A Damaged Penis Equals a Shrunken Penis

Steve Sun's picture
By Steve Sun Conditions: Men's Penis Enlargement Penis Pain & Injury Age: 18 - 35

He damaged his penis and now it shrunk. He needs help!

Case #: 
370

Concern:

I read (and found) several methods for enhancing my penis size. Shots filled with silicon seemed both expensive and painful. Penile pumps were a bit too costly—not to mention unsafe. While penile stretches provided results, the duration and dedication seemed too much for me. Instead, I decided to try penile weightlifting. According to the weightlifting website, I could stretch my penis size by about an inch or two in little time. I saw the videos. I read the testimonials. I even signup on the forums to address my safety concerns. All the community members agreed: the method is safe so long as I do not exceed the weight limit.
 
Despite my efforts to keep myself safe, I feel as if I made a mistake in trying to enhance my size. Now, my penis is bruised. My sensation is non-existent. Even my erections do not feel the same. The worst part is that I have noticed my erections have shrunk. What have I done to myself?

Discussion:

Stretches, pumps, shots and weights all can rupture the blood vessels and damage nerve endings of the penis. You are not alone. Thousands of men suffer from the same circumstance. In your state, your penis has suffered traumatic injury.

You may be unable to gain an adequate erection due to the damage to the blood vessel your weights have caused. As for the shrinkage, the penis has taken severe damage causing tissue to become bruised and ruptured.
 
Damage Caused by Weights
Weights distort the nervous cells, fibers and synapses in the corpora, the area where nitric oxide and dilator cGMP are released. When these functions are disrupted,  essential neurotransmitters needed to power an erection are blocked, giving the appearance of a weak, small penis.

Because penile weights work on the premise that if the tissue is destroyed, the tissue cells will re-grow and enhance size. Except in most cases, the tissue cells do not re-grow but instead stay bruised and damaged. When the penis regains its erectile capacity, the erection may never be as hard—or as large—as it once was.
 
Taking The Proper Steps
You need to stop using the weights.  They caused severe destruction on your penile tissues and now you’re paying for it. Your body will need the necessary nutrients to repair the damage. Even with the right nutrients, you still will need months of rehab to repair the damage.

For an added boost, take the full advantage of healing herbs from MotherNature (SEE: Penile Injury & Damage Repair) that provide nutrients most foods cannot. Supplements too provide the body with an added boost needed to recover faster from an injury.

What to do


Penile Injury & Nerve Damage Repair For Penis Numbness

Penis numbness, inhibited ejaculation, and delayed orgasm disorder are often caused by penile nerve ending damage. If you suffer from penile pain, numbness or burising, try this solution. Read more
4
Average: 4 (4 votes)


2 comments



Comments

martinlu's picture
martinlu posted on Fri, 08/04/2017 - 11:22
Thank you for the Good article you wrote and I have to share my experience when I have an ED, I lost my life and no sex more than 3 years , one of the E-book help me to recover from ED within few days, now my life is back without any medicine and I am happy with my wife, if you facing ED problem, read this E-book it will save your life, i highly recommended to all
Read the full online guide from here  http://www.healthandrich.com/2s
Thank you for the online guide

 
VVxxVV's picture
VVxxVV posted on Thu, 03/20/2014 - 12:00
I thought that damaging your penis was bad enough news but when you realize it, it has shrunken too? This is horrible news. I hope he can fight through the struggle and repair his penis from the damage and restore his penis size too.
Copyright © HerbalLove. All rights reserved.

The information on this site is provided for informational purposes and is not meant to substitue for medical or physician advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
See the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy for more information.