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I have been trying to stretch my tunica for a while and it’s very difficult for me to stretch it without stretching the ligs intensly. No matter what position I pull in. The problem is that I have ligs that have been pulled forwards in the past which causes the effect of a thicker base in some of us, yet my flaccid size is still so small that I don’t have the luxery of gripping further forwards to avoid pulling on the ligs even when pulling upwards. My grip starts at the base and overlaps the head. My ligs are getting pulled because of this.

I feel it intensly in the ligs and I want to know if this will stop me from gaining length in the tunica from high angle stretching. My LOT is low so my only chance for growth is my tunica. I am thinking of having my ligs surgically cut so that they don’t restrict my tunica from growing as I feel more of a lig pull than a tunica pull with high angle stretching. You have no idea how depressed the idea of surgery makes me, but I might not have a choice.

How much can you gain in the tunica from stretching below your LOT? Is the thing which limits tunica growth in below LOT stretching, the ligs restricting it? If so, isn’t it going to be the same if you feel intense lig stretch from above LOT stretching?


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> My grip starts at the base and overlaps the head. My ligs are getting pulled because of this.

Have you tried an overhand (pinky away) grip? That’s what I prefer.

You might try an inverted V-stretch, aka A-stretch. I like to do them over the back of a padded chair, but you can use your arm, a pipe, or whatever to accomplish the same thing. As long as the chair/rod/arm is positioned slightly above the exit point of your penis, the stress is mostly on the tunica (and the bottom of the shaft in particular).

>I feel it intensly in the ligs and I want to know if this will stop me from gaining length in the tunica from high angle stretching. My LOT is low so my only chance for growth is my tunica.

I don’t understand why you feel stress in the ligs stretching upward. If you stretch above your LOT, the ligs shouldn’t be taking the load. Are you sure you determined your LOT correctly?

>How much can you gain in the tunica from stretching below your LOT?

When stretching below your LOT the ligs will take the load until they lengthen enough for the tunica to share the load.

>Is the thing which limits tunica growth in below LOT stretching, the ligs restricting it?

Yep.

>If so, isn’t it going to be the same if you feel intense lig stretch from above LOT stretching?

You shouldn’t be feeling an intense lig stretch above your LOT. What is your LOT?

My LOT is 7:30 but I feel it in the ligs even whilst pulling towards my chin because my ligs have been pulled forwards like many peoples’ have, causing me to actually grip the base of the penis where the lig attachments are because I don’t have the luxery of gripping further forwards due to having a small flaccid size. It is the combination of having ligs which are far forwards near the base and a small flaccid size so that I don’t have anywhere further forwards to grip, so my ligs get gripped and causes them to be stretched no matter how high the angle I pull at.

I think I am going to have go give the A-stretch a go. Because of my small flaccid size I won’t be able to use anything thick to cause the bend. It will have to be thinner. I definately need to focus on exercises which will lengthen the tunica infront of the ligs, so that I eventually have enough dick to grip without gripping down on the ligs. Tunica grown behind where the ligs attach won’t help the grip problem, I need tunica grown infront of the ligs to help the grip problem.


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I think I understand what you mean. Your ligs would be loose when stretching up except your grip compresses them, which eliminates the slack that would normally be present.

If you use an overhand (pinky away grip), the only contact with your shaft is thumb and first finger right behind the head. Ligs shouldn’t connect that far forward, even if yours are more forward than most. This grip should minimize the problem.

If your ligs do attach that far forward, you may need to stretch them more to build in some more slack before you can hit the tunica. Try the overhand grip first.

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