View Full Version : Some observations...
March 8th, 2007, 22:03
I have made it successfully through airport security just last weekend. I guess not enough metal to set it off. While on this subject, has anyone ever tugged on a plane? If so did you experience burning and tightening during take off and landing, I sure did! I'm assuming it was from cabin pressure. And has anyone experienced burning, itching, and/or dry peeling skin at the base of your penis and along the edge of your glands? Am I tugging too hard? I've been at it for about 2 weeks and had to take 2 days off. Now I'm back on again. This is really a lifestyle and takes commitment, but I'm seeing results already. Not only in extra skin, but also sensitivity. Now when the shower hits my glans it's so sensitive, where prior to tugging 2 1/2 weeks ago I didn't even notice. Anyone else experiencing the same?
March 10th, 2007, 16:25
I have only been at this less than two months. I am finally starting to see some bunching of skin behind the glans as I was a tight cu. But the best part I have to agree with is the increase in sensitivity. I noticed the same in the shower. I am also older, so was at a point where I sometimes could not feel anything during sex. Boy has that changed. It's hard to believe what a difference and I'm only getting started, I can now feel the glans making contact internally, especially when my spouse is having an orgasm. Also my orgasms are much stronger. Won't stop now.
March 13th, 2007, 08:27
I don't see how cabin preassure could make your penis burn.... are you sure you weren't just nervous and it got kinda sweaty and it was tugging too hard?
March 13th, 2007, 20:24
Maybe the cabin pressure causes the foam to expand which would tighten against the skin. That's the only thing I can think it could be because it happened on two take offs and two landings. Try it and you'll see what I mean.
March 14th, 2007, 07:46
Cabin pressure might be the culprit and I suspect it may be increasing and decreasing the flow of blood into the penis and with a tugger/cone in place you may be more sensitive to the change occurring.
March 14th, 2007, 22:54
Cabin pressure might be the culprit
I'd be more inclined to suspect the limited movement afforded by airline seating.
March 15th, 2007, 23:16
But then why only during take off and landing, when cabin pressure is changing?
March 16th, 2007, 23:52
why only during take off and landing
I don't know. Maybe that's when the seatbelt sign stays on the longest so you can't adjust as readily.
March 20th, 2007, 05:54
I would tend to side with Ron on this one. I had a 1 hour flight followed by a one hour drive last Saturday and I experienced the exact same burning pain at about the last 10 minutes for each trip. I thought the head of my penis was being ripped off!!!
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