Help a N00b
Long time lurker, long time poster.
I’m wanting to start PE and I want to minimize risk over gains (I’d prefer to live with my small penis than to end up with a damaged one).
Firstly, my stats: NBPEL 5”, EG 4.75”, slight baseball bat (smaller girth at the base), straight but with a slight upward curve.
Secondly, questions about shape:
- I notice that quite a few PEers have curved penises. Was the curvature present before enlargement or develop over the course of enlargement? It seems that a left or right curvature could be caused by damage to one of the Corpus cavernosum (in fact, I believe that this can cause peyronies: the curve comes about because of in-expansible scar tissue formed during the healing process). Could this be caused by dangerous practices, over-enthusiastic jelqing, perhaps? My penis is currently straight (other than an upwards curve that I’ve always had). I don’t want to end up with a misshapen one that ends up curving left to right or ends up looking like a pig’s tail.
- I’d want to minimize any further baseball bat (or get rid of it). It’s not too prominent at the moment, but could get worse if one part of my penis expands at a different rate to the rest. Could jelqing make this worse (as I can’t fully grab the base, jelqing exercises mostly the end of the shaft and the head —> bigger baseball bat).
Consequently, I’m wondering about using a manual stretcher for length (jes extender or similar) and a pump for girth (bathmate, say). I like this idea because provided I don’t use them for too long, they’ll both apply force to my penis is a constant and predicable way: I can’t use either over enthusiastically provided I’m disciplined at the start.
Does anyone use a pump? Are they safe? I’ve heard horror stories about ED and permanently ruined penises. I expect this is a result of pumping too often and with too much pressure. The bathmate advertises itself on the grounds that it develops a more powerful vacuum than most air pumps (it says 0.4 bar on the box) and while it claims to be safe by design, what if I get a faulty model that develops too much pressure? As there’s no pressure gauge, I’d never know. Sounds a bit risky.
Any comments appreciated!