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Questions for Veterens

Questions for Veterens

OK I have 3 questions

As everyone knows, we have different flaccid states. Why does this happen. Cold weather, small flaccid length. Warm weather big flaccid length.. WHY??

With that asked, when is a good time to measure flaccid length? After a workout or after some rest?

Last question, would it be fair to say the bigger the unit, the harder it will be to get a full erection? You have to fill more space with blood. Will I have more of a chance to get ED if I keep gaining?

Thanks for all responses

Tizz,

I’m not a veteran, but here is my $.02.

1) Why? Because when you are cold your body regulates blood flow to your extremities to reduce heat loss.

You are right that hanging flaccid varies to a great degree. So much, in my opinion, that measuring it beyond +/- .5” accuracy is pretty much meaningless. Flaccid stretched is a whole other matter. FS is very repeatable and is a quick easy measurement to take. I check FS regularly.

2) Try measuring FS before and after a workout and see if what the difference is. Mine usually does not vary.

3) The side benefit of PE is that it can reverse the effects of ED.


Move a little closer, Honey.

I've got a big prick for you.

You’re right about the variability of flaccid length, that’s why I only measure it stretched. Like VegasGuy said, at least that is repeatable.

RBM

Thanks you two, that was very helpful. I’ll start measuring flaccid stretch. I kinda wish my regular flaccid looks the same way after a good jelq session. But I figure I have about 3 years left in my PE career.

It is strange. I am from wisconsin but I frequently vacation in florida. I love going there because my flaccid length is easily an inch longer than it is in wisconsin the whole time I’m there. One of the benefits of the sunshine state.

To get a fairly good idea about your flaccid size, measure over a period of several days in different conditions. Then average out the measurements you’ve recorded and that should tell you what you are most of the time.

Do larger flaccid penises take longer to become erect? No. And you don’t have to worry about getting ED just because you have made gains. While making those gains you will also be building a penile vascular system that is capable of supplying sufficient blood to your larger shaft to supply an erection.


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avocet8

Originally Posted by tizz
OK I have 3 questions
Last question, would it be fair to say the bigger the unit, the harder it will be to get a full erection? You have to fill more space with blood. Will I have more of a chance to get ED if I keep gaining?

If it were only the volume that increased then it might take longer to fill, but the plumbing seems to adapt also (esp with jelqs), so it wouldn’t be my first concern. A greater girth would be a more rigid unit also.

*Nods* understood.. What about for people that have big units but don’t PE.. Will they be more likely to get ED than a small person?

I don’t know many people who don’t PE and also have a large tool, so I couldn’t answer that with any conviction. I think the idea of “it takes x pints of blood to fill it so you’d get faint” is mostly urban myth though. Blood pressure can be adjusted quite dramatically in the body with vasodilation/constriction to compensate any changes.

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