The first week did not exactly go swimmingly. As I mentioned in my last entry, I am using the Size Genetics bundle, which involves a traction device. This futuristic machine is aptly named the “Andro-Penis,” and is as fun as its name suggests. Basically, the device consists of three main parts: a plastic ring that fits around the base of your penis (or the glans, as they refer to it), another piece of plastic and metal that attaches to the tip, and a silicon band that connects the whole thing. It’s confusing, and it took me the better part of the first day to really figure it out. I’m still not entirely sure how it works, but essentially, it stretches the penis. This is really not for amateurs, and they stress multiple times in the handbook that side effects are possible, but only if the device is used incorrectly. It’s definitely a little intimidating.
The Size Genetics bundle itself contains a lot of stuff. There is, of course, the mighty Andro-Penis. This comes in a wonderful wooden box, in case you wish to display your penis-lengthening device upon your mantle. The package also contains two bottles of ProSolution pills, and one bottle of Volumizer. The ProSolution pills are designed to increase the speed of the process, and the Volumizer is for increasing the amount of semen that your body produces (btw, I think the latter is already working!). Personally, I keep the wooden box hidden away from the prying eyes of my roommate, and hide both the pills and the device in my underwear drawer. The box also contains a manual for using the device, which although helpful, is very brief. The manual is mostly useful for describing how often the device should be worn.
The first week is called the “adaptation period,” because the device is only meant to be worn a couple of hours a day. This is so the muscles can get used to the new tension that is being applied to them without fear of damage. The first day went fine. My roommate had gone home for the day, so I was free to waltz around the room naked while wearing the device. It looks ridiculous. Try to imagine seeing someone that’s just been paralyzed, and is wearing a neck brace. Now replace that person’s head with a penis, and you can imagine what the inside of my boxers look like now. The following day I decided to wear the device outside of the room to see if I could be comfortable with the idea. I wasn’t.
I am an obsessive person. It’s not a personality fault; it just means that occasionally, I am a little too intense about things. When I start dating a girl, I obsess, we hang out a lot, and then I get bored. When I write, (I write, that’s kind-of-what-I-do), I write for hours without pause. And at the moment, I am obsessed with my penis. I know that sounds silly, but throughout the day I keep looking at it, touching it, and thinking about how great it will be. So when I wore the device to my morning class on the second day, I couldn’t concentrate. At all. All I could do was imagine what the device was doing, and how cool it would be to have a great penis. I couldn’t stop thinking about lunch, because then I take could the next round of ProSolution Pills. I left class early, and decided that I would just try and wear the device whenever I was alone, or sleeping.
The pamphlet that came with the device says that the Andro-Penis needs to be removed every few hours so the tissues can relax. Only a minute or two of rest is required, but the pamphlet stresses the importance of these rest periods. This essentially means that, unless, you are a light sleeper such as myself, the device cannot be worn to bed. I have been wearing it to bed, and when I wake up with pains (because believe me, they are not kidding about the rest periods), I remove the device for a few minutes, get a drink of water, and then go back to sleep. So far, this usually only happens once or twice a night. I figure I’m okay with that, as long as I’m not doing any damage. It’s a lot easier than wearing it to classes.
Week 1 Length (Erect): 5.75 inches (14.6 cm)
Week 1 Girth (Erect): 5.25 inches (13.3 cm)