last updated December 18, 2019
Is penis traction safe? That's a very important question.
And, it needs a serious answer.
So, let's start with a quote from an important paper in the European Medical Journal on Peyronies disease and a bent penis:
“Penile traction devices (PDTs) have been studied as a treatment for
straightening the penile curvature in men with PD.... There are no
serious adverse events, including skin changes, ulcerations,
hypoesthesia (numbness), or diminished rigidity.”
reference: Dr. Ali Can Albaz, European Medical Journal
"Peyronie’s Disease: Recent Treatment Modalities"
Traction on the penis has 3 purposes:
1) Straighten a curved or bent penis
2) Penile Enlargement
3) Healing support after penile surgery
Traction correctly done with a high quality medically approved device has been clinically proven to be safe and effective for all 3 purposes mentioned above with no adverse side effects.
"Penis traction is so good,
that it is endorsed and recommended by doctors
in 29 countries worldwide."
Yes, correct penis traction is so good, so Safe and Effective, that it is now medically endorsed and doctor recommended in 29 countries worldwide. This includes:
USA • Canada • United Kingdom • Italy • Holland • Germany • France • Denmark • Brazil • Thailand • Sweden • Taiwan • Uruguay • Switzerland • Portugal • Japan • Argentina • Philippines • Venezuela • Luxembourg • Australia • Andorra • Serbia • Mexico • Chile • Malaysia • Tunisia • Norway
In clinical study, correct traction has been proven over and over again to be
the safest and most effective method for straightening a bent penis.
The primary dangers and problems from penis traction come from:
Currently there are 23 different manufacturers of traction devices for the penis.
I have researched every one of them.
There are only two on the market that have met all of my personal requirements for quality, reliability, effectiveness, and safety. These, as you know, are the Quick Extender Pro and the Pro Extender devices.
Both units are:
The majority of problems from these "copy cat" traction devices arises not from incorrect usage, but from using an inferior, imitation, "cheaper" device.
"Cheaper" is the key word here. Correct penis traction is so effective that it can be effectively used to enlarge a cock. As much as 1 1/2 inches!
And with all the male sexual insecurity there is, there are about 26x more men looking for a bigger dick than there are men looking to fix a bent one.
So enlargement is often emphasized. Especially on the cheap poor quality units that are only looking for a quick sale. These poor quality units may damage your cock permanently.
But make no mistake. In clinical study after clinical study, a high quality traction device has proven to be the best and safest method for straightening a bent penis.
And, traction with a high quality device has proven to be the only Safe and Effective method for adding length as well as width to a man's shaft.
Men with a bent penis (Peyronies Disease) almost invariably choose one of the two devices I mentioned above. When a man is suffering from an uncomfortable condition already he usually wants the best and safest product he can get.
But men who only want to get a bigger cock, for whatever personal reason, often take a different attitude. Many will buy a cheaper imitation unit because they consider it no more than a sex toy.
This can be a horrible and tragic mistake! We are talking about the safety of your cock here. And you cock is not something you can replace if you damage it.
The cheaper imitations of the devices I mentioned have to do something to cost less.
Since some of the very best ones cost under $300 dollars, the only way to make a unit less expensive is to cut out the expensive high grade structural materials and use less expensive inferior materials.
These inferior "copy cat" penis traction units look almost
exactly the same as the high quality ones. But, there are definite
differences in quality and/or design. And these differences are
what can cause severe penile damage when used.
The monetary savings is about $100 - $125 dollars. Is saving that amount of money worth risking damaging your cock permanently? I don't think so. Not to me.
So, if you are thinking about using traction to straighten a bent penis or to enlarge it, you want to be sure to use the absolute traction unit you can find.
The reason I rate these two manufacturers best are: quality, safety, effectiveness, and reliability!