LYNGBY, DENMARK, May 19, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Penile enlargement is one of the most controversial topics today. Many physicians claim that there is no medical proof that the non-surgical methods for increasing the penile size actually work. In addition to that, there are many people online abusing this topic, which is one of the main reasons why everyone is so skeptic about it.
With the growing popularity of the penile extenders
, one of the most reputable medical journals BJUI (British Journal of Urology International), which is issued as the official journal of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, have published a research paper about the effect and benefits of the penile enlargement devices.
The "Jes Extender
" is the first medically(1) proven penile traction device. The original method of penile traction and the first medically based penile traction device was invented by the company DanaMedic, in Copenhagen, Denmark. A study published by BJUI reveals that penile traction devices including the "Jes-Extender
" and the "MaleEdge
", have the properties that are required to help patients in need of penile correction and growth treatment.
The conclusion of the study performed by BJUI, confirms that some patients still require procedure in order to "enlarge their 'under-estimated' male sex organ". The options that those patients have are either surgical or non-surgical procedures. However, it is a proven fact that surgical penile enlargement involves many risky complications and unwanted outcomes.
For the non-invasive physical treatments, a wide variety of procedures have been attempted, including penile extenders, vacuum devices, botulinum toxin and penoscrotal rings. From all of the attempted procedures, the study showed that only the penile extenders is a proven technique, which has its efficiency based on actual scientific evidence The use of penile traction devices remains first line treatment for those particular group of patients. This is mainly due to the fact that none of the other methods (vacuum devices, botulinum toxin and penoscrotal rings) are supported by scientific proof and very importantly, they have not showed any better results.
In addition to all of the results that the study showed, there is evidence that the penile extenders can be applied in cases, where the patients suffer from Peyronie's disease. In those cases, surgical corrections have high risks of patient dissatisfaction due to additional penile shortening.
The study published by BJUI ("Non-invasive methods of penile lengthening: fact or fiction?") shows detailed data about the effect of penile correctional devices, and the possible risks, which each one of them carries for the patients. From this data, everyone can clearly see that the penile traction devices can recommended by the vast majority of urological experts.
Presented at the 1st International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgery, in Barcelona, 1998.
The result of an unbiased, clinical test concluded that participants experienced an average enlargement of as much as 28%, after using the Jes-Extender. Some experienced a penis enlargement of more than 40%.