The topic of penis size has been a focus of male self-perception and confidence since the beginning of time. Whether you’re looking to boost self-esteem or improve sexual performance, the options for enhancement vary from surgical procedures to manual stretching techniques. However, what are these stretching techniques, and do they really work?
While there is some anecdotal evidence, there is no data that shows a significant increase in penis length or girth from penis stretching exercises. This is due to the penis’s unique anatomy and how it handles stretching and pressure.
This blog post will delve into the anatomy of the penis and why stretching techniques and devices do not work for penis enlargement.
The good news is that there are nonsurgical methods that reliably increase penis girth and length. Most people believe that to see significant improvement in penis size you have to endure penis enlargement surgery, but that is not the case. Dr. Malik has perfected a technique for nonsurgical male enhancement so you can see the results you want—guaranteed.
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The Anatomy of the Penis: Is the Penis a Muscle?
Before attempting any form of enlargement, understanding the structure of the penis is essential.
Although many people refer to it as a muscle, the penis is actually not a muscle at all. The penis is mostly made from spongy tissue, blood vessels, and smooth muscle tissue. Smooth muscle tissue is different than skeletal muscles, like your biceps. Organs such as your liver are also made of smooth muscle tissue. The penis’s close proximity to the pubococcygeal muscles (one of the pelvic floor muscles) make it possible for men to “flex” their penis, making it seem like the penis itself is a muscle.
The key structures in the penis shaft are the corpora cavernosa, twin tubes running the length of the organ, and the corpus spongiosum, which surrounds the urethra.
Stretching techniques primarily target these structures, aiming to increase their capacity for holding blood during an erection.
What Is Penis Stretching?
Penis stretching includes using different techniques, and sometimes devices, to increase the length and/or girth of the penis. Manual stretching exercises are also known as jelqing.
Advocates for jelqing argue that the practice can enlarge the penis by inducing microtears in penile tissue, which subsequently enlarge as they heal. This concept is often compared to how weightlifting promotes muscle growth; however, such an analogy is inaccurate.
The penis is not a conventional muscle, but an organ composed of smooth muscle tissue (unlike skeletal muscles such as the biceps) that becomes engorged with blood to achieve an erection. Consequently, it doesn’t react to physical manipulation in the same manner as other muscles do.
Potential risks associated with jelqing include discomfort, bruising, and soreness in the penile region, along with the potential for skin irritation due to friction. Moreover, the practice could elevate the risk for conditions like Peyronie’s disease, characterized by painful, curved erections, or even erectile dysfunction. These risks arise from the possibility of accidental injury during jelqing, which could lead to the formation of scar tissue or hardened plaques that alter the penis’ shape.
Manual Stretching Techniques
There is not enough evidence to suggest that any stretching technique can achieve significant, long-term results when the purpose of increasing the size of the penis is for aesthetic or sexual reasons. However, for those wanting to try the following exercises are a good place to start. It is important to do these exercises gently, taking care to avoid bruising.
- Steps: This technique involves repeatedly stroking the penis in a squeezing motion from the base to the glans. Make an OK sign with your thumb and forefinger. Use this to squeeze your lubricated penis from the base closest to your body all the way down to the penis head. You can repeat daily for up to twenty minutes.
- Precautions: Always use lubrication and avoid jelqing when fully erect to minimize injury risk.
Risks and Precautions of Stretching Techniques for Penis Enlargement
- Refrain from attempting to stretch the penis while it is in an erect state; it should consistently be in a flaccid condition prior to any exercises.
- Administer a lubricating agent like petroleum jelly or a natural oil to the penile region before initiating any stretching techniques. Limit the frequency of these exercises to once or twice per day at most.
- Cease any activity immediately should you experience pain or discomfort.
- Consultation with a healthcare provider is highly recommended, particularly if you intend to engage in these exercises on a regular or extended basis.
Penis Stretching Devices
Penis stretching devices use pressure in different forms to bring more blood to the penis or stretch the penis tissue.
Vacuum Penis Pumps
- Vacuum devices designed to draw blood into the penis. You place your penis in a tube and then pump the air out of the tube. This pulls blood into the penis, making it swell.
- They do help men who have erectile dysfunction by making it easier to get an erection, but they do not make the penis larger.
Traction Devices and Penis Extenders
- Mechanically hold the penis in an extended state for prolonged periods.
- Extenders must be worn for hours a day over the course of months to see any size increase. One study reports that men who wore a penis extender for 4-6 hours daily for a period of 6 months found a mean increase between 0.9 and 2.5 cm (0.3-0.9″) in flaccid penis length.
Reliable Penis Enlargement: Surgical Vs. Nonsurgical Methods
If you want reliable penis enlargement, stretching devices and jelqing are not going to off the results you want.
Surgical procedures for enlargement often involve risks, a longer recovery period, and can be invasive. On the other hand, nonsurgical options like dermal fillers and topical treatments offer less invasive and often cheaper solutions.
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Prometheus by Dr. Malik: A Nonsurgical Alternative
Prometheus by Dr. Malik offers a cutting-edge nonsurgical penis enlargement method that has been gaining traction for its effectiveness, safety, and minimal downtime.
- Minimal recovery time
- No general anesthesia
- No stitches or scars
- Natural look and feel
- Permanent results
- Can treat your penis glans, scrotal area, and girth in the same appointment
Numerous satisfied clients report not only increased size but also boosted self-confidence.
First our team will apply local anesthetic to numb the area and minimize discomfort. Then Dr. Malik will apply microinjections of our proprietary filler to the areas you want enhanced.
Our unique filler activates your body’s own collagen production, replacing the filler with new collagen. The new collagen creates your penis’s new larger size. Since the collagen is your body’s own, your results look and feel natural. And they are permanent.
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Whether you opt for manual stretching, mechanical devices, or surgical procedures, the ultimate goal is to increase both size and confidence. Among these methods, nonsurgical options like Prometheus by Dr. Malik offer a safer, more effective alternative.
Now is the perfect time to take action. Come meet Dr. Malik, an experienced and double board-certified medical doctor, to discuss a tailored treatment plan. Take the first step toward rediscovering your confidence by choosing a proven, nonsurgical method.
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Santos-Longhurst, A. (2019, December 19). Is the Penis a Muscle or an Organ? And 9 Other FAQs. Healthline. https://www.healthline.com/health/is-the-penis-a-muscle#size