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Discussion in 'Penis Enlargement' started by gboyd1234, Sep 24, 2007.
just want to know does jelq realy work and how long does it take to work
I have been wondering what jelquing is. Could you explain??
You can go to thundersplace for a good description and I also have something on my site as well here: Adult-ChitChat.com - Free Adult Forum Discussions
Theres even a small vid too.
I jelqued seriously for 6 months last year. I adhered to a rigid schedule, working my way from a slow pace to a very hard pace with on and off days .
When I felt my cock was ready, I began pumping for girth, and again adhered to a rigid schedule. My cock began to pump up when flaccid, and it hung a bit better.
With an erection, there wasn't much of a change, though it felt firmer. I stopped because with 3 kids in the house, I had NO alone time to spend jelquing, usually 20 minutes a session.
My wife didn't feel anything different at the time and I don't think I gave myself enough time to see any lasting benefits. Now, a year later, my penis is the same as it always was. I would like to start agaiin, but it's a time issue.
Please be warned, if you start, go easy...A lot of guys, myself included, go at it pretty hard at first and end up hurting themselves. I had a condition called a "thrombosis vein". I put too much pressure on my penis during the first 2 weeks of jelquing and the main vein that runs up the penis to the head was engorged and hurt like hell!
My vein runs along the side of my penis and crosses over behind the head ,below the ridge. When I became in inflicted, it looked like I had a second ridge to my head, and did I mention it hurt !
It took a couple weeks with warm compresses before it was subdued and a couple more before it was gone for good. If you start, start slow, and be prepared for months and months of dedicated service.
Most guys see a gain of some sort in three months if they're careful and consistent. It may be barely measurable, but it's there. You do get better flaccid hang. The key is to continue with the program to, "cement," gains. Otherwise you tend to lose them. Guys who have gained generally see a slight loss of gains when they stop PE entirely but do keep most of their gains. Some gain slowly, some quickly. Quick gains tend to favor the senior and the young.
It's a good idea to start with the newbie routine at Thunder's and follow it to the letter. Warm-ups and warm-downs are important.