There are literally hundreds of advertisements and articles on penis enlargement, and your email inbox probably suffers as a result. They talk about the amazing, "unbelievable" results that can be achieved, but the only honest word here is "unbelievable." Save your money. Nothing currently on the market has been shown to permanently increase penis size.
You should wear loose-fitting garments and avoid overexerting yourself. Do no heavy lifting for approximately one month, and refrain from sexual relations for a month to six weeks. Your doctor may instruct you in a course of stretching exercises or a system of weights to ensure optimal results. It may take three to six months before you see the complete results of this surgery.
It's important to remember that male enhancement is a big industry which reinforces men's insecurities about the size of their penis. Penis enlargement pills do not work, and neither do creams, lotions, supplements or other male enhancement products. If there was an approved and effective treatment it would be available from pharmacies rather than illegitimate online pharmacies only.
The size of a man’s penis has been discussed out of proportion. Most porn movies feature porn stars with insanely large penises, which leads many to feel unduly worried about their size. And then there is a myth that a bigger penis satisfies women more, which is NOT exactly true. But there is little doubt that having a bigger phallus is every man’s biggest desire.
Alistair took out a £5,000 loan to add to £3,000 of savings, and paid to go under the knife. (Surgery is difficult to obtain on the NHS, though it can be offered for psychological reasons, or to correct a true micropenis.) “It was the worst thing I’ve ever done,” he says. “The pain afterwards… I couldn’t sit, I couldn’t stand. It was beyond anything they told me to expect. The wound got infected, and when they gave me antibiotics, it kept seeping pus. The scarring has barely faded even now.” He says the fat injection became lumpy, while his erection no longer stands straight. “It just doesn’t look right. It’s deformed.”
Two urological researchers, Marco Ordera and Paolo Gontero of the University of Turin in Italy, examined outcomes from both surgical and nonsurgical procedures for “male enhancement” in previous studies. Half of the studies involved surgical procedures performed on 121 men; the other half involved nonsurgical enhancement techniques used by 109 men.
Agree with Mary. Most women I've dated have stated they only date men with big dicks (7and up and fat). To many, 7 inches is their minimum. Most women may not have this criterea but many modern women do. Saying penis size doesn't matter is a ridiculous PC answer. However, vaginas come in different sizes. A big dick with a small vagina is not meant to be. The Kama Sutras recommendations in this regard are far more helpful than just denying it matters. It matters... To some women... To varying degrees. Key is in finding partners who are a good mutual fit.
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.