Is this true What do you guys think
I found this website where the expert says that there are no evidence to show that non-surgical methods, which are those they practice here work. I was wondering what the people that have experimented with these techniques have to say about this. The following is the website, and one of the questions with a reply from the expert.
A)I just received another (one of many) ads on how to add 3” in 11 days to the length of your penis. The thought came to me that with all the research you have done in the area of erections, you just might have some experience or knowledge about these ideas. Is this at all feasable? Do any of these programs produce the growth they advertise? Is any one of them any better than the others? I’m not unhappy with the equipment I have, but if I could add a little too it without doing any harm (and not costing too much) it might be worth it. Do you have any advice? I would really appreciate your help.
There is no hard (pun) evidence that any of the non-surgical methods work — even though you can find all sorts of testimonials that they do. People will swear to almost anything! If these methods really did work, they would be written up in all the most important magazines and scientific journals. This news would be shouted from the housetops. Instead these “offers” are from people who are ready to make money on the fact that quite a few men wish they had more of a good thing. There is some temporary stretching of the flaccid penis that can occur, but you probably add a little length at the loss of thickness — which is a bad trade in my book. The stretching, IF it occurs, will affect your flaccid penis and not your erection, so it’s no big gain