ProSolution pills Web
site features a doctor endorsement. It also has a strong appeal to the
common concerns about penis size that men suffer from almost as
frequently as erectile dysfunction.
While erectile dysfunction is an actual physical condition, penis size is
often an issue of self image.
In a recently published article from the Mayo Clinic on their Web site
MayoClinic.com, affiliated with the Harvard Medical School, doctors stated:
The "male enhancement" industry assumes that every man:
- Is afraid he has a small penis
- Believes he'd be a better lover if he had a bigger penis
- Is looking for a way to safely and effectively increase his penis size
This is not the case, as many men are quite satisfied with the size of their
Some men want bigger penises, or bigger houses, or bigger cars. Does this
mean that it's not okay to want these things? Of course not. It's fine to want
to enhance your sex life. But don't expect that a pill can give you a porn star
penis, or that there's something wrong with you if you don't have one.
The Mayo Clinic adds:
"Don't fall for it. No scientific research supports the use of any
nonsurgical method to enlarge the penis, and no reputable medical society
endorses penis-enlargement surgery performed for purely cosmetic reasons."
They caution potential purchasers beware of the dangers of penis enlargement
scams. The hazards of penis pumps, which have been around for a while, are
documented as well.
While most pills and patches are safe and harmless to use, there has been one
recent incident in which penis pills manufactured in China contained extremely
high doses of a certain chemical, the major ingredient in prescription products
like Viagra and Cialis.
That was a single instance of one company manufacturing an extreme product
that adversely affected the health of some men.
ProSolution Pills are a safer alternative method to such radical devices as
the penis pump, or to surgery, which can cause scarring and dysfunction.
Is size really that important?
A recent survey stated that in a study of 375 sexually active women who had
recently become mothers: 79% of the women said that penis length is unimportant,
and 69% percent of them said the same thing about the penis girth.
Of course, the survey doesn't state if these women were involved in long term
relationships, as it would be unlikely that they would admit dissatisfaction if
The medical community is obviously as guilty of slanting their information in
favor of their opinion, as any sales advertisement. But does that mean that
pills will make your penis larger?
So, what is normal and what is not?
If you watch a lot of XXX rated movies, you may not know it, but the average
man has a penis between 5+ inches and 6.5 inches, when erect.
The Mayo clinic adds, "A penis is considered abnormally small only if it
measures less than 3 inches when erect, and even then it might not matter." To
whom? While a 3 inch penis may function, and impregnate women, it may not make
for a memorable erotic encounter.
What's the harm in trying?
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