Men's Health Nov 2002- PE testing
For those of you who missed it, here are a few extracts from the article called ‘Tool Up’.
They tested out pumping, the jes-extender, jelqing with a supplement and Penis enlargement pills.
Not surprisingly, the pills didn’t work. As for the Jes-extender…
Dr Roger Kirby of St Bart’s Hospital, London says
‘You can’t increase the size of your penis by stretching it. In fact you could do some real damage to the partitions inside the penis - and lose your ability to get a totally rigid erection.’
I think some of the hangers and manual stretchers would disagree.
The guy who tried the jelqing, didn’t stick with it and gave up after a few weeks. He said he would have to do up to 500 jelqs/day for a year for an inch of length!
Dr David Ralph, a consultant urologist concluded by saying
‘It’s impossible to increase the size of your erect penis, though you can have an operation to increase the length and girth of it when it’s flacid.’
The person who used the pump saw temporary length and girth gains.
The article seems to suggest to the reader that PE is impossible. If the jelqer had stuck with the program, he could have seen gains, but wasn’t prepared to spend up to a year on it.
In conclusion - the article only goes towards dismissing PE and keeping it secret for the time being. Any opinions?