Since my first introductions to PE I have wondered about the adequate rest issue. Indeed the penis is not a muscle and deos not neet time for the nervous system to recover, or for protein synthesis/hormonal balancing to take place. This is old news.
I’ve thought a bit about other body part modifications done in other parts of the world, or leg lengthening. This is all done by the process of traction. In PE, traction is applied to the cavities of the penis to increase volume while traction is applied to the ligs/tunica for length. I believe that enlargement occurs when 2 new cells have to take the place of an older stretched one in order to fill in the gap induced by traction.
In the other body modification processes the people seem to stretch the body part daily.
I still see the reasoning behind needing time to heal. We need to explore the ideas on whether or not the ligs or the corpus cavernosa need time to heal, or will the cells be replaced by the natural process of cell replacement, and hopefully just a few extra cells will be needed to form the adaptation.
Struggling with a peyronies injury during sex and loss of size after having been into PE.
I looked all over the Net to find some info on that issue but didn’t come up with anything. Had anyone else more luck? If so, please post it here.
Make it huge....!
Uncut4Big / Mike
>>So, could NO and L-Argenine be effectivly the first truely universal PE suppliments? How does one get NO in the body in the first place? What food’s ingested contribute the the body’s aggregate NO?<<
Well, not having high blood pressure is a great way to ensure that you have plenty of NO. Also, NO levels increase as insulin is produced, so assuming you are not diabetic, having sugars in your diet would raise your NO levels.
>>I’ve thought a bit about other body part modifications done in other parts of the world, or leg lengthening. This is all done by the process of traction. In PE, traction is applied to the cavities of the penis to increase volume while traction is applied to the ligs/tunica for length. I believe that enlargement occurs when 2 new cells have to take the place of an older stretched one in order to fill in the gap induced by traction.<<
And to add to that, when tissue is torn, more cells to fill in the gap created by the torn tissue. I do agree with that, but in collagen healing, it is important to keep the tissue stressed after the new cells are formed because in the last part of the healing process (since it is formed in a matrix, and the cells produced late in the healing process are synthesized by myofibroblasts which synthesize collagen with more contractile proteins than the collagen produced by fibroblasts), the wound draws back in upon itself to protect from further damage. Aside from keeping this part of the healing process from occuring (or at least efficiently), keeping tension on the tissue as frequently as possible would have the added benefit of stretching the newly formed cells whos form is much easier to manipulate with mechanical influence than their aged counterparts. Perhaps that is why the men of the African tribes that stretched their penises were able to do so with such a light weight … the newly formed collagen cells which replaced ones that were dead were malleable when first formed and stretched due to the mechanical force.
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Thanks for the info.. Time to suck on some sugar cubes (just kidding).. Anyway, I’m seriously considering purchasing some L-Argenine powder. I wouldn’t mind the added benefit of large hot dick-snot shots.