You may see advertisements for lotions, creams, or oils with claims of penile enlargement. Products that you can put on your penis may contain hormones, medications that increase blood flow, oils, or herbs, or vitamins. There is no evidence that any topical product can increase the size of your penis, and some may cause a skin reaction or skin irritation.
Male enhancement pills can be bought over the counter or on the internet. They are usually herbal in nature (the are made using plant extracts). Usually these male enhancement products make claims on the packaging about enlarged penis size and enhancing sexual performance. For example a male enhancement pill may contain substances that increase blood flow in the body and may therefore claim to increase blood flow specifically to the penis area to improve sexual function however there isn’t always enough evidence to prove that they actually work.
If these scientific facts do not change your feelings, consider the fact that maybe, like a woman bombarded by photoshopped images of "vixens" who have been surgically enhanced, you may also be comparing yourself to some unreality and suffering needlessly as a result. In fact, one 2005 study appearing in the journal Urology found exactly this to be the case. Of 92 patients who complained of a short penis, almost all of them had “overestimated the normal penile size,” noted the authors. More importantly, not one of these men actually had short penises.
Despite lack of medical research, there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence online that claim penis exercises are effective. For instance, if you visit PEGym.com’s Success Forum, you’ll see numerous first-hand accounts of men who have experienced enlargement results. With time and consistent effort, these men were gradually convinced that penis exercises work.
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