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Knowing whether you are limited by Dorsal Thickening/Septum

Quick question. Is this the cord we are talking about possibly the Spongy urethra or could this be a vein? I’m asking because I have seen length gains by jelqing it with a straight out stretch too. I don’t want to bust a vein and have an aneurysm.

could it be the urethra it self? i’ve looked at many diagrams I can’t find it on any diagram.

I was about to write an answer about why it couldn’t be. But I’m not 100% sure to be honest. The urethra is surrounded by the CS, on the underside of the penis. During erection the CS itself becomes engorged and (for most people) can clearly be seen on the underside of the penis. So I don’t know…

This has been a very fruitless thread in the end. I see no progress reports and most of the posts toward the end treat this as if it is a figment of the imagination. Disappointing.

I have this cord and if I stretch my penis to the max, I can move my cc around as it is not fully stretched. I have seen very little gains with my dedication of doing manual stretches.

Anyone able to give an update to this mythical condition?

Originally Posted by biglefty
This has been a very fruitless thread in the end. I see no progress reports and most of the posts toward the end treat this as if it is a figment of the imagination. Disappointing.

I have this cord and if I stretch my penis to the max, I can move my cc around as it is not fully stretched. I have seen very little gains with my dedication of doing manual stretches.

Anyone able to give an update to this mythical condition?

Well if you believe my poll has any accuracy whatsoever, POLL: Your Limiting Factor, not only is it not a ‘mythical condition’, but it’s actually more common than not at least in the PE community.

Having been with this thread since near the beginning, I’ve read basically all of it and though I’d have to agree that the precise nature of this ‘cord’ remains unclear, what has been made clear is that length gains are still achievable, but that manual stretching is probably not going to be sufficient. Fulcrum stretching/hanging with heat, preferable IR heat, has been reported to work by multiple members, including myself.

The trick is to heat the tissue (to as high a temperature as possible) while it is in the elongated state, then remove the heat source and allow the tissue to cool completely, while still in the elongated state. This is probably the 3rd time I’ve restated this in this very thread. I hope you find it useful.

Does anybody know good stretches or exercises for length if you have dorsal thickening? I find that doing manual stretching each direction is doing all most nothing for me but v stretches work very well. should i just give up manual stretching?


mudbud's quest for 6" girth. Current = 4.8"

Gains. Starting length- 6" Now- 7.2" Goal- 8"

my penis seems to turtle easily with the down up side to side stretching.. any input?


mudbud's quest for 6" girth. Current = 4.8"

Gains. Starting length- 6" Now- 7.2" Goal- 8"

Mudbud, if you’ll care to glance slightly upwards, above your first post on this page, I’ve just described the best way I’ve found to target it. Namely, heated fulcrum stretching/hanging.

Originally Posted by Tweaking
Well if you believe my poll has any accuracy whatsoever, POLL: Your Limiting Factor, not only is it not a ‘mythical condition’, but it’s actually more common than not at least in the PE community.

Having been with this thread since near the beginning, I’ve read basically all of it and though I’d have to agree that the precise nature of this ‘cord’ remains unclear, what has been made clear is that length gains are still achievable, but that manual stretching is probably not going to be sufficient. Fulcrum stretching/hanging with heat, preferable IR heat, has been reported to work by multiple members, including myself.

The trick is to heat the tissue (to as high a temperature as possible) while it is in the elongated state, then remove the heat source and allow the tissue to cool completely, while still in the elongated state. This is probably the 3rd time I’ve restated this in this very thread. I hope you find it useful.

Tweaking,

Many of us did not notice the “chord” or ( dorsal thickening ) being so prominent until length gains stalled to a stop.

My question to you is when you were attempting to restart gains going after heated fulcrums, did you have any results worth mentioning?

Tweaking will cooling with cold water be one way of doing what you’re suggesting? What are the advantages of that; does the tunica stretch become more effective/permanent when that’s done?

djrobins, I always had the chord since before I ever began PE. The only length gains I ever saw came from a 2 to 3 week period in which I consistently did IR heated fulcrum hanging everyday (just about), that is, up until my TDP near light IR lamp broke. Since then I got a Phillips lamp but hadn’t been consistent with it, 2 weeks ago I started getting consistent and, you know what, then I dropped it and it broke too. So now I’ve ordered a telescopic/bendy desk-clamp arm which can support 100W globes and bought an IR globe from the petshop, once it comes I’ll be able to use IR heat more efficaciously than previously possible.

In summary, I haven’t had any new results but that’s to be expected since one thing or another has prevented me from a good routine. My desk clamp should arrive soon and I expect to start seeing gains from possibly 2 weeks onwards from using it.

Bruna, to be honest I’m not sure one way or another. Water will definitely increase the speed of the cooling of the tissue, and that my be a good thing. What I’ve always based this heating/cooling technique on were the results of a paper I read, which I think is posted on Thunders somewhere (can’t remember where though!), which basically stated that it is the period when collagen tissue cools still in the elongated state where the fibres actually re-arrange themselves (plastic deformation).

The paper also said that ideally, tissue that is elongated for a long period of time under smaller force (tension) is superior to using greater force for short periods of time. It did not, however talk about whether the speed of cooling had an impact, and I don’t know anything of bio-physics to be able to say one way or another. You could try it though, it’ll certainly speed up the process. I’d recommend using an icepack wrapped in a tea-towel, that’d be easier I think.

Thanks Tweaking. I have been doing it for about three days now. I’m surprised how effective it is for flaccid length so far.

Tweaking — I’ve been applying heat during extender sessions for 20 min increments, followed by cooling off (also have a wedge to apply a side-ways v-stretch to target my sideways curve/cord on left side) and I’ve started seeing gains. Haven’t measured yet, but I’m pretty confident they’re there.

I wonder if constant heat would be also as good for girth. Say, you do your common girth routine under IR lamp, then you put a cock ring on, clamp manually or with clamp device and put your cock under cold water for 3 - 5 minutes, then release the clamp. By common sense, it should boost girth gains as it boosts length.

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