There are many men who ask the question: Does male enhancement work?
The answer is Yes. And, No. It depends on how you approach it.
If you are using male enhancement pills, patches, creams, etc..., all you are doing is increasing the blood flow to your penis and getting the most out of what is there.
But these things won't make your erection bigger unless you are
having somewhat limp erections to begin with. If these things really
worked we'd all have 11 inch erections!
Does male enhancement work then? Yes. If you use a method that actually increases the number of cells in the tissues of your shaft. This can be done by continual stretching in a correct and methodical way.
There are only 5 methods for truly enlarging a penile shaft:
Of these 5 methods, the most effective and safest is traction.
Traction is also the only non surgical method
that is medically approved.
And: Correctly applied traction carries NONE of the serious risks
Now, let's take a brief look at each method:
Penile exercises are not true "exercises". The penile shaft has no muscles that you can build. These exercises are actually stretches that you perform manually (pulling your shaft with your hands).
These exercises may be effective in lengthening the penile tissues. But, these "exercises" take a LONG time and are very difficult to do in a way that will stretch the tissues evenly. You must devote a lot of time to them on a daily basis. And, even if they work for you, they will take a long time to produce a small amount of results.
Jelqing is a technique similar to the "exercises", but, is performed with a jelqing device. This device will help to pull the penile tissues in a more even way.
Again, this method of stretching in very laborious and time consuming. It also carries the very definite risk of blood vessel damage if done too forcefully.
Using too much force with one of these devices is all too common because men want results. Results with jelqing, just like the "exercises", is very slow. So many men keep adding more force when results don't seem to come. This is where the damage usually happens.
Why do men still try using them? Because: they cost very little.
Please, don't risk injuring and possibly deforming your shaft because you are trying to save a hundred dollars.
Weights are actually very effective. They were first used in Africa about 2,000 years ago.
The problem with weights is that you must sit with the weights hanging from your member for about 2-5 hours a day. 2,000 years ago men had a lot more free time on their hands.
But, who has time to sit naked like that every day for a year or two?? That is the main drawback of weights.
Penis Surgery is by FAR the most dangerous method of male enhancement. It is also the most risky. AND you can only widen the shaft with surgery. You can not make a longer erection with surgery. In fact it may even be a little shorter after surgery.
The risks following penile surgery include and are not limited to:
Are these things you are willing to risk for very minor results?
Penis traction has proven to not only lengthen but also widen a penis. It can add as much as a full inch or more in length to a normal shaft. As well as some width. It will also make the flaccid (soft) member longer.
And correct traction is medically endorsed and physician recommended in 29 countries world wide.
Correct traction also works in a decent length of time. Normally 6-12 months. Yes, it takes some time. But it is:
And, you can go about your normal business while it is working and no one will know you're doing it!
Does male enhancement work for straightening a bent penis?
Yes! If you are using a high quality traction device correctly.
The reason for this is that it can balance the penile tissue so the the erection is straight and not puled to the side (or up or down) by the shorter tissues.
It will lengthen the shorter tissue and not the longer tissue when properly applied.
And, if desired, after the shaft is straightened, it then becomes possible to lengthen the entire shaft evenly.
This is a very personal question. And you are the only one who can decide on this.
If a bigger or straighter erection
is something that would just plain make you
more self confident,
then some enhancement may be just what you want or need.
But remember: Sexiness and ability in bed is not determined by size. If you have a normal sized erection and you feel insecure, then some psychological counseling may be what you need instead.
But, if lack of size or straightness is causing you great mental torment and insecurity them some male enhancement may be right for you.
So: Does male enhancement work? Yes, if you do it correctly and safely.