Doctor calls PE-ing Ridiculous
So over the weekend I was listening to a local modern rock station which has a “live” late night sex advice talk show. They always have on random doctors and so forth. Well about 10 minutes into the show this girl calls in and starts asking the doctor about PE-ing.
She goes into detail that she found out her boyfriend has been doing it for about 3 1/2 months now and that she has noticed some real improvements in there sex life. She then tells the doctor that she really doesn’t understand what it’s all about or how her boyfriend is achieving the gains so far. She goes on to tell him she did her own research and read up about all the exercises including jelqing/kegel/ stretching and so forth. This girl sounds like she knows what she is talking about.
Just then the dj jumps into the conversation and says he has never herd of this and wants to know where he can find out info to maybe try if for himself, the girl tells him to just search the web and find a site that appeals to him. Just then the doctor buts in and said that the latest hype in the world PE- ing and he goes on to explain how he doesn’t understand how so many people got into this craze because there is nothing to do other than surgery to make your penis larger. Said it is all a myth and it is ridiculous, unhealthy and harmful. It got into a pretty heated debate with the caller and this doctor, the caller stating she has proof that her boyfriend has made gains and that there sex life is so much better and her man last so much longer.
The doctor then goes on to tell the caller that it’s all in her head and her boyfriends head and that anyone who wastes time bye dedicating 15-30 minutes a day trying to stretch or force more blood into there penis bye the “jelqing myth” needs to get a live and maybe should spend less time on focusing on his penis and more time on girlfriend. Said if you want to waste the time doing it, that is exactly what you are doing, WASTING TIME!! The phone call eventually ended with the doctor basically cutting the caller off and moving on to the next caller, and states he is here to answer serious medical problems and sex problems and would appreciate that no one else calls and wastes the radio stations air time with that garbage.
Now me being a newbie, I’m just on my 3rd full week, and I’m sticking to the routine religiously so far, have noticed early gains myself as I recently posted. My girlfriend last night has also told me I feel fuller insider her and that she has noticed I can go longer that normal. I have yet to measure anything (I’m holding off til the end of the 1st month), but I have noticed many positive gains in such a short time, and I am very happy with the results so far and must say it is NOT A WASTE of TIME!
My question to you guys is why do you think doctors are so against PE- ing and are giving it such a negative review and negative outlook? For a professional in my eyes to call it ridiculous, untrue and just hype is in itself RIDICULOUS and UNPROFESSIONAL. Whats your guys opinions?