Anatomy of a Penis- A few questions.
Well I’ve read through a lot of threads dealing with the anatomy of a penis, and i’m still confused. If anyone could help answering some of these questions that would be appreciated. I know this is a lot of information presented, so bear with me.
1. I’m a little confused about the corpus spongiosum, the role of the BC, and the corpus cavernosum. When you flex your BC muscle, it pushes blood into the corpus spongiosum, which, then pushes blood into the glans and into the larger chambers, the corpus cavernosum. Concurrently, blood (via stimuli) is pushed through your corpus cavernosum, and also into the glans. The large amount of blood in your penis, is absorbed in your tissues, expanding gradually. This suffocates the penile arteries and hinders the escape of blood, resulting in an erection. Further, when an erection is achieved, and the penile chambers are sufficiently filled with blood, and a “kegel” is performed (or a flex of the BC muscle), it “forces” more blood into the chambers/tissues, and “pushes” the less-oxygenated, old blood, out (while having the new blood, trapped inside).
What is the role of the penile veins on top of your penis, along with the dorsal vein? Is this where the blood initially comes to, and THEN is sent to the corpus cavernosum, then out the penile arteries? Or is it that the blood goes into the penile/dorsal veins, WHILE the corpus cavernosum is being filled; then the blood in the penile/dorsal veins goes into the corpus cavernosum to fill it up further?
2. Turtling- I took an adderall today and notice my unit turtle to about an 1 inch and half (EDIT: probably about 2 inches…nonetheless it is still extreme turtling). While I know amphetamines hurt my EQ, and I don’t completely understand the relationship of amphetamines to my penis, the point i’m looking at is with turtling in general. When you turtle, is the penis retracted into yourself as a whole? Or does the corpus cavernosum/spongiousm deplete itself, all the while it is being retracted? Does it shrink in size, thus affecting the tunica, making it much, much, smaller (no blood in penile tissue to expand it). How counter productive is this to “general PE or penile enlargement (literally)” especially AFTER a penis workout?
3. I’ve been reading more and more about the role of cold/heat, in the ligaments. I’ve read about elastic and plastic deformation. This is where it gets interesting.
Scenario A. Suppose I was to heat my penis to the optimal heat, for stretching. I would finish heating, then I would stretch. I would stretch for a while, and let my penis cool down gradually (while stretching). When my penis is room temperature, I am finished. Would this be the optimal scenario to stretch?
Scenario B. I perform my heating, then I stretch. But I keep heating, and keep stretching. When I am finished stretching (I was heating all the while), I am finished all together. No cool down.
Scenario C. I heat my penis, then stretch. I am finished stretching, and, in a elongated state, cool my penis using a cold object, e.g., cold towel, ice, cold water.
In scenario A, which seems to be what most people here at Thunders do, is this the best scenario to achieve plastic deformation? Is scenario B the scenario most likely to achieve elastic deformation? Although the result of length gain would obviously be dependent on the force exerted, the elastic deformation would then become plastic, but in a much greater time? Elastic, then plastic? In scenario C, the heat would be conducive to elastic/plastic deformation. Then, while temporary elongated, if one were to apply a cold object, would this help “solidify” gains? What is the science behind this? Obviously we know that heat helps the ligs become elastic, but what about cold?
4. When an erection is obtained, the penile arteries become suffocated. If one were to add a cold wrap around the penis, would the cold constrict the penile arteries further? Thus aiding in blood retention in the penis? If so, one could kegel more and more blood into the penis, expanding the amount of blood that the penis could usually hold, to a greater amount. But if the cold doesn’t have this blood retaining effect, would the cold harm the erection quality?
Last edited by invictus : 07-28-2008 at .