Monday, April 21, 2014

Penis Enlargement: Fact Or Fiction?

By Donald Zimmer
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Men concerned with enlarging their penises have resorted to all sorts of measures to help them achieve their desired goals.
No doubt, if you're a web surfer, you've seen the ads and the amazing claims. There's so much information and mis-information concerning men and penis enlargement, that one has to wonder just what and who they can really trust and rely upon for sound, healthy information concerning penis enlargement.

it's a scary world

Being a man, I know first-hand what men think and feel about this subject. Being a physician, I can also speak with authority concerning the methods necessary to reach the goal. From a physician's point of view, I can also assert that in almost 20 years of practice, the following are widely held thoughts, feelings, concerns, and sexual facts about men worldwide:

1. Most men who have troubles or difficulty with sexual performance, specifically loss of erectile firmness, won't speak openly with their wives, girlfiends, let alone their primary care doctor.
2. Most men would rather tough it out and try to figure out what's going on by picking up on conversations at work, the health club, friends, the Internet, and yes, even the men's locker room.
3. Men have been told by women that penis size doesn't matter.
4. Erectile Dysfunction (ED) affects 1/3 of men, regardless of age or race.
5. The average penis size is 5.5", according to the Kinsey Study.
6. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in the world.
7. 38,000 men die each year from prostate cancer in the United States and the trend is increasing.
8. Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) occurs in 50-75% of men.
9. 90% of men are unhappy with their current penis size, penis length and sexual ability.
10. Most men are interested in enlarging their penis.

Most men currently believe that the only way to "really" develop a larger penis is by using a penis pump; a penis traction or weight device, or by undergoing phalloplasty (penis enlargement surgery). None of them are appropriate choices for the majority of men looking to increase their penis size. Here's why...

Penis Pumps
Considering the adult entertainment industry today, penis pumps are seemingly only advertised in the back pages of men's magazines. Of course, all of them claim the ability to produce an elephantine phallus.
The facts, however, are that pumps are used by men who suffer from chronic insulin dependent diabetes or circulatory disorders (which is why even Medicare will cover their cost).
Men with these conditions have such poor blood circulation due to their sugar metabolism, that they can't even get the blood flowing into the area. What the pump does for these men is stretch the skin and underlying tissues, allowing them to clamp off the blood flow and consequently trap it in their penis. With the clamp firmly in place, they can briefly have sex.
Take the clamp off and the erection goes away. Repeated pump use doesn't increase your size, it only makes your erection depend on it. You might have even seen pumps advertised as "FDA Approved". Well, they are, but only for very specific health issues.
I have not been presented with one legitimate unbiased study concerning penis pumps. What the pumps will do is make your penis semi-erect so you can penetrate an orifice.

Stretching Devices
Many different types of devices are on the market. Most medical phallic appliances are utilized to promote tissue health following surgery to cut the suspensory ligament.
These devices are needed in rare cases in order to alleviate and correct scar/adhesion buildup. Unless you've had penile surgery within the last 24-36 hours, you don't need a stretching device.

Weight Hanging
Hanging weights from the penis has been a practice in place for an estimated 2,000 years. Evidence of this practice continues in certain African tribes. It has even been suggested that the pharaohs of ancient Egypt practiced this method of penis enlargement. However, this doesn't work because it's been shown that even though the length of the penis may increase over a long period of time, its thickness is actually decreased. Depending upon the hanging device, blood circulation also decreases, which can, in turn, cause necrosis (death) of the tissue.

Surgical intervention is needed for some men with various conditions, one of which is called "micro-penis". Penile enhancement through cutting of the suspensory ligament and/or injection with fat leads to possible serious complications and deformity.
Surgery can't increase the penile muscles' strength or length; surgery can't increase your ability to maintain an erection; and surgery can't increase your ability to perform and forcefully ejaculate.
In fact, some studies have shown that suspensory ligament cutting in order to enlarge the penis actually causes a "shortening" of the penis to take place, due to scar formation in the void of the ligament.

Natural Enlargement Method
A group of physicians (myself included) set out to determine if natural penis enlargement is possible. It has taken almost 4 years, but we have determined how to accomplish it without weights, pulleys, stretching devices, injections, or surgery. We have assembled a program that will increase your penis length, width and your ability to perform sexually.
The program does not involve weights, devices, pumps, or surgery. It's all natural, and it is based upon the most recent advances in men's health from leading Universities, including research that won the Nobel Prize 2 years ago.

I encourage you to learn more about the facts and fallacies on penis enlargement, and the natural enlargement technique, by reading the System's Electronic ManualClick Here!

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