Last week I discussed PE and its challenges. This week I will discuss the dangers associated with penis enlargement.
First an update on my progress:
A slight gain in girth to report. Overall, my unit feels healthy, loose, and relaxed. I have incorporated the testicle health into my routine, which seems to be working out just dandy.
Erect Length: 16.9 cm (6.654 in)
Erect Girth: 13.7 cm (5.394 in)
Dangers of PE
Most of us guys only have one penis, for those of you with two, well that’s frankly a bit weird. Anyways, all of us involved in PE share a common goal of making it bigger. Along the way it is not uncommon for one to injure himself. The chances are especially high as a beginner for various reasons. The beginner is not well informed, rushes, and is generally impatient to see gains. All these factors contribute to this higher risk stage.
Various dangers I want to discuss include: peyronies, thrombosed veins, red spots, blood excretion, and swelling.
Peyronie’s: It is characterized by the formation of hardened tissue (fibrosis) in the penis that causes pain, curvature, and distortion, usually during erection. This is a major injury that can be caused by extreme overexertion on the penis.
Thrombosed Veins: Basically they are blood clots due to vein trauma.
Red Spots: They are tiny blood spots that appear on your penis. Often they are the size of a pen dot. Red spot are primarily caused by overworking or from the use of too much pressure. They are not serious and will tend to fade away within 24 hours.
Blood Excretion: Some people experience a drop of blood coming either out of the tip of the penis or out of the pours. Most people say that this is not a serious problem as much as it may seem to be; however, it should obviously be avoided. These drops of blood are again the result of too much pressure caused by too hard of a grip. One should taking a week or so off just in case there is some healing required.
Temporary Swelling: Another side effect of overworking is temporary swelling. Sometimes after a workout, one may notice small areas on the glands or even on the shaft that are swollen up. This is just fluids gathering to those areas, and usually the swelling fades away during a few hours after the workout.
As you may deduce, injuries are relatively easy to come by. Avoiding them is a matter of using proper pressure, form, and having a clear focus on the task at hand.