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I’m so nervous about starting a PE regiment. I’ve read some of the horror stories on here, and I don’t want to be one of those guys. I have enough problems with lack of size as it is, I don’t need ED on top of it. So my question is if any of you have ever consulted a urologist about this, and what was their opinion.

Big Girtha has written a fair bit about his urologist’s opinion of PE-ing - do a search on his posts.

I have never been to a urologist, but they are doctors and they will tell you that PE doesnt work. If you are doubtful or are afraid that PE will cause you ED then simply, dont do it.


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In my opinion many urologists, if not most of them, will strongly advice you to stay away form PE and claim that you will be injured for life. I really can’t figure out the reason behind this, but I guess it comes from their lack of knowledge regarding PE. If you do some research, after an enlargement surgery , the patient is advised to wear some weights in order to maximize the gains ( one form of PE). I guess that if you start slowly and do your warm ups properly then you don’t have anything to worry about. There are lots of inspirational stories of men enlarging their penises and improving their erection quality. Although there are some stories of severe injury, but there are relatively rare compared to the success.

Originally Posted by dyablo
I guess that if you start slowly and do your warm ups properly then you don’t have anything to worry about. There are lots of inspirational stories of men enlarging their penises and improving their erection quality. Although there are some stories of severe injury, but there are relatively rare compared to the success.


I don’t know if anyone has a good sense from reading all the PE accounts, or has actually done some real analysis of the data, but it seems to me that what I recall from a bit of reading is that most of the problems are associated with heavy PE. It would be very useful to have some information about negative outcomes collected.

It’s also possible, with as many thousands of people as we have here reporting PE results, that there are a few individuals who started PE and then developed ED, when they already had something unknown going on or about to happen that would have caused ED regardless. It is worth keeping in mind in general with statistics and individual accounts, that we are going to see some exceptions and coincidences here.

And the urologist has to be cautious both because of the lack of medical studies on PE that leave him unable to give a properly supported medical opinion, and because of the liability he might face if he recommended PE and then someone had a bad outcome or even did something stupid. Doctors are in a sometimes difficult position because of their professional responsibilities and legal liabilities.

I do think there is good reason to be cautious nevertheless, and to follow good practices and have patience.

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DISCLAIMER: I am not a doctor, and I have absolutely no medical knowledge or training whatsoever.

Considering manual exercises ONLY, and assuming that you are not trying to rip the head off your penis when you stretch or going to any other sort of extreme, I don’t see how “normal” PE could be a problem. Increased blood flow, more frequent erections, and better knowledge of your body and its responses can only be positives.

I have a fairly laid back and lazy approach to PE: I stretch/Jelq/edge when I can. If it doesn’t feel good or I’m just not into it, I don’t force myself and let the inches fall where they may. What I can say is that over the last month, even with my lazy approach, I have had better erections, more confidence, and better SEX than I have had in years.

In the beginning I was concerned as you are, and rightfully so: you only get one penis, and the idea of ruining it somehow is just about the scariest thing I can imagine. That’s why mechanical and chemical PE have no appeal to me. Now that I have been doing this for a little while, I think I might experiment with clamping some day, but only because after a month of becoming more familiar with myself and what is happening down there I think I understand Clamping and I think it could work safely.

The best thing you can do is READ READ READ. Learn from the problems others have posted, and try to avoid the same pitfalls. It seems to me that most people who did damage tried to do too much too early and ignored all the warning signs. Pay attention to your PIs, listen to your body, and above all have fun. (I like to chant “grow baby grow!” in my head when I’m Jelqing :D )

Best of Luck!


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