Monday, 19 September 2011

To solve phimosis (tight foreskin)

The penis basically consists of 3 balloons that fill with blood on erection.. See Diagram:

This page shows functions and mobility:

Masturbating can be damaging to the penis if you apply too much pressure. It damages the spongy tissue chambers of the penis. Consequently the 3 spongy chambers do not fill out with blood and expand the skin. Normal healthy penises will get spontaneous erections, especially at night and in the morning.  If you damage the structure of the penis, this does not happen.  Consequently, you end up with a tight foreskin.  A sensitive glans (head) is a sign of damage. 

So what you need to do is allow repair to happen. Don't masturbate as much. And when you do masturbate, don't do it for a long time. Your body will repair what needs to be repaired.  It can't repair if it is in use.

Another minor factor.  Too much masturbation (especially with the wrong technique) can cause micro-tears in the skin, which form scar tissue; scar tissue is less elastic than unscarred tissue.

So, make sure you are not using a damaging masturbation technique. Just lightly grip the penis and move the foreskin up and down. The penis was not meant to have large pressure applied in a death grip.  The vaginal walls are soft and the action of intercourse is merely to move the foreskin up and down.

Once the inside structure starts to repair, the 3 spongy chambers of the penis will inflate to their proper position and this should expand the outside skin.  There will also be extra 'give' when trying to pull the foreskin down. To understand what I mean by this, imagine pulling a jumper sleeve with a small hole over a long balloon.  The balloon doesn't fit through the hole at first, but if you pull hard, the balloon comes through the hole because the balloon compresses and gets narrower.  By restoring the sponginess of the penis you make it easier to pull the foreskin down.

 In time, if you follow this advice, it will then be easier to retract the foreskin over the head.

Sunday, 18 September 2011

To prevent nightime ejaculation

During sleep you cannot pull the foreskin back and so the foreskin covers the pee-hole when you get an erection.  If you haven't masturbated for a while, there is the danger of night-time ejaculation.  On ejaculation, the covered peehole causes a blockage of the semen when it ejaculates through with no outlet.  This is very painful and can burst and damage the chambers of the penis. Which then takes quite a while to repair. So you must try to prevent night-time ejaculation.  Here is how:

1)Have a cold shower before bedtime.  It must be cold as your body gets steadily warmer and so you must disperse this heat.
2)Do not think sexy thoughts before bed.
3)If you wake up in the middle of the night, don't go back to sleep.  So for instance, if you go to bed at say 10pm and wake up at 4am, do not go back to sleep.  From my own experience, I noticed you usually ejaculate on these "second sleeps" rather than the deeper first sleeps.  I'd advise to read a book, watch tv or listen to music.  Avoid earphones as they can damage your hearing and cause tinnitus (a constant ringing).

Guide for teens to maximise penis size

Tips to increase penis size:
You should do the following from the ages of 14 to 21.

1.Stay lean, thin and muscular with exercise such as running and weights.
2.Eat well.
3.Don't masturbate too much, and when you do, don't damage penis by applying too much pressure

Exercise increases testosterone, the male hormone.  Weights are especially good for this.
Being thin means less cholesterol (the fatty stuff that clogs blood vessels), consequently testosterone is more effective.
Being thin also means there is more blood flow to the penis; so when you get spontaneous erections it stretches out the 3 spongy chambers of the penis.  See diagram:
Don't masturbate too much as this depletes energy and effects hormone levels.  The penis was not designed for the strong pressure of the hand.  Over-masturbation is likely to damage the delicate spongy chambers of the penis.  This leads to energy being diverted into repairing the penis rather than growth.
I would avoid spending time on the computer as this resists the temptation to look at porn and masturbate.  Also the electro-magnetic radiation from the monitor is not good for you if your head/brain is too close to it.
You should be getting spontaneous erections.  Erections are good for expanding out the penis with blood.  This happens a lot during sleep.
So be thin, muscular and don't masturbate too much.
Other masculine traits will result from this too: deep voice, angular jaw, pronounced forehead and big space between eyes.

Monday, 29 August 2011

Some evidence (case studies)


I have only just read that it is not normal to not be able to retract your foreskin when you are either flaccid or erect and I cant do it with both. Ive read that it could be due to a strange masturbation technique such as 'masturbating through clothes or simply just rubbing the penis under clothes' Ive realised that ive been doing this pretty much everyday since I can remember and Im now 21. If I stop this kind of masturbation will my perpetuial ring widen and allow my glans to emerge? Im reluctant to go to the doctors to tell anyone about it and circumcizion is OUT OF THE QUESTION for me. please help me with advice!

Yahoo Answers, 2010

I have never been able to pull my foreskin back - ever - and, silly as it may sound, it only recently came to my attention that this may actually be... well, not the norm. After hearing this, I did a bit of research online to discover that the condition is called 'phimosis'. Honestly, it's very sensitive if I try to retract it and I have some kind of psychological block where the fear of it being painful prevents me from trying too much.

Seems that in some people it can be caused by infection, but there is also a school of thought which suggests that it can also be caused by 'prone' masturbation - another fancy term I was unfamiliar with. Prone masturbation is just a posh way of saying, 'masturbation by lying face down on the bed and humping the mattress'. Ahem.

Anyway, that's the only masturbation technique I've ever practised and never thought anything of it until I read all this a few days ago. There are plenty of debates about the whole thing though, whether or not there actually is a link between one's technique and the development of phimosis. So, that left me all a bit confuzzled. Then, there's another theory which suggests that prone masturbation can lead to sex drive problems in later life - although that conclusion was based on a ridiculously small study sample and isn't widely accepted as fact.

Based on the theory that 'prone' technique causes phimosis, it has been suggested that the condition can be cured if the person stops that technique completely and just does it the 'conventional' way. Which is fine, except that because I'm so used to doing it 'prone' (such a silly term), wanking in the conventional sense doesn't really do it for me. There's a slight arousal, followed by... well, boredom generally. But all of this is based on a theory rather than proven fact, so I'm a bit confused.

Anyway, thanks to the internet I now feel like an insecure and slightly concerned freak. I don't know, does any of this chime with anyone else?

fmforums, 2011:

3. Beauge, a French doctor found a link between masturbation practices and phimosis.