Is Jelqing Safe?
Is Jelqing Safe?
There is little scientific evidence that shows that jelqing can increase the size of the penis. However, jelqing has gained momentum and popularity due to the internet. Thousands of men worldwide are looking to jelqing to help improve penile form and function. Before you go constantly tugging at your shaft, it is important to address the risks that can result from jelqing.
If you are constantly pulling and tugging at your penis, nerve damage can occur. If continuous harm occurs, it can negatively impact the arteries, veins, and nerves of the penis. This leads to desensitization.
Some of the common side effects of Jelqing include irritation, pain, and even scar formation.
Is it safe?
Because jelqing is a lot like masturbation, it is not considered unsafe if you are approaching the technique gently. Paying attention to grip and strength is important in order to avoid bruising or more permanent damage.
When jelqing, it is recommended to use some type of lubricant. Lube helps prevent irritation that can stem from chafing. It is also recommended to not perform jelqing on an erect penis — (there is a higher likely to tear blood vessels this way).
Can Jelqing cause erectile dysfunction?
Because some forms of ED are caused by injury of the penis, there is a possibility that improper jelqing can be a catalyst for erectile dysfunction. If you feel like you have hurt your penis in any way as a result of rough jelqing, it is important to seek medical attention immediately.
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