Where I stand and my personal discoveries about PE and evaluating permanent gains
I inspected my flaccid penis today and it measured at 5.3 FG. It was soft and elastic to the touch. The veins were prominent beneath the epidermal layer, beneath the basal lamina in the connective tissues possibly indicating permanent growth due to the fact that veins wouldn’t be very visible if there were too much fluid retention and swelling. So it looked like a normal healthy flaccid penis with a bit extra skin, but still in all very natural. I don’t know if this indicates permanent gains but I am trying to make sense of everything. I just started the integumentary system, which discusses all the levels of organization for tissues in A & P, so I’m really trying to make it make sense using logic.
Also, I have been measuring at 6.35-6.4 EG without pumping much, and without swelling. I get this big when I wake up before doing anything but a warm up, a five minute light pump with hot water, and a few flaccid bends. I also made a nice personal discovery with light clamping. I bend with the clamp on the first notch, which is deceivingly tight on my big girth, but light enough to be considered light. I also have been doing kingpoles erect kegel jelqs with the clamp on the first notch and have been getting phenomenal expansion. So using the clamp lightly may be a breakthrough for veterans who have reached their goals who want to cement their gains, and a little re bar can’t hurt either. I like to think the re bar is simply doing the same routine that got you the gains twice as long as you would normally do that routine if you were just cementing. Also, think of light clamping like a static O.K. grip that you don’t have to keep applying if you were doing it manually.
Starting stats: Feb 08: [7.3 BPEL * 4.9? EG]----Now: [8.00 BPEL * 5.1-5.2 EG]------GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]
Perception is reality.