Bigger, harder, firmer, longer. These are all ways to describe a man’s ideal male organ. Whether it’s locker room competitions or male adult literature star comparisons, some men just aren’t happy with the size of their schlong. This fixation is reaching such heights that cosmetic procedures for men in the UK have increased over 200 percent over the last decade alone. Member size has become a big deal. So it begs the question, “What can a man do to make his male organ bigger?” Here are some options that may be the answer.
The Priapus shot, or Dr. Charles Runels created P-shot for short. It takes under 20 minutes to do, only requires a local anesthetic, and is virtually painless. The procedure starts with removing blood from the patient. It’s then spun through a centrifuge to produce platelet-rich plasma, which has growth factors. The blood is then injected to the male organ is a few special places and BOOM, you’re done! The P-shot is reported to increase member size by between ten and 20 percent and increase blood flow, which results in a harder hard-on. The growth factors that are injected into the male organ grow new tissue and blood vessels, therefore making the male organ bigger and harder. This procedure has no downtime, and cost usually begins around two thousand dollars.
No, it’s not Skrillex’s long lost brother, it’s something to make your balls bigger. This is procedure entails shooting Botox into the sack. Under a grand to do, it’s a procedure that makes the plums look fuller. Besides looking bigger, it keeps them from sweating since it pulls them closer to the skin, and it makes the entire area look younger since it peps them up instead of letting them sag. How does it help member size? The boys kind of prop the male organ up and energetic look instead of the old man droop. Scrotox only lasts about four months, so if a man wants to keep his youthful walnuts, he’ll need to have a couple of shots each year.
The Male Organ Implant
There are two kinds of male organ implants; one male organ implant is for men with member dysfunction, and the other is strictly for aesthetic purposes. Here, we’ll focus on the aesthetic only. The implant has been around since 2003. However, not everyone can get the implant. If a man has diabetes, takes a blood thinner, or is uncircumcised, the implant option is out. The male organ implant is also still in trials and awaiting FDA approval, so if a man wants to get it, he’ll need to head to Cali and see the doctor who invented it.
What is it? The implant is a silicone sheath that wraps around the shaft of the male organ to make it 2.5 to four centimeters wider and longer. Once approved, it’s expected to be the next big thing in plastic surgery. This surgery, right now, will set you back about ten G’s, but it has a 95 percent success rate. You make the call.
Male Organ Care
No matter what a man’s member size, he needs to take special care of his male organ, so it remains healthy, strong, and sensitive until he hits the pearly gates. That’s why all men should use a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) daily to keep their favorite appendage in tip-top shape. Full of vitamins and nutrients like vitamin C and Arginine, this crème boosts blood flow for harder, stronger hard-ons. It also keeps skin smooth and silky with Shea butter and vitamin E. It’s the perfect way to take care of the male organ no matter what the size.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.