Jelqing is a form of self-pleasure where one uses their own blood to draw out the prostate gland, which produces ejaculate. This procedure is performed on men who have had surgery or other procedures that remove part of the male reproductive system. The purpose of jelqing is to increase sexual pleasure for both partners and help relieve pain during penetrative activities such as fellatio, cunnilingus, and manual stimulation.
The procedure involves drawing blood from the urethra (the tube that carries urine) with a sterile needle, usually through the mouth. Then, using a small piece of tissue called a speculum, the blood is then drawn back into the body cavity where it is mixed with lubricant and injected into the prostate gland. The goal is to stimulate and enlarge the prostate so that ejaculation occurs more easily.
In some cases, the blood is removed after a few days to allow time for the prostate to heal. Other times, it may be left in place until the patient feels ready to go through with the procedure again. Some men prefer not to wait; they simply begin jelqing immediately afterwards and don’t stop until ejaculation occurs. Others require more time before reaching this stage of arousal.
Does it actually work?
There is no medical evidence to show that jelqing is an effective way of treating sexual dysfunction or any other medical condition. Some men report experiencing stronger and more pleasurable orgasms after performing this procedure for a few weeks. The same effect can be achieved through regular masturbation, which does not carry the same risk of infection.
Are there any side effects to consider?
Due to lack of medical supervision and sterile supplies, there is always a risk of infection when performing jelqing procedures. Since the blood is drawn directly from the urethra, the procedure can also cause irritation or inflammation in that sensitive area. This may lead to a temporary loss or reduction in urine flow or the appearance of blood in the urine. These side effects should disappear as the body heals. If not, you should seek immediate medical attention.
Also, there have been reports of men who have experienced health issues after engaging in jelqing. In some cases, these problems were caused by the jelqing procedure itself. In other cases, however, they resulted from the patient’s failure to wash his hands after handling bodily fluids (such as his own). If jelqing is performed correctly, the risks of serious complications are low.
The most common side effects are bruising or bleeding of the glans (tip) of the genitals. The skin of the glans is very thin and delicate. It can be bruised very easily by direct contact with a blunt, hard object such as a q-tip or your fingernail. Any bruising of the glans must be regarded as serious and medical attention should be sought immediately to avoid the possibility of permanent damage.
At a minimum, the jelq procedure should be discontinued until all signs of the injury have disappeared. If there is any question about whether or not the procedure can be resumed, you should seek medical advice first.
The risk of bruising can be reduced by wrapping the tip of your finger with a thin strip of cloth before rolling it over the glans. Even if bruising does occur, it will typically subside and go away on its own over the course of a week or two. Once again, seek medical attention if any signs of bleeding, persistent pain, or impaired urination occur.
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