You don’t have to start spending money, and taking a bunch of supplements.
Get your PE down first, then you can add whatever you want. Its a lot like bodybuilding, if you first get your routine adjusted to your recovery ability, you will do great. If you add good supplements on top of that, you will do better.
If you start out thinking supplements are what is needed, you can get distracted from getting your basics right, namely stress to recovery ratio and how to determine that.
Start with a basic jelquing routine with kegels. Watch your PIs for overt indications of over doing it. Once you are making sure you aren’t drifting into overt neg PIs, the next step is to fine tune staying in the positive PIs. This is where my EQ thread linked at the bottom will be useful.
If you get the stimulation to recover ratio right, you will start to notice a heavy and full flaccid…this is one of the best indicators that you are either IN the growth zone or damn close to it.
Lets just say you are doing 5 minutes of jelquing each morning, and your EQ is 7 or better and you have a heavy and full flaccid most of the day after your PE. Lets further say you don’t change anything, grip or time…anything but you find that the flaccid is starting to be less during the day, thats time to use a multiplier.
A multiplier is an arbitrary number ( mine is 1.10-1.15) which you would then multiply your 5 minutes by. That will bring it up to apx 6 minutes. So if you find at 6 minutes of jelquing it brings you back to the heavy and full flaccid, you know you’ve nailed it. If your flaccid doesn’t change more than a little, yet your EQ is still up at the same or better level, then you could try a higher multiplier of around 1.20-1.30 (20-30% increase). The point is, experiment with modest increases when the flaccid starts to indicate you are dropping out of the growth zone. You may find that a multiplier of 1.25 is best for you.
I also suggest taking bpfsl at least once a week, but not more than once a day if you find it causes contraction of your flaccid. This measurement will give you a very accurate read on if you are gaining or not.
If you find a multiplier works consistently for you, over several cycles and you have been slowly gaining, and you use it again…but this time no gain, it is a good indicator to take a 2 week break then begin again.
This is a lot of info, but if you get confused read my PI and EQ thread, that should help.
In general for girth a higher erection level is needed than for length, but be aware it tends to be more stressful, and most guys need either to have a longer recovery period, or a shorter jelque time…I suggest the latter.