Need Input ASAP! PE skeptic Emailed me :(
Right now I am currently taking a break from PE to let my black & blue marks from the BIB Hanger heal, and I will begin with my basic beginner routine in several months. The reason- I am restoring my foreskin. I have a foreskin stretcher attached to me 8-12 hours a day. Anyway, I belong to this Email list of fellow foreskin restorers and one guy became curious about making his penis bigger. A frequent poster to the list replied with this email:
>> there is a certain amount of controversey (at least on this list)
>> regarding the power jelq exercises. some (myself included) think it
>> is dangerous. be sure you know what you’re doing.
> I know this is not scientific, and not much better than gossip, but I have a
> buddy who was hot into pumping, and he cant get a good hard anymore.
> Maybe something else, but I am not sticking my ____ in one of those after
> seeing his grief.
I think your friend is hosed.
Guys, please, OH pleeease, do NOT jelq or vacuum pump your penis! It's BAD
for you! Erectile dysfunction can add new meaning to the phrase “a life of
To my knowledge, there are no scientific anatomical studies of the effects
of jelqing on the inner erectile structures of the penis to cite. It's also
a safe bet that the National Institutes of Health is not going to fund one
anytime in the foreseeable future. So, as a biologist, I'm offering you my
best scientific hypothesis as to what happens when these penis enlargement
methods are applied:
The corpora cavernosa contain a myriad of small elastic-walled
chambers that fill with blood during erection. Penis enlargement schemes,
whether they be jelqing or vacuum pumps, work by causing an extravagant
increase in blood pressure within the copora cavernosa. This expands the
size of the small chambers until their elastic walls progressively lose
their elasticity, and go on to eventually rupture and scarify.
The promoters of jelging and vacuum pumps often claim that their methods
actually promote circulation and the health of the penis. They then present
testimonials from guys who say that jelging increased the firmness of their
erections. What I think is happening here is that these men have already
distended and/or ruptured some of their small elastic chambers. Now, during
an erection, the blood under pressure presses directly against the outer
walls of the corpora cavernosa. This does give a firmer erection for a time
- but only for a time. Now, with the blood impinging directly on outer
walls of the corpora cavernosa, those outer walls now begin to progressively
loose their elasticity - never to be recovered.
You might think of the corpora cavernosa as a couple of long balloons that
undergo repeated filling and emptying over the course of a lifetime of
erections. The system of small chambers contained within are like a
cylindrical roll of bubble wrap packing material - which adds considerably
to the structurally integrity. You don't want to progressively rupture the
small chambers in your bubble wrap one-by-one with jelging or vacuum pumps.
If you do, the corpora cavernosa take an unnatural hit from the blood
pressure. They become like a toy balloon that you have inflated and
deflated many times. They never return to their original shape when
deflated. They are…hmmm…larger when flaccid than a new resilient
In addition to the damage done to the small chambers within the corpora
cavernosa, it's a safe bet that other vascular damage is also done
throughout the penis. When jelqing, the goal is to cause a forward rush of
blood towards the head of the penis. However, it's also a virtual certainty
that some blood under pressure also unavoidably goes in the reverse
direction. When it does, it must rush with unnatural force against the
vascular sphincters that must remain closed to maintain a normal erection.
It is a medical fact that erectile dysfunction positively correlates with
generalized long-term high blood pressure in men. It's thus not difficult
to see that by causing an extravagant local increase of blood pressure
through the use of jelqing or vacuum pumps, you're accelerating your way
along to a case of erectile dysfunction.
If you experiment with Tom(PJTopTech)'s method, apply it ONLY to your
foreskin - and then only with extreme caution. Twenty strokes in your first
session is plenty. Twenty strokes may seem like you've done nothing - but
just wait. Power-jelging is like sun exposure. It takes about 5 hours
after you've done it to see the damage. You can always work your way up
with increasing numbers of strokes in subsequent sessions. It's much better
than working your way down once you've done significant damage.
If you don't have enough foreskin to apply the power-jelqer ONLY to the
foreskin, then use another method until you do. My progress, using T-taping
alone, was as rapid as Tom(PJTopTech)'s during the first three months of my
Hugh has provided us with a couple of photos of a penis that has been
subjected to vacuum pumping. They are in the Botched Gallery in the
Scarring Section - 7th and 8th photos down the page. The following link
bypasses the warning that you are about to view badly mutilated penises:
As soon as I read that, I immediately wanted to hear your opinions. I’ve gained during my active days of PE, and I am optimistic that I will continue to gain once I have restored my foreskin.
IN FACT… I HAVE ALREADY NOTICED A DECLINE IN MY ERECTION STRENGTH BECAUSE OF MY PE VACATION!
PEing since Jan 1st, 2003