Study Shows Genuine Penis Growth Using Extender

March 6, 2009

Italy (ChattahBox) – Men who are unhappy with their penis size may not need to turn to surgery for results any longer or controversial ‘natural pills’.

A new study conducted by the University of Turin’s San Giovanni Battista Hospital showed a significant increase in penis size, 32% flaccid, 36% erect, after men wore an extender daily for six months.

“Having undergone psychosexual counseling, to make sure that the treatment would be beneficial, the men were asked to wear the Andro-Penis device for between four and six hours a day for six months,” Dr Paolo Gontero, a consultant for the study, explained.

“The device comprises a plastic ring, two dynamic rods that produce the traction and a silicon band to hold the penis in place. The men were told to increase the traction from 600g in month one to up to 1200g in month six. Follow ups were performed in months one, three, six and 12.”

Only 16 of the 21 enrolled in the program finished, with five dropping out due to painful bruising, follow up, or satisfaction with the size increase they had already experienced.

It is the first clinical study that has shown a significant improvement in length, although there was no change in penile girth.

“If these results are confirmed by further research, we propose that the device should be used as a first-line treatment option for men seeking a penile lengthening procedure,” Gontero said.


2 Responses to “Study Shows Genuine Penis Growth Using Extender”

  1. eyya on March 7th, 2009 7:19 am

    this is amazing specialy for those who has a small dick and they cant satisfy there wifes……

  2. Andromedical on April 2nd, 2009 10:01 am

    More than 300,000 patients have been treated with Andropenis®!!!

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