Any opinions on this article?
I came across this article at the LiveScience website. Here is an excerpt:
“Pumps merely simulate an erection and have no long-term effect on size. Exercises, namely a technique of dubious Arabic origin called jelqing, can lead to nerve damage. Jelqing-a term most urologists have never heard of and which is conspicuously absent from medical and Arabic dictionaries—-entails stroking a semi-erect penis in a certain way for about 30 minutes a day for months to enlarge the penile cavities that fill with blood, making for larger erections.
Testimonials abound on the Internet. The exercise makes no sense biologically, however, and one runs the risk of tearing blood vessels and loosing sensitivity if one tugs too hard for too long. Those 30 minutes could be spent doing sit-ups for sexier results.”
The entire article is at: http://www.livescience.com/health/0…mad_column.html
This is the type of article that makes me wonder about the safety and effectiveness of jelqing or pumping.
Seems like articles and opinions outside of this site seem to recommend to stay away from PE. I still have the “I don’t know” opinion when it comes to whether or not PE works.
Not sure who to believe anymore.