Although most procedures are fictitious, a review of 10 studies suggests that a few nonsurgical techniques actually can increase the length of a person's organ.
Two urological researchers, analyzed outcomes from the two surgical and nonsurgical procedures for male enhancement in preceding research. Half of the research involved surgical procedures the other half involved enhancement techniques used by guys.
The surgical treatments, the researchers discovered, were dangerous and had unacceptably large rate of complications. But one of the nonsurgical procedures, at least one seemed to help grow the member of a man: the method, where a penile extender elongated the phallus each day, resulted in one study in some development. In another analysis of the way, men reported increase while erect.
In a different study of two erectile-dysfunction patients, researchers found that the usage of penoscrotal rings, which fit around the scrotum and base of the penis, assisted beef up dimension and maintain erection. But given this study's sample size, the results were inconclusive.
Reviewed data also indicated that a six-month regimen of daily penis pumping, with a pump to produce a vacuum inside a cylinder to stretch the member, while painful, wasn't effective.
No matter the procedure, penis girth stayed unchanged.
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