In the case of the elongated necks caused by putting on more and more rings, the stretch comes at the intervertebral spaces
being put under stretch (much the same as the Maxextender does to the penis)
Excuse my ignorance
but could you please clarify that last point, Boxcar.
As an ex-user of a MaXtender, I don’t understand that intervertebal space concept. Is there something I am missing?
Most doctors are trained to think a certain way. If there are no clinical studies to back up a claim, they generally dismiss it. You can show some of them all the pictures and tell them all the true stories in the world about penis enlargement and they will take it with a grain of salt. But who cares? Why must they be convinced anyway? We’re not trying to have sex with them (unless they are a good-looking female doctor).
For the life of me, I will not try nor endorse selling the public on PE. I think this is one of those things that your inquisitiveness brings you to. You either want it or you don’t.
Now I will do everything in my power to be a valid and contributing member of the community, but as I see it I am not trying to convince anyone nor promote it. One of the reasons (selfish) is that I want to be bigger than most. Insecure? Whatever.
The fact that you wrote Dr. Goldberg about your gains and the gains of others, and you weren’t selling anything, yet received no reply shows that he lacks true scientific integrity.
Shame on him.
I have to admit, I was skeptical as hell when I began PE. Hell, I was mainly trying to cure mild E.D. - but what do you know? A month later and my erect penis was 0.5” bigger in girth. Shit! I couldn’t believe it.
So why don’t these doctors approach it the same way?
Nope. They simply don’t respond.
To hell with them. Damn, I wish I had a starting pic. You would’ve seen a 5.2” midshaft girth become a 6.2” midshaft girth. Now, when I get one more inch of EL I’ll be a happy camper.
In the meantime, the docs can dismiss all this until they’re blue in the face.