@Big John

Thank you for your advice about waiting 6 months. I will be watching closely your your and others\' results to see how typical attrition is, and at what percentage. Hopefully, final gains will reveal themselves to be typically stabilized by 3rd month or earlier. We have already seen 2 members for which this was not the case, and fluctuations occurred after 3 months, if I am correct.

I found this post by Supa on the old boards, and used it to pre-calculate that it would be best for me to re-apply 20 cc\'s at 10% to reach my goal of b/w 5.75 and 6.0.

Supa:

\"A basic mathematical approach to justabitmore\'s conjecture.

Let\'s assume that the penis is a right circular cylinder. Then the volume of the erected penis is given by:

V = (1/4pi) x (erected length) x (

Girth) x (

Girth).

By applying the above formula it can be shown that Bill enjoys an increase in volume of 56% whereas Bob\'s volume increases by 21%.\"

I was a C student in math, so I\'ll just give it a shot at the risk of looking very dumb.

Pre-R1:

V =.25(3.14) x 7 x 5 x 5

V = 137.38

Currently 6 at base; 5.4 to 5.7 shaft measurements, depending on where along the shaft:

Forecasted Final Results (fool\'s bet, I know):

V = .25(3.14) x 7 x 5.5 x 5.5

V = 166.22

Gain from R1 (predicted): V = 28.84

I then calculated what increase in volume I would need to obtain 5.85 (safer than shooting for 5.75):

Desired Gain in Volume = 166.22 (current vol.) + G (gained vol. needed) = .25(3.14) x 7 x 5.8 x 5.85

G = 22.88

So, if R1 at 20 cc\'s of 10% brought me volume of 28.84, then should I be able to obtain 5.75 - 6.0 with a similar volume and 10% solution?