Penis Pain & Injury - Caused by Penis Exercises


Many men are dissatisfied with their penis size and will resort to any measure to achieve a greater size. Some men pratice penile enlargement exercises or programs, including penile weight lifting programs. But these kinds of penile abuses can lead to inflammation, collagen-scarring and destruction of erectile nerves, tissues and blood vessels. Not surprisingly, these can lead to erectile dysfunction.

Penile exercises are an enemy of proper sexual function. There is NO guarantee that you will ever see any results but there is a guarantee that you will experience some sort of negative symptoms from trying. The only proper way to create a change in size is from within the body, not from outside methods.

Healthy penile enlargement requires elevating the production of prostaglandins E1 and E3, nitric oxide, cGMP, growth factors and small amounts of DHT. Penile ballooning can help your penile skin and tissues convert DHEA and testosterone into DHT; meanwhile, balloning can convert Omega-3 and Omega-6 into prostaglandins, which will grow your penis. Remember, growth is possible. You just need to make sure to be safe and not obsessive.

Compulsive behavior often leads to injury because the individual becomes overly focused on immediate size gratification, If you have already injured your penis, avoid stretching or pulling your penis and take rejuvenating & restorating herbs for recovery. These herbs help increase prostaglandin E1 and E3 necessary for tissue and nerve ending repair while elevating nitric oxide and cGMP levels for improved blood circulation.

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