Why Pills and Creams for Penis Enlargement Don't Work
Some pills and creams aimed at men wanting to increase penis size are designed to increase blood pressure in the penis. They often just give a placebo effect and don’t give any real results in increasing the length and girth of your penis. They may increase blood pressure temporarily, but this has no effect on penis size in the long term. If you still want to try penis enlargement pills, we really recommend visiting your GP and getting a verified prescription. As well as only giving a placebo effect, they can also give you some pretty unpleasant side effects. These can include headaches, nausea, allergies and heart palpitations.
Penis enlargement pills have never been medically documented to really work in giving you a bigger penis. Penis enlargement pills actually only carry side effect risks, with no real results in making your penis bigger permanently. There’s a lot of false advertising when it comes to these products, so you consider alternatives ways of growing your penis, such as penis traction devices instead. Read more about penis traction extender devices here.
Creams are similar to pills in that they can just cause a temporary, or placebo effect in feeling like you have a longer, thicker penis. They are generally not medically verified and there’s no medical proof that they work. Creams for penis enlargement also leave you at risk of having a skin or allergic reaction to them, which can be painful in any part of your body, let alone your penis.
The MaleEdge penis extender uses the method of penis traction to enlarge your penis, which is a far superior method than using male enhancement pills or creams. Penis traction can be done in your own home, is risk-free when the extender device is used correctly, and is a completely natural way of getting a bigger penis permanently. Read more about penis traction here.