Throbbing, bobbing: Has it stopped?
Bobbing every Heartbeat: When teenage and a little later ,till possibly 22 or 23, I distinctly remember that with every heartbeat, while erect with average heart-rate, my dick would bob up and down perhaps 1/8th to 3/16th of an inch—less so at 22 than at 15. And now, not at all…as if, on a blood circulation, supply/demand graph, there is a “no-bob” line that has been crossed.
One question: Is this a health marker for some changing event we should be interested in and, in analysis, will it pertain to pre-PE and post PE hydraulics. I think maybe so. But, most certainly with aging and the natural degradation of the arteries with plaques, it is something to consider. And if keeping a healthy dick demands that you improve your cardio vascular profile so that the vascular system leading up to the penis is as healthy as that of your newly improved penis, what could be wrong with that? More gym work? Study nutrition and implement? If older, start a course of kelation? (As an aside, most Americans were saddened when the Army reported that almost half of applicants, after testing, had such wretched C/V systems that they needed to be sent to Pre-boot camp for physical/blood profile work before they could qualify for regular boot camp. They may have crossed the “no-bob” line at age 10. Sad.)
Another question: Can you really expect that the external, (outside your dick) C/V system suddenly supply blood to a penis that ,through PE, has had a volume increase of 40 per cent? And have you ever thought about the fact that after that 40 per cent, many say they cannot any longer attain more than a 70 to 80 per cent erection?
Third question: Is the veinous leakage question really just a a failure of adaption? That is, was the C/V network, though marginal, adequate to handle the erections of a small, pre PE dick but non-functional in a larger one?
Anyone like to join in on this one? Thanks in advance.