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You can -lose- your gains

You can -lose- your gains

Apologies if this has been asked before, but let’s say you’ve been doing PE for a while, and you stop when you’re at the point where your goals have been reached.

Does that mean you will gradually lose your gains and that it will shrink back to its original size? Will you need to do PE forever to at least keep your penis size where it’s at after the gains?

I’m a bit confused about this.

Thank you.


Last edited by bobbydeniro : 01-17-2013 at .

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Start: 17 Feb 2012, 8.25bpel x 4.92mseg; bpfsl=??; fl=6.5x4.5

Current: 29 April 2013, 8.875bpel x 5.8mseg; bpfsl=9.25; fl=7x5

Goal: 9NBP x 6.25mseg and the best EQ ever!

Your search will find lots of debate but no solid answers, but I do suggest you still research the debate.

I personally think some of what we call gains are permanent. I think the gains we see are a combination of permanent and temporary gains. Stopping abruptly may lose some of the temporary gain (which was swelling or stretched tissues) yet reduce down to your permanent gain not back to your original starting point. Slowly easing off your routine, or doing a maintenance routine brings your permanent gains (actual new tissue) up to the size your temporary gains had brought you, and the decreased intensity reduces the temporary swelling, etc. leveling off at your new. “cemented” size.

Lot’s of guys panic when they “lose” a 1/8” and scream that they have lost their gains. The truth is that even your erect size will fluctuate as a result of things like diet, exercise and stress. Stress affects me considerably. I am down 1/4” from where I was over the holiday’s but my stress level since that happy time is through the roof due to, well, many things. However, I am confident that I have not really lost anything, my brain just isn’t using my body to it’s maximum as a result of the other things I am letting bother me. It’s not because PE isn’t permanent, its because life is always changing.

That is just my opinion of course. Add it to the list as you research further. :)


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I can only answer from personal experience. I have not practiced PE in over ten years. I list my length as 6” but with a good EQ I actually measure 6.25”. Back when I did PE I went from 5.75 to 6.5”. So the bottom line for me is in over ten years I lost some of my gains but not all of them. My girth gains have not been lost at all.


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Originally Posted by nowhereman
I can only answer from personal experience. I have not practiced PE in over ten years. I list my length as 6” but with a good EQ I actually measure 6.25”. Back when I did PE I went from 5.75 to 6.5”. So the bottom line for me is in over ten years I lost some of my gains but not all of them. My girth gains have not been lost at all.

nowhereman, what methods of pe did you primarily employ?

I started in 2004 and gained 1/4” and when I started back up in December of 2012 I didn’t lose what I had gained. Not the greatest example but I was surprised I didn’t have to start from scratch.


Pre PE: 5/8/04 BPEL 6.25" EG 5"

Goal: BPEL 7.5" EG 5.5"

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