Does Jelqing Work? Some Evidence Suggests It Does
One of the most frequently-asked questions in penis enlargement circles is “does jelqing work?” This article provides some helpful information that goes some way to answering that question. But rather than taking a polemical stance either way, it merely presents some recent evidence that in itself suggests the answer.
Jelqing, as you may know, is a natural penis enlargement technique whereby a man uses his hands to “milk” his penis and ultimately increase its girth. However, not everyone is convinced of the effectiveness of this technique. The opponents of jelqing normally fall into one of two categories: (i) Those who have not engaged in jelqing, and (ii) Those who have tried some form of jelqing but not achieved much (or any success).
Understandably, the process of “milking” the penis for up to twenty minutes per day can be a frustrating one if no gains are achieved. However, it’s worth pointing out that there are many different ways to jelq. And the fact that one method is ineffective does not prove that all are ineffective. So, what evidence is there that any form of jelqing works? What evidence is there that a non-surgical, manual technique (such as jelqing) actually adds inches to the length and girth of a man’s penis?
Here we only have the space to mention one or two things. Firstly, in 2011 the British newspaper known as the Daily Mail published an article stating that some non-surgical methods of penis enlargement had been proven to work. They referred to a study carried out by Marco Ordera and Paolo Gontero – two Italian scientists based in Turin.
The study apparently showed that after a certain amount of time using non-surgical methods men could expect to see some increase to the size of their penis. Secondly, some respectable medical authorities now actively support natural penis enlargement, which places a special emphasis on jelqing. Dr. Michael A. Carter, for instance, has made it clear that he believes the jelqing technique to be not only safe but also highly effective in increasing the size of a man’s penis and thereby improving his confidence, self-esteem and sex life.
Whether these two facts are enough to prove that jelqing works is a matter for each individual to decide. There can be no doubt that jelqing has not yet received the level of mainstream endorsement and acceptance that is enjoyed by breast enlargement for instance. For whilst not everyone approves of breast enlargement, nobody denies that it achieves the desired end.
When it comes to jelqing, on the other hand, there are still two camps – those who endorse it and those who say that it’s ineffective. One might argue that the support provided by Dr. Michael A.Carter, Marco Ordera and Paolo Gontero is evidence that natural penis enlargement (and in particular jelqing) does work. And recent trends do seem to support this (for example more and more people are claiming to have results from jelqing). Hopefully this article has helped to answer the question: “does jelqing work?” Please remember that before you embark on any jelqing program it is a wise idea to make sure you have identified a safe, medically-endorsed method. It goes without saying that certain techniques touted as “jelqing” are not only ineffective but potentially unsafe as well.
No doubt it is (partly) these illegitimate forms of jelqing that have caused people to doubt the effectiveness of all forms of jelqing. The good news is that there are jelqing systems out there that have produced safe, satisfying results for thousands of men. This fact can easily be verified by visiting any of the large number of penis enlargement forums on the internet.
Source by Ian Ba