PGE1 erection versus clamp erection
Could anyone explain what exactly the difference between an artificially hard erection such as that induced with PGE1, and a clamped erection in terms of physiology or physics or whatever?
In the patent description and practice of the people doing chemical PE, they are inducing very hard erections for 2 hours and that’s basically the primary thing of it that is supposed to induce growth.
In clamping, however, the practice is to only keep the clamped erection going for 10-15 minutes at a time, the reason being that any more would be dangerous and suffocate penis cells.
Could someone explain why oxygen deprivation is an issue with clamping whereas it is not for 2 hour PGE1 erections? My concept of how erections work is basically just that you are erect when the blood pressure is high in your penis due to more blood wanting to come in than being able to go out. I don’t understand how a 2 hour super hard PGE1 erection could be safe when only 10-15 minutes is safe with other methods which appear to me to be doing fundamentally the same thing only through different mechanism.