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  • #16
    Originally posted by rbi99 View Post
    While no kind of medical professional, I believe that growth within a smooth muscle cell is limited. Skeletal muscle cells have no limit and can grow to a very large size via micro tears and recovery. Smooth muscle cells can only take in a limited amount of nutrients, and in order to fully eliminate waste products within the cell, the same thing applies. If smooth muscle cells grow too large, they either die or divide (mitosis). It is my belief that it is not the increase in size of the smooth muscle cells that adds girth, but rather it is the increase in the number of smooth muscle cells. There is much more going on down there for sure, but I believe this is part of it. I have tried to find the dissertations regarding smooth muscle cell growth where I learned of this, but can't find them now/
    Not calling you out but smooth muscle tissue does indeed grow via hypertrophy just like skeletal and cardiac muscle. Smooth muscle can also 'grow' unlike the other muscle tissues by dividing via hyperplasia.

    Source: https://opentextbc.ca/anatomyandphys...smooth-muscle/
    Start: 01/2020 - BPEL - 6 1/2" EG - 5 7/8"
    Latest measurement: 05/2020 - BPEL - 6 7/8" EG - 6 1/8"

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    • #17
      Originally posted by solidlength View Post
      Not calling you out but smooth muscle tissue does indeed grow via hypertrophy just like skeletal and cardiac muscle. Smooth muscle can also 'grow' unlike the other muscle tissues by dividing via hyperplasia.

      Source: https://opentextbc.ca/anatomyandphys...smooth-muscle/
      Umm guys you are basically saying the same thing the amount of muscle increases by an increase in the number of muscle cells caused mostly by hyperplasia aka mitosis. Which is a different method than skeletal muscle which grows by hypertrophy( or so current understanding contends)

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Big Al View Post
        Smooth muscle is allowed to expand via expansion of the tunica and fascia, and further length is gained from extending the suspensory ligament.
        Forgeting lig gains for the moment The tunica and fascia are stretched allowing more blood to be helg but this would lower eq except that smooth muscle also increases ??? Have I got this right ? How do girth vs length gains play into this.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Pegasus View Post
          Umm guys you are basically saying the same thing the amount of muscle increases by an increase in the number of muscle cells caused mostly by hyperplasia aka mitosis. Which is a different method than skeletal muscle which grows by hypertrophy( or so current understanding contends)
          Two ways to grow: Hypertrophy (same as cardiac and skeletal) or Hyperplasia. I did not make any claim as to how smooth muscle tissue 'mostly' grows.
          Start: 01/2020 - BPEL - 6 1/2" EG - 5 7/8"
          Latest measurement: 05/2020 - BPEL - 6 7/8" EG - 6 1/8"

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Pegasus View Post
            Forgeting lig gains for the moment The tunica and fascia are stretched allowing more blood to be helg but this would lower eq except that smooth muscle also increases ??? Have I got this right ? How do girth vs length gains play into this.
            I have often thought this to be true anecdotally. If you ever see some really well endowed guys in porn they typically have what appears to be a pretty flaccid hard erection. I have often wondered if you get to have a certain size penis if your veins/arteries do not size accordingly to supplement the necessary volume of blood to the penis to achieve a 10/10 erection. Just thought though, no hard evidence. (pun intended)
            Start: 01/2020 - BPEL - 6 1/2" EG - 5 7/8"
            Latest measurement: 05/2020 - BPEL - 6 7/8" EG - 6 1/8"

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            • #21
              Originally posted by solidlength View Post
              Not calling you out but smooth muscle tissue does indeed grow via hypertrophy just like skeletal and cardiac muscle. Smooth muscle can also 'grow' unlike the other muscle tissues by dividing via hyperplasia.

              Source: https://opentextbc.ca/anatomyandphys...smooth-muscle/
              Interesting! The article states smooth muscle may grow via hyperplasia and hypertrophy.

              It would be great to see how this plays out with penis enlargement. Are the cells passively expanding, or is actual cellular growth in the smooth muscles being made.
              Last edited by Big Al; 03-26-2020, 02:31 PM.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Pegasus View Post
                Forgeting lig gains for the moment The tunica and fascia are stretched allowing more blood to be helg but this would lower eq except that smooth muscle also increases ??? Have I got this right ? How do girth vs length gains play into this.
                Whatever the scenario, corresponding size gains should be accompanied by corresponding EQ gains. If the systems which maintain EQ don't keep up with size gains it may lead to lessened overall EQ- despite gains in size.
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