Can Male Organ Fillers Increase Male Organ Size

Can Male Organ Fillers Increase Male
Organ Size?
Most men can’t help but have a reaction when the subject of male organ size
comes up. Those who are possessed of an exceptionally large member may
smile confidently, perhaps, while a man who is uncomfortable with what he
perceives as inadequate male organ size may fidget nervously, wishing the
topic of conversation would change. Never mind that male organ health and
skill with the equipment are of much more importance than male organ size;
many men still want to have a member of impressive dimensions. (There are
plenty of exceptions, of course.) Some men may become so insistent on
changing their male organ size that they seek out ways to make this happen.
One such option that men may consider involves using male organ fillers.
Male organ fillers, huh?
For those unfamiliar with the world of male equipment enhancement, male
organ fillers are a method by which the manhood can become fatter, though
not longer. When using male organ fillers, a substance is injected into the
member shaft in several places (after numbing the member in advance). This
substance can vary, but it is often something referred to as a dermal filler, a
gel that is made of (among others things) hyaluronic acid. Other options may
include gels made of bone and cartilage, fat, or silicone.
When these substances are injected into the members, they stretch out the
pliable manhood skin, filling it out as they settle in and adding girth to the
member. The man is then instructed to rest his member for a couple of
weeks, after which time it may be brought back for a second round of
Effective, but…
While male organ fillers can indeed give a man a “girthier” manhood, there
are some caveats that must be brought up:
 Male organ fillers are not permanent. Every case is different, so it
is difficult to say exactly how long the procedure lasts, but some
estimate that the filler generally lasts from 6 months to 2 years.
 They are expensive. Again, the exact cost will vary from case to
case, but between $5,000 and $10,000 is standard. And in most
instances, because this is cosmetic surgery, it is not covered by
medical insurance.
 There are concerns. At this point, male organ fillers are not FDA
approved for use in the male organ (although some may be approved
for use elsewhere in the body). As a result, some doctors are
concerned about both the safety and the efficacy of the procedure.
Physicians have pointed to potential complications ranging from
soreness and bruising to scarring to sensual dysfunction. However, the
paucity of evidence-based studies makes it difficult to assess the risks
involved. That said, it is absolutely clear that any man seriously
interested in male organ fillers should consult with a licensed and
respected plastic surgeon. There have been