Lig Pops Info

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Dr. Lin: 5/29/2003>
Yes! It is a delocation of the penile shaft. You have damaged the tissues or muscles that hold your erection upward; One muscle group is the penile-suspension ligament and tissue from your pubis and the other is the penile rooting near the bulbourethral glands as shown in the bottom of this link -
http://actionlove.com/image/fig6-17b.jpg
It also damages the penile nerves and blood vessels and thus affects your erection power and hardness. Your erection won't point upward any more as shown in the right two pictures in this link -
http://actionlove.com/image/penclass.jpg
 
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interesting!
 
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so for us that TRY to get lig pops through our length exercise are actually making it worse, this sux, any more confirmation, argument?
 

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jeez .... more bullshit ffrom Dr Lin , belive wotach want.
Read MY Explanation of lig pops in the boo boo band aid section, at the top as a sticky.
 
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Bah. Dr. Lin is full of crap. I've read a lot of his site and it's mostly BS. Just because he has "Dr." attached to the front of his name doesn't mean jack. We all know how reliable the medical community is on penis-related information.
 
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My penis has never pointed anything nearly as upward as in that second picture. If I'm not mistaken Dr. Lin is not an MD, if he is the guy I'm thinking of, so who knows what to think of him.
 

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I should also say the following, which is nothing more than my personal opinion.

While I've read a couple of folks say they regularly get lig pops, I have to think they should be approached with caution. It IS possible to damage the ligament and while a ligament pop is not an indication of such, it does mean you're doing some serious pulling, probably more than needed for gains. Who knows how close you're approaching to injury?
 
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Yeah I don't think Dr. Lin is an MD. But even if he was that doesn't mean anything. One of the penis pill companies has an MD that endorses their product and you know how well THOSE work.
 

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My doctor friend tells me that many of those guys that endorse junk products are doctros that have had their license to practice revoked. Not all of them of course, but it's something that has been done many times before.

"Dr." doesn't mean much. You can have a Ph.D. in anything and you're a "Dr.". That doesn't mean you're stupid, but that you can easily mislead people into thinking you're a physician, which is an area these people may know nothing about. I don't think of doctors as sources of irrefutable knowledge on every medical matter, but they sure carry more credibility than someone with an education in nutrition or metaphysics, when it comes to issues of anatomy and physiology.
 

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Isn't there only so much you can get from lig stretching anyway? The real gains are gonna come from stretching external dick. You don't wanna stretch your ligs TOO much, otherwise they won't be able to hold your dick up.
 

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james25 said:
An english teacher in my high school is a "Dr."
Exactly. He could start his own site, after reading up on shit and claim created and endorsed by Dr. John Doe and the average person, in the context presented, would assume him to be a physician.
 

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