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Did I do this to myself? When I was 12 I read stretching ur penis gave it length so 12-15 i stretched my penis, I'm 16 my penis is 73/4 in.girth 4.8in
I did some rough jelquing exercises n stretched my penis hard as well and now it won't reach a full erection and when i finally do it's shorter, heal?
I would see a doctor: I would see a urologist as soon as possible. ...Read more
Over a year ago I started to stretch my flaccid penis thinking it would help grow . Ever since then my penis and balls have been retracted. Treatment?
See below: Treatment: Stop stretching. There is a certain truism to the idiom, "use it or lose it", but no validated evidence that manual stretching of the penis results in any meaningful added length to the penis. It may be that you are getting just the opposite effect by inducing muscle spasm causing the retraction of penis and testicles that you describe. Much better to be satisfied with what you have! ...Read more
Here are some...: Without further detailed Hx + physical exam, it's hard to deduce what might cause the penile pain. To solve the mystery of your current concern has not to be hard by following instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain insight on how to work with doc so to reach right Dx for right Rx, care, and counseling now and in the future. ...Read more
Vaseline: Vaseline is not know to treat stretch any where. So the answer is no. ...Read more
Hello, is that normal my stretched length of my penis is superior my erect length ? I'm obese. Thank you
Probably: Likely will stretch a but more in length when empty than when full and expanded in the other direction! ...Read more
According to last questions,i mean applying Photodynamic therapy on penis and stretch it with moving both sides to kill HPV every 2 seconds for 20 min?
No ino available: Photodynamic therapy has been employed in the past to treat superficial malignancies. Applying it for superficial viral infections is feasible. Whether it will work on the penis is conjecture. A nonsurgical photodynamic therapy (PDT) procedure is being developed to destroy tissue infected by human papilloma virus (HPV) and treat precancerous lesions without damaging healthy tissue. This is first being tested in cervical lesions with HPV. A device to employ this technology is called Cevira, using advanced LED technology in a self-powered, disposable device. It initiates a photochemical reaction in exposed tissue to destroy the virus ...Read more