Myths and Truths Behind Penis Enlargement

The burning question is can it be done? Can a penis be made bigger beyond the inches that have been genetically pre-determined?

Fair to say, nothing is impossible; where there’s a willy there’s a way!




Your penis can be made bigger, there are quite a few methods you can try in an attempt to achieve enlargement of, what you presumably perceive as, your under-sized penis.

OK, let’s go for it, let’s see if we can unravel the myths and truths behind penis enlargement. Here then is a menu of options:

  • Surgery
  • Exercises
  • Pills and supplements
  • Penis extenders

Penis Enlargement Surgery

If your preference is for surgery then you must be a desperate boy, surgery really has to be the last port of call … intrusive and not without the risks of complications. Please don’t go there unless it’s the absolute final solution on offer and, backed by your GP!


Penis Exercises

There are many exercise that you may be well advised to try before committing to any other course of ‘treatment’. These exercises generally call for massage and perhaps the application of a soothing cream or gel; this is a good opportunity, maybe, to include your partner in productive and erotic foreplay?

The various massages of the gentile region include specific techniques, the details of which are readily available on a number of excellent web sites. As always check out customer reviews and the company’s history.

Be wary of any treatment that involve attaching weights to your penis, could be a result beyond eye-watering!


Male Enhancement Supplements

Pills and supplements are for most a sensible non-aggressive option for penis enlargement. The usually natural remedies can be taken on their own or to complement some other strategy such as massage.

There’s a wealth of products out there for you to try. Herbal type remedies often will contribute to overall health whilst increasing blood flow to the penis and improve semen production. For example the shrub, mucuna pruriens, a tropical legume native to Africa and tropical Asia, has long been used as a traditional medicine; it is believed to contain aphrodisiac properties and qualities to help alleviate the effects of many disorders, dysfunctions and diseases such as Parkinson’s.



Pills and supplements can prove most beneficial to your overall wellbeing and at the same time help to increase the size of your manhood.

However before taking any pills or supplements always take professional advice from a GP, who will have access to you medical history and be able to point to any ingredients that may cause you to suffer side effects.

Remember, it may take some experimenting to discover the precise supplement that works for you, be patient and persevere.

penis-extenderPenis Extenders

Penis extenders, in various seemingly tortuous designs, do work for some diminutive penises. The extenders are generally far less aggressive then they first appear, usually comfortable and easy to operate. A penis extender could well prove to be your answer, in which case it’ll be well worth a try.

Of course you really must follow the instructions, be too ambitious and, yes, you could very well extend your penis but, also … end up in A&E!

Well that concludes our list of, shall we say, bone fide options for penis enlargement. It really is now up to you to decide which route to take; before you take the plunge ask yourself this question, ‘Should I be doing this?’

Should I be doing this?

If you are currently in a loving tender relationship and enjoying great sex then the answer is probably no!

However, I must add a caveat to the ‘surgery’ section; it may well be that you have some physical disorder that can only be fixed by a medical procedure or operation, in which case you are left with little or no options.

Taking surgery out of the equation, we are left with ‘exercises, pills and extenders’.


It makes sense to eliminate these options one at a time, starting with the least intrusive, massage, and working towards the more daring last option, penis extenders.

Massage is really a no-brainer, cost friendly, non-invasive and could even help heighten the whole sexual experience.  If it doesn’t work, or you only have centimetres of success, you should complement, or replace your massage therapy with supplements or pills. Not forgetting that many supplements and pills may have other overall health benefits.

As for penis extenders, well they have be proven to work, so if you’re up for it, go for it; with a little caution. Extender therapy can be employed alongside or even replace massage and supplement treatments.

To reiterate; always consult with your GP before taking any pills or supplements.

In conclusion, with all these remedies it really can be a case of trial and error with an element of mix and match. Take your time, experiment and you will find an answer.

Good luck!