Long-term consequences of PE; are there any
This post is not to try and discredit the exercises and tools to enlarge a penis in length and circumference.
I am not doing the following:
1) Saying that PE does not increase length or girth of a penis.
2) Asking for people to provide proof or trying to discredit the proof that has been provided.
3) Wondering if you care that I try PE or not
4) Trying to start a debate on anything besides the topic of this thread
Okay, so here’s my worry: Are there long-term consequences to PE, in terms of loss of strength of erection and complete erectile dysfunction into old age? To clarify: I am 22. If I start doing PE now and see considerable girth gains (that’s what I want, not length), will this be something that negatively affects my sexual performance and life when I get older? When I enter the realm of old age, when most men who suffer from ED problems will begin to deal with them, will I be worse off than if I had not done jelqing and stretching in the first place?
Which leads me to a more serious question: if there is no evidence or study to show that in 20 years (for example) that a person who performs these exercises will NOT cause ED problems by that time, why is everyone so comfortable performing them?
The penis is different from the rest of our muscles, so I have read here and on other websites and sources. Some people compare it to the bladder (the smooth muscle rebuttal) in that when the bladder stretches it becomes weaker, which worries me when thinking about how filling the penis with a lot of blood may also weaken it. Some of you say this is nonsense, and I fail to see the specific evidence for your statement that it is such. I think the general lack of knowledge surrounding jelqing is cause to wait before subjecting yourself to what could be a potentially life-altering activity for the worse. There is too little information that’s been gathered to go headlong into this thinking, “I’ve gained some girth and length, that’s all that matters!” What about in a decade? What if your dick can’t keep up anymore because of what you put it through ten years ago?
I’m not a scientist and I’m surely less knowledgeable than a good bit of the people on this forum who are regulars. But I always think of the potential consequences, and my strength is that I’m not blinded by the more immediate results and thus can honestly question if what I’m doing is what I should be doing.