Does Penis Enlargement Work? Studies Show That it Does!

This is the news that thousands of men all over the world have, secretly, been waiting for! A study of medical literature has unfolded that there are in fact some non-surgical and non-invasive methods to increase penis size that do actually work – but there are also some that result in disappointment.

A recent published study reported that traction methods are most effective in extending the length of the penis. However, it also reported that surgical penis enlargement procedures could be dangerous because they have an extremely high rate of complications associated with them.

 

Research Says it Works

The surgeon’s who ran the study examined the literature on both non-surgical and surgical procedures for so-called ‘male enhancement’, and they found ten relevant studies. Five of these studies resulted in surgical techniques administered on 121 men, while the other half discussed non-invasive and non-surgical techniques that were used by 109 men.

One particular study on the traction method showed an increase of 1.8cm while the penile organ was soft. Another study showed that the penis measured an extra 2.3cm on average when soft and 1.7cm when erect.

Yet to achieve these results the patients had to follow a difficult routine involving six hours of traction every day for four months in the first phase and then four hours a day for six months in the second phase. If you live in Australia and are interested in learning more; non surgical penis enlargement at Man Cave Sydney options are available.

 

Other Penis Enlargement Methods

Other penis enlargement methods the scientists and researchers have investigated include the ‘penis pump’; this device uses suction to stretch the penile organ. Researchers reported that using the penis pump was only effective if it was used every day for six months. The scientists who conducted the studies also reported that ‘peno-sctroal’ rings, which fit around the penis, may help maintain erections and enhance the size.

The research comes forward after a significant increase in the number of men seeking urological advice for the so-called ‘small penis’ syndrome. Several men are asking for assistance because they end up overestimating what is a ‘normal’ penis size really is.

In addition, the researchers stated that the organ could be regarded as ‘normal’ size if it is at least 4cm when soft and at least 7.5cm when erect. Although, BMI and height are a factor when determining ‘normal’ organ size.