Some men seek injections of natural and synthetic fillers to increase the girth of the penis. Others seek surgery if a smaller penis size or penile abnormality (like hypospadias) is interfering with the ability to urinate or quality of life. Small penis size usually is not an indication for surgery to treat infertility. In such cases, assisted fertility procedures may be the better option.

Ligament release will immediately make you look about one-half to one inch longer, but it can also change the angle of your erections so the penis doesn’t rise, but elongates while pointing straight down. Between that and the risk of erectile dysfunction, it’s no surprise that many men find this option unappealing. If this is not a compromise you want to make, it’s wise to avoid this procedure.
The easiest way to stick with a routine is to make it as easy as possible on yourself. For example, if you want to get fit, you may want to consider buying a gym membership that does laundry for you (at a small extra cost), so that that you always have work-out clothes, and decrease the possibility of missing a workout – prevent yourself from having an excuse like, "Oh, well I don’t have clothes today, I’ll just workout tomorrow."
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.
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