“I hate to say it, but I think Elist is wrong,” counters male sexuality educator Paul Nelson, who wonders if Elist is confused with penis pumps, because Nelson says gains with penile extenders are absolutely permanent. There may be some retraction if you’re using it every day and suddenly stop, but most of it, he promises you’ll retain. Nelson agrees that jelqing could be dangerous, though, particularly for guys who believe that “some is good and more is better” and jelq too hard. “He may finish a jelqing session and think, That was good, let me do it again harder. And a little bit more next time. The next thing he knows, he’s got snapped nerves, torn tunicas and all kinds of devastating injuries.”
How Does it Work? There are a few different types of penis enlargement surgery based on different principles and on the desired outcome. One method is to transplant fatty tissues from elsewhere in the body into the shaft of the penis – this can be successful but is described as being “visually odd”, and the results often disappear within a year as the fat is metabolized. Another technique is to disconnect some supporting ligaments. Reports suggest that this can offer a few fractions of an inch in length, but leave the erection pointing down and not up.
To start the warming up exercise you have to get short towel or large cloth and make it wet with hot water. Remove the excess water from towel by wiring it out. Wrap the hot cloth around your shaft and testicles. Hold it for 2 minutes then remove the cloth and repeat this progress for two more minutes. You have to do this process for 3 times and then dry off your penis and testicles.
Despite lack of medical research, there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence online that claim penis exercises are effective. For instance, if you visit PEGym.com’s Success Forum, you’ll see numerous first-hand accounts of men who have experienced enlargement results. With time and consistent effort, these men were gradually convinced that penis exercises work.