Just introducing myself, and my story.
Newbie here. I’m one of the more smaller guys here. Only a 4.2 NBPEL/5.8 BPEL. I remember having a longer NBPL before, but I’m assuming my poor eating habits since High School have something to do with this. I have put on some weight, and my quality of erection just doesn’t seem quite the same. As for my girth, I’m still working on that one. I need to try another measuring technique because I keep getting different measurements. I am estimating that it is somewhere right below avg.
Anyways, I’ve always had low self esteem with my size, but I always thought I’d be stuck this way. I found out about Jelqing probably around four years ago. At that time I just didn’t buy it. I kept finding horror stories about nerve damage, and it just seemed too far fetched, so I moved on in life hoping my penis might hit an unusual growth spurt.
I’m 19 now and just have a lack of confidence due to my size. I’ve done minor stuff with girls, but am always afraid to take that extra step because of the little guy. It’s to the point now where I really want to get into this. So I’ve been reading every piece of knowledge I can find on this site (yet I still have so many questions!) for the past few days, and I started my routine today. I just did the newbie routine, and after stretching I saw an incredible difference. My penis literally looked longer, and I feel the soreness somewhat now where as when I jelqed I didn’t get that same feeling of achievement. I’m probably just a little over anxious, I realize this is a marathon not a sprint. Just curious though, when dry jelqing I push into my fat pad then work my way up with a tight OK grip. Once I reach the glans, I loosen my grip completely and repeat. Are there any flaws in that technique?
In closing I just want to say thanks for the contributors to this forum. Every single success story I read helps that much more. I hope to be a long time PE’er, and hopefully someday a veteran contributor to the forum. I’ve got a long ways to go. It took a big step just writing this post, that’s for sure.
Thanks for taking the time to read.