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Penis Enlargement
"The science behind it"


We have poured over recent journals and reports and we have learned that recent studies conducted by scientist D.J. Millward have shown that muscle cells (including the ‘corpora cells’ within the penis) are surrounded by thin sheaths of connective tissue: the endoysium, perimysium, and epimysium.

These layers can be pictured as exceptionally tough layers of plastic wrap snugly surrounding each cell (and groups of cells). In order for each cell to enlarge, the tough, fibrous connective tissue surrounding the cell must be stretched to a larger diameter. Think of these layers as ‘girdles’ that restrict cell expansion.

The human body responds; grows, develops, and adapts; to physical stimulation and exercise. The tendons, ligaments, muscle fibers, and cellular tissue stretch and heal to adapt to new stressors on them (Berne, Levy, Koeppen, & Stanton, 1998). This is the innate physiology of the human body, to grow and adapt to change, and all tissue in the body responds to the various stressors exerted on it.

Penis enlargement programs rely upon this innate ability of muscle fibers to stretch and grow to accommodate exercise, along with the tendons and ligaments. However, the penis is not made up of muscle tissue, but it is affected by the ligaments attaching it to the pubic bone. In addition, the erectile tissue, corpora cavernosa, is a spongy tissue containing distensible blood spaces, which increases in size when blood is pumped into it (Martini, 1998).

The corpora cavernosa in the male penis is similar in construction to the pore cells in marine life called sponges. Repeatedly stretching the pore cells in a live sponge will cause it's absorption pores to expand and heal in this expanded state to adapt to the minute tearing of the cellular walls of the pores, thereby making the pore cells larger and more capable of absorbing more water and nutrients.

The corpora cavernosa is a live tissue which responds similarly in the manner of a sponge (Martini, 1998); therefore, continuous stretching and healing should cause the distensible blood spaces to increase their ability to absorb more blood, as a sponge does with water , and thereby increase actual size of the erectile tissue.

For a bodybuilder, the blood rushing into the muscle during resistance weight training (also known as "the pump ") stretches the layers, forcing them to rebuild in slightly larger and larger shapes. Now, to increase the size of your penis, you must somehow stretch the connective layers that surround your erectile tissue.

The external exercises men perform with natural penis enlargement programs stimulate the connective layers of the penis to achieve, after repeated sessions, permanent increase in size and strength. These exercises do not cause new cells to appear – simply, pre-existing cells are forced to increase in size a small amount each time the exercises are performed. During the rest period between the exercises day, your body will rebuild itself a little bigger and stronger and with time and persistence you will begin to see measurable results.

To understand the basics behind penis enlargement, one must understand the basic structural anatomy of the penis, how erection occurs, and the mechanics of how penile tissue can be strengthened and enlarged.
 
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WOW, that has to be one of the best articles concerning medicine and Penis Enlargement I've read in like forever!
 
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I know what you mean SWM. All we've ever heard from the medical community is a close minded "NPenis Enlargement is only a temporary fix, that you only end up bleeding, gains are minimal, etc. etc. etc., etc.". Its refreshing to see that our methods are starting to be accepted within a professional community. Only 20 more years before Penis Enlargement goes mainstream fella's!!!
 
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Hey WaxN, do you have the actual athour's names and the title (preferably with journal of publication) so that we can reference this properly. Makes the case for Penis Enlargement that much stronger and accurate reference details only helps.
 
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I'd like to add to that something that I found and posted over at thunders place:

"Infrared heat increases the extensibility of collagen tissues. Tissues heated to 45C (112F) and then stretched exhibit a nonelastic residual elongation of about 0.5 to 0.9 percent that persists after the stretch is removed. This does not occur in these same tissues when stretched at normal tissue temperature. Thus 20 stretching sessions can produce a 10 – 18% increase in length in tissues heated and stretched."

This in combination with the exercises has to be a good thing?
 
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The protein collagen is the major component in structural tissue in the body. Are you implying that even skeletal muscles act this way? I never have to work out after applying heat and stretching a few times? Or what about the ligs? Is this true with them?

The effect is only temporary. I wish it were that easy.
 
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The site I pulled that from was related to athritis/joint pain etc. It was talking about increasing range of movement, so I didn't read it as skeletal muscle primarily (perhaps fascia?), since it is elastic by nature, where as Type I collagen fibres are very dense and inelastic.

I made a rapid (0.25" in 5 days) gain after applying this, but then nothing at all in the following week. To me that was very significant since in my Entire Penis Enlargement history (a patchy 2 years), I'd only ever made 0.25" (making a total now of 0.5").

