Disappointing Website Attacking Penis Enlargement
I was surfing around webMD when I came across this article- http://men.webmd.com/guide/penis-en…-it-work?page=2 looking at penis enlargement and if it actually works. The most disheartening part to read was the paragraph (2nd page) that debunked penis exercises and weights as nothing more than ‘stretching the skin of the penis’. I find it disheartening because the article is supported by two prominent urologists, but on the other hand, some of the paragraph itself seemed bogus when it describes trying to build the penis up like it’s a muscle. Of course we know it’s not a muscle, and it also attacks penis enlargement as expensive (which the Thunder’s community here has disproved long ago with it’s free forums). The article also questions the history of jelqing as well as attacks devices like hangers and stretchers as ‘medieval torture devices”.
I however believe that no real scientific experiment has yet been undertaken to credibly prove or disprove PE. What is your opinion? Do you think we’re really just stretching the skin on the penis? Are these doctors right, or they don’t know what they’re talking about because there haven’t been scientific experiments that either prove or disprove PE?
As a side note, I am thinking that no scientist would eagerly jump on such a research project as it would entail that the scientist likely be present during much of the PEing of all the participants involved.obviously, that could pose a problem in time constraints and obvious privacy issues. I come down on the side of PE working (even though I haven’t officially started). Does anyone have good advice to dismiss this article completely as under researched and under tested by the scientific community?