A Turning Point in My PE Journey? Which Way Should I go?
I’ve almost reached my length goal (I currently have just about a BPEL of 8” with vasodialators and viagra etc., but my regular day-to-day average erection is still about a quarter inch short of 8”).
My pinch-pulled flaccid bone-pressed length is 8.25” but I need it to be 8.5”
It seems that my gains may be slowing but I can’t say for certain unless I continue hanging at least until the end of the month.
What I’m wondering is, would it not be better just to keep hanging regardless of the slowed gains?
If I take a three month decon break followed by another two months of hanging (at a gain-rate of one eighth of an inch per month), that’ll be a total of five months, not including cementing, to get to where I want to be (i.e. a pinch-pulled bone-pressed flaccid length of 8.5”).
So If I were to continue hanging, could I not reach the pinch-pulled 8.5” in less than five months?
But then I’d need to cement my gains…
Is it possible to cement gains without gaining extra length? If, after reaching an 8.5” pinch-pulled measurement, I were to hang for another three months so as to maintain that 8.5” pinch-pulled measurement (without producing extra gains), would that 8.5” pinch-pulled measurement then be cemented, or would I have needed to gain extra length so as to maintain my ideal length after the retraction that occurs when stopping? My feeling is that I need to make extra gains to sacrifice to the retraction so as to maintain my ideal length.
To add to the dilemma, I just got a t-vein from my hanger due to having increased the weight I’ve been hanging. It’s painful, but the pain probably won’t stop me hanging, especially since I need to hang at least until the end of the month to get a good idea of whether or not my gains have slowed.
What should I do?
Previously known as Mr. Fantastic
Last edited by Mr. Fantastic : 12-16-2006 at .