Does Pe Really Work? Some Say Hoax! Someone With Results Please Respond!
I just started doing PE exercise but I’ve been doing some research and have come across a couple articles:
That one opposes PE exercises saying,
“I think that’s all bogus,” says Tom Lue, MD, professor of urology at the University of California, San Francisco. He says that only swelling, caused by bleeding under the skin, could explain the increases in penis size men [experience]…
What’s more, Lue says, all the stretching, pulling, and squeezing might cause scar tissue to form in the penis, which could hinder a man’s ability to get an erection. But Thomas [someone who claims to have gained from PE exercises, namely jelqing] maintains that apart from a little soreness, he hasn’t injured his penis by jelqing, and he says his erections last longer than they did before.
“Anatomically and physiologically this is just wishful thinking,” urologist Ira Sharlip, president of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America, writes in an email. “It’s all baloney until a real study with objective before and after measurements, verified by an independent source [since you can’t do a placebo comparison], proves that it works.”
But, on http://www.askmen.com/ there is an article with another person with medical credentials claiming (he goes by the name Dr. Williams):
http://www.askmen.com/love/drzimmer…ve_answers.html (Dr. Williams FAQ)
http://www.askmen.com/love/drzimmer…ve_answers.html (Dr. Williams previous article)
From the previous article by Dr. Williams:
Natural Enlargement Method
A group of physicians (myself included) set out to determine if natural penis enlargement is possible. It has taken almost 4 years, but we have determined how to accomplish it without weights, pulleys, stretching devices, injections, or surgery. We have assembled a program that will increase your penis length, width and your ability to perform sexually.
The program does not involve weights, devices, pumps, or surgery. It’s all natural, and it is based upon the most recent advances in men’s health from leading Universities, including research that won the Nobel Prize 2 years ago.
THE BOTTOM LINE IS:
The one against PE excercises have two urologists one from the University of California and the one for PE exercises claimes it is “based upon the most recent advances in men’s health from leading Universities, including research that won the Nobel Prize 2 years ago. These are both articles from supposed educated medical people. One for, one against. My question to anyone that would be kind enough to a newbie like myself is DO PE EXERCISES REALLY WORK? Can anyone testify with ACTUAL RESULTS? IS IT REALLY JUST WISHFUL THINKING AND CAN DAMAGE PENILE/ERECTILE FUNCTION IN THE LONG-RUN? These are people both claiming that their information is the RIGHT making serious claims… both are claiming that these were tested by Universites or by University educated people.