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Will my scar stretch

Will my scar stretch

Hi guys, I’m new on here and need your advice, I won’t go into detail about what I did, but as a result of an accident I have very hard scar tissue along the shaft of my penis, like Peyronie’s disease, due to this scaring, my gland is bent 90 degrees sideways and I have lost over an inch in erect length, so I’m wondering if a strong penis pump will eventually help me regain my length back to where is used to be and straighten up the “kink” caused by the scar tissue pulling the glans over?

The ‘easiest to stretch’ tissue will always stretch before the harder to stretch tissue, so it’s possible that pumping could actually make it worse, as the scar tissue will be the toughest to stretch.

You would probably be better just massaging the scar tissue (‘pick it up’ and roll it between your fingers if it’s the sort that you can do that with) to try to break it down a little and reduce the cross-linkages within it, then gently stretch directly along the scar tissue, avoiding stretching the tissue you don’t want to lengthen.

You will probably find that heat applied to the scar tissue before stretching it will help to increase the elasticity of the collagen within in too. There is lots of detail on proper warm-ups on this site.

Heat makes the difference between gaining quickly or slowly for some guys, or between gaining slowly instead of not at all for others. And the ideal penis size is 7.6" BPEL x 5.6" Mid Girth.

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I’d recommend consulting a doctor first if you think it is that bad.

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