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Maybe fear of malpractice or, that if they tell you sure go ahead and do PE…or advise you on how to do so…if you injure yourself they will be blamed and sued. Doctors spend many years getting just their educations….they have a lot to lose if they misinform you and, you injure yourself as a direct result of their advise.

Whether or not the concept of NPE is valid shouldn’t even be an issue for us. Tissue traction has long been understood by the medical community. I’m including an image to illustrate this (hope it’s not unacceptable for this forum - is not really erotica or porn)….

Images (clockwise from upper left):

(1) A member of a stone-hanging African tribe
(2) A Ubangi savage (with lips & earlobes stretched)
(3) A (painful-looking) weight hanger
(4) A member of the Paduang tribe (with stretched neck)

And what about the pic on DLD’s site of the guy who stretched his earlobes to some crazy length?

We KNOW that human tissue can be stretched - period. We should be focusing on the “safest & most effective methods” to achieve that. Whomever choses not to believe - oh well, that’s their choice.

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All doctor’s have a creed that they do not advocate something without have all the facts present. There has been no studies that prove PE is possible but, in the case of someone preforming surgery to cut the suspensionatory ligaments and then prescribing post operative weights, they must explain the reasoning behind their post operative prescribed routine. Its not that they use weights but the amount of time the use them is puzzling and the key to the truth.

Eights months is way more than enough time for the healing process to reach a conclusion and some Urologist’s that perform the operations say that further gains can come from the use of weights. How is this possible if the ligaments are severed and the erect penis is as far down as it can be some 2 months or less after surgery?

Make no mistake, PE is a dangerous proposition and injuries can ruin what ever you have down there for good and without evidence that it is safe, first and foremost, doctor’s will continue to discount it in so many words. Not by coming right out and saying it but rather using vague theories along with safety concern’s to make you believe that they actually said it doesn’t work.

Cya at 8 - That is a very inelligent and insightful posting there. Especially the weights part.

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Originally posted by Cya at 8

…in the case of someone preforming surgery to cut the suspensionatory ligaments and then prescribing post operative weights, they must explain the reasoning behind their post operative prescribed routine. Its not that they use weights but the amount of time the use them is puzzling and the key to the truth.

Eights months is way more than enough time for the healing process to reach a conclusion and some Urologist's that perform the operations say that further gains can come from the use of weights. How is this possible if the ligaments are severed and the erect penis is as far down as it can be some 2 months or less after surgery?

Cya at 8, I believe the “reason” they give is that the suspensory lig will eventually re-attach itself, and the weight-hanging is to ensure that it will do so lower on the pubic bone - or else you could lose all the surgical “gains” or even end up shorter than pre-surgery.

And I agree that the risk factor for malpractice IS the main reason that most docs wouldn’t touch NPE with a 10 foot pole. I have a good friend who is a physician & he warned me about nerve damage & even possible aneurysms (over time) from exerting too severe pressure against the erect organ. I believe he was being sincere (he also deplores phalloplasty, so he certainly wasn’t advocating that option).

I say, focus on the long haul. PE sensibly with caution, and don’t try to rush the gains….they’ll come.

What is aneurysms?

/Pan

The end decision rests with ourselves.

Having said this, it is best to be as educated as possible in order to make the safest and prudent choices or decisions about how to go through with PE.

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What is aneurysms?

/Pan


I’m sure luvdadus could explain this better than me, but I believe it’s a weakening in artery wall which results in a ballooning of that artery - resulting in a thinning of the wall = aneurysm. The danger is that when/if an aneurysm blows out, you get a massive hemorrhage. Normally, this usually happens with age/disease, but supposedly repeated trauma can possibly cause this as well.

I’m sure luvdadus could explain this better than me>>

Your explanation is fine.

I don’t think that it is possible to find a coherent explanation for the mainstream medical communitie’s stance on natural PE. My guess is that they fear ridicule in endorsing stuff advertised in the back of mens magazines. I think that this history closes a lot of minds. Its amazing to me that they can concieve of medical procedures to improve height or lengthen a leg, but their minds are closed to the prospect of natural PE. I’m sure that many don ‘t think that the issue is important enough to warrant thier attention. If you can impregnate, no wuckas you are normal in their minds.


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