What is fake and what isn't
What is fake and what isn’t?
From the amount of reading I’ve done lately on the subject cross referencing with studies done by Laurence Levine, Oderda and Gontero, Leicester General Hospital, UK. F1000 Urology and others from the Journal of Sexual Medicine. It has been medically proven the extent of some penile enlargement techniques do work.
Longterm effects of breakage of the tunica of the corpora haven’t been studied yet. That aside from other studies proper medical supervision has never blatantly stated the popping of the tunica has or should occur and lengthening of
“72 patients with a mean age range of between 26 and 56 years, treated by three different penile extenders applied between 4 and 6 hours a day over a 4-6 month period. Patients were followed up for 3-12 months (mean 6.2 months). The mean gains in flaccid and stretched penile lengths were 0.8-2.3cm and 1.3-1.8cm, respectively. There were no adverse outcomes reported other than temporary penile bruising reported in three patients”
~Non-invasive methods of penile lengthening: fact or fiction?
Which also seems to contradict a lot of what I’m reading in the forums and correct penile enlargement. Also the study still recognizes further controlled environment evaluations of the measurement need be done as different venues, personnel, and instruments of measurement were used in the study.
This site has some good stuff and some very questionable stuff, including one moderator/co-administrator whose gains are very unrealistic and never provided with factual data or evidence. Furthermore people believe the information even though it would be a medical breakthrough if it occured. 1.5% or about 1 in 66 men have a penis 8+ inches long and an increase in 5.5 inches would wreak havoc on the urinary tract of the penis.
What’s the truth? Many people are encountering discoloration in using these techniques and the reason for this isn’t lengthening but massive amounts of scar tissue which can lead to the increase of encountering peyronie’s disease.
Maybe I need to look further but I’ve just seen a lot of smoke and mirrors and no defined method of measuring gains for the site and that’s scary when I see these pictures of multiple posters each using a different method of photographing to show evidence of there gains.