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An objective measurement for penile fascia collagenization/flexibility.

An objective measurement for penile fascia collagenization/flexibility.

I think we could quantify how easily the fascia is inflated to erection using a penis pump as a new metric for distributed penile fibrosis and collagenization, independent of arterial blood supply induced intracavernosal pressure.

Using a hand pump while completely unaroused/flaccid and using a penis pump cylinder that is large enough to not restrict the penis girthwise or lengthwise, what is the minimal inHg necessary for the penis to become full erect? We can make distinctions between CC inflation and CS/glans inflation when the amount of vacuum pressure required for full inflation is different.

I propose that the lower inHg required for a full erection, the less collagenized a penis is. Though there are other possible reasons that the penis could require a higher inHg to fully inflate than excess collagen, such as structural abnormalities in the connective tissue.

It’s possible for the penis to become so collagenized from PE that gains from any method are impossible. I experienced this in the past while clamping as my penis became so tough that even clamping could not force it to expand any further. This test should be able to quantify how fibrosed the penis has become, allowing us to evaluate PE techniques for collagenization and the remediation of collagenization.

In the long run, I think the challenge of PE is limiting collagenization while exerting just enough stimuli to keep gains coming.


Starting: 7"bplx5.2" 2017 (shrunk from disuse)(originally 8"bplx4.5", gained to 9"bplx6")

Current: 9.0"bplx6.125" 2020

Goal: 11.5"bplx7" 2021.

Originally Posted by Sigmoid
I propose that the lower inHg required for a full erection, the less collagenized a penis is.

Interesting proposal Sigmoid. Maybe you should poll the members? I would think you might be able to have a multiple choice type answer for inHg and also find out if the person is a newbie or pro. I am intrigued and will need to check out what the answer is in my own case. I know 5inHg is sufficient but to be honest I haven’t tried a lower vacuum. I would also consider myself a newbie, however, as you had noted there maybe other considerations with regard to results.age, in my case. An age range might be another question on your poll as elasticity of the skin tends to degrade with time.. That is, of course, if you were to decide to do a poll.

Originally Posted by AllaboutChance
Interesting proposal Sigmoid. Maybe you should poll the members? I would think you might be able to have a multiple choice type answer for inHg and also find out if the person is a newbie or pro. I am intrigued and will need to check out what the answer is in my own case. I know 5inHg is sufficient but to be honest I haven’t tried a lower vacuum. I would also consider myself a newbie, however, as you had noted there maybe other considerations with regard to results.age, in my case. An age range might be another question on your poll as elasticity of the skin tends to degrade with time.. That is, of course, if you were to decide to do a poll.

A poll for newbies and for seasoned PE’ers might be informative to get some baselines, especially the newbies because it could present an ideal level of collagenization, assuming less collagenization is better.

I already can infer from literature on the penis that there is significant collagenization going on in the penis from PE, what we call conditioning. I’ve read that 1500 mmHg (about 6 inHg) of intracavernosal pressure is capable of causing penile rupture in unconditioned men, so PE must induce major changes in the strength of the fascia of the penis.

I’d like the idea to circulate, that we can quantify fascia flexibility/collagenization indirectly with a penis pump. It’s not a perfect measure since it doesn’t actually do a biopsy under a microscope or a molecular assay, but I think it will probably be used to distinguish arterial erectile dysfunction from fibrotic erectile dysfunction in a few years as urologists take note of this diagnostic in online penis enlargement circles.

I wonder if men would make more progress with PE if they didn’t condition the penis first with jelqing and instead used low vacuum pressure penis pumping from the start. Perhaps it doesn’t work that way though and the penis will become conditioned to a degree with any growth.


Starting: 7"bplx5.2" 2017 (shrunk from disuse)(originally 8"bplx4.5", gained to 9"bplx6")

Current: 9.0"bplx6.125" 2020

Goal: 11.5"bplx7" 2021.

I really don’t think this hypothesis or theory had any legitimacy.

Do the work, use heat and you will grow. Seems simple to me.


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Originally Posted by Sigmoid
I’ve read that 1500 mmHg (about 6 inHg)

I think 1500mmHG is more like 59inHg. That kind of pressure might pull your dick right off!

Originally Posted by MHedberg
I think 1500mmHG is more like 59inHg. That kind of pressure might pull your dick right off!

:)

You’re right.

I’m surprised I didn’t realize my mistake. I’ll have to rethink everything to see if the idea that 5.9 inHg causes penile rupture causes some wrong rationals. In retrospect, I should have noticed that that didn’t make sense.


Starting: 7"bplx5.2" 2017 (shrunk from disuse)(originally 8"bplx4.5", gained to 9"bplx6")

Current: 9.0"bplx6.125" 2020

Goal: 11.5"bplx7" 2021.

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