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I was just thinking about Penis Enlargement gains and potential losses of these gains if stopping exercising completely. Some say that they have lost nothing while others mention big losses. I have not been investigating these comments but could they be related to age? When you are young the body has more flexibility and better capacity to adjust to temporary changes, e.g. in skin increment. The opposite is true when you are old leading to worse flexibility. This put together would indicate that the potential of losing your Penis Enlargement gains is bigger when you are young as compared to when you get old.

Am I right in this assumption?

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I think I was rambling too much. What I wanted to say is; older men keep their pe gains when stopping while younger men loses them faster.

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That's silly, why on earth would a younger guy lose gains faster? As I have replied in other threads...I have take over a year off and never lost gains.
 
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Originally posted by doublelongdaddy
I think as all men grow older they lose a small amount of size. In my opinion gain a small amount more than you really want and if this loss happens you will be happy anyway.
I'm with you here. I think the major reason for this is the less frequent erection capacity and independent if you have pe'ed or not!
The best thing to prevent this is SEX!

Which means if you fuck enough you don't need any maintenance-routine AFTER gains are cemented(!) and it's this cementing what may take longer time for young guys.
 

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Wouldn't aging help you keep gains? Your flesh isn't as supple and loses it's elasticity as you age, so wouldn't it be easier to hold onto gains going into old age because your cock won't be prone to "snapping back"?
 
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Originally posted by Godsize
Wouldn't aging help you keep gains? Your flesh isn't as supple and loses it's elasticity as you age, so wouldn't it be easier to hold onto gains going into old age because your cock won't be prone to "snapping back"?
Maybe this holds true for flaccid size but regarding erect size, read my post above.
 

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