Something a friend of mine told me about PE
Hello fellow TP members,
This is my very first post after a long time of PE researching. I have been reading articles, looking for PE methods and talking to some people. One of these persons I have talked to was a close friend of mine, we’ve been friends for about 5 years at least, and then I found he was doing PE as well, and then stopped, because of something he heard that happened to another friend of his.
What he told me was not to do PE exercises anymore, as their principle is to break the wall cells of our penises tissue (that would be the corpora cavernosa walls, I guess) making our body regenerate them, larger. But what he told me is that the new regenerated wall-cells would be weaker than the original ones, and getting weaker and weaker as we progress with exercises, leading to complete erectile disfunction closely to our 40 - 50 years old.
I told him he was nuts, as I saw many reports from people here at thunder’s place almost 60 years old starting PE for the first time and having very good results in both penis enlargement in girth, length and hardness.
After this, I asked another friend of mine who is a doctor. He told me that every time we get hurt, the blood coagulates in the injury, creating a scar and then, creating a new tissue for the damaged area. He told me that this possibility could be real, as the new generated scar tissue would be thicker than the last one, as a signal of the body responding that the area could be damaged again, thus creating a more resistant skin, and the same could be applied to the penis: the wall cells of the corpora cavernosa would come to be harder to expand and create an erection, leading to erectile disfunction.
After that I got really disappointed that this could really be true and impeding me from having the penis of my dreams.. So I would like to confirm to the veterans of that information is really true or just falsehoods concerning PE.