Your Penis Anatomy
And How Stretching Works To Gain Length:
Your penis is an incredible organ. It's tissue
structures are complex and very adaptable. They have to be for
the penis to do what it does! These same chracteristics make it
possible for the penis to be enlarged with the use of traction
force. Let's take a closer look:
The Penis Anatomy:
main penis anatomy components we are concerned with for elongation
are the suspensory ligiments, the tunica and the cavernosa chambers:
Suspensory Ligaments: These are a group of
ligaments that attach penis to the pubic bone. It is these ligaments
that are severed in enlargement surgery. But it's safer and just
as effective to length them with traction.
Tunica: The tunica is a tough fibrous sheath
surrounding the prnile chambers. It is just as inmportant to stretch
the tunica to allow the penil chambers more room to expand with
The Penile Chambers: there are three chambers
within the penis, two called Corpus Cavernosa and a single chamber
underneath called the Corpus Spongiosum. These chambers fill with
blood to give you an erection.
How Stretching Works:
Penis stretching adds length to your penis
by using traction to assist the human body's natural ability to
change and develop under physical influence.
By exposure to a durable and regular traction,
the cells in the penis chambers, tunica and suspensory ligament's
begin to divide and multiply, thus increasing the tissue length
Your penis adapts to the traction by growing
until there is no more force being exerted. More force are then
applied to increase traction again and allow the penis to increase
in size some more. This process continues until you reach your
This cycle of traction, adaptaion and growth
is nothing new. In fact, it's been practiced for over 2,000 years
by various cultures around the world. The neck lengthening exploits
of the Paduang tribe of Burma is a well-documented example of
you read Nation Geographic or watch Discovery Channel, you may
be familiar with some of the more extreme examples of traction.
For example the use by African tribal peoples and Amazonian indigenous
tribes of lip disks, ear disks or neck rings to stretch these
body parts to almost unbelievable size or length.
Throughout history, many cultures have used
stretching to increase the size of the penis. The Sadhus holy
men of India, Peruvian Cholomecs and Papua Indians of New Guinea
who ritually employ penis stretching to lengths of up to 22 inches!
There are numerous other cultural examples of this type of penis
Today, traction is the medical term
for carefully calibrated, continuous pressure applied to help
with healing after surgery, injury, trauma or burns. Simply put,
it means stressing tissues by stretching, and then allowing the
body to rebuild itself naturally.
Examples are mastectomy patients, who require
expansion of the skin and muscle in the chest prior to reconstructive
surgery; penis enlargement surgery patients, who employ traction
to help heal, strengthen and straighten the penis; and burn patients,
who can create their own skin grafts by means of traction which
"stretches" or enlarges an area of tissue prior to transplant.
Even legs and arms are safely lengthened using traction.