck.


10/2008 BPEL= 6.5" NBPEL= 6" EG= 5"

6 month goal: NBPEL= 6.75" EG= 5.25"

Main Goal: NBPEL= 8" EG= 6"

Originally Posted by WannaBe8Incher
I started PEing, after I took a naked picture of myself, And my penis looked tiny, which I can’t understand becuase it’s the strong side of average about 7.2 BPEL 6.7 NBPEL and 5.0 EG, I guess years of weight lifting will make anyones penis look small in a picture, I would need 9 incher by 7 EG just to look normal in a picture due to my bodysize. This kind of size is a PE impossibility. Smoking ciggarettes is a perfect way to ruin yourself, they are satans fingers, straight from hell! Thats why they burn. Smoking ciggarettes is a complete disrespect to myself, due to this enlightening self realization I have dumped the rest of the pack in the toilet and flushed them, I will simply ignore the withdrawl and face that you are powerless to nicotines grasp no matter how mentally strong you think you are, I have a few randoms in bars, but have never been regular with ciggarettes, this is the closest iam to addiction and it ends now.

“I started PEing, after I took a naked picture of myself, And my penis looked tiny. Which I can’t understand becAUse it’s the strong side of average; about 7.2 BPEL 6.7 NBPEL and 5.0 EG.

I guess years of weight lifting will make anyone’s penis look small in a picture. I would need 9 incheS by 7 EG just to look normal in a picture due to my bodysize. This kind of size is a PE impossibility. Smoking ci(g)garettes is a perfect way to ruin yourself, they are Satan’s fingers, straight from hell!

Thats why they burn. Smoking ci(g)garettes is a complete disrespect to myself. Due to this enlightening self realization(,) I have dumped the rest of the pack in the toilet and flushed them(.) I will simply ignore the withdrawAl and face that you are powerless to nicotines grasp(,) no matter how mentally strong you think you are(.) I have a few randoms in bars, but have never been regular with cigarettes, this is the closest I am to addiction and it ends now.”

WB8I.

As you can see I have edited your post a little as it was rather difficult to read.

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Originally Posted by mobbo
If you’re addicted, you’re not going to be able to ignore the withdrawals. You need to realize what’s happening and work yourself through it. It’s doable, but not easy. I smoke and I have taken a break for about 2 months one time. I really wish it would have stuck because I felt GREAT! One day, however, I went out drinking, and the urge came back. Since I was drunk I didn’t feel the urge to fight it, so I lit it up and have been since. I haven’t drank in about a year, so maybe it’s time to quit for good. I do nothing bad for my both except smoke. It’s horrible.

Well, good luck.


Please read: very important addiction information.

It has been 15 months since I had a cigarette. This is my third serious attempt to terminate this habit. I once quit for 7 months and started again do to depression and not giving a fuck.
There are many ways to relapse, but you really need to want to be a non smoker. I live with three smokers who smoke indoors. It used to drive me crazy, but not because I wanted a cigarette; but because the cancer causing agents in the air smell like shit.

I can get shit faced drunk if I want, and not get an urge to smoke now. In all honesty, I have a lot of will power and have beaten oxycontin and heroin addiction before which is far more addicting then cigarettes. So I have some experience in dealing with withdrawal symptoms caused by addicting substances. Education is the key to beating any kind of addiction. You need to know what you are up against.

This is what you are up against, and this data is 100% accurate:
Firstly, this is in regard to habitual smokers who smoke over 10 cigarettes or more. I am going to describe a 20 cigarette a day habit, which is a pack.
O.K. The first three days are the hardest, because this is when the nicotine is withdrawing from your body and brain. The second day is when the WD (withdrawal) is at its peak.

The symptoms of gross WD are anxiety, irritability, sweating, agitation, hostility, insomnia, constipation, and difficulty concentrating do to lack of stimulant which is usually on board.
These symptoms lessen substantially after the fist five days, and gradually reduce over the course of two to four weeks. Another dreaded WD symptom is being extremely light headed. This is because you are not used to breathing as much oxygen as a normal person, do to the CO (carbon monoxide) in the tobacco. This symptom completely went away in about two and a half weeks for me, after quiting a pack a day habit. At that time I smoked for six months straight. I have been smoking on and off since I was 16.