I don't have any science to back this up, I don't even have much anecdotal evidence. I just thought that stretching these tough fibers to encourage growth might be a lot more effective if you can stretch the 'framework' onto which the growth/repair occurs(?)
 

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So were you doing just tunica stretches , or both tunica and ligs after applying the heat? Think I'll go do my stretching routine in the hot tub later.

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Pulling from the glans straight out, and in circular motions. I was using a heat pad, which is not the best shape to get heat to the ligs if it's wrapped around the shaft. A bit of thought could make a 'penis heat pad' that you could leave in place for the stretches , but I would have thought any heat source would do. To be honest I found that the rice sock was better, but it goes from too hot to handle to not warm enough far too quickly. The pad has a trigger switch that allows more control.

Has anyone used one of those flax seed pads?
 
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The reason why is on the cellular level. Heat will allow the individual cells to hypertrophy with less stress. Again I say this isnt permanent. It would have to be continued indefinitely. Without the proliferation of cells then the hypertrophied cells will regain its former size over time. Or its possible they might die from lack of needed nutrients to maintain its size.
 
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It might work. I have to say I may be wrong about this. I have seen a bit more evidence that points to his theory being correct.



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Collagen is known for having a very poor blood supply (hence it's tendancy to be whiteish compared to say skeletal muscle, and why tendon injuries take so long to heal). So I guess your nutrient starvation point would be very valid. However, applied heat and lots of forced/nightly erections should both help towards this goal I would have thought. Perhaps that is why people using viagra or similar reports quicker gains(?)
 
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The cells in the penis feed off of one thing and one thing only. This is DHT (Rc) or T (Rc) Well I guess that two things..Once inside the nucleus it become DHT/T (Rn). Without one of those then the cell dies and becomes scar tissue. If you look any further than the cellular level then you are not achieving growth.

The thing is that heat would allow the enzymes to bind at a much greater rate as well as the AR. It is possible that the cells hypertrophy and then divide due to better DHT/T (Rc) binding rate.

This is the simple explanation of this. It is much more complex than I will get into right now. The difference between scar tissue and growth will depend of this.
 
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I would like to add that cortisol is commonly known to break down muscle but did you know that it lowers Testosterone and slows collagen formation?

On top of this, it acts in some ways to lower blood flow to extremities. It may be the closest thing to an anti GH there is. Maybe you should look more into that?
 
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I've read a thread recently somewhere (I think it was about the Uli thing) where he mentioned that he got some of his best gains whilst being hypocalorific.

Is it reasonable to assume that that would also reduce collagen formation? I had assumed (yes, I know) that encouraging collagen deposition was the aim, but now I'm not so sure - at least not for the short term if we were to cycle (stretch cycle then growth/repair cycle for example).
 
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There is a fine line there. Collagen increases with age in the penis. This is linked to lower levels of T and DHT. The way I see it is that collagen is the building block for smooth muscle. You need it but not too much.

Too much collagen will lead to scar tissue. Ideally you would want more smooth muscle than the unfinished version. But, the info on this is few and far apart. So I cant say for certain.

I could be wrong about the collagen/smooth muscle relationship in general. I just have had a seriously hard time finding info pertaining to this. I am beginning to wonder if science even knows.

There isnt one answer here, there is a combination of a thousand variables.
 
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I should say at this point that I am completely unqualified in these matters, so anything ridiculous about these thoughts is simply ignorance on my part rather than alleged fact

I was working on the (again) assumption that collagen was the building block, and something else (hormones?) was the architect. *If* that analogy holds true, then too much collagen wouldn't be and issue, if it was merely surplus to requirements and therefore not used.

Another area I have confusion with is where the fibers are in alignment with the direction of stress they tend to be stronger, which they do as an adaption to stress. Yet, I've also read that highly cross linked fibers are less flexible. I'm having a hard time deciding which we want to happen whilst Penis Enlargement is still a work in progress.

I think possibly we would want to limit collagen deposition (or prevent extreme deposition at least) in order to be able to continue gains, without hitting a level or torsional strength that cannot be overcome without doing damage to peripheral tissues. If for example it became necessary to hang 50lbs in order to make progress, progress would effectively be over, due to the body's successful adaptation over its environment. Perhaps this is where change in routine/shock routines etc can keep the body guessing?
 
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Yes, I agree except for the level of collagen/smooth muscle. Collagen can not react to stimuli as smooth muscle does. The more collagen produced would effectively limit the relaxation/contraction effect seen in smooth muscle.
 

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