Lets face it. We have all had at least one moment in our lives when we wondered if we “measured up.” Such is perfectly natural, as is feeling inadequate. For this reason male enlargement has become a popular topic in the media, and there is a huge and growing market for products that promise enhancement. Some of these products are more reliable than others, and some methods do not even include pills. Being a man and having feelings of inadequacy can have a negative effect on one’s well being, and if relief is possible it should be looked into, because no one deserves to be self conscious about such a common insecurity.
Since the topic of male enhancement is so widely discussed, most reputable medical sources have a few words to say on the issue. First and foremost, one should speak to their physician, as there could be a treatable problem, or perhaps just a professional opinion. For those more determined to see results, there are a plethora of options including the “Fast Size Extender” a device worn on the penis to increase signs. For a non-prescription method, this has been well accepted by doctors. Lengthening and girth-enhancing surgery are explored options, but have not been proven safe or effective and cannot be recommended. As for the countless non-prescriptions pills and topical lotions available for relief, none of these have been proven effective in any scenario, and are seen widely as a scam and should be avoided. Statistics show that men are more likely to waste their money on an untested product than speak to their doctor about it.
45% of males feel their penis is not adequately sized, whereas 85% of females are satisfied with their partners size and performance.