Regarding what prevents our size restrictions from expanding to ever greater dimensions it is useful to understand something about what mechanisms are present in the rather complex dynamics of the penis, its vascular engorgement and blood retention. For starters let us concentrate on something too often neglected, the role of the tunica albuginea:
Of the smooth muscle cells in the penis the tunica albuginea - JustAnswer www.justanswer.com/health/3e3ew-smooth-m...a.html#ixzz1R2wl6q3J
This tunica is what is called a \"soft muscle\" and for this reason it might be useful to see how it can be coaxed into assisting rather than resisting our stretching efforts. For this reason it might be that there would be applications for a substance called Atropine which is a soft muscle relaxant. Atropine has been used to enhance erections for certain patients with erectile dysfunction who do not respond well enough to single component injections or even to TriMix using three separate substances. It is the fourth component mixed in with TriMix to make QuadMix and this apparently leads to nearly total success in establishing lasting hard erections.
While Atropine can be used in injected form through the tunica it might be expected that it could also possibly be applied in a topical gel using DMSO to ensure it full penetration into the soft muscle tissues? However care must be taken that too frequent applications or excessive doses won\'t disrupt the normal functioning of these muscles in regulating the vascular flows to the penis, the extended long duration engorgement of the penis possibly leading to oxygen starvation, gangrene and necrosis if the tunica retains blood in the penis in excess of 4 hours. For some penile anatomy here\'s a link to some definitions and descriptions:
We will note that we can only have an erection which hardens, enabling reproductive penetration, thanks to the RESISTANCE of the tunica. However it is this very resistance which can prevent further stretching and size increases... And finally here is a link to a well written description of the tunica albuginea by Dr Richard Howard II presented with anatomical illustrations:
There is nonetheless a possibility that Potassium Aminobenzoate better known as Potoba which is a B3 Vitamin can soften the tunica, especially if applied to the shaft with DMSO. Potassium Aminobenzoate is used to treat conditions that cause skin or tissues to harden, including scleroderma, dermatomyositis and Peyronie\'s disease. Oral powder and tablet forms can be mixed with cold water or juice. It is recommended to be ingested 4 times daily with a snack. Among side effects are hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), nausea, loss of appetite, fever or a mild skin rash. So you need to be careful if you have diabetes or kidney problems and it should not be combined with sulfa antibiotics such as Bactrim, Cotrim, Proloprim, Septra, SMX / TMP or Trimpex.
It therefore appears to this neophyte that PE can be accomplished by one of several means. One is the sort of tearing and rebuilding which body builders do with their muscles, thus one undertakes quite forceful manual PE to stress the tissues enough that they will disrupt and reform in a longer or thicker way. Another is that one can actually stimulate natural growth processes by signaling one\'s organ to grow, apparently while this is usually done by nature during hormonal adolescence, it can be simulated later in life using similar hormones to pursue that very process. Finally there is surgery whereby one physically modifies the shape and size, grafting onto the existing with various means, some of which are additional implants and others which are used to stimulate fibrous collagen growth of different natures depending upon the fillers used.