One of the worst side effects you will face is difficulty concentrating. Nicotine is a powerful stimulant, and when you are addicted you become dependent on those stimulating properties.
Unfortunately, it takes about three weeks for this dreaded side effect to cease and up to six weeks for a heavy duty long term smoker. The combination of the light headedness, and difficulty concentrating can be very irritating. If your going to quit smoking you might as well take advantage and quit caffeine if you have a caffeine habit, because it won’t help much.

This is absolutely essential: do not drink or go to bars till you absolutely positively know you are ready. Rule of thumb should be two months for a first time quitter. It took me dozens of little attempts, and

three serious attempts to be nicotine free for 15 months, so understand that quiting takes practice. Think of it as training for a marathon. Very few people can quit on their first attempt, but it is very possible if the will is there. I know a lot of people who have quit on their first attempts, but they were middle aged and took their recoveries more seriously do to the health risks of smoking over 50 years of age.

Another important fact that very few people are aware of is post acute withdrawal (PAW), which is a fancy word for feeling like absolute shit for long periods of time after the gross WD subsides.
This symptom is unavoidable for any nicotine dependent person, but the PAW varies substantially on how long, how much, and what type of cigarettes you smoked.
If you smoked Marlboro lights for lets say 3-7 years, at a pack a day without taking breaks, you can expect the PAW to last in between 1 to 3 months after the gross WD ceases which takes about 2 to 4 weeks. If you have smoked 2 packs of KOOL filter kings for 30 years you are looking at six weeks of gross WD and 3 to 8 months of PAW.

In some extreme cases it can last up to a year from what I have read. I have also read in rare incidences that a serious nicotine habit can cause brain damage, and you will never reverse the damage and face PAW until death. This is because the person is so used to smoking they basically cannot learn to live without it, and suffer because of this. This is also true and more common for a severe addiction to narcotic opioids, but is also rare.

The most identifiable characteristic of PAW is the inability to solve usually simple problems. There are six major types of PAW symptoms that contribute to this. They are the inability to think clearly, memory problems, emotional overreactions and numbness, sleep disturbances, physical coordination problems, and general problems in managing stress. The inability to solve usually simple problems because of any or all of these symptoms leads to diminished self-esteem. Diminished self-esteem and the fear of failure interfere with productive and challenging living.

This is a general explanation of PAW and does not resemble all the symptoms faced by nicotine WD, but of all addicting substances in general. When substance abuse, including nicotine is prolonged the natural factory in your brain that regulates neuro receptors to make you feel normal has been damaged. So without an aid like a nicotine patch, gum, or whatever you are very likely to relapse sooner then later. Your brains neuro chemistry does regulate over night, so you need to be patient and understand that their is nothing wrong with you and this dreaded PAW will subside.

PAW is not caused as much by physical addiction then by psychological addiction. When you use a substance for a long time, you depend on it, you love it, you will fight for it, and sometimes die for it.
This is why many smokers die of lung cancer, because they love the habit so much that they say fuck it and just tell themselves I am not going to live forever anyways. So PAW is created by the changes that addiction causes and cannot be reversed over night. Think of the hippo-campus’s of the brains of taxi cab drivers in London. The hippo-campus is were memory is stored. When these taxi cab drivers memorize all of those meticulously confusing detailed routes, it has been proven through brain imaging that their hippo-campus’s literally enlarge (as much as Dino 9*7’s dick after a grueling clamping session) to compensate for all that information.

So when you develop an addiction your brain creates new pathways that lead to self destruction, and you need to create additional positive new pathways once you quit a substance to conquer PAW. PAW will dissipate with life style changes:
When you join a gym, enjoy the smell of clean clothing and a clean car, when you walk up a flight of stairs and not get out of breath, when you compete in an intense basketball game with friends, when you develop the pride only the success of months of abstinence to your drug of choice can give you, you create new pathways to dismantle PAW. PAW does not go away if you don’t make the necessary changes. Your supposed to make these changes while you are on the nicotine patch, and when the 8 to 12 week nicotine replacement program is over you should feel wonderful.

Everybody needs to know that I take this shit seriously and my data is as accurate as the statistics overly obsessed individuals create on this site. So treat this post like religion if you face an addiction. Also, I developed a passion for neuro chemistry through my recovery of oxycontin and heroin misuse, and plan to go to medical school within the next few years and pursue a career in anesthesiology. So I guess everything happens for a reason.

