There are a large number of men with a natural desire to enlarge the penis, who lack a safe and effective means of doing so.
It is estimated that 2/3 of men will, at some stage, investigate methods of enlarging their penis through penis exercises, vacuum pumps, extenders, or some other technique. The majority will try ineffective and risky methods, such as consuming penis enlargement pills.
The procuring of penis enlargement pills, creams and patches online are inadvisable. Ingredients are often incorrectly specified and manufacturing and handling standards can be poor.
Other methods of enlarging the penis take considerable time and effort and provide little benefit. For example, penis traction devices involve attaching a loop to the penis head, which can damage the glans penis if too much tension is applied. Penis exercising techniques, such as ‘Jelqing’, are for the most part ineffective; due to the commitment of time and energy required. For further information, see our section on Penis Enlargement Fact vs Fiction.
To date, the only approach with scientific validity has been penis surgery.
However, surgery is costly, invasive, and requires significant downtime. Further, penis enlargement surgery is not recommended by the UK National Health Service, the NHS:
“…there is little or no evidence to prove the safety or success of operations to increase penis size. Penis enlargement surgery can have complications, and many men are unhappy with the results.” NHS 04/04/2015