Hey guys, I don't know if this exact way of thinking has been discussed lately but it seems that people aren't doing it so I'd like to bring it to light.
It seems that when we talk about girth gains, we tend to talk about stretching the tunica. However, Im starting to think there might be a better way. Many of you are probably familiar with the medical literature on the first "penis reduction surgery". If you aren't familiar with it, to sum it up for ya: a 17 year old suffered a couple episodes of priapism and developed a functional megalophallus nearly the size of a football. Sex was impossible for him because of the size, so he got a penis reduction surgery. The penis was fully functional though despite its size. Just too big for penetration into a vagina.
NOW, the interesting part to me is this.. the doctors of that surgery said in the article that the penis had massive amounts of HEALTHY, FIBROUS BLEEDING tissue and smooth muscle. It was not just an overly stretched tunica that could hold more blood. It was actually new tissue growth that resulted from hypoxia (reduced blood oxygen). It's also important to note that his penis grew to this insane size FOLLOWING the priapism, not during.
We know that hypoxia results in growth of collagen and smooth muscle. So why are we not more focused on cutting off blood oxygen more often (for short periods) with the goal of stimulating hypoxic growth of new tissue?
Maybe something along the lines of tying off an erection until the penis turns purple and then releasing for a few minutes and repeating this several times per session to stimulate tissue growth? Any thoughts on this??