“My advice to men is that before they try any potions, creams, pumps or surgery, improve your technique. You will feel more confident and women will like you a lot more, at least in the bedroom,” says Dr. David Shusterman, MD, the Medical Director of NY Urology. A lot of men don't invest money into the right products that will improve the outcomes. “At every Duane Reade they have what I call a penis enhancement pack; it includes a penis ring with a vibrator on it. The pack is $10 and it will achieve what the men want to achieve without going through surgery,” says Dr. Shusterman. A lot of men want enhancement but it tends to only hurt your sex life, not help. “Most guys regret going through surgical enhancement,” says Dr. Shusterman.
“I have personally recommended this to men and I have received lots of great feedback regarding its long(er) term use. It’s a hydropump, so it works by using water when you’re in the shower or bathtub. To fully understand this, it’s important to know that the penis has three soft chambers, the corpora cavernosa (two large one’s on the top of the penis) and the Carpus Spongiosum (a smaller one on the bottom of the two). When these two fill with blood, you get an erection. What Bathmate or a penis pump can do is expand these chambers, thereby allowing more blood to fill in."
Our own tests included Xtrasize, Powerhorse Growthxx, VigRX (Plus), Sizegenix, Male Extra, Rexa Var, Pro Solution, ExtenZe, Penirium, Xtremesize, PeniMax, Penilarge, King Cobra, Vimax, Me Big Dick, so pretty much every well known supplement on the market today. None of them worked, without exception, all failed without any noticable long term or longer term effect. Exactly what you would expect from some random herb mixture with anecdotal effect.
But, before you get excited, there are some things to consider first. To begin with, this procedure only works on circumcised men, so if you aren't cut, you'll need to undergo a circumcision beforehand. Next, consider the cost: a $1,500 down payment is standard, with the actual procedure often reaching $15,000 in pricing, depending on how reputable and experienced your surgeon is. Finally, it's going to be painful (even with anesthetic) and will involve a lengthy recovery time, during which you cannot masturbate, have sex, or even get aroused. If you still think this is the solution for you, proceed by first consulting your doctor.
If you want to improve your penis size effectively, you should work out every day. When you do physical exercise, your body will be in good shape, your self-esteem is also improved. Whenever you feel good, you will feel more satisfied about sex, and you will increase penis size accordingly. I will share with you several effective penis exercises that are extremely effective:
It seems every guy either wants to tell you how huge his penis is, or make it bigger than it is. And there are lots of methods out there that claim to be able to help. From drugs and supplements to devices and injections and even surgery, there’s lots of options to make your penis grow. But do they actually work, and are they something you want or need to get involved in?
Penuma is a permanent silicone that’s been cleared (though not yet fully approved) by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for penile enhancement. It’s made of malleable, medical-grade silicone, so it looks and feels like a natural penis. This relatively new procedure is currently performed only in select cities in the U.S., but we expect its popularity and availability to grow. Its manufacturer claims that clinical studies have shown very low adverse-event rates (infection in 3% of cases and seroma [fluid buildup] in 5% of cases) and high patient satisfaction.
However, after more than a century of generally dubious and sometimes lunatic penis enlargement attempts, there's still not much you can do. Sure, there are lots and lots of supposed options out there -- penis pills, creams, brutal stretching exercises, horrific-looking devices, and penis surgery. Almost none of it works. The few approaches that can work often have modest benefits and serious side effects. How serious? In some cases, erectile dysfunction-serious.