Good luck to all that face any kinds of addictions. I hope this general knowledge helps you realize that their is nothing wrong with you, and your brain has been wounded and needs to heal over time; and with the supplementation of life style changes.


Starting stats: Feb 08: [7.3 BPEL * 4.9? EG]----Now: [8.00 BPEL * 5.1-5.2 EG]------GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]

Perception is reality.

Well I dread to say that you should do a search, but I found giving up cigarettes beneficial to my PE. Erection levels went up a notch, and it was the reason I gave my faltering habit the final kick.

Mr T. your post was very informative. Thank you. For those of you who are contemplating quitting; beware that it gets so much harder to quit the second and third time around.

Each time you are tempted to have a smoke, remind yourself that it won’t be as easy to put those smokes down again. The first time is easy so stick to your decision and never look back!

The first time I quit smoking my eq went way up. I didn’t realize how smoking affected things til I quit. Even now, being a smoker my eq seems just fine, but I know if I quit it will go to a whole other level.

Best of luck wannabe.

Originally Posted by hopeful2hanglow
Mr T. your post was very informative. Thank you. For those of you who are contemplating quitting; beware that it gets so much harder to quit the second and third time around.

Each time you are tempted to have a smoke, remind yourself that it won’t be as easy to put those smokes down again. The first time is easy so stick to your decision and never look back!

The first time I quit smoking my eq went way up. I didn’t realize how smoking affected things til I quit. Even now, being a smoker my eq seems just fine, but I know if I quit it will go to a whole other level.

Best of luck wannabe.

I am glad you found it informative and helpful. My goal of that post is to help people, and provide accurate information about addiction. Be aware that although it became harder for you to quit on your second and third attempt, it normally becomes easier for others. Quitting is a learning process and it is difficult to quit the first time, and becomes easier on future attempts because you are more familiar on what is to be expected. I think it became harder for you because of the diminished self-esteem of what failure can bring. Instead of telling yourself that you have gained knowledge on what to expect from nicotine WD, you created psychological war games in your mind that it becomes harder the more times you fail, which is not supposed to be the case.

Remember that you can’t have even one cigarette, or any tobacco product indefinitely; and good luck on being an non-smoker. It takes skill to quit a substance as addicting as nicotine.
Nicotine is readily available; so access is never an issue, and it goes well with other addicting substances. The fact that nicotines effects are rapid, and the half life is short lived creates an intense desire to smoke a shit load of cigarettes.


Starting stats: Feb 08: [7.3 BPEL * 4.9? EG]----Now: [8.00 BPEL * 5.1-5.2 EG]------GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]

Perception is reality.


Last edited by Mr. T : 10-12-2008 at .

I’ve been reading around the forum for some time and I had decided to start PE on Monday (tomorrow), so the plan is stop smoking at the same time. The idea is to think about my PE expectations every time I need smoking, perhaps calm down my self with some kegels. I’ll tell how I manage.

Originally Posted by glow
I’ve been reading around the forum for some time and I had decided to start PE on Monday (tomorrow), so the plan is stop smoking at the same time. The idea is to think about my PE expectations every time I need smoking, perhaps calm down my self with some kegels. I’ll tell how I manage.

In order to quit cigarettes you need a good a reason, and PE can make the quitting process much easier because of the will to enlarge your penis compared to the will to smoke.


Starting stats: Feb 08: [7.3 BPEL * 4.9? EG]----Now: [8.00 BPEL * 5.1-5.2 EG]------GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]

Perception is reality.

Interesting posts indeed, BUT let`s get back to THE question. We all KNOW smoking is bad for you, so puleeeeeeez no PSA`s (public service announcements) needed. I smoke like a fucking train 1-2 packs a day. I drink like a fish and smoke bud all too often. Does it affect my PE gains…………..FUCK NO! I might get 1mm more every 6 weeks if I lived the “perfect lifestyle” but that`s just me. Pull on the fucking thing like you mean it, be consistent and watch the fucker grow. JMO!

I am going to throw in a quote by Charles Darwin to put things in perspective:

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change”


Starting stats: Feb 08: [7.3 BPEL * 4.9? EG]----Now: [8.00 BPEL * 5.1-5.2 EG]------GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]

Perception is reality.

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