Many men have the false impression that bigger is necessarily better when it comes to male organ size – better for their sensual abilities, for their appearance and even for their character. This drives some to all manner of desperate attempts to make the male organ larger, from sketchy stretches to concerning contraptions. Another common recourse men take is the male organ pump. When deciding whether to opt for such a product, it’s imperative that men gather several pieces of information, including whether there is evidence that it works, what possible consequences to male organ health it may have and, perhaps most importantly, whether or not this whole enlargement business is just preying on men’s unfounded insecurities.
Does it work?
The answer to the question of whether a male organ pump works depends upon the proposed purpose for which it is used. Male organ pumps draw blood into the manhood. They are designed with a tube that fits over the male organ, a pump powered either by a battery or by hand and a compression ring that is placed around the base of the male organ to hold in the blood that the pump brought in. So male organ pumps work to bring blood into the male organ, which can be a godsend for men with firmness dysfunction.
Another legitimate medical application for male organ pumps is for men with Peyronie’s disease, which is characterized by severe curvature of the manhood. A pump may help straighten the male organ, therefore adding length in a sense.
If one is asking about the effectiveness of these devices for enlargement purposes for a healthy male organ, the answer is likely negative. While pumps do cause a temporary swelling that may appear as a size increase, there is no reason, either evidence-based or theoretical, to believe that the change is permanent.
Are there risks?
So what if there’s no evidence? Some guys might be eager enough to try it out anyway, particularly if there aren’t any serious side effects. While most side effects associated with male organ pumps are mild, there are a few concerns that men should take seriously.
Minor side effects include:
• Tiny red dots from bleeding under the skin’s surface
More concerning complications include:
• Risk of bleeding if used in conjunction with blood thinners
• Blood clots or bleeding if used by someone with a blood disorder such as sickle cell anemia
• Damage to elastic tissue that causes weak tumescence (more likely when pump is used frequently and for a prolonged period of time)
So male organ pumps are not risk-free devices; if not using for a legitimate medical reason such as firmness dysfunction, it is best to avoid these risks.
Am I really too small?
A 2015 study found that 95% of men (out of a sample of more than 15,500 men) have firmnesses the length of which is at least 3.9 inches, with the overall average being 5.16 inches.
Can a 4-inch hard male organ perform sensually? Yes. Can it look good? Yes. Does it say anything about a man’s character? No.
A product that works
If men want to give themselves a boost in the downstairs region, they should focus on health, not size. There is a product designed to enhance the health of the tool: a male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). A product with high-end moisturizers like Shea butter and vitamin E can make the skin smooth, soft and resilient; vitamin C can help in the skin firmness department, maintaining a youthful-looking male organ. When it comes to the male organ, not all skin care products are made equal; one designed for the manhood specifically, like Man1 Man Oil, will provide benefits without the irritation one risks when using any old hand or body cream.