Consider ginkgo biloba. This herb is often taken to boost memory, but it also help with blood circulation and may enhance blood flow to the penis. According to a study conducted at the University of California, ginkgo is most effective at helping men on anti-depressants that can lead to sexual dysfunction. Another study found that gingko had no effect. Scientific data is inconclusive, but since gingko enhances memory and has relatively few side effects, it might be worth a try.
The side effects of lengthening surgeries are numerous and include infections, nerve damage, reduced sensitivity, and difficulty getting an erection. Perhaps most disturbing, scarring can leave you with a penis that's shorter than what you started with. Widening the penis is even more controversial. Side effects can be unsightly -- a lumpy, bumpy, uneven penis.
A considerable amount of websites offer miracle pills to enlarge the penis. What we can say is science has not discovered any substance (drug or plant) with this capacity. It is therefore important to read between the lines. Those penis pills usually contain vitamins, minerals, amino-acids, herbs or hormones that tend to increase testosterone levels and help blood vessels expand which principally allows more blood to flow into the penis producing more libido, stronger erections and may give the sensation of a larger and wider penis but the truth is that they must be considered as a complement of a penis enlargement treatment and not as a full treatment.
For the best results, calculate three to six months for significant results. The success of penis exercises varies, some guys are really lucky and see a measurable growth in just a few weeks, for some guys it takes a little longer. Don’t give up if you don’t get fast results, every penis is a little different, but jelqing already worked in ancient egypt, so it will work for you, too. Todays techniques and exercises are a lot more sophisticated than in the beginning, tested by thousands of men who successfully enlarged their penis this way, so it’s really only a matter of time. It works for everybody, without exceptions. It’s no easy way, like training in the gym: Cheating yourself, skipping exercises or being lazy and neglecting your training means it will take longer till you notice results. Do it!
In contrast to common believe, the small penis syndrome is a mental disorder, subsumed under body dismorphic disorders (BDDs) and/or anxiety disorders. Basically, it’s a wrong perception of the own body, Men affected by it believe their penis is way too small, are almost obsessed by this thought, although their manhood has a normal length and girth. While the symtoms are very severe, including depression, anxiety and isolation, it’s a very rare psycological disorder. It’s often triggered by very negative personal experiences, e.g. rejection by a woman and other sexual problems. In case you think your penis is tiny, but has normal measurements, seeking professional help is recommended. There is also a very detailed article by clinical psychologist Ph.D. Mark Dombeck on MentalHelp we recommend for more details about SPS, characteristics and treatment. He points out: “It appears to us that some men have perfectly adequate penises, based on the measurements they’ve communicated. These penises are not going to break any world records, but they are probably just fine, however, these men are firmly convinced that they are hopelessly inadequately small.”
Now, hold the head of the penis, other hand keeps the remaining hand to make a grip. You can sit in a Chair or standing, depends on you. Then, get a firm grip on the head, keep straight and hold for 30 seconds. You can remove the penis and stretch it, but you can feel pain when performing this exercise. You can take a short break between series, and can speed up the process or increase the intensity if you feel better.
Instead of furtively turning to untested methods, men with persistent concerns should consider opening up about them with their doctors. That's because performance problems sometimes act as an early warning signal for serious health problems. Your doctor might be able to prescribe something that can really help, or least provide a valuable dose of perspective about what constitutes "normal" sexual performance.