What is the recovery time of Hard Flaccid?
Good question. Well it all depends on two things:
The first one: How severe is your injury? The first time I acquired hardflaccid it actually went away after two weeks. I didn't do anything special. Just took it easy, didn't workout and didn't masturbate. It was really strange, after two weeks my bloodflow returned to my penis with vengeance and my penis was always plump and strangely enough a bit bigger than before. I didn't understand the dangers of HF though and one week later I got it back after being reckless. This time it came back way worse, and it took me 8 years to overcome. But don't worry, it won't take you 8 years. It took me 8 years to find the routine that finally worked. It took me 8 years to understand how my body works completely, how to play the body puzzle correctly and understanding that the prostate was a part of the problem.
The second one: How dedicated are you? And how good are you at controlling your emotions? There will be a lot of times where you'll feel like giving up. Perhaps you had some days or weeks of progress, do something wrong and take a big step back. This truly hurts, and during these moments it's easy to do dumb things. Like orgasming even though your body is showing a lot of negative signs, not sticking to your routine because you're depressed and so on. I'm glad that I got interested in the stockmarket during this process. I've read tons of book about stocks and you'll constantly learn how important it is to control your emotions if you want to be a succesful investor. I truly recommend Eckhart Tolle aswell for learning how to control your emotions and not dwell in the past. His audibooks are amazing, start with the Power of now.
But really, How long does it take? If you do everything perfectly, I would say that you can get 80-90% healed within 1-3 weeks. The last 10-20% might take you a month or two more.
Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. – Eckhart Tolle
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