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Could someone help me understand this.

Could someone help me understand this.

I’ve been trying to visualize having my ligs snipped and what effects it would have as growth is concerned. Since my septum is the first to stop my gains, would having the lengthening surgery ( ONLY ) be a waste of time. Also, could someone tell me exactly where does the septum connect too. From the top of the shaft to…

the front of the pubic bone, does it go underneath?

Isn’t the septum just a thicker part of the tunica, located where the two corpora cavernosa meet? Then I guess that the septum starts and ends at the same places as the corpora cavernosa.

Originally Posted by Inch X Inch
would having the lengthening surgery ( ONLY ) be a waste of time.

Yes. Traditional penis enlargement surgery also includes a post-operative “conditioning” period where you use PE-like stretches or weight hanging in order to “consolidate” the gained length. Also bear in mind that penis enlargement surgery that focuses on the ligaments only guarantee flaccid length gains (if you do the work as described), not erect length. Some doctors say there may be gains in erect length, but none guarantee it.


2010-01-09: BPEL: 19,7cm [7.75"] EG: 15,0 cm [5.9"]

2010-04-24: BPEL: 20,4cm [8.0"] EG: [???]

Originally Posted by Inch X Inch
Also, could someone tell me exactly where does the septum connect too. From the top of the shaft to… the front of the pubic bone, does it go underneath?

Sorry about the delay Inch. This morning I tried to find a good 3D image of the penis/pelvis, but wasn’t successful. As Likeness said, the septum is the part where the two corpora cavernosum touch. Each CC itself its attached to the pelvic bone, but when they join, and the septum between them forms, there is no connection to anything. The two CC end behind the glans and that’s where the septum ends as well.

The suspensory ligament is attached to the top of the shaft under the pubic fat pad and connects to the front and underside of the pubic symphysis (the point where the two halves of the pelvis join). This is the ligament that’s usually cut during the surgery. As ebon00 said, most surgeons want you to have a period of hanging or stretching to help keep the cut ligament from retracting and to aid in your length gain from the surgery. The amount gained depends on several things. How much pubic fat you have. How long or short your ligament is to begin with. Where along the ligament the cut is made. If it’s a full thickness cut or partial. Etc.

If you’re serious about it, you should talk to a urologist or plastic surgeon who performs the operation. Asking questions shouldn’t cost anything.

Originally Posted by westla90069

If you’re serious about it, you should talk to a urologist or plastic surgeon who performs the operation. Asking questions shouldn’t cost anything.

Good advice west. I think I would also try to talk to some people that have had this surgery done to find out what the lasting results were. Also, what does this do to the erection? I have heard it becomes lose and can point in just about any direction as apposed to the upward angle. I don’t know this for sure, just something I read somewhere.


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Thank you for the reply Westla. I’m just trying to develop a better understanding of penis anatomy. At first I thought that flaccid hang was related solely to the ligaments, in terms of length and tightness. I don’t know why I thought that but I did. So, if the septum has no attachment to anything on the side opposite the glans, what is it I feel when I stretch it out? It feels like it is definitely attached to something. I’m not so much concerned with gaining erect length, but I would like to gain some flaccid hang. Off the topic, can anyone here with a full blown erection, bend there penis in multiple directions? With a full blown erection, at the base, I can bend my entire penis straight down to 6 o’clock with no pain or discomfort. Is that normal?

See how much free time I have today? I made this little illustration for you.

At first I thought that flaccid hang was related solely to the ligaments, in terms of length and tightness.

Flaccid hang probably is more dependent on the weight of the tissue, the tightness of the scrotum (a tight one pushes the penis up), and perhaps the angle at which the crura (legs) of the penis are attached to the bone than ligaments. Although the tightness of the suspensory lig probably does contribute something to the way you hang when soft.

So, if the septum has no attachment to anything on the side opposite the glans, what is it I feel when I stretch it out? It feels like it is definitely attached to something.

Because the septum is a part of each corpus cavernosum (corpora cavernosa is plural) and they are attached to the pelvic bone on each side, you’re feeling the pull of the whole CC against that attachment (see drawing).

I'm not so much concerned with gaining erect length, but I would like to gain some flaccid hang.

Are you pumping or wearing a cock ring or Thera-P wrap after your PE workout? That seems to help some keep their dick fat, which would give it additional weight and help it hang lower. Lengthening the suspensory lig with downward stretches might help.

Off the topic, can anyone here with a full blown erection, bend there penis in multiple directions? With a full blown erection, at the base, I can bend my entire penis straight down to 6 o'clock with no pain or discomfort. Is that normal?

Not me. I’ve seen some porn where guys can do that. It’s probably normal for some men.

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Thank you very much Westla. Great diagram also. I’m not going to commence any pe just yet. I’m trying to get some weight off, and get my strength and circulation going again. I’ve been very lazy last two years. Until then I want to have the proper plan of attack. I’ve stopped and started pe too many times. The next time I start it, I want to be in the right mindset, plus as completely knowledgable as possible. Again, thank you.

So, surgery doesn’t guarantee any gains? Whats next, breast implant surgery not guaranteeing bigger breasts?

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