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Having trouble getting hard enough for my initial measurements

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Having trouble getting hard enough for my initial measurements

I would estimate that I’m just over 7” maybe 7 1/4” NBPEL and I know that I’m 6 1/16” EG. I have been stretching for less than 2 weeks and I’ve already gone from 8 1/8 BPFSL to 8 1/2” BPFSL, so I know something is happening, however, I’m not able to get fully erect to check my erect length progress or even my BPEL stats. Should I take pills before I’m too far along to get a good idea of a starting point? Btw, I’m only interested in length so any suggestions about which routines would benefit me the most would not be terrible

BPFSL is more reliable to check length gains. The issue is: your erection is a problem only when measuring or when having…uhm…action?

If you gained near 1/2” length in 2 weeks, whatever you are doing is working; anyway the newbie routine or the linear newbie routine are the best places to start.

There is a slight problem during the fun times(I get about 70-80% erect) which is enough to actually complete my task. I occasionally get super hard and actually have a pretty big penis, but never when I’m measuring. Is it crazy to do this routine if I’m not certain about the gains? I may be 7.25” NBPEL but I very well could be just 7”. Not knowing exactly seems to be a problem in that if I measure it at 7.25 3 months from now it’s possible that I’ve grown a quarter of an inch(significant). Or not at all(not significant)

Many people find hard to get a good erection when measuring. Even if you could, anyway, there is always a slight difference from an erection to another - that’s why I think BPFSL is more reliable.

If you don’t get good erection when having intercourses, than you should try to find a solution for that. Jelqs and Kegel’s can improve erections; so can physical exercise - expecially abs work.

Also you could check your general health - blood pressure, glycemic index and so. After that, you could consider taking viagra/cialis - but I advice hearing your doc about.

I’m in good shape-6’4 200lbs flat stomach. My only concern is my very strict no carb diet I’m on. 4 years of less than 10 carbs a day 5 days a week.

I don’t know if that can have a big role. Too low carbs can depress testostorne levels, it has been suggested. How long you do have these erection issues?

The problem has been around for about 4 years. I still have a very good sex life, but I hardly ever get a 100% erection. The funny thing is-I don’t care if I’m more than 80% for my girl. I want to get hard to measure and get this going.

Well it should be the other way around, honestly.

4 years on low carbs, 4 years of low erections. It could be a coincidence or not. Try adding a bit more carbs - not much abruptely, just progressively a bit more in 2-4 weeks spans.

I’ve read the newbie routine and was curious about some things. Do I not get the penis back into shape between each 30 second stretch? Can I sub in more stretching instead of the jelqs if I’m satisfied with my girth? Or is it too much with the stretching? For about two weeks I’ve done 30 second stretches and 30 seconds of basically slapping it against my body repeatedly and then 10 stretches where I rotate the penis-kegals the entire 20 or more minutes I’m doing this

Originally Posted by marinera
Well it should be the other way around, honestly.

4 years on low carbs, 4 years of low erections. It could be a coincidence or not. Try adding a bit more carbs - not much abruptely, just progressively a bit more in 2-4 weeks spans.

4 years?!?! Holy crap! :eek:

4 years of low carbs is nuts. Fitness is only a hobby of mine but from what I read low-carb diets should only be done short term. If you’ve already met your weight goal then you should switch to a regular balanced macro nutrient diet. I highly doubt the 4 years of EQ is coincidence. Using fat for energy is a survival mechanism for the body. If we were meant to run on fat and protein long term than that’s what our body would use first.


B4: 6.875" NBPEL / 7.5" BPEL / 5.75" EG

9/12: ?? NBPEL / 7.75" BPEL / 6" EG

Goal: Coveted 8 x 6

I feel pretty good. I work construction (11 hrs a day) and I always feel strong.

Originally Posted by tremor_10
I feel pretty good. I work construction (11 hrs a day) and I always feel strong.

Personally, I’d ask my doctor or do more checking around on the net. Of what I remember, it’s rough on your kidneys, messes with your pH balance and blood glucose levels. Calories are calories. There was a study done that has shown with the same caloric intake, a keto diet was no more or less successful at weight loss than a proper macro nutrient diet.

I recall a few docs saying that the penis is a barometer for your overall health. If you smoke a lot, do drugs, don’t exercise, poor diet etc. don’t be surprised that your erections are bad.

The fact that you’ve been low carb for 4 years and had low EQ for 4 years is probably not a coincidence.


B4: 6.875" NBPEL / 7.5" BPEL / 5.75" EG

9/12: ?? NBPEL / 7.75" BPEL / 6" EG

Goal: Coveted 8 x 6

Originally Posted by tremor_10
I’ve read the newbie routine and was curious about some things. Do I not get the penis back into shape between each 30 second stretch? Can I sub in more stretching instead of the jelqs if I’m satisfied with my girth? Or is it too much with the stretching? For about two weeks I’ve done 30 second stretches and 30 seconds of basically slapping it against my body repeatedly and then 10 stretches where I rotate the penis-kegals the entire 20 or more minutes I’m doing this


You can add more stretches, but you have to do your jelqs anywyay. :)

Stretches don’t help that much with erections, while jelqs can make stretching more effective for length - they are complimentary exercises. I don’t get your first question, sorry.

Diabetes is the number one cause of erectile dysfunction, followed by hypertension. What is your blood pressure? Maybe you are showing signs of insulin resistance?

Erectile dysfunction and poor erection quality are NOT normal signs of aging. They are indicators of other pathology, such as, diabetes, atherosclerosis, hypertension, etc.

Let’s avoid making diagnonis through the Internet, please.

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