How Jelqing / Jelquing Works for Penis Enlargement and Enhancement (PE): An Explanation of Penis Anatomy & Physiology and Visual Diagrams / Photos (Scientific and Practical Explanations)
So you’ve already learned just what jelqing / jelquing is. If not, you might want to first head to our page What is Jelqing / Jelquing? before reading on. But now you ask – how and why does jelqing work for penis enlargement and enhancement (PE)?
Keep Reading to Learn About Penis Anatomy and Physiology and How Jelqing / Jelquing Works for Penis Enlargement and Enhancement (PE)
At the Jelqing Forum (jelqingforum.com), we don’t just bombard you with hard-to-follow conversations. Our goal is to educate you as much as possible on the science and practice of jelqing in order to help you understand how jelqing / jelquing actually increases the size of the penis, naturally. Our goal is to help answer all your questions via science and practical experience as to why jelqing / jelquing is the only natural and effective way for penis enlargement and enhancement (PE).
I think it’s important to have a basic understanding of penis physiology and anatomy to understand why jelqing / jelquing works to increase the size of the penis. To help others understand this, we’ve included text and various diagrams and photos below that discuss and show penis anatomy and physiology in relation to the practice of jelqing. In particular, we discuss and show the corpus cavernosa, the main structures affected by jelqing / jelquing, or, put another way, the structures of the penis that need to be changed / enlarged in order to see gains in penis enlargement or enhancement.
We’ve included applicable penis anatomy diagrams from the famous Gray’s Anatomy series with accompanying text. But, for those of you who are interested in science and would like to learn the full scientific details of penis anatomy and erection physiology, visit http://education.yahoo.com/reference/gray/subjects/subject/262#p1248
Quick Definitions: Penis Anatomy & the Corpora Cavernosa
Scientifically, as taken from the article just mentioned, “[t]he penis is a pendulous organ suspended from the front and sides of the pubic arch and containing the greater part of the urethra. In the flaccid condition it is cylindrical in shape, but when erect assumes the form of a triangular prism with rounded angles, one side of the prism forming the dorsum. It is composed of three cylindrical masses of cavernous tissue bound together by fibrous tissue and covered with skin. Two of the masses are lateral, and are known as the corpora cavernosa penis; the third is median, and is termed the corpus cavernosum urethræ”
As defined at http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/corpus+cavernosum: “Corpus cavernosum (plural, corpora cavernosa) One of two rods of spongy tissue in the penis that become engorged with blood in order to produce an erection.”
The Penis Erection Process & the Corpora Cavernosa and How They Relate to Jelqing / Jelquing
In terms of the process of penis erection, it’s pretty simple. Blood flows into the spaces within the corpora cavernosa which causes an erection. When the penis is not erect, the arteries that bring blood to the corpora cavernosa are slightly constricted and the veins that take the blood from the area are open. At this state, there is no pressure inside of the penis and it is limp (think literally of a flaccid balloon). When aroused, the arteries into the penis open up to let pressurized blood enter (think of an open valve and pump). At the same time, the veins in the penis constrict, literally trapping the blood in the corpora cavernosa. Just as with water flowing into a balloon, the penis becomes erect due to this flow of pressurized blood into it and due to the simultaneous constriction of the veins not allowing the blood to leave (no holes in the balloon).
The more scientific explanation: “During flaccidity, blood flows freely into the cavernosal spaces, and the deoxygenated blood is constantly removed by the venules. In response to erectogenic stimuli, the smooth muscle lining both the arteries and the sinusoidal spaces relaxes, allowing even more blood to flow into the cavernosal spaces, which causes them to swell and eventually some press against the emissary veins, decreasing outflow and leading to the rise in intracavernosal pressure necessary for erection.” http://www.andrologyjournal.org/cgi/content/full/24/6_suppl/S6
BTW, any issues with this arterial blood flow leads to erectile dysfunction, or ED. Basically, the arteries leading to the penis do not open up as they should and so blood flow is low and an erection is not possible.
I think you get it now. By reading this and looking at the penis diagrams and images on this page, you should begin to understand why jelqing works for penis enhancement and enlargement (PE). We hope we’ve helped to explain this in an understandable way.