- 08-31-2010 #1
- Join Date
- Dec 2009
After my pe session today I noticed that my curve has become worse. I'm not sure, but if I continue this way
I believe it will get really bad. As I said, do anyone have proof of curing a curve?
And, does erect bends work?
- 09-01-2010 #2
Plump bends are for girth, & lots of guys say they don't gain length while doing intense girth work.
Dr. Howard used hanging to cure his peyronies (an unnatural curve created due to scar tissue). So there's a curve that was cured with PE.
Last edited by blink2000; 09-01-2010 at 10:10 AM. Reason: Wrote "plumb" instead of "plump"
- 09-01-2010 #3
Fix a curve? If a curve is severe enough to interfere with sex (Peyronie's disease), then yes, there are surgical interventions that can straighten a penis. This involves removing a section (wedge) of the longer CC to straighten the overall penis (and of course, shorten it--but here at the Gym we can deal with that, right!). There are some videos/pictures of this out on the web-not a pretty sight, I might add.
But my guess is you're referring to a simple bend, which really is not that uncommon, from the amount of posts there are on the topic. My belief is that it is possible to reduce such a bend with manual exercises. See these links:
https://www.pegym.com/penis-exercises/side-jelq For the Side-Jelq, what I would suggest is to only do it against the curve. (not both directions)
As far as manual exercises go, I would expect this to take a very long time to have an effect, but in my experience, manual exercises can be helpful.
I have also seen some reports that Extenders have reduced or eliminated curvature. I don't have any references handy, but you can probably search those out if you're interested. Apparently hanging can be useful for this, too.
Good luck.PE: Change WE can believe in...
- 09-01-2010 #4
- Join Date
- Jul 2010
i guess getting into that case is too painful, i just can't imagine
- 09-01-2010 #5
Also, I'm confident hanging is more effective at dealing with peyronies than an extender. Both in theory & based on anecdotal evidence.
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- 09-01-2010 #6
Blink, I completely agree with you. I just threw the surgery option out as an extreme, but there's no way I would let someone put a knife to my stuff. (Kind of like that Channel 4 Perfect Penis series that gets mentioned now and then, when that guy gets his suspensory ligament cut by that surgeon, and the doctor tells him afterward that ultimately he'll gain maybe 3/4" or so, but only if he hangs! WTF, there goes $8000 and he'll never be the same. He should have come to the Gym.)
Good to hear that hanging is a definite option for curve reduction, too.PE: Change WE can believe in...
- 09-01-2010 #7
- Join Date
- Sep 2010
It seems most extenders claim they can fix a curve, but I haven't been using one long enough (just 1 month) to know first hand. I have a slight curve to the right (I'm left-handed). Nothing that would cause a problem, but I would rather it be straighter. The extender I have (QuickExtenderPro) claims to be able to fix curves on their website, but in their User Guide they only spend about two sentences on the topic. They basically just say to wear the device to the opposite side of the curve rather than straight up behind the zipper. Has anyone had any luck with this method?BRD
Start (July 30, 2010): BPEL: 6.5", NBPEL: 6.0", MSEG: 5.2", BPFSL: 6.75"
After 3 Months (Oct 30, 2010): BPEL: 7.0", NBPEL: 6.5", MSEG: 5.25", BPFSL: 7.0"
6 Month Goal: BPEL: 7.5", MSEG: 5.5"
- 09-01-2010 #8
Use an extender for a year and see.
If you log a lot of hours, you'll gain for sure.
- 09-01-2010 #9
I believe Germanstallion over at MOS did fully succeed in straightening a curved penis while PE'ing. I believe he used 20 to 25 second erect bends agains the curve.The power of the mind is our strongest tool.
- 09-01-2010 #10
- Join Date
- Dec 2009
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One of the doctors on the CBS "The Doctors" demonstrated the use of an extender on a rubber penis and advised that it had been medically approved as as a remedy for Peyronies.
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