I think two options should be added:
1) I have taken no breaks.
2) I have taken too many breaks to count (I myself would fall in this category)
That would be less than 1 minute a day. What would the user put for this?
I think the options should be added: I never (or rarely) ejaculate, and I ejaculate less than 1 time per week.
Also I think we should ask the question here: Do you ejaculate within two hours of a PE session?
How many caffeinated sodas have you drunk per week, on average, during your periods of active PEing? ____ sodas
How many alcoholic beverages (equivalent to one beer, one glass of wine, or one shot of liquor) have you drunk per week, on average, during your periods of active PEing? ____ alcoholic drinks
How many times have you smoked marijuana per week, on average, during your periods of active PEing? ____ times
Again, I think we should modify these questions like we did the last percentage questions (which you probably agree).
2 - what type of supplements the participant has taken during active PE — allowing us to question for certain supplements
With this question I think we should add the word approximately – I can’t remember exactly how long I did it for – but I can estimate 1 month.
Additionally, we should have an example of what the newbie routine is.
I am curious, in your opinion is it better to have blankquestions than pre-determined questions? In your opinion, what are the pro’s and con’s of blank questions and pre-determined questions?
Add the option: I did not measure my erect girth at the base.
However, I am curious, how would we analyze it? Is it just a simple statistic question?
At this point there will be a question that will ask the participant if he made gains. If yes, then the participant will be asked these questions:
Add the word approximately to Questions 13 and 14.
I think we should reword question 15. “Lose” is biased. Maybe the participant gained while on a break.
Also, here, or the subdivision before these last three questions we should add the questions XLMangum and I built earlier… (or something along these lines)