Dishonorable Discharge – And Other Terrifying Side Effects of Penis Growth Exercises

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By Chris Scalise Conditions: Men's Penis Pain & Injury Causes: penis exercise Symptoms: painful penis painful urination Age: 18 - 35

He tried just about everything to enlarge his penis, and it left him with unspeakable pain, uncomfortable urination and even premature ejaculation. Hear his story, and find out how to avoid the pitfalls of aggressive penis enlargement.

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I have been doing penis enlargement for a little over a year now. I just stopped. I have pain from time to time in my penis, and I cannot reach an erection and keep it. My relationship is almost over because of this matter. I am so upset I feel like crying. I don't know what to do. I also have premature ejaculation, pain when urinating, and the sensation of urinating even when walking or sitting. Please, what can I do? Or am I damaged for life?


Your story is as old as homosapiens, and your pain is not surprising under the circumstances. Without a firm, functioning penis, we're not much more than human Ken dolls, and we all know that Ken's not getting much action (which is why Barbie must constantly turn to G.I. Joe for affection).
Aggressive penile enlargement exercises are commonly associated with the symptoms you're experiencing, as you have caused substantial injury to your penis. Before you panic, though, it's important to note that you aren't alone, and there are things you can do to reverse these symptoms. So you can tell Ken to suck it.
From Penis Enlargement to Penis Injury 
When it comes to penis enlargement, men tend to fall victim to a number of dangerous myths. These myths have long been debunked, but in their desperation, many poorly-to-moderately endowed guys still cling to them nevertheless. Penis pumps, Jelqing exercises and surgeries may sound enticing when you listen to the hype, but decades of clinical research have found them to be virtually useless for penis enlargement. Even Kegel exercises, when not performed in moderation can lead to severe injury.
Let's look at just some of the ways in which penile exercises can thwart your enlargement efforts and leave you feeling like a pro skateboarder who just took a rail between the legs.
First, there is the nerve and tissue damage. Pumps can rupture the sensitive tissue almost effortlessly, and prolonged stretching will do the same.
Second, you have the hormonal imbalances to contend with. When you abuse your penis, your body is forced to accommodate by over-producing key anti-inflammatory hormones. But some of these helpful hormones, like prostaglandin E-2, can actually have the opposite effect—functioning as inflammatory hormones—when they become overly abundant.
As a result, your penis, testicles, urethra and prostate become inflamed, leading to a variety of unpleasant symptoms including premature ejaculation, painful urination and constant, excruciating pain. So the answer isn't to whip, stretch and pump your penis into submission. The real solution quite literally comes from within.
Repairing the Damage
I'm going to recommend an herbal treatment that repairs damaged nerves and tissue while actually promoting penile growth factors. (TRY: Penile Trauma Recovery Herbal Formula) Herbs like Muira Puama, Pygeum Bark and Damiana restore hormone levels and repair damaged tissue, while herbs like Deer Antler and Sarsasparilla Jamaican promote natural growth by boosting hormones like HGH (human growth hormone) and prostaglandin E-1 and E-3. Remember not treat your penis like Stretch Arm Strong, and you won't have to worry about a broken toy between your legs.

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