Knowing when to act on negative PIs
I started my new girth routine on March 5th, two days earlier than I said I would after my mini decon. The first day and second day I had an amazingly intense session, but intense in a good way, not intense my dick is gonna drop off kinda way, or so I thought. My routine consists of a warm up in the shower, 10 mins of various stretching but mainly V and A stretches, then 200 jelqs (100 dry, 100 wet) and then some light clamping with a cockring for 5-10 mins. My routine was gonna consist of 5 on 2 off, but on the third day (yesterday) I noticed some negative PIs after my morning PE session, namely some turtling which I tried to keep at bay with a cockring and my dick felt tight and cordy.. This hadn’t happened the two previous days, I’d had a heavy hang throughout the day and my dick was plump and fluffy; on the second day into my routine after my morning PE I’d had amazing EG and measured a good 1/8 of an inch over my previous measurement and it felt incredible. This morning however 4 days in, I barely measured 7 inches BPEL, although my NBPEL was still at 6.5 and it seemed as if I had to push harder to get my measuring tape into my fat pad? Could it be that I’ve over worked my ligs and so they’re slightly swollen (or tighter?) and that’s why I’m measuring less? It’s more likely that I’ve scared my dick and it’s retreated back inside me! Although this is mainly a girth focused routine I’m also trying to gain length in the process just in case anybody is wondering why I’m harking on about my BPEL.
So I’m saying all this to say that I’m going to listen to my negative PIs and switch to a 2 on 2 off routine, as my EG was best on the second day of my routine and that’s when I measured 1/8 over my previous measurement. The routine I’m using isn’t particularly advanced and I’m not a PE newbie, but I think I’m gonna stick to fulcrum and V stretches so I’m stretching the actual penis as opposed to the ligs, plus the ligs get a light stretch during jelqing anyway. Is this the right thing to do? I’d appreciate somebody’s input.