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Are PE gains permanent

I really would like to address this question? I know its been addressed before, but I ask you ,did your dick shrink from the age 18 to however old you were before you started PE. Mine did 3/4 of an inch in length ,so if natural growth can shrink was not permanent, why in my opinion would some one be so startled if they lost some of if not all of their PE gains . Not trying to offend ,my apologies. And yes PE works.And its permanent as far as permanence is concerned My dick expands and shrinks by its very nature, soft to hard, hard to soft, My point is this, your penis was designed to grow , be pulled on , sucked on , yanked on , grabbed , touched, squeezed, and if you don’t , don’t be surprised if it shrinks. So pull, pull,pull. for as long as you live.

Penis can shrink for illness, I am not sure it goes smaller with age in healthy males. As far as I can remember reading on studies, there isn’t any statistical difference between older and younger (again, in healthy malese).

PE gains are permanent? I think they are long lasting, but permanent, not. Nothing in the human body is ‘permanent’ as far as I know. You stay on the bed for one month, you lose a good part of your muscles. Use or lose it, as simple as that IMHO.

Originally Posted by marinera
Penis can shrink for illness, I am not sure it goes smaller with age in healthy males. As far as I can remember reading on studies, there isn’t any statistical difference between older and younger (again, in healthy malese).

PE gains are permanent? I think they are long lasting, but permanent, not. Nothing in the human body is ‘permanent’ as far as I know. You stay on the bed for one month, you lose a good part of your muscles. Use or lose it, as simple as that IMHO.

Well said marinera. So do you think” some kind “sexual or PE activity is required?

Originally Posted by marinera

Penis can shrink for illness, I am not sure it goes smaller with age in healthy males. As far as I can remember reading on studies, there isn’t any statistical difference between older and younger (again, in healthy malese).

By age 61 I had lost 3/4”. I seemed to be healthy, but it bothered me, and it is what got me started on PE. In just a few months of PE I got back my 3/4”, and now I am past what I was in my 20’s and 30’s. Based on what happened, I think if I quit PE I would loose the gains I made.

When I first started PE, I think pumping made a big difference getting the blood back, and harder erections. Later I think extending and jelging helped add to my initial gains. Now I just use the extender, but plan on pumping this summer.

I started a thread for guys over 60, and there were other posts which indicated size loss with aging.

I dont know about you but I have lifted in the past, and I dont think I can have hard atrophy in the muscles as long as I’m active.

PE gains need to remain if you’re having frequent boners which is why we edge.

Op maybe you didn’t measure right, or you had a little ed that day. Because I don’t think you’re sick are you? Are you fat,or on SSRI’s that can affect your erections about 3/4.

That would be an interesting topic for a poll. It should be based on BPEL or BPFSL of course.

I think it is normal. As we age we have less testosterone, and our sex drive diminishes. Fewer hard-ons, and less sex. The 3/4” loss occurred over a number of years. And my losing and gaining back the 3/4” was similar to other older PE’ers. I put out a thread on it awhile back for PE’ers over 60.

Fact is nature never intended us to live past 50, let alone father children in our 60’s. I’ve had a good sex life, and I still can perform, but not at the level I could in my 40’s or even in my 50’s. It’s ok, it doesn’t really bother me like I thought it would. I have a lot of other things to interest me, and in some ways it is pleasant to not be so occupied with sex all the time.

So much of what people do is based on chemistry. As I have gotten older, and my chemistry has changed, I see things a lot different. My advice; enjoy your life now, but plan for the future, and develop interests for your later life.

Im 47 , my youth was as a carpenter , and I still build . Since starting PE have recovered all my loses , plus, I was probably in my late 30’s when I started noticing a difference , I suffer from low-t been getting shots for almost ten years , was 43-44 when starting PE , but my testosterone levels have been supplemented prior to PE , so for me, i think time and lack of use where the biggest culprits, and lower testosterone played a part also.

What’s the cause of yours low T?

Originally Posted by plaidshirt

Im 47 , my youth was as a carpenter , and I still build . Since starting PE have recovered all my loses , plus, I was probably in my late 30’s when I started noticing a difference , I suffer from low-t been getting shots for almost ten years , was 43-44 when starting PE , but my testosterone levels have been supplemented prior to PE , so for me, i think time and lack of use where the biggest culprits, and lower testosterone played a part also.

It is weird to realize how much of who we are is just our chemical make up. I am trying to keep up my T levels naturally at this point. I find diet and exercise will increase my EQ. I am a little reluctant at my age to increase my T with shots, because unlike in your case, I am at a point in my life were it is normal to have lower T levels, and trying to go against nature may cause other problems. Worst case scenario would be getting a 35 year old woman pregnant.

I don’t know if it’s really a problem or not. Once you have made this gains and “cemented”, you only need to do a few jelqs, squeezes and stretches during the week and you’ll keep most of them. Should you lose a few over time, one month or so of a good routine should bring you close again.

PE is fun, and maintenance routine don’t take long.

Keeping a great EQ and edging should a help a lot.

As far as age is concerned, poorer EQ and lack of use are definite culprits to the loss of size, I don’t know if they are the only ones, nor if they are avoidable.

Originally Posted by marinera

What’s the cause of yours low T?

I really don’t know , but the only thing i can tell you is 6 months after i got a vasectomy I felt like I was going downhill fast my wife thought it was strange that i didn’t beg for pussy anymore 1 year later after vasectomy she wanted her old husband back she set up doctors appointment , results came back that I had the t-levels of an 80 yr old man.In fairness to my wife she never refuses anymore,it might be her last piece she doesn’t take sex for granted anymore, she is a great wife. I know the studies show their is no link, but in the small town i live in , everybody I have talked to that has had a vasectomy is on testosterone therapy and I can name at least 6 men personally that I know by name and their are others I’ve talked to in passing, had I known this before hand I would not gotten a vasectomy. This is the only thing that I can think of . No accidents or injuries ,no falls . And I,m sure thier are others that this has no effect on.

Natural size shrunk

Anybody else lose any of their natural size from age 18 till , prior to PE ?

Losses due to age and crappy lifestyle are pretty common.


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Loss in size can occur due to inactivity. As we get older we have lower frequencies of night time erections and lower sex drives which means it gets less use. An extreme example are eunuchs. They experience substantial shrinkage due to lack of use and lack of erections. The same would be true as you get older if you aren’t having regular sexual activity. It’s not like it will shrivel up and fall off, but you will get diminished total possibly size. Also the strength of erections diminishes with age, so while your penis may technically be able to get up to the same size you will more frequently find you don’t get to true 100% anymore. Again that’s generally the case. You probably don’t need to start worrying about that until after middle-age and some guys it’s even later than that.

With regards to PE, I can say that gains aren’t permanent. My statistics prove that. Now, they aren’t as temporary as some places may tell you they are. Yes the initial “overpump” you get during PE is only really there for a few hours. However there is longer term deformation that is occurring as well. Overtime that builds up to a sustained larger size. You can see in my statistics history the periods of time where I was very religious with routine and growing, and then not and sustaining. It took two years of doing pretty much nothing, with a month here or there trying to get back to it, for me to lose most of my gains. They hopefully come back quickly though. I think if I had even just done a low maintenance cycle I would have maintained them. But I can’t say that for sure.


Start (Oct 2010) NBPEL: 5, BPEL: 5.875 inches, BASE GIRTH: 5.25 inches, MID GIRTH: 5

(November 2013) NBPEL: 5.875, BPEL: 6.625 inches, BASE GIRTH: 5.625 inches, MID GIRTH: 5

Goal NBPEL(7-7.5)xMEG(5.5-6) (journal)

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