Bloodflow and Gains
I have a doctor friend with whom I occasionally discuss PE related matters. Today we were discussing theories of penis growth.
He told me that increased blood supply is commonly associated with tissue growth in many body parts. He told me a story about someone he knew with a blood tumor near her ear. The tumor caused excessive blood flow to the ear. It was several years before doctors could remove the tumor. During that time, the size of the ear close to the tumor grew tremendously. At the time of her operation, it was nearly twice the size of the other, unaffected ear.
This got me thinking. Perhaps PE increases penis size simply because it increases blood flow to the penis. This is an old idea, I know, but hearing my doctor friend’s story really breathed new life into it.
I’m thinking especially about jelquing, which, by the way, is the only form of PE ever to give me gains.
A flaccid penis, such as one assumes during hanging, has diminished blood flow, since fresh blood cannot easily get in. Similarly, an erect penis, such as one assumes during clamping, has diminished blood flow, since blood cannot easily get out.
Jelqing is different, however, because it specifically stimulates blood flow. The penis is partially erect. Therefore, blood flows in. However, it’s not totally erect. Therefore, blood flows out. The milking action on the semi-erect penis may cause new blood to enter (and exit), thereby nourishing the penis with oxygen and nutrients. In addition, the milking action moves blood through the blood vessels of the penis, thereby perhaps stimulating the formation of new blood vessels. With new blood vessels comes more blood and therefore tissue growth.
Perhaps jelqing is not really about expanding the tunica or stretching the ligaments after all. Maybe it’s simply about nourishing the penis?
If growth is really all about penile nourishment rather than mechanical stress, that would suggest a routine that focuses on circulation. Plenty of jelqing, plenty of heat, and as much time as possible spent with a semi to keep the blood flowing.
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