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Discussion in 'Penis Enlargement' started by D_Saundus Scythecocke, Aug 29, 2009.

  1. D_Saundus Scythecocke

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    I wish I had known about PE when I was a teenager. Back when I had the most testosterone and growth hormone running through me. Can you imagine doing PE during a growth spurt? Average guys like me could be absolute monsters now, if only I'd known. Any thoughts?
     
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    PE won't work... it is actually quite unhealthy to do, and in the end, if you don't do it for a while, you will be the same size again.
     
  3. Big Al

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    I disagree 100%, and so would the many men that have actually tried PE for any length of time that know how to maintain their gains.
     
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    You may be right about that. That may explain why some young men thrive on haphazard training regimens that wouldn't give results to older trainees.
     
  5. D_Saundus Scythecocke

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    I disagree with Pieter's statement as well, because over the last 4 weeks, I have noticed a bit of an enlargement (though not as much as I would have hoped). I'll just have to keep it up and cement my gains when I'm ready. Now I just need to find a time machine, lol! You're the man Al!
     
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    Thanks :)
     
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    Big Al, you dont seem to make much mention of supplements to increase hgh levels and testosterone, it can be done safely, have you researched it?
     
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    If you're testosterone levels are ok I wouldn't recommend "taking" extra testosterone.
    First of all your body could get used to it and decrease the own production which would make you physically addicted to this extra supply.
    Secondly a too high testosterone level does have several undesirable side effects.
    Don't ever mess with your hormone levels.
     
  9. Big Al

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    Some supplements "may" increase testosterone levels, but I prefer the exercise and diet approach- brief, intense weight workouts and a high protein diet to maintain a constant positive nitrogen balance. If there was a supplement that I had to recommend above all others, it would be a high quality protein shake.
     
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