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Upwards curve.

Upwards curve.

Ok, so I have been doing PE for almost two weeks, and I´m gonna keep doing it:)
But I have a upwards curve, which I really don´t wanna loose. I like it that way, and I´ve heard a lot of girls like that.

Will PE make my penis less curved, and will the erection angle get lower ? I can see why that would happen, because when you stretch the ligaments, won’t that make it harder to actually keep your erection, because the ligaments aren´t so much on the inside, as they used to be ?

I really hope this won’t happen. Any ways to prevent it ?

Most of the men here who have tried to fix a curve have been unsuccessful, so I don’t think you’re in any danger of losing yours.

Ligaments a very tough. Most manual PE exercises, IMO, are not strong enough to actually loosen them. Perhaps hanging with heavy weights might cause serious ligament stretching, but the stuff you do with your hands isn’t likely to do that. (Others will probably disagree.)

Originally Posted by westla90069
Most of the men here who have tried to fix a curve have been unsuccessful, so I don’t think you’re in any danger of losing yours.

Ligaments a very tough. Most manual PE exercises, IMO, are not strong enough to actually loosen them. Perhaps hanging with heavy weights might cause serious ligament stretching, but the stuff you do with your hands isn’t likely to do that. (Others will probably disagree.)

Sorry westla, but I do disagree in a way. I have a slight upward curve, but it was more curved before I started PEing. Now then, I did my exercises with the help of my wife and we did C pulls. For those who don’t know what that is, and I strongly suggest not to do these, C pulls is pulling the penis while clamped. I would keep the clamp forced to my pelvic bone with both hands while my wife would slightly increase the pulling with her both hands. We were very careful about this and constantly communicating. I don’t’ know westla, could that be like hanging?

More like erect bends I’d say.

If you look at the total number of guys who have said they wanted to reduce a penile curve (on this site) and the number that have reported success, I’d say that most of them failed. I’m going on five years of reading posts and not on any posted statistics.

Originally Posted by westla90069
More like erect bends I’d say.

If you look at the total number of guys who have said they wanted to reduce a penile curve (on this site) and the number that have reported success, I’d say that most of them failed. I’m going on five years of reading posts and not on any posted statistics.

Okay, I see where you are coming from.

I lost my upward curve years ago when I went from wearing briefs to boxers, then again, that’s when I gained 2 inches with no PE whatsoever, and I was 20 years old.

So your saying your dick grew 2 inches when you were 20 years old? Natural growth before you started PE?

Originally Posted by westla90069
More like erect bends I’d say.

If you look at the total number of guys who have said they wanted to reduce a penile curve (on this site) and the number that have reported success, I’d say that most of them failed. I’m going on five years of reading posts and not on any posted statistics.

It depends on how you define success. If we are talking congenital curved, this is an area I know little about, but some have reported less of a curve (or more in some cases). In the case of peyronies curves, more and more studies are suggesting that traction provides some reduction in curvature in a significant number of cases. I would agree though that there is no solution as such to fixing a curve completely.

Yeah Bob, I don’t know what the deal is, all I can attribute it to is wearing boxers and smoking lots of dope at that age heh. I was average my whole life, then I get my first lapdance on my 21st birthday, and didn’t know anything was ‘special’ down there until the stripper flipped out and called all the other strippers over to my corner to check me out.

I have checked many curve threads but didn’t find the answer to the next question:

How many degrees can a curve have in order to ensure proper stimulation of the g-spot and not pain?

My upper curve is 30 degrees and I was wondering if this is a positive or negative issue (I don’t have Peyronie - been examined, no plaque and no fibrosis)

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