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Hey man I researched about PE a while back and tried some manual exercises but it was always on and off. Also my doctor tells me I can get scar tissue but I’ve been insecure about my penis size for years and was just wondering if you have any advice man I’d really appreciate it

Originally Posted by Gottagetit
Hey man I researched about PE a while back and tried some manual exercises but it was always on and off. Also my doctor tells me I can get scar tissue but I’ve been insecure about my penis size for years and was just wondering if you have any advice man I’d really appreciate it

Best advice I have is to read up and decide the best path for yourself. I did a ton of PE and was fine. But my case is not everyone. You have to decide for yourself what you want to do and if you’re going to do it you have to stick to it.


Now: 9" BPEL x 6.25" MSEG as of 11/10/2019 This is my story, a few progress pics of me here, and all my methods.

Then: 6.25" x 4.37" in 8/2009 Are you new to PE? Here's some advice I wish someone had given me when I first started.

My Extender and forward to 10" and balls enhancement project. There is no "Holy Grail" of Penis Enlargement. Only time and effort works. I'm *10* years in and counting. All you have to do is put the work in and keep the faith.

Scar tissue

Originally Posted by Gottagetit
Hey man I researched about PE a while back and tried some manual exercises but it was always on and off. Also my doctor tells me I can get scar tissue but I’ve been insecure about my penis size for years and was just wondering if you have any advice man I’d really appreciate it

I would have to ask your doctor the following question….
“if manually stretching my penis will cause scar tissue, why then don’t professional athletes have scar tissue throughout their entire body”?

Since I have a dog in the fight and my opinion is based on a device I use and sell you may not think the following advice is objective. The most effective PE is like a three legged stool….
#1 - Traditional hand stretching + jelqing
#2 - Weight hanging (not with a compression clamp), and working up a minimum of 8 lbs. twice a day for a full hour, five to six days per week.
#3 - Vacuum pumping. A traditional air pump that has a hand pump with Hg gauge, and or a Bathmate.

I’ve said it too many times to count…. PE is a marathon, not a sprint. Making a multi-inch gain requires time and dedication! I’m not talking about a couple months, it took me nearly four years to achieve my gains.

Originally Posted by LGHanger
I would have to ask your doctor the following question….
“if manually stretching my penis will cause scar tissue, why then don’t professional athletes have scar tissue throughout their entire body”?

Since I have a dog in the fight and my opinion is based on a device I use and sell you may not think the following advice is objective. The most effective PE is like a three legged stool….
#1 - Traditional hand stretching + jelqing
#2 - Weight hanging (not with a compression clamp), and working up a minimum of 8 lbs. twice a day for a full hour, five to six days per week.
#3 - Vacuum pumping. A traditional air pump that has a hand pump with Hg gauge, and or a Bathmate.

I’ve said it too many times to count…. PE is a marathon, not a sprint. Making a multi-inch gain requires time and dedication! I’m not talking about a couple months, it took me nearly four years to achieve my gains.

I agree with everything you said, but im curious how you came up with 8lbs as the magic number for hanging?

8 lbs question

Originally Posted by Thor’s Hammer
I agree with everything you said, but im curious how you came up with 8lbs as the magic number for hanging?

Great question! I hope I don’t bore you with the answer…..
Over the years we have worked with several doctors who do penile lengthening procedures, we still work with a number of them and are always looking to add another to our list of recommended providers. I’ve spent countless hours discussing the surgical procedure, how they do it (technique) and what they see once they start cutting.

There seems to be a consensus among all of them….
The vast majority of men have a thick suspension ligament (this ligament is attached to the underside of the pubic bone). They tell me that this ligament is about 1/4” thick. One surgeon said he has done over 4000 procedures and 90% + men have a ligament that’s approximately that thick. He says there’s another 10% of men that have a much thinner / weaker ligament, and he refers to them as the “lucky ones” because they’re the ones who get the best results.

So where does the 8 lbs number come into play? They all seem to think that 8lbs is the baseline amount of weight necessary to stretch or deform that ligament. Some say 10 lbs or more. Obviously if you are severing the ligament from the pubic bone then the ligament itself can’t impede the ability to stretch the penis, or at least that seems to be logical…. not so! Once the ligament is cut it is vitally important to begin traction the day after the procedure. I’ve asked them how do they determine that 8 lb number? Since they have no way to “stress test” the tensile strength of that ligament. Dan Salas @ Surgery Life Enhancement oversees surgical procedures and their doctors actually perform the surgery while the patient is under traction. The 8 lb level is where they see the ligament start to stretch and get thinner.

Surgery is not a magic bullet! Your body does what God intended it to do…. heal itself. So if traction is not implemented what happens is scar tissue begins to develop and that ligament can re-attach, and nullify the surgical length gain. Sadly you can actually lose length and retract if you don’t begin an aggressive traction training program. Achieving the full potential length gain from a surgical procedure must include traction with weight that eventually goes up to the 8 lb level or higher.

I hope that provides some insights on how we came up with the 8 lb number.

Ok I can buy that.

Im currently focusing on pumping the last few months. Before that I was hanging for a month or so at 5lbs but thats because my last hanging go around I was about 16lbs.

I wasnt making progress any more so I took some time off and went into the current pumping routine but next foray into hanging ill be sure to get up to 10lbs or so and see if it makes a difference.

Thx

Hard data like this don’t come around often. This, is fucking useful.

Originally Posted by LGHanger
Great question! I hope I don’t bore you with the answer…..
Over the years we have worked with several doctors who do penile lengthening procedures, we still work with a number of them and are always looking to add another to our list of recommended providers. I’ve spent countless hours discussing the surgical procedure, how they do it (technique) and what they see once they start cutting.

There seems to be a consensus among all of them….
The vast majority of men have a thick suspension ligament (this ligament is attached to the underside of the pubic bone). They tell me that this ligament is about 1/4” thick. One surgeon said he has done over 4000 procedures and 90% + men have a ligament that’s approximately that thick. He says there’s another 10% of men that have a much thinner / weaker ligament, and he refers to them as the “lucky ones” because they’re the ones who get the best results.

So where does the 8 lbs number come into play? They all seem to think that 8lbs is the baseline amount of weight necessary to stretch or deform that ligament. Some say 10 lbs or more. Obviously if you are severing the ligament from the pubic bone then the ligament itself can’t impede the ability to stretch the penis, or at least that seems to be logical…. not so! Once the ligament is cut it is vitally important to begin traction the day after the procedure. I’ve asked them how do they determine that 8 lb number? Since they have no way to “stress test” the tensile strength of that ligament. Dan Salas @ Surgery Life Enhancement oversees surgical procedures and their doctors actually perform the surgery while the patient is under traction. The 8 lb level is where they see the ligament start to stretch and get thinner.

Surgery is not a magic bullet! Your body does what God intended it to do…. heal itself. So if traction is not implemented what happens is scar tissue begins to develop and that ligament can re-attach, and nullify the surgical length gain. Sadly you can actually lose length and retract if you don’t begin an aggressive traction training program. Achieving the full potential length gain from a surgical procedure must include traction with weight that eventually goes up to the 8 lb level or higher.

I hope that provides some insights on how we came up with the 8 lb number.


Now: 9" BPEL x 6.25" MSEG as of 11/10/2019 This is my story, a few progress pics of me here, and all my methods.

Then: 6.25" x 4.37" in 8/2009 Are you new to PE? Here's some advice I wish someone had given me when I first started.

My Extender and forward to 10" and balls enhancement project. There is no "Holy Grail" of Penis Enlargement. Only time and effort works. I'm *10* years in and counting. All you have to do is put the work in and keep the faith.

Every story I have hears about cutting the S Lig their erections and not very hard anymore

Originally Posted by Gottagetit
Hey man I researched about PE a while back and tried some manual exercises but it was always on and off. Also my doctor tells me I can get scar tissue but I’ve been insecure about my penis size for years and was just wondering if you have any advice man I’d really appreciate it

scar tissue from stretching the fascia-like tissue and soft muscle and skin from a penis?

Unless you apply harsh trauma, it wont happen… it´s like doing some stretching for your legs and feating scar tissue grows in your tendons and muscular fascias.
Be prudent, and scale up intensity very gently, and nothing wrong can happen.

erection quality

Originally Posted by louiecock
Every story I have hears about cutting the S Lig their erections and not very hard anymore

I must be the exception or the anomaly then…. as my erection quality at 62 years of age is very good! Surgery changed my erection exit point, but has only enhanced my ability to have sex in a variety of positions I previously wasn’t able to perform in. If any of you have ever driven a manual stick shift, my analogy is that prior to the surgical procedure I was stuck in the 1st gear position, after surgery I have the ability to shift into all gears :)

I don’t use any erection meds for ED either. I do use some L-Arginine. IMO erection quality is something you work at, and there are plenty of PE exercises that help promote better EQ.

Many things contribute to poor EQ…. Smoking, being overweight, porn addition, and poor self esteem. I can’t tell you how many men I’ve had phone conversations with that feel inadequate because of their penis size, and can’t have a relationship with the opposite sex because of it. This is a between the ears problem that can be overcome!

Originally Posted by LGHanger
I must be the exception or the anomaly then…. as my erection quality at 62 years of age is very good! Surgery changed my erection exit point, but has only enhanced my ability to have sex in a variety of positions I previously wasn’t able to perform in. If any of you have ever driven a manual stick shift, my analogy is that prior to the surgical procedure I was stuck in the 1st gear position, after surgery I have the ability to shift into all gears :)

I don’t use any erection meds for ED either. I do use some L-Arginine. IMO erection quality is something you work at, and there are plenty of PE exercises that help promote better EQ.

Many things contribute to poor EQ…. Smoking, being overweight, porn addition, and poor self esteem. I can’t tell you how many men I’ve had phone conversations with that feel inadequate because of their penis size, and can’t have a relationship with the opposite sex because of it. This is a between the ears problem that can be overcome!

Do you have any information or posts anywhere about your lig cut surgery?

personal testimony

Originally Posted by 8incyclops
Do you have any information or posts anywhere about your lig cut surgery?

My personal testimony is on PE Gym forum and on our LGH Blog
I’d be happy to answer any questions you have regarding the procedure and the results.

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