Penis Regeneration Time, Your Penis Replaces Itself Every.....

Discussion in 'Penis Enlargement Forum' started by dillon, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. dillon

    dillon New Member

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    Does anyone know the time period for the penis to get fully regenerated???
    I know that:
    - Muscles get replaced every 6 months to 3 years
    - The pancreas replaces every 5-12 months
    - Our bones replace every 8 months to 4 years
    - Red blood cells replace every 90-120 days
    - The intestinal lining replaces every 5-30 days

    this would be highly beneficial to PEing as we increase our size and keep it for the length of regeneration then take a little time off then resume to get new gains!!!

    i'd be greatful to get some input on this!!!


    All the best in PEing

    DILLON
  2. Überschwanz

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    Human anatomy doesn't quite work that way dillon. Bones and muscles aren't actually "replaced." The stomach lining and blood cells are a different matter, however those cells are broken down and recycled as a natural consequence of the way they function in the body. If what you said were true, then there would be no such thing as scars for example. The theory behind penis enlargement is that new cells grow while old cells remain. New cells don't completely replace the original ones and you don't end up with a 100% new penis.

  3. dillon

    dillon New Member

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    thanks for your input Uberschwanz very much appreciated

    damn education sysetm they've been teaching me the wrong stuff, proberly true, ive never agreed with the education system as of the system they teach us under. nothing to do with this topic nether the less.

    remember this is just a theory and not absolutly true.
    as far as the muscle renewing themselves if they have life in them they must renew themselves as they expend energy, and the food we eat replaces that energy, and the protein continually builds them up if we were not to eat protein are muscles would eventually break down, and we'd be frail. same goes for all our body if it never had the enery replaced by our food intake dead cells wouldnt be replaced by new cells.

    anyways heres another theory whch i have found which supports your claim Uber.

    "Permanent cells" cannot divide; they cannot regenerate.
    There are several populations of cells that never divide. Skeletal muscle cells, cardiac muscle cells, and nervous system neurons never divide-they must last a lifetime. If members of these "permanent" cell populations are killed, they will not regenerate. Rather, they will be replaced by fibrous connective tissue. Fibrous connective tissue repair will restore continuity of the tissue but will not restore its function. In heart attacks, a patch of cardiac muscle cells is killed. Because cardiac muscle cells cannot regenerate, they are replaced by fibrous connective tissue that restores continuity but not function.

    Bones undergo a continuous process known as remodeling. In this process, old bone tissue is gradually replaced by new bone tissue.our bones are renewed every 8months to 4 yrs Every bone in the body is completely reformed about every 10 years. To maintain bone density, the body requires an adequate supply of calcium and other minerals and must produce the proper amounts of several hormones, such as parathyroid hormone, growth hormone, calcitonin, estrogen, and testosterone.

    If your skin is always renewing itself, how can you have a scar for life?
    The outer part of your skin, the epidermis, renews itself every 28 days as newly produced cells move up through the layers of skin, die when they reach the surface, and fall off. A scar forms when the epidermis and the layer of skin below it are injured and replaced by scar tissue. The scar tissue doesn’t produce new cells like the surrounding skin tissue; therefore, the scar never changes nor gets rubbed off like skin cells do.

    my conclusion to PE is that if our penis was able to grow tremendesly through adolecence due to certain chemical reactions, with the knowledge we have of our human anatomy and chemistry these days we will be able to mimic the same effects as in adolesence enabling an advancement in PE as far as the chances of this happening as PE being discrutinised by the medcal profession as seen as quackery it isnt highly likely unless theres there are people willing to do research of this off there own accord. i could talk on this subject for hours going into the psychological elements for the reasons PE aint being accepted in the medical world, widespread.

    remember everyone this is only a matter of one persons opinion. this is a world of paradox'es therefore is full of paradigms if one side is the truth the absolute oppposite must also be the truth, chose your own beliefs as in your heart and it will be the truth, there will always be cynics and optomistics the like neither is wrong.
  4. sikdogg

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    My understanding of how this works is that generally speaking, we have a finite number of exo-skeletal muscle cells and do not create more (with exceptions). We can enlarge them or reduce them based on diet and exercize. The cells do not die from lack of food, they will only die from lack of oxygen. The body would die from starvation due to systems failure before the muscle cells would. What starvation does is re-directs the use of amino acids from protein so that instead of being used for rebuild/repair of muscles to maintain size to that of an energy source. What this does is cause atrophy of muscles which will give that emaciated look.

    I agree that certain cells cannot divide (mitosis) but with regards to skeletal muscles, there is a way to actually increase the number of cells. HGH/IGF-1 supplementation has been known to cause hyperplasia in vivo. According to a paper by Bryan Haycock, MS, CSCS:

    "IGF-1 stimulates both proliferation (an increase in cell number) and differentiation (a conversion to muscle specific nuclei) in an autocrine-paracrine manner... Studies have shown that , when injected locally, IGF-1 increases satellite cell activity, muscle DNA content, muscle protein content, muscle weight and muscle cross sectional area (Adams,1998)."

    This proliferation of satellite cells when exposed to anabolic/androgenic hormones have an ability to become new muscle cells.

    With regards to the penis, it is not a skeletal muscle but instead a smoothe muscle. The type of tissue it is made up of is really irrevelent. What limits our ability to enlarge our penis' is the suspensory ligament and the tunica. Both are collagenous tissues and if you know anything about them, you know that they are very inelastic relative to other tissues. Only by applying enough stress on them to cause fatigue will we be able to cause them to expand.

    We can try but once a person has grown past puberty, there is very little we can do to reproduce the growth effects of adolescence. Once the the epiphyseal growth plates close, no amount of chemistry will spur additional growth.

    There have been guys that have tried using HGH and IGF-1 to cause penis enlargement with no success. The best way to enlarge one's penis is the old fashion way of tugging and squeezing.
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