Corpus Spongiosum: Has Yours Grown from PE?
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Over my time PE’ing, I have gradually developed the belief that different parts of the penis may react differently to girth exercises. More specifically, I developed the suspicion that major girth gainers were gaining primarily on their corpus spongiosum (CS).
I believe gains in the CS are more likely to be noted both during sex and during the measurement of girth. With sex, when females contract their BC muscles (kegel), their vaginas contract vertically (on the penis depth, not width), such that a deeper penis may fit better. When measuring, the CS protrudes from the underside of the penis such that mass on it causes a greater gain in circumference than mass on the CC (as the penis is not circular and the CS protrudes from it).
The CS is also the part of the penis most affected by kegeling and the last to become fully erect during arousal (for some men, it only becomes so near the PONR). As such, it makes sense that cable clamps would be particularly good for girth work (as they leave the CS less constricts so blood can be kegeled to cause expansion) and that only fully erect pumping would be useful for girth work (as only during that time is the CS well expanded). In fact, the pumping routine that I have found most successful for myself (as many other members have, including sta-kool) is one involving being fully erect (through milking the cylinder) and kegeling throughout the short session. These are only some of the reasons that I believe a closer examination of gains in the CS could be useful.
1) If you have made girth gains, have you noticed considerable gains in the CS?
2) What girth exercises have you used and gained most from?
2) Do you make a point of kegeling while working on girth? Do you think this may have been associated with gains?
3) Is most of your girth work done while fully erect?
4) Have you noted gains in your glans also?
5) Has your CS grown uniformly? That is to say, is the base area of your CS thicker than the rest?
Thank you for your help.