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Problems

When I PE, my corpus spongiosum (CS) expands greatly, while my corpus cavernosa (CC) doesn’t expand that much. Normally I wouldn’t have a problem with this, however, I noticed during erections on non-PE days that my CS doesn’t expand like it does on PE days. Anyone else have this problem? Almost all of my girth gains have came from the CS part of my dick, and it’s disappointing because when I get a boner my CS doesn’t really expand and I lose most of the girth from my CS (~0.3”). Girth routine includes:

70 - 100% erect wet jelques
Sadsak Slinkys
Horse 440

I constantly switch up repetitions, duration, frequency

Hope I adequately explained this.

Thanks,

Dark


Improving your life, one pelvic thrust at a time!

On a normal PE day I am 5.0 - 5.25” EG depending on how much my CS expands (it really varies and I don’t like this). I should also mention that during my PE routine I make sure I hit 5.5” EG representing the plastic deformation and chance to heal, however, it seems that even though I hit 5.5” EG during workouts, I am not gaining on my usual 5.0 - 5.25” EG for a regular boner. Will my EG eventually catch up to 5.5”? Feel free to tangent from this also. Any information is appreciated!

Thanks,

Dark


Improving your life, one pelvic thrust at a time!

Try changing your grip. If you can try putting pressure on the sides of your penis instead of top and bottom (assuming this is what you’re doing).

This happens to my CS occasionally so I just change my grip.


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