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Author Topic: There's VED and Traction, but what about hanging?  (Read 436 times)

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There's VED and Traction, but what about hanging?
« on: November 13, 2021, 02:39:56 PM »

I was just thinking about hanging a very light weight from the penis in order to put a light mechanical strain on the scar tissue. If they have trialled VED and traction in clinical environments and decided that this is safe or potentially beneficial, why would hanging not be?

You could control the weight, make it very light. You could work out with a physician how to hang to place most emphasis on the scar etc....

I think this method has potential.

In the penis enlargement world this is a huge thing. But I'm talking just going super, super light. Using natural forces to apply traction rather putting our knobs in uncomfortable contraptions!

Would love to hear your thoughts chaps.

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Re: There's VED and Traction, but what about hanging?
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2021, 06:04:15 AM »

would make sense, also if there was a way of doing very light nocturnal traction without risk of hurting yourself it would be a gamechanger!
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Re: There's VED and Traction, but what about hanging?
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2021, 05:48:13 PM »

From my understanding hanging is more of an ‘advanced’ technique, e.g. read Thunders place on it. It’s a way to get very high tension but obviously not easy to control it for any length of time if you are moving at all. As he said it has a steep and sharp learning curve! And that you shouldn’t do any form of PE while sleeping. It’s roughly analogous to using steroids in bodybuilding.
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Re: There's VED and Traction, but what about hanging?
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2021, 09:24:34 AM »

Yes, it's advanced if you're gonna follow their kind of protocol, but we would need one specifically for us.

I feel that the gravitational constant is a really great way to apply an omnidirectional force to the relevant cells. Peyronies Disease stiffens and shortens the tissues, improvements have been made by the constant pull of traction, so why can't that traction come from Earth using a very very light, but consistent force via a small weight.
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Re: There's VED and Traction, but what about hanging?
« Reply #4 on: November 22, 2021, 06:44:39 PM »

Well you can, e,g. Over the shoulder or over a pulley while sitting, over the edge of a bed. It seems as if people doing hanging are going for heavier tension for shorter periods because for lighter tension it’s more convenient to use a strap or extender. And if you are walking around I guess you have to prevent the weight from swinging around. Ultimately they all are just applying tension, but is interesting that for hanging they use quite different clamping techniques than you see for the other tension sources.
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Re: There's VED and Traction, but what about hanging?
« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2021, 01:13:46 PM »

Yeah personally I think there is potential here. It certainly would benefit from medical assessment/investigation.
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