Questions on jelqing techniques always comes up in a seminar on straightening a bent penis.
Because they are free.
Here is something that is very hard to understand.
At Bent Penis Org, we get lots of emails asking about jelqing techniques for penile straightening.
We began to ask why. Mostly we heard, “Because it is free.”
We often find it hard to believe that a man will spend in excess of $325 to just get a bent penis exam and diagnosis from a urologist. Then, he’ll getting a surgical estimate for $9,000+ to fix the problem. And then, he wants to try jelqing techniques first. So that he can save the money and avoid the possible horrible surgical risks.
And, almost always, the method he never hear of, Penis Traction Therapy, could have fixed his problem. Safely and easily. For under $300.
$300 (traction therapy) vs $9,000 (surgery). You get only one penis this lifetime. 99% of the time surgery can be avoided by using Penis Traction Therapy (under $300).
And, men want to try jelqing techniques first, because they are free. What they don't know is how much damage these techniques can cause.
Jelqing techniques would makes sense if they weren’t so dangerous.
And, this is the purpose of this article:
1) To let you know that you can cause serious penile damage and injure yourself seriously with jelqing techniques.
2) To let you know that 99% of the time, a man doesn’t have to spend $9,000+ on a risky surgery to get straight again. For under $300 he can get the Safest and Most Effective medically recommended treatment there is.
Jelqing techniques are dangerous.
It doesn’t matter if you do them by hand or use a jelqing device.
Jelqing techniques are dangerous.
AND, they are famous for causing serious penile damage.
“Why are they dangerous?” “Why do they cause penile damage?”
These are always questions when we discuss the topic. And, they are the most important things to learn about jelqing. No matter which technique you want to use.
are generally ineffective
straightening a bent penis.
Not because they won’t work. But, because they take about an hour of discipline, every day, for about 9 months to a year. Most men either give up after a couple of months, or, cause themselves harm and have to stop. Before the bend is corrected.
All jelqing techniques are slow, if done safely.
That’s where the danger is.
Why Jelqing is So Dangerous:
There is no control on how hard the shaft can be pulled while jelqing.
Yes, on the first day, in the first week,... even in the first two months, men may be very careful with their jelqing practice.
But, we are all human. When you’ve been spending an hour or so every day for two months practicing jelqing techniques, and, you see no real progress, what do you do?
You pull harder. And, harder. And, then harder. Right? We want results.
Here’s the first injury most men will see:
For the determined, it can get even worse.
What do you get for all of this? A bent penis that is now seriously, and, possibly permanently damaged.
Was it worth saving the $300 on a high quality traction device that is medically approved and that will give results about 4X faster than jelqing techniques?
You spend under a minute attaching it. You go about your normal activities while you wear it under your clothes (no one knows you have it on). Then you take about 15 seconds to remove it when you’re done for the day.
With jelqing techniques, you are involved pulling on your shaft for about an hour every day.
After a month or two, it’s mind numbingly boring. And, you waste a valuable hour of your free time every single day for a year.
You can learn all about Penis Traction Therapy here:
“How to Fix a Bent Penis Without Surgery”
Serious, effective medically endorsed and doctor recommended penis straightening comes in 3 forms:
These are the only three medically endorsed methods that have proven to work reliably.
They are not all equal.
Let’s take a look at each.
Surgery was the first effective medically approved method that was available. It is still used today. Surgery is the quickest fix, and, for this reason some doctors consider it “the gold standard”. That means the best method available to date. It’s not.
There are a number of surgical approaches. At the end of the day, one of two things will be done:
Here’s what it looks like:
Not to me.
The actual procedure is about 2 hours. The you have about 3 days in the hospital with a catheter and pain killers. Then about 6-8 weeks before you’re healed and ready to go.
With surgery you’ll get the straightest penis in the shortest length of time.
Cost? Anywhere from $8,000 - $19,000.
“....over 65% of patients were unhappy with the outcomes of the Peyronie's surgery at 5-year follow-up. Penile length loss and worsening of erectile dysfunction was the most common reason for dissatisfaction.”
reference: Dr. Nelson Bennett,
“Five-year follow-up of Peyronie's graft surgery: outcomes and patient satisfaction.”
“....and patients must be warned that long-term worsening of the quality of the erection may occur in up to one-third of cases.”
ref: Asian Journal of Andrology
Long-term results of the surgical treatment of Peyronie's disease with Egydio's technique: a European multicentre study
Possible surgical damage and possible side effects include, and are not limited to:
There are a number of substances used for injections. Collagenase, Verapamil, and Interferon are the most common. Collagenase has proven the most effective of these.
The only FDA approved injection for penis straightening is the form of collagenase called: collagenase clostridium histolyticum which is marketed as the patented drug XIAFLEX®.
Many men don’t want to risk a surgery. More and more doctors will save surgery as the last result.
“Surgery...for Peyronies disease.... is usually only recommended in severe cases for patients who fail to respond to non-surgical therapy and have curvature for longer than 12 months.”
reference: University of California San Francisco,
Surgical Treatment for Peyronie's Disease
Xiaflex® offers a less invasive alternative. Though it comes with very serious possible side effects of its own.
Treatment with Xiaflex consists of a series of six to twelve injections, directly into the penis, spaced three to six weeks apart. About 6 month to 1 year for the process.
The cost for a full set of these injections will run you about $30,000. Yes. Super expensive. We call them the rich man’s treatment.
These injections can be up to 35% effective. And, only in certain types of cases.
35% might not sound like a lot, but, it may make intercourse good enough for you and your partner. And, isn’t that the goal?
Oh yes. Serious possible internal penile damage: corporal rupture. Corporal rupture is a medical emergency.
“What to expect during treatment WITH XIAFLEX®
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR XIAFLEX®XIAFLEX® can cause serious side effects, including penile fracture(corporal rupture) or other serious injury to the penis.Receiving an injection of XIAFLEX® may cause damage to the tubes in your penis called the corpora. After treatment with XIAFLEX®, one of these tubes may break during an erection. This is called a corporal rupture or penile fracture. This could require surgery to fix the damaged area. Damage to your penis might not get better after a corporal rupture.”
You can read all about that and the other possible side effects on the official XIAFLEX® website.
Penis Traction Therapy (PTT):
This is by far the Safest of the proven effective medically endorsed methods.
Penis Traction Therapy
comes with NONE
the possible surgical or injectable side effects.
That alone makes it our #1 choice.
But, there is more:
The cost, for one of the best traction devices in the world, is under $300. Under three hundred dollars. Not $9,000. Not $30,000. Any man can afford this easily.
PTT can also be effective for 99% of men with a bent penis caused by Peyronies disease.
Of course. This is the real world. Almost everything has a downside. Right? PTT takes more time than the surgery.
A surgery will have you back in action in about 2 months if all goes well.
PTT, usually 6 - 9 months. (same as the injections)
But, if you can avoid all the surgical and injectable risks, spend only $300, and use a clinically proven medically endorsed method:
What makes the most sense to you to try first?
It’s almost too simple.
Making your straightening choice is a very personal decision.
Jelqing is dangerous. It’s not medically recommended. It can cause serious damage and ruin your penis. Just don’t do it.
Using a medically recommended method is important to most men.
Here are two important things to keep in mind when making your choice on what to try first:
1) If you try PTT first, and, are not satisfied, surgery is always an option.
2) If you try surgery first, and become impotent, unable to orgasm,or wind up with weak useless erections, following with PTT can not help you.
We sincerely hope this article will help you understand that jelqing techniques are always dangerous. And, that 99% of the time, you can straighten your bent penis safely and easily, without surgery or injections. And, at minimal cost.
Be In Good Health.....
~ William (editor)