First FDA Approved Penis Extender – Argued to Increase Penis Size By 1.5 Inches in 6 Months
Recently, the F.D.A., the Food and Drugs Administration in the U.S approved the very first penis extender, which has its roots in Europe, where it has been on the market for the last ten years, originating in Germany before branching out.
Unlike most of the devices you see on the market which use certain types of frames which sit at the base of the shaft, extending along it and securing the head in a rubber strap, this device is completely different.
Argued to be much easier and simpler to wear than the frames, which many believe do little if nothing to the size of your manhood, only leaving you with an empty wallet, this device is half the price as some extenders and is now medically proven in the U.S to produce tangible results – hence F.D.A approval.
Placed around the base of the shaft, the vacuum protector sits there painlessly working on the principle of a stretch belt which is worn beneath clothing, invisible to the human eye.
Studies carried out in the U.S also indicated that the head of the penis is observed to get bigger as the tension acts on the tip of the glands.
This device is the First Vacuum Extender of its kind
Argued to treat men with an incurvative penis, men with spiral-shaped calluses on the penis, prostate surgery, retractio penis, small penile syndrome, subjective penile deficiency and erectile dysfunction – it is now a patented and respectfully priced men’s extension device which has featured in Men’s Health Magazine, the Medical Practise Urology Nephrology and the Medical Tribune.
Obviously pills won’t deliver a size increase, as their only benefit is to increase the blood flow. Diabetics who suffer from lack of blood pressure in this region may find such ingredients a benefit. For size increase – No, stay well clear.
Penis extenders – frames – that are often argued to be the next best thing to surgery will in fairness deliver barely any results. The premise of their extension argument is that much like hanging weights on the organ, over time cell tissue volume increases, thus the size of the penis. There is little if any medical evidence however to support this.