There are a number of rumors today about the size of a man’s appendage. Including how he can make it grow, feel better, work better, and keep his partner satisfied. Some of these rumors are true, while others are as fictitious as the ten inches you see in front of the mirror every day. Today, we’re going to take that magnified lens and turn it towards a few of the recent medical procedures, exercises, and vitamins/herbs claiming to give men an edge in the size department. Let’s find out what is worth your dime and which isn’t worth your time?
Almost any M.D. who is not a doctor, but plays one on TV, will tell you that enlargement pills are a scam and don’t work. One of the only proven methods of growth is phalloplasty. This involves cutting the ligament that binds a man’s appendage to his public bone, and pulling out the remaining length hidden within the body. There is also a procedure where fat stores are taken from different parts of the body, and inserted for increased girth. Phalloplasty will cost you anywhere from $3,000 to $6,000, but before you go running to your favorite plastic surgeon, you should know if complications arise (and they can), you could be permanently disfigured for life.
Off of the cutting table, and into the gym, man has developed a weight program that can be performed daily, promising to increase your length and girth by as much as one inch. Weight hanging, as it is referred, is used to force cells within the shaft to divide and create greater mass. The process is accomplished by hanging a series of progressively heavier weights on a man’s appendage over time. However, rather than negotiating dangling weights from your manhood, there is a third technique I think most guys will find a lot more enjoyable.
Ballooning has a similar idea to weight hanging, except it involves building cell mass using the act of sex itself. The way it works is a guy builds himself up to a near orgasm, then abruptly stops just before. Another name for this practice is called coitus reservatus. You do this balancing act for up to five cycles, before indulging in an orgasm. What this is supposed to accomplish, is accelerating the metabolism of testosterone inside the spongy tissue of your manppendage, thus creating growth. Claims of up to three inches have been made, but whether it works or not, the technique should be reward enough.
Vitamins and Herbs
You won’t be going anywhere unless you have enough motion to feed into your ocean. In other words, size does not matter if the tool is not working. A poorly functioning instrument is a source of much unhappiness for a great number of men. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. There is a proven list of herbs and vitamins that may help with your sexual performance, including:
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Saw Palmetto
- Siberian Ginseng
- Glutamic Acid
- Puncture Vine
- Horny Goat Weed
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- Evening Primrose Oil
- Wild Oats and Plum tree Berry
A Man’s Last Stand
Most of a man’s difficulties with his manppendage starts with his own negative thought process, which diminishes his prowess, simply because he doesn’t believe in himself. However, considering these problems begin in your head, they can also end there. This is why any technique you use can be somewhat beneficial, because it can give you the confidence to see past your insecurities. If you feel like you have discovered the notion (and potion) to drive the motion of your lady’s ocean, your confidence will swell along with that of your favorite head.