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4MO: Important Note

Saturday, December 12, 2009


Important Note

As with all exercise, it’s important to implement progressive resistance that is, to increase the intensity of the exercises to keep gaining. One must note, however, that Mr P, although pretty tough in its composition, can be damages by over-vigorous activity.

As a beginner , you should proceed rather carefully, and increase the intensity of your exercises gradually. NEVER induce pain!

As you get more advanced, you can work up to the point of SLIGHT discomfort. Note that bringing on pain can cause the blood vessels in the Mr P to rupture, resulting in bruising and/or blistering.

Within a first couple of weeks you will probably notice a HEAVY feeling and some enlargement of your glans. This is perfectly normal and good as long as there is no pain or loss of sensation involved with the swelling.

If there is, you’re definitely using too much pressure! This good swelling is the first sign of growth.

At this point you may also notice small, light-coloured stretch marks on your Mr P. This is also a part of rapid enlargement and will fade in time. You may want to use a good skin cream to help moisturise the area to reduce the stretch marks.

VERY IMPORTANT! The skin on your Mr P is VERY sensitive to chemicals! Choose a MILD skin cream for this area of your body!

At that point, you have probably added ¼ – ½” + in length to your Mr P in the flaccid state and ½ - ¾” + in the erect state. In time, you’ll grow even more, if you are patient and are willing to follow the instructions listed above correctly.

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