Pressure in the penis
After reading in another thread about how a pressure of 1500mm Hg (29psi)can rupture the tunica, I started wondering what sort of pressure different PE techniques can generate.
Clamping seems the technique that can produce the highest internal pressure. Since human blood pressure produced by the heart is only around 120mm Hg (2.3 psi) to get a good erection the penis is filled with blood and then “sealed”. Now since blood is a virtually incompressible liquid any applied force constricting the penis will result in an increase in the internal pressure in the penis. Using the PC muscles to kegel in more blood is also good for raising the pressure.
When manual clamping with just the thumb and forefinger grip at the base of the penis how much pressure build up can be generated? I know that if I use the remaining four fingers to squeeze in a whole hand grip I would never squeeze at maximum strength because I intuitively know the pressure is too high.
I would be interested to know how much internal pressure the human grip can develop by sqeezing a flexible, phallus sized, fluid filled object. The experiment should be easy to conduct for anyone with a pressure gauge and a flexy tube. It would also be interesting to see what pressure a cable clamp generates. Anyone fancy carrying out the experiment - if not I guess I’ll have to find a pressure gauge and try it myself.
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