Do male enhancement pills really work?
There seems to be a relentless amount of advertisements claiming penis pills will, in fact, increase the width and length of your penis. Contrary to the advertisement claims, there is no scientific evidence to support penis enlargement from a nonsurgical method. Most penis pills are considered completely ineffective by the scientific community. In fact, some pills on the market have the capabilities of causing serious harm to your penis.
The male enhancement pills on the market today contain specific herbs, minerals, vitamins, or hormones that claim (seperate or a combination) make your penis bigger. There has been no concrete evidence that these have any enlargement effect on the penis, nor are any of these products FDA approved.
Having insecurities about your sexual performance is normal. Many men would rather search the internet and spent upwards of $100 on male enhancement pills than go to a medical professional and get the important and real information.
The current growth in the market for “Male Enhancement Products” has caused the misconception that penis enlargement can be achieved by non-surgical means. No natural or chemical pill has the ability whatsoever to permanently enhance the penile size. The only permanent solution to increase the penile size and achieve a progressive penis enhancement is surgery with the Penuma silicone implant. Dr. Elist is the first surgeon in the Los Angeles area to perform procedures involving penile prosthesis devices manufactured by American Medical Systems.