I’ve lost interest because only two or three members even addressed my points, the rest engaged in personal attacks and reverted to anti-science rants about how PE can elude logical inconsistencies.
If Bohm and Redbear can help me filter through what they consider solid extender studies then I would be grateful and would read through them. I don’t think any of them measured erect length, which is unfortunate. I think fsl will add some evidence, but the size study where the penis was stretched 3 times before measuring the fsl has had its methodology questioned as it is purported that the stretching increased extensibility in the flaccid state without giving an accurate measure of erection size. So, if all they used were fsl and the study is legit, I’m going to conclude that length gains may be possible, but a study with erection length needs to be conducted. If no legit study has been conducted with extenders or non-significant results obtained, then I am done and am going to spend more time on the things in my life that I feel I can change.
Regarding the pumping studies: do they state how much pressure they were using ? Because if I do 1 pump or 2 that certainly will not gonna give me any growth. The other thing being the short duration of the treatment per week.
I think that that a good way to know if growing of the penis is possible(apart from anecdotal evidence) only if you can make analogies from other organs/tissues which are researched(stretched,tractioned,etc) based on their more important roles than how one could enlarge their penis.
Starting stats: 6.4" / 5.6" Current Stats: 7.4" / 5.8" Short term goal: 7" / 6" Long term goal: 8" / 6.5"