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Originally Posted by remek
Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back… .

If I have a say so it will. One of my New Years Resolutions (or goals) this year is to contact some of these doctors who we often quote in references to studies on the tunica, smooth muscle, etc. I’m hoping they will be able to offer a different point of view than all of us PEers have.

I bet they won’t.

I bet they thought about erectility, not about pe when they designed their study.

You will be disappointed.


Later - ttt

Originally Posted by androNYC
Now that TP is the default clearinghouse for all PE disciplines we’ll see the occasional new thing or notion but more likely the majority of knowledge will come form further consolidation of what we’ve already learned.
In much the same way any other discipline expands.

I disagree.

Chemical and pharmacological PE are still very young disciplines and I am exspecting a breakthrough there.

Also, genetics interfere with collagen quality and we will learn to understand why there are slow and fast gainers, vbased on genetic analyses we will also learn how to influence our genetic


Later - ttt

Originally Posted by penismith
I have been away for about a year. In a nutshell, whats new? What are the hot topics, theories, exercises, tools, etc.

I want to catch up. I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed. All help is appreciated.

Thanks!

I would say the current state of the art is that PENISMITH is back. Welcome. The man with the scince of pe thread.


Later - ttt

Originally Posted by ticktickticker
Also, genetics interfere with collagen quality and we will learn to understand why there are slow and fast gainers, based on genetic analyses we will also learn how to influence our genetic

Nutrigenetics and certain pharmacologicals will be able to modulate collagen metabolism based on the knowledge of SNIPS (genetic variations in a single base).

I tried to find patients who perform pe and suffer from ehlers-danlos or marfan syndrome, but no feed back so far.

I tried injecting certain substances (cortisone, calcium-blockers, growth hormone) in my ligs; no breakthrough compared with ‘normal’ hanging; yet I thought it would be worth trying.

Penismith:

The good news: breakthrough(s) are going to come, I am sure.

The bad news: I am afraid that the breakthrough (s) will come once I (and you) achieved my (our) goals :) .


Later - ttt

Originally Posted by androNYC
Why?

Or do you mean that they might have something new to offer to the knowledge base and not that they’d invalidate what we’ve already learned?

Exactly. You’re no doubt right that we know a lot. But for what we know, there’s at least just as much for what we don’t know. Too many questions still rack my brain when it comes to PE. There’s too much unexplained variation between men. Too many unexplainable “phenomena.” PE is still a very new discipline.

I’m not saying that a doctor is going to be able to change anything, or even help for that matter… but I do think there are a few doctors out there - the doctors who have seen more cadaver penises than I’d care to imagine - that probably know a thing or two about the penis that we might not.

I could be wrong, but it never hurts to try. They may call me a wacko when I call them up asking for advice on enlarging my penis, “Do you think X, Y, and Z indicate that I should work on my tunica or my smooth muscle?”


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