Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by mjinga » Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:55 pm

So I've had my extender for two months and I've seen and tried all ways of wearing it but I still have issues, it's painful when I take it out and especially when I use the lavatory!!! Is there something that I'm missing .... any advice is greatly appreciated :)

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by nyguy25 » Tue Dec 31, 2013 2:00 pm

So i try the product over 1 year and doesn't work.
I try step by step, and i did all the pressure.
What else you recommend?

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by Twenty23 » Wed May 07, 2014 3:25 pm

What pumps good? Also does the same terms apply?

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by toronto » Wed Nov 19, 2014 11:29 am

All the info is gone... Can someone make a new thread with all the terminology and abbreviations that people use on this website? I see like 10 different abbreviations all the time.

By the way, I purchased my device off ***** about 6 months ago and started using it legitimately for about a week now. Too early to talk about any gains but I already feel like my penis is used to the stretching, and will add a quarter inch to the tension bars soon.

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by mackz12 » Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:18 pm

Welcome Toronto !

I don't know if this is exactly what you want.

BPEL- bone pressed erect length, this is how you should measure, as its the most consistent way.

EL- erect length

BPSFL- bone pressed stretched flaccid length

FL- flaccid length

EG- erect girth

FG-flaccid girth

PI-penis index, can be either positive or negative, and is important

EQ-erection quality

PE-penis exercises

These are the basics. If you have any others in mind that you are not sure about, just ask. Also, if any of my brothers here on the forum need to add to this listing, please , do so.

Toronto, again, welcome. You will find the support and knowledge here that you need. Just take it easy at first, and work up to the time and tension. I am proof that results are possible, but it took me time and effort to get to where I am now, both in results, and in my workout routine. Remember, it is a marathon not a sprint. While everyone is different, if you are consistent, and put in the time, I am convinced you will see results.

Happy stretching !

Mackz

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by toronto » Thu Nov 20, 2014 9:46 am

Thank you, this is exactly what I was referring to. Can you explain the concept of "penis index" and why it's important?

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by mackz12 » Thu Nov 20, 2014 8:02 pm

Hey Toronto !

I fear I may have confused you and others with the use of the term Penis Index which I use for PI (I just remember it easier that way) PI is properly Physiologic Indicators. Again, sorry about my bad use of terminology.
PI's are essentially observable physical responses to the forces applied in PE, which includes exercises, extending, pumping, hanging. As I indicated earlier, the are positive, and negative PI's. There are also neutral PI's.

Negative PI's are
pain
decrease of night time and morning erections
decrease of hardness of erection
numbness
discoloration
loss of size

Positive PI's are
larger flaccid size
increased night time and morning erections
increased hardness of erections

Neutral PI's are
temporary contraction of penis after a PE workout
redness
spotting
slight achiness of the penis
edema

These examples are not all inclusive, if you see something else, or if these examples concern you, stop with your PE, and if warranted consult your doctor.

PI's are an important part of your PE program. For example : If your are extending for say 6 consecutive days and you notice a decrease in morning erections, your body is telling you it needs a break.

Hope this gives you some useful information, and if you have further question, please ask. Again. Im sorry for my confusing and poor use of terminology (but like I said, Penis Index is how I remember PI instead of its proper term of Physiologic Indicators), to you and others.

Happy Stretching !


Mackz

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by earny » Tue Apr 14, 2015 8:13 am

hello everyone just got my extender there was no instructions on how my penis should be soft or hard when I put it on and where do I find basic rules on warming up and taking breaks the dvd does show anything but how to assemble got it assembled now do it go on soft in the middle or hard.

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by bodem » Tue May 05, 2015 12:01 am

Good talk

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by -Nick- » Fri Jul 22, 2016 10:52 pm

Based on the replies, it looks like the person who started this thread made some valuable posts that are now lost. I want this forum to succeed, so here's a word of advice:

Don't delete posts unless they're spam or worse. There has to be something in the admin settings that allows you to ban someone without deleting his positive contributions.

I just joined today and I feel like never coming back. Communities like this are supposed to be a resource. This particular community can't really afford to lose popular posts for no good reason. It isn't like it has deep archives of information and tons of active users. (If you do want those things, deleting good posts won't help.)

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by straal1969 » Sun Jul 24, 2016 9:38 am

-Nick- wrote:Based on the replies, it looks like the person who started this thread made some valuable posts that are now lost. I want this forum to succeed, so here's a word of advice:

Don't delete posts unless they're spam or worse. There has to be something in the admin settings that allows you to ban someone without deleting his positive contributions.

I just joined today and I feel like never coming back. Communities like this are supposed to be a resource. This particular community can't really afford to lose popular posts for no good reason. It isn't like it has deep archives of information and tons of active users. (If you do want those things, deleting good posts won't help.)
Welcome to the forum Nick. Your observations are correct. I the found the deleted posts disconcerting when I first came on here. There are more active and current penis enlargement forums. Try a goggle a each on the term thundersplace.
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Cheers, my starting stats
BPFL= 5.0" 12.7cm
FG=4.0" 10.2cm
BPEL=7.0" 17.8cm
EG= 4.5" 11.4cm

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by lol5535 » Tue Jan 03, 2017 3:35 pm

wait...where's the original post?
can anyone tell me what he shared? thanks

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by straal1969 » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:06 pm

lol5535 wrote:wait...where's the original post?
can anyone tell me what he shared? thanks
it happened a long long time ago in a galaxy far far away...
Cheers, my starting stats
BPFL= 5.0" 12.7cm
FG=4.0" 10.2cm
BPEL=7.0" 17.8cm
EG= 4.5" 11.4cm

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Re: Useful Information: Basic Terminology for Beginners

Post by Joshjay » Tue May 09, 2017 7:26 pm

Very informative. Won't pee with it on. Haha

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