Is Penis Enlargement Possible?

pretty-womanA bigger penis is possible, of this there is absolutely no doubt. Even if we discount the fact that we are in an age where women can reshape their breasts at a whim and changing our noses, filling our lips, raising our cheeks and tucking our ears barely warrant mention, the simple act of stretching the flaccid elements of our bodies is a human tradition that began with the earliest civilizations. Humans have, in fact, been stretching earlobes, nostrils, lips and, yes, penises since time immemorial. And if you’re still skeptical, just look at the many cultures throughout history that have used neck rings to elongate their necks to incredibly disproportionate lengths.

There is, therefore, no reason to believe that the body will not respond to continuous force applied to the penis by adding tissue and thus increase its overall size. There are many testimonials and manufacturer funded clinical tests to support this theory, and unless millions of people are lying or deluding themselves en masse, we have to believe there is some truth to the matter. When we filter out all of the hopelessly exaggerated claims and inevitable advertising fluff, what remains is the consistently recurring and reasonably tenable notion that a well-implemented regime with a legitimate extender will increment penis length by about one inch, or 2.5 cm.

Thankfully, we also have clinical medical trials adding much needed credence to this phenomenon. Perhaps the most important medical evidence comes from the 2008 trial conducted at the San Giovanni Battista Hospital, University of Turin, in Italy. This study tracked fifteen patients who applied the device for four hours per day over a six-month period. The patients’ penises were measured at regular intervals and the results demonstrated significant and permanent increases of “1.7 and 2.3 cm for the stretched and the flaccid length, respectively”.

The results of these tests were published in the May 2009 edition of the British Journal of Urology International and have been widely accepted by the medical community as preliminary evidence of the efficacy of penile elongation devices. It should be noted that, while some corresponding increase in girth, or penis width, was noted, it was not considered significant in proportion to the registered gains in length.

With so many interested parties in the penis enlargement industry, we can rest assured that more clinical testing and research will follow. We can, however, even now safely pronounce that not only is penile elongation possible, it can be achieved safely and easily and without the need for surgical intervention. The current devices on the market have about two decades’ worth of development behind them, so while on the one hand we can be confident that we are entering an arena where the products are quite mature in evolutionary terms and able to effectively address many, if not all, of the known side-effects associated with such treatment, there is no reason not to believe that further innovation cannot bear fruit to even more effective treatments.


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