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Do penis enlargement products actually work?  

There are different ads for different penis-enlargement productsall over the place. There are many pills, lotions, pumps and stretching devices that claim they can increase the size of your penis.

However, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any scientific evidence to support nonsurgical penis enlargement procedures. And no medical organization worth its salt will recommend penis surgery just for cosmetic reasons.

Many of the products you see on some of these websites are not effective and some of them can even cause damage to your penis. Just think of that before attempting any of these procedures.

What is a normal penis size?

There is a common fear amongst men of not having a big enough penis to satisfy their partner sexually. However, according to recent studies, most of the men who think they have small penises actually have regular-sized ones.

Studies have also revealed that a lot of men have an exaggerated view of what a “normal” penis size looks like.

A non-erect penis cannot be used to accurately predict the length when it is erect. If the length of your penis is 13 cm (5 inches) or even longer when erect, then it’s a normal size.

A penis can only be considered to be abnormally small if it is not up to 3 inches (approximately 7.5 centimeters) at the point of erection, it means the person has a condition known as micropenis.

How partners look at penis size

Advertisers make a lot of money off your insecurity of how your partner views your penis size. If you’re having doubts, the person to talk to is your partner.

You should also know that the odds of improving your sexual relationship by talking with your partner are probably better than simply increasing your penis size.

Try not to buy into the hype

You’ll see a lot of companies offering series of nonsurgical methods of penis enlargement and most times they promote them with an array of adverts with endorsements from different “scientific” researches.

If you take a closer look at all these adverts, you’ll realize that most of their claims are unsubstantiated.

Most of these marketers rely heavily on skewed data, testimonials, and lots of debatable before and after pictures. Dietary supplements don’t have to get approval from the Food and Drug Administration, which means there’s no need for manufacturers to prove effectiveness or safety.

Penis-enlargement products

Most of the penis-enlargement products advertised out there are not effective, and some of them can even result in permanent damage to your penis. Below are some of the most promoted techniques and products:

  • Pills and Lotions: These are usually saturated with minerals, vitamins, hormones or herbs which, according to the manufacturers can enlarge your penis. These products have not been proven to be effective and some of them are even harmful.

  • Vacuum pumps: Since pumps can be used to draw blood into the penis, which makes it swell, it is sometimes used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

A penis can be made larger with a vacuum pump, but it is only temporary. However, if you use it for too long or too often, it can lead to damage to the penis’ elastic tissue, resulting in less firm erections.

  • Exercises: Sometimes referred to as jelqing, this is achieved by using a hand-over-hand kind of motion to push blood to the head of the penis from the base.

Though this technique doesn’t appear to be as harmful as the others, there’s no proof that it actually works, and it can also result in the formation of scar, as well as pain and disfigurement.

  • Stretching: This involves attaching either a stretcher, or an extended device called a penile traction device, to the penis in other to apply gentle tension.

According to some studies, these devices have been able to add half or close to two inches (between 1 and 3 centimeters) length to the penis.

There’s need for bigger, and more vigorous research to really establish the safety and effectiveness of this procedure.