‘Average sized’ men warned against seeking treatment for ‘short penis syndrome’ …
Most men who use penis ‘enhancement’ pills, lotions or devices are often regular-sized guys affected with what experts have called ‘short penis syndrome’, new research suggests.
As more and more men are exposed to magazines and websites filled with ads for penile enlargers, male body issues are on the rise, experts say – leading to warped images of what a ‘normal’ penis should look like.
The study, published in the British Journal of Urology International this month, came after the researchers revealed some ‘well-conducted studies’ on penile traction devices that produced an ‘effective and durable lengthening of the penis.’
The US-based Mayo Clinic also urges men to be cautious when exploring penile enhancement, noting that most men are ‘more normal’ than they actually think, and that the techniques seen in ads could cause damage or even impotence. deets here