Rarely does a day pass that somebody doesn’t ask me about those little pills that promise to make the penis gain colossal size, strength and control. Some of the offers are so compelling that potential buyers of the products might expect their new and improved penis to leap tall buildings in a single bound. After all, if “gazillions” of pills have been sold they must work, right? Let’s ask ourselves these two questions: 1) If they work, why don’t more men have seven inch penies, and 2) Are there any peer reviewed scientific journal articles that support the efficacy of these products? I haven’t seen such a study however I would love for somebody to send me one. Until then, only you can decide if male enhancement products will make your snake morph into a serpent, or if these magic pills are more like modern day snake oil.
5 thoughts on “Male Enhancement Products; Do They Really Work?”
And, anyway, bigger isn’t necessarily better.
Looking forward to being a guest on your radio show!
I agree with you 110%! Thanks for the comment!
well the pills promising growth are just silly. They aren’t going to make you grow more tissue.
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