Dry jelqs, do they work?
I’m uncircumcised and I have been doing dry jelqs with my new routine for 2-3 weeks now. I’m only measuring girth gains, and I haven’t gained any girth yet. This is oke, since it’s only been 2-3 weeks, so I’ll wait for 1-2 more months to see if it works or not.
Now I was wondering.. If I understand the wet jelq correctly it goes as follows:
You first put the left hand (or right) at the base and go up until you’re almost at the glans. You keep your left hand there and you start to grip your base with your other hand (right hand in this case) and perform the same motion as you did with your left hand. From a very simple point of view it seems to me that the blood therefore remains trapped in the penis, as it cannot get out. Correct? There is no moment of release of both hands to let the blood escape.
Now I do dry jelqs. The dry jelq I do as follows: I just start with my left (or right) hand at the base and go almost to the glans. Then I quickly release and reapply pressure at the base with the same hand. This is needed to let the skin go back into position so I can start again. Result: there is a moment of release of blood, and basically every jelq is a “new beginning” of trapping blood. While with the wet jelq, it would seem that the blood is (at least partly) constantly trapped there and getting “recharged” with new wet jelqs.
So.. I was wondering.. Do dry jelqs actually work? Are they inferior to wet jelqs? It seems to me that constantly trapping the blood is better than having it released with every jelq? Therefore wet jelqing is maybe superior to dry jelqing?