Scared: Decrease of erection angle because of gaining - erectile Dysfunction ?
I stumbled upon this forum and was amazed by the real possibilty of improving something about a thing that 99,999% of guys never thought would be possible, and even free or relatively cheap.
But being a rational and skeptical guy, I read every scientific study I found on the net and now I’m a bit concerned about the possible side effects.
After searching for a lot of pics and posts of long term users, I realized that not a single one I saw had a really high erection angle. Mine was always extremely high and somehow I would assess a decrease to 45 degrees as a bad change.
Now, there is always the argument that training your pelvic muscle will counteract this side effect.
In another forum they stated this:
“There is also a slight correlation between LOT and erect angle (0.22). The lower the angle of LOT the more lig stretch and gains. The looser ligs result is a slightly lower erection angle. This shows up in the amount of time spent PEing and erection angle with a (-0.356) correlation. “- Another thing written by Bib- if you take a look on penis anatomy- you will see that it makes perfect sense that the more you stretch your ligaments- the lower your erection angle will be.
What can you tell me about this ? Is it possible to get a very low erection angle and finally erectile dysfunction just from relatively “safe” exercises like jelqing (excluding this extremely unlikely case of venous leakage) ?
The user TomCat89 here suggested a minimum age at about 25 to give the practictioner´s bodies the possibility to fully develop their tissues before beginning to modify them as prophylaxis to permanent damage.
However, there was no real evidence or logic showing that a 21 year old guy has a higher chance of injuring himself.