In medical school, I did a clinical clerkship with a Urologist who remarked that he has noticed a distinct pattern over the years: as a group, uncircumcised adult males have larger penises than those who were circumcised before puberty. What accounts for this? Most likely, residual scar tissue retards the normal rate of growth during puberty. Conceivably, disruption of the native vasculature, and the all-important blood supply, might also play a role in this.RBSS said:Has there been any comparison as to who gains better: circ or non-circ? I have been wondering if gains are limited due to being circumcised. If the skin is tight vice loose, then it seems length gains would be slower. Thoughts?
RBSS,RBSS said:smiley, what would the increase in blood flow of a heated/warmed penis be over non-heated?