Is SizeGenetics a Scam? – A Medical Doctor’s Opinion
Is SizeGenetics a Scam? – A Medical Doctor’s Review on Penis Enlargement
It is not uncommon for us to receive loads of emails on an almost daily basis about penis enlargement devices, pills, pumps, and other contraptions. Rest assured over 905 of these are nothing but pure scams exploiting people who are looking for genuine answers. Out of interest, I began to research the internet to see if there are any documented and genuine devices and pills aimed at penis enlargement. After several hours of research and studies, I came across a couple of products which seem genuine enough. What are my criteria for certifying the product as genuine and not a scam?
1. The product should be medically and clinically endorsed.
2. There should be genuine testimonials from previous users.
3. The product should give results that are visible to the user and his partner.
4. Cheap is not always best but still the product should be affordable.5. It should be backed by a solid guarantee.
SizeGenetics is one such product that seems to meet all criteria. Whilst I am not writing this having tested the product, I do understand a reasonable amount of physiology with my medical background. SizeGenetics is a physiologically acceptable and possible means of penis enlargement. What is the science behind SizeGenetics? Stretching a body part over a long time period leads to the organ adjusting to the stretching. The same holds true for the penis. The length and girth of the penis are limited by the amount of blood that can be filled in the cavernous spaces of the penis. The more these spaces become, the more blood they can hold and leads to an increase in penis size in both girth and length. Every time these exercises are performed, the penile cells stretch and expand beyond their normal size. During rest days penis cells heal and grow to larger sizes. Patience is the key here and in two-three months one can add 1-3 inches to the penis size.
The contemporary Orthopedic surgery uses the principle of traction to lengthen or straighten fingers and legs. It is also used to force the body to grow fresh skin to cover tissue defects of the face. Even history has proof about the results achieved through traction. Do you remember the Paduang tribe of Burma with their elongated necks?
SizeGenetics is not a scam but a genuine physiologically proven method for penis enlargement. Cheap parts, unregulated markets, non-existent testing and lack of manufacturer knowledge mean there are devices, which look similar to the SizeGenetics device, but produce vastly different results. Instead, stick to the SizeGenetics device which is classified as a medical type 1 device by the European Union Health Authorities.