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Originally Posted by marinera
blink, my point of view is pretty simple: if you elongate suspensory ligs, your “inner penis” will not be pulled out, at least not in an appreciable measure. You could gain something in your SD length, but SO or straight up length will not change noticeably. If you want a longer penis, you have to elongate shaft.

I’m a grower, not a shower. I.e., for me, flaccid hang is almost just as important as erect length. I figure that must be what you’re talking about with the reference to SD.

I was speaking of EL.

Thanks guys for all the replies.

The reason I ask is that I had the lengthening surgery done back in 1997.

I lost some stability and don’t want to start hanging if it is going to affect more stability.

Unless I am really hard my erection angle is about 15 degrees down.

Does anyone know if hanging straight out or up can strengthen the tunica and bring the erection
Back to straight out.

Much thanks,

P.S. Any guys out there that had the vy lengthening surgery done I can talk to. Please PM me.

Also, if your erection angle is low from surgery, that implies your hanging low from cut ligs—

If you are in fact hanging lower because your ligs were cut, that sort of implies to me that your erection angle has nothing to do with your tunica…

Have I misunderstood your situation?

Side note: Was your surgery a success? (Is your erect or flaccid length longer as a result)

Originally Posted by blink2000
Also, if your erection angle is low from surgery, that implies your hanging low from cut ligs—

If you are in fact hanging lower because your ligs were cut, that sort of implies to me that your erection angle has nothing to do with your tunica..

Have I misunderstood your situation?

Side note: Was your surgery a success? (Is your erect or flaccid length longer as a result)

Yes I am hanging lower from cut ligs. The stability has been compromised and I want to reinforce it.

Is there a way that can be done, such as strengthening another part.

I actually didn’t gain any length in the erect state, maybe a 1/2” in flaccid.

I had the Vy procedure done back in 1997

I would like to know if anyone has had increased stability from doing any exercises- maybe I can try?

Originally Posted by kwkw

I actually didn’t gain any length in the erect state, maybe a 1/2” in flaccid.

I had the Vy procedure done back in 1997

KWKW,

Curiously, were you instructed by your doctor to stretch with weights?

If so, how much weight did he suggest and did you, in fact, stretch?

Originally Posted by blackmamba
KWKW,

Curiously, were you instructed by your doctor to stretch with weights?

If so, how much weight did he suggest and did you, in fact, stretch?

I was instructed to stretch using weights, but only did it a handful of times.

The weight he suggested was minimal.

I think for a lot of us, the angle of erection is related to the length and hardness of the CS in relation to the CC.

I notice if I get super hard, the angle gets more acute or points more up. I believe its because the tunica is so much softer in the CS, that it inflates more than the CC under high erectile pressure, and as it lengthens more in relation to the CC lengthening less…it raises the angle of erection more upward.

Originally Posted by kwkw
Yes I am hanging lower from cut ligs. The stability has been compromised and I want to reinforce it.

Is there a way that can be done, such as strengthening another part.

I actually didn’t gain any length in the erect state, maybe a 1/2” in flaccid.

I had the Vy procedure done back in 1997

I would like to know if anyone has had increased stability from doing any exercises- maybe I can try?

If they were cut completely, no exercise will restore it. I don’t know it really strong BC and IC muscles might give some stability, wouldn’t hurt to try.

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