Male Enhancement

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Guys, be honest, there probably hasn’t been a time in your life, where you didn’t wish you were ‘bigger’…

 

 

“I think there isn’t a guy in the world who hasn’t wished his penis were an inch or two longer,” says Michael O’Leary, MD, professor of urologic surgery at Harvard Medical School and a urologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

The question then is, can it be done and what is FACT or FICTION.

Penis Exercises – This is medical FICTION. While the logic seems to make sense, do exercises, increase blood flow and it will get bigger, the reality is it doesn’t work.

You can not enlarge your penis like you can increasing the size of your biceps by doing more curls. Your penis doesn’t have the same characteristics as a muscle. The penis is made up of vascular tissue. Not muscles and fibers. Therefore it can’t be enlarged by exercising.

Natural Male Enhancement – Some FACT mostly FICTION. Some men may experience enlargement by using natural male enhancement pills. However the lasting impact is minimal and side effects can be horrible. The bottom line is these treatment simply have not been proven to work.

Surgery – While it is FACT surgery can increase a man’s size, the pain, discomfort and cost is overwhelming. However, much of it visual hocus pocus.

With surgery, fat, silicone or tissue grafts are injected into the penis. The side effects can be nerve damage, reduced sensitivity and inability to get an erection. Finally, this procedure can lead to lumpiness in the penis.

To date, not one medical association has backed this type of procedure, so be wary.

Size Doesn’t Matter To Her – This is FICTION

Size does matter to her and it matters a lot. According to a study by the Journal of Sexual Medicine the average penis size is 5.6 inches. In the same study, they examined the impact of size and girth to women’s orgasms.

The study found ‘women who have vaginal orgasms say they climax more easily if their man has a longer penis.’ (Journal of Sexual Medicine – September 24, 2012)

The bottom line is size matters to her, and it better matter to you.

At The Carolina Men’s Clinic, we offer a procedure called the P-Shot. Some men may experience over an inch is length, depending on a number of medical factors.

The ‘P Shot’priapas-shot-north-carolina

The P Shot is a medical procedure using your own Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). Your blood is drawn and then spun in a state of the art centrifuge creating the PRP. This is then injected back into you creating more blood vessels and tissue in the penis.

The procedure uses no other chemicals so the treatment is all natural.

Patients have seen increases in size and girth in as little as 7 days.

 

The P Shot And Peyronie’s

According to the Mayo Clinic;

Peyronie’s (pay-roe-NEEZ) disease is the development of fibrous scar tissue inside the penis that causes curved, painful erections. Having a curved erection is common and isn’t necessarily a cause for concern. However, in some men, Peyronie’s disease causes a significant bend or pain.

This can prevent a man from having sex or might make it difficult to get or maintain an erection (erectile dysfunction). For many men, Peyronie’s disease also causes stress and anxiety.

In a small percentage of men, Peyronie’s disease goes away on its own. But in most cases, it will remain stable or worsen. Treatment might be needed if the curvature is severe enough that it prevents successful sexual intercourse.”

Studies have shown the peyronie’s disease can be treated in a number of ways. The most effective is the P Shot. By injecting a man’s own Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) back into the penis, new growth will happen. In turn the scar tissue can be reduced and men will experience pain free erections.

Schedule A Consultation

To schedule a consultation with our medical staff, simply fill out the form on this page. All your information is kept in the strictest of confidence. The consultation is only $199 and if you move forward with the procedure, the cost of the doctor visit is waived.

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