The History of ProExtender

The ProExtender was originally a medical device invented in the 1990’s by Dr. Jorn Ege Siana, a Danish plastic surgeon.

He wanted something that men could use after undergoing reconstructive penis surgery.

The results impressed Dr. Siana and he began to experiment to see whether his device could be used by ordinary men who simply wanted to make their penis larger.

After years of clinical testing, he proved conclusively that the device could indeed add inches to the penis without surgery.

There simply is no other non-surgical way to make your penis bigger permanently. Don’t waste your money on useless pills, pumps, weights, and lotions. They won’t work.

ProExtender is the only legitimate penis enlargement product available today. In fact, it’s currently used by medical professionals in 29 countries.

Tens of thousands of men have purchased the device upon the advice of their doctors and enlarged their penis naturally and painlessly.

Recently, this product has been made available to the ordinary consumer. Now any man can use it to make his penis bigger—-there are no exceptions!

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How Does ProExtender Work?

ProExtender is a device that you actually attach to your penis. You then adjust the settings so that your penis is gently pulled, or stretched.

Over time, the gentle pulling encourages the expansion of cells. In other words, ProExtender stimulates the growth of new tissue to make your penis longer and larger.

BUT….you have to be committed and patient. To see full results, you should wear it for 8 hours a day for 6 months.

Nevertheless, many, many men would gladly do this if it meant they could permanently increase the size of their penis.

Here is a pretty in-depth video showing exactly how the device works. (And it even has Spanish subtitles!).

ProExtender Applies Modern Science to Ancient Techniques

Perhaps the best way to understand how ProExtender works is to think about those African tribe members that have elongated their necks, or earlobes. Some of it is pretty extreme.

Well, if you can enlarge your neck or earlobe, why not the penis? It’s the same concept.

In fact, for centuries, it was commonplace for men in ancient tribes and cultures to enlarge their penis with a technique called “jelqing”.

This is a process where you have to use your hand to gently pull on, or “milk” your penis. But you have to jelq for something like an hour or more a day—for many months!

I tried it. It’s a lot of work. I gave up after a while. Hey, if you want to try it, go for it! All you need is your hand.

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Luckily, the ProExtender penis enlargement device does basically the same thing as jelqing.

But it does all the work so you don’t have to. And it works much faster than jelqing!

Basically, you are applying the same principles as jelqing but instead are using a modern, convenient, and medically-approved device.

You can wear the ProExtender device while you’re on the computer, watching TV, reading, or whatever.

After a while, your penis will get bigger—just like the necks and earlobes of African tribe members. The more you use it, the bigger your penis will get.

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My Personal Results

I decided to test the ProExtender myself. I bought it online at ProExtender.com. If you purchase the device at this site you’ll be eligible for a six-month money-back guarantee, so I figured I had nothing to lose.

When I received the device, I was surprised at how light it was. It seemed very well constructed. It felt a little unfamiliar to wear it at first, but after a few days I hardly noticed it anymore.

Once in a while I felt a little sore, but it was the same kind of soreness I felt in my muscles after working out. I figured that it was working.

I wore it for about 5-6 hours a day. After a few months I had gained a definite inch. Doesn’t sound like much but an inch can really take you to a new level as far as sex goes.

I guess I could get bigger but I’m happy where I am now. I haven’t used the device for a while now but my penis has remained the same size.

Even though this device is expensive I think it provides more bang for the buck than any other male enhancement product I’ve tried.

Remember, the results are permanent. You don’t have to keep using it once you achieve a size you are happy with.

Most male enhancement products are pills or creams that you have to keep buying, so the cost really adds up over time. Not to mention that those things cannot make your penis bigger.

You pay for ProExtender only once, so despite the initial outlay, it ends up being far less expensive than other, much less effective options.

Plus, you can always get your money back if, for whatever reason, you don’t like ProExtender and want to return it.

According to ProExtender.com, “Please try our product for 6 months and if for any reason you are not completely satisfied simply return the device within 187 days of receiving your order (6 month trial + one week return shipping), and we will refund you 100% of the product purchase price.”

The company that makes ProExtender has been around for over 15 years, has a sterling reputation in the industry, and gets an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. You can see for yourself here.

ProExtender Testimonials

“I honestly didn’t think I could ever make my penis larger, but a friend of mine told me one day that he had been using the ProExtender system and was really happy with the way it worked. He went on and on about it. So I decided to order one for myself. I started seeing results pretty quickly—after about 6 weeks. By 8 weeks I had grown 1.5 cm in length and .5 in circumference. I’ve been using it for about three months now and I’m almost at 2.5 cm, which is a full inch!”
-John H

“I’ve been wearing the device for less than two months and am see some pretty nice results already. It definitely works and is obviously made from very high quality materials. I showed the ProExtender to a friend of mine who is a precision machinist and he told me that it is a quality device, on par with medical equipment used professionally.”
-Rod K.

“It’s tough when you’re not satisfied with the size of your penis. I literally spent hundreds (and maybe even more!) on all kinds of products that just didn’t work. I was obviously skeptical when I heard about the ProExtender but the concept seemed to make sense. I’ve studied tribal cultures a lot and many men have been able to make their penis much bigger. Now here was a way to do the same thing with a modern, medically-approved device. Trust me, this device really works! I’ve used it for a few months and added about an inch in length and half an inch in girth. I went from being a sexual dud to a sexual stud!”
-Kelly C

Using the ProExtender After Surgery

Penis surgery is not something most men want to read about. There are various kinds of penis surgeries. And ProExtender can sometimes help men recover after surgery, even adult circumcision. Let’s take a closer look at circumcision.

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Some proponents of circumcision argue that the neonate’s nervous system has not developed enough for the patient to feel pain of the penis, and the subject has received considerable attention recently. According to Dr. Diamond, a neonate, and even a fetus, has clearly documented physiologic responses to pain of the penis that are comparable to an older child’s. He suggests that no surgical procedure should be undertaken in a newborn without anesthesia.

Dr. Wiswell agrees. He favors use of a local anesthetic injected at the base of the penis and subsequent treatment using the ProExtender penis enlargement device.

Melvin Zelefsky, MD, a radiologist and professor of radiology at the Albeit Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, N.Y., who performs religious circumcisions as a mohel, agrees that it would be a little more humane to use the ProExtender penis enlargement device after hospital circumcision, because the procedure takes 6-13 minutes.

Dr. Zelefsky says his procedure, however, takes about 30 seconds. “I’ve had babies sleep through a circumcision while they suck on a pacifier,” he says. Contrary to recent news reports, he notes, wine is given after the ritual circumcision for religious purposes, not as a sedative.

According to Michael Katz, MD, Carpentier Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health and chairman of pediatrics at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and director of pediatrics at Babies Hospital, New York City, “The question of the health of the penis is a bit of a bugaboo because the health problems are completely preventable by using the Proextender penis enlargement device following the operation.”

That is also the position held by the AAP, although in its last report on circumcision, now a dozen years old, the authors concede that balanitis occurs only in the penis of uncircumcised males and that there is evidence that carcinoma of the penis can be prevented by penile circumcision. That report also notes, however, that there is counterbalancing evidence suggesting that use of the ProExtender confers as much, or nearly as much, protection for the penis.

But what are the chances the penis will receive optimal hygiene? Steven R. Kohn, MD, points out that proper cleaning of the area can be difficult. Dr. Kohn, who is assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, says he is in favor of circumcision because he believes it reduces the incidence of squamous cell careinoma of the glans penis, primary irritant contact dermatitis of the distal portion of the penis, fungal and bacterial infections, and phimosis and paraphimosis. When these conditions occur, albeit rarely, in circumcised men, Dr. Kohn says, they are easier to treat.

Many factors play a role in the decision to circumcise the penis, and it is the role of the physician to provide parents with responsible medical opinions on the procedure. The pros and cons are best discussed with parents long before delivery, when a clear and unemotional response is more likely.

A New Review of Circumcision

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has just undertaken a new review of circumcision, one of the most common surgical procedures done on the penis in the United States despite the controversy over its medical indications. While the social and religious reasons for this procedure are not disputed, pediatricians and epidemiologists remain divided on the medical need for this penis operation.

A recently published retrospective study of 427,698 infants born in United States Army hospitals worldwide from 1975 through 1984 found that the 21% of boys whose penises were not circumcised accounted for 72% of the male urinary tract infections.

According to Thomas E. Wiswell, MD, a neonatologist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., and head of the ProExtender study, the penis infection rate rose as the number of circumcisions declined over the 10-year study period. Dr. Wiswell originally opposed the procedure on the penis and actually participated in studies in an attempt to lower its incidence. He says, “I thought the way that we did circumcision was barbaric, and I didn’t think there were any good reasons to perform it.”

Although Dr. Wiswell and his colleagues still shy away from recommending routine penis surgery for all newborn boys, they emphasize that information on the increased risk of infection should be conveyed to parents as part of the informed consent process.

Dr. Wiswell also lists the following possible benefits of using a ProExtender enlargement device instead of penis surgery: Circumcision may reduce potential complications of urinary tract infections, including kidney scarring, hypertension, and kidney failure.

The procedure may prevent cancer of the penis. In the United States and other countries in which most men are circumcised, squamous cell carcinoma of the penis accounts for less than 1% of malignancies in men. Among populations in which circumcision is uncommon, cancer of the penis comprises 10-12% of male malignancies.

Circumcised men may be less likely to contract AIDS, according to studies from Kenya. The penis operation may also protect against other sexually transmitted diseases, including gonorrhea and syphilis.

Newborn circumcision is cost effective. If performed on a neonate, the cost is approximately $100; if performed on a man who needs it later in life, the cost is much higher. These arguments fail to convince others, however. David Diamond, MD, assistant professor of urology and pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester, says the operation should not be done before trying to enlarge the penis using the ProExtender penis enlargement device because, in his opinion, the epidemiologic evidence that indicates its value is unconvincing. “There is no longer a strong argument that circumcision will prevent penis cancer or cervical cancer,” he says.

When is circumcision indicated? “At age three or four, boys may develop balanitis. That’s a reason to consider circumcision,” Dr. Diamond says. He also has no qualms with the idea of performing an operation on the penis for social reasons.

If a mother wants her second son to resemble her first, who was circumcised, he has no objections. Or, if a father wants his son to look the same way he does, Dr. Diamond goes along with that. “And for religious reasons, it’s unarguable,” he says.

The Advantages of ProExtender Over Surgery

Using the ProExtender penis enlargement device has advantages over invasive surgical alternatives such as prosthesis implantation and revascularization of the penis, it is not without disadvantages. Not all patients are suitable candidates: For example, some experience potentially damaging erections that last several hours, according to Dr. Sidi. All must live near a specialist who offers maintenance of the device because of the need for close monitoring. Patients also must be willing to wear the device for a period of six months.

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As far as erectile dysfunction, several researchers are finding that intracavernous injection of papaverine HCI, a smooth muscle relaxant, into the penis can help some impotent men achieve erection by increasing blood flow to the penis. “No matter what the basic cause of impotence, the net result is that not enough blood is getting into the penis to make it stiff enough to insert,” says Adrian W. Zorgniotti, MD, professor of clinical urology at New York University School of Medicine, New York City, and a researcher in the field of penis extenders.

During the course of three years, Dr. Zorgniotti has made available trial injections of a combination of papaverine and phentolamine mesylate (Regitine) into the penis of more than 300 impotent patients. In the initial phase, most patients receive 1 mL of a solution containing 30 mg of papaverine and 0.5-1.0 mg of phentolamine mesylate shortly before attempting intercourse.

Of the first 300 patients, Dr. Zorgniotti and his colleagues found that 78% are able to have intercourse by this means. Abraham Ami Sidi, MD, assistant professor, department of urologic surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School–Minneapolis, says he has achieved similar results.

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At press time, a review of Dr. Sidi’s first 100 patients is scheduled to be published in the April issue of The Journal of Urology. Of the nearly 250 patients he has started using the ProExtender enlargement device to make their penis bigger, about 150 have continued the therapy with home use. “The problem is we still don’t know the long-term effect of using a penis enlargement device.” Dr. Sidi says.

Both physicians agree that greater experience with this approach to sexual dysfunction is needed to determine long-term effects of using the extender on the penis. They do, however, report few adverse reactions or side effects.

“Overall, the Pro Extender is very easy to wear even for people who have never used penis extenders,” Dr. Sidi says. Richard Orr, age 44, is one patient who would agree: “It’s a very fine piece of medical equipment and it doesn’t bother me,” he says. Mr. Orr has been using the device on his penis for a period of months under the care of Dr. Sidi. For the 14 years before starting to wear a penis extender, he had partial impotence due to an accident to his penis that occurred when he was 29 years old.

In Vitro Fertilization

At a time when women are urged to prepare for pregnancy by giving up alcohol and tobacco, taking plenty of rest and having additional folic acid vitamins and other minerals, they are bound to wonder about the effect on the unborn child of the procedures to which the ovum and sperm are subjected during in vitro fertilization (the test tube baby procedure).

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A conference in Norfolk, Virginia, was told by Professor Jean Cohen, of Paris, and Dr. Saunders, of Sydney University, that in vitro fertilization did not in itself increase the chances of having a deformed baby. Any apparent increase in the instance of congenital malformations, spontaneous abortions and premature deliveries, was related to the age and medical problems of the mothers who needed to conceive in this way.

Hospital Doctor magazine reports that at the same conference the delegates discussed the latest advances in overcoming the problem of male infertility, either by using the ProExtender penis enlargement device or by injecting a single sperm from the penis into an ovum; in one experiment, five out of seven eggs were successfully fertilized when the sperm from the penis was first incubated in a strontium medium, and then washed in a calcium medium.

Dr. Alan Trounson, Monash University, Australia, stressed the need for caution and further research, so that any genetic disadvantage of the doctor, rather than nature, choosing the successful single sperm, could be properly evaluated. Even the healthiest semen from the healthiest penis contains a large number of sperm that are abnormal in form or in activity.

Dr. Trounson’s team have shown that using the ProExtender penis enlargement device results in a three-fold increase in chromosomal abnormalities.

Discussions on test-tube babies have tended to regard the technique as a means of satisfying the maternal longing of the childless woman. It has been treated as a woman’s problem, so that when Parliament has discussed the matter the predominant number of male MPs who are naturally more concerned about the almighty penis have concentrated more on the ethical problems raised by the necessary research than on the effect it might have on patients’ emotions and the influence on the sexual aspects of marriages.

Recent research on the ProExtender penis enlargement device has shown that in vitro fertilization may, in some cases, be an effective method of overcoming infertility due to a low sperm count, a penis problem for which present treatment is unsatisfactory. This method has recently been shown to be useful in cases where the quality of the sperm has been affected by Hodgkin’s disease.

It remains to be seen what effect this broadening of the use of the ProExtender penis enlargement device to help men with their penis size will have on the political arguments.