Why Hasn’t Science Contributed Any Scientific Studies on Jelqing?
Jelqinq, as many of us know about, is a common penis enlargement practice that we prescribe as part of the complete penis enlargement program. It involves simple ‘exercises’ that force blood throughout the penis and causes smooth muscle and arterial atrophy which then rebuilds stronger and thicker than before. It also applies an axial strain to the arteries and smooth muscle which can help elongate the penis. Many man have claimed that this technique is effective in increasing penis size, improving erectile function, and giving a much more vascular (veiny) appearance. With so many testimonials, and websites promoting such a technique and so on, why aren’t there any scientific studies to support the claims? I have come across some penis enlargement websites that have claimed to have a real scientific study supporting it but upon further investigation the study is usually about a different type of penile surgery in which the technical jargon used can easily confuse a reader and have them decide to just take their word for it (that the study is about jelqing) instead of actually understanding the study and realizing it has nothing to do with jelqing.
But anyway, I have found studies that support extender devices, supplements, kegel exercises, and even penis pumps. I am personally looking into a way to contact some researchers or urologists about the issue to try to have an actual study conducted. I have done my own (non-scientific) studies and have found the jelqing technique moderately effective, but this is hardly convincing enough for many people who are getting into penis enlargement.
Well until further research can be conducted to verify the effectiveness of Jelqing, we recommend either reading our Jelqing Page or checking out these various Penis exercising programs.