Erect curve correction and ADS
It appears to me that there is a large lack of information about erect curve correction. After searching around the internet and Thunder’s about routines or techniques to reduce curvature and have found relatively little information. Claims have been made by members that their curve went away due to PE. However none that I have seen have stated anything about any special efforts they may have made to correct the curve. Surely it can’t simply be jelqing and stretching. Some state it took merely a year or so to correct, such a small amount of would seem to require effort to correct a curve completely. What I’m trying to do is deduce the commonality between all these men’s efforts to enhance their penis. If the result seems related enough to the correction of an erect curve, then this technique or set of exercises might be the key to fixing the curve.
I have read somewhere recently, though I cannot find the exact post right now, that giving extra stress to the shorter side can cause that side of the penis to contract and heal in a curved state. Thereby either offering no correction or possibly even worsening the curve. This statement makes logical sense to me if too much force on the penis overall can cause turtling, why couldn’t such a thing as one sided turtling occur if the excess of force was used on only one side. My theory is that if an ADS is applied in addition to a regular PE workout, could this force the healing process to occur in the straight position. This ADS is being used more for the fact that it keeps the penis straight all day than providing a mild stretch all day. Perhaps All Day Straightener would be a better term for the kind of ADS I’m talking about.
It would be greatly appreciated if members who have corrected their curve could enlighten us with their techniques or perhaps lack of techniques that led to the correction of the curvature. Have any of you used an ADS device or setup of some sort in addition to the regular workout performed? Any information is welcome.
Best of luck to all fellow PE-ers in their journey.