Add Inches! (No, Seriously, Men Can Do It Longer)
Do not worry, you did not accidentally click on the junk email. Although most methods of penis enlargement are false, a new review of 10 studies indicates that some nonsurgical techniques can increase the length of a male member.
Two researchers in the field of urology, Marco Rossa and Paulo Gontera, from the University of Turin, Italy, examined the results of both surgical and non-surgical operations for “male improvement” in previous studies. Half of the studies included surgery in 121 men, the other half included non-surgical improvement techniques used by 109 men.
The researchers found that the surgical treatments were severe and had “unacceptably high complication rates.” But among non-surgical methods, at least one seemed to help in the growth of a male member: the “traction method”, where the extended penis extended. The daily penis, led to an average growth of 0.7 inches. , O 1.8 cm, of the soft penis in a study. In another study of the same method, men reported an average increase of 0.9 inches (2.3 cm) in length, while mild and 0.67 inches (1.7 cm) during erection.
In the first study, participants had to perform four to six hours a day for four months, and in the second, the daily treatment continued for six months.
In another study of patients with erectile dysfunction, the researchers found that the use of ventricular loops, which fit around the scrotum and base of the penis, helped promote size and maintain an erection. However, given the small sample size of the study, the results were inconclusive.
The data reviewed indicated that the penis injection system for six months, using a pump to create a vacuum inside a cylinder to extend the penis (I think Austin Powers), although painful, was not effective.
Regardless of the procedure, the circumference of the penis remained unchanged.
So, it’s worth asking, guys, do you really need a bigger penis? The researchers found that most men who seek to treat the so-called “short penis” are already within the size of the natural penis. Your sense of what is normal is simply distorted. To qualify for the clinical definition of short penile syndrome, a man must be less than 1.6 inches (4 cm) when limping and less than 3 inches (7.6 cm) in erection. In a 2005 study of 92 men who sought treatment for a short penis, the researchers found that no one was eligible for the syndrome.
Paradoxically, the problem may be related to the same source of feelings of many incompetent women: pornography. In the end, men seem to care much more than women. According to sexual consultant Ian Kerner, who writes on CNN’s The Chart blog:
If the size of the penis is already a problem, it seems to be more important for men than for women. According to the British Journal of Urology, when researchers analyzed more than 50 studies spanning 60 years, they found that 85% of women were satisfied with the size of their partner’s penis, but only 55% of men were satisfied with your bars!
This is a big difference in perception, and in my personal opinion, this feeling of insecurity in men is likely to increase after the advent of online pornography. This is because the research shows that more than a third of men who mistakenly believe that their canes are too small, say that insecurity began observing erotic images during adolescence.
This does not mean that size does not matter at all. “When pressed, most women [according to the 2001 Women’s Health Survey of BMC] say that penis circumference is more important for pleasure than penis length,” says Kerner. Unfortunately, no pump or extension can help you on that circuit. .
As they say, what matters is the size of your ability and not your sexual device. The present study was published in the Journal of the British Society of Urologists.