Found this site after hunting for more information on how to jelq. I decided to add my 2 cents after reading some of the other helpful contributions on WebMD.
This post isn't about how to do these enlargement exercises, as that's already been covered here succinctly. Instead, I'd just like to briefly discuss my own personal experiences with these techniques.
Like most guys, I wasn't one to pass up the opportunity to make my penis bigger using a natural alternative to surgery. After I discovered these methods, I spent a few weeks doing my homework before I started my own jelqing routine.
I scouted out some good sites on Google, which delved into the intricacies of Jelqing and stretching the penis for maximum results. For those naysayers out there who doubt the effectiveness of these exercises, then I can assure you, they Do work.
I've spent 7 months doing my penis enlargement workouts, which include a range of different exercises for girth and length. Throughout this period I've successfully managed to gain 1.6 inches length and 1.1 inches in girth. The key is patience and knowledge. The more you know, the more you gain.
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