- 01-19-2012 #1
- Join Date
- Nov 2011
- North Carolina
I'm new to PE and I was just wondering, are the gains permanent? Like if you PE'd for a year and gained an inch (I'm just using random measurements and time) and you were to stop PE'ing for a year, will your penis go back to it's original size? (Length and girth?)
Let's say your start out with a 6" EL and a 5" EG. You do PE for a year and you're now at 7" EL and 6" EG. Then you decide to stop PE'ing for a year, will it go back to your original size? (6" EL and 5" EG)
EDIT: Sorry about the title, I was just able to combine all of my questions into one. I guess I forgot to change the title.
Last edited by Cepasy; 01-19-2012 at 01:02 PM. Reason: Title
- 01-19-2012 #2
While I haven't stopped extending, or PE I really don't see how one could lose gains. Maybe a little length and girth from lack of daily swelling due to routines, but growth is growth. I just posted a side by side of my little guy, left side was a pic taken after my first week of extending and the right side was a pic after 2 weeks off this past Christmas. My 1.25 inches of growth were gained from about 6 months of effort and around 250-300 hrs of extending.Well if you can't be handsome, you might as well be BIG
- 01-19-2012 #3
If you don't cement gains, whatever you have gained last will go away over time. Like you just hit your EL goal which you were .25" from and joust stop all together, you'll lose that .25". You must reach the size you want and do maintenance for 3-6 months to keep it.The above is not meant to be argumentative, abrasive or confrontational. Take this and everything you read with a grain of salt.
- 01-19-2012 #4
- Join Date
- Dec 2011
I know a guy who gained over 2" in length and over an inch in girth. He took a couple YEARS off and did absolutely (so he claims) NO PE and he kept all of his gains. I have personally taken a few weeks to a couple months off from my weight hanging with no loss in gains. I believe from anecdotal and my own evidence that once you have actually made gains and not just temporary swelling, they stay. It's similar if you like for comparison to "gauging" earlobes. You can stretch them to a certain point, remove the jewelry and over time the holes will shrink and often re-close completely. However, like most body piercers will tell you, there IS a "point of no return" where only surgery will return your earlobes "to normal".
I think one of the many challenges in PE is figuring out the difference (with girth work especially) between daily, temporary swelling induced from the PE exercises and actual gains. It's exciting to see that extra 1/2" on the tape measure and claim from the top of the water tower that your penis is larger, when it's just faux.
I'm willing to bet many men make a "gain" then ease up thinking they can slack off a little only to find the "gain" has disappeared. It's the constant, daily grind that pushes your penis past the temporary swelling into more swelling (larger than before) and then finally into a real gain. I think this is probably what men mean when they say "cementing". Otherwise, it makes zero sense that you would have to "cement" something that is already permanent. A gain is either a gain, or it is not.
Last edited by malehanger; 01-19-2012 at 01:45 PM. Reason: I keep thinking of new things to add, my bad.
- 01-19-2012 #5
I've personally lost .25" two times from just barely getting to a point and quitting. Better to be safe than sorry.The above is not meant to be argumentative, abrasive or confrontational. Take this and everything you read with a grain of salt.
- 01-19-2012 #6
- Join Date
- Dec 2009
Good stuff, well I agree fully. What do you mean with constant and daily? I am actually on a every day jelq "cruise" at
the moment. I am exited, because it really feels nice.BPEL...7.0 ...7.75....8
EG......4.9 . .5.50..,.6
START Nov 2009
- 01-19-2012 #7
Cementing is the process of allowing the stretch to persist long enough to produce either plastic deformation or cellular growth. I'm really glad you can bet on things after reading my post and editing yours. Clearly, you have this all figured out. When I have some question that only a true PE'er could know, I'll ask you okay?
Meanwhile, you new guys keep up a maintenance program for a few months before quitting PE totally.The above is not meant to be argumentative, abrasive or confrontational. Take this and everything you read with a grain of salt.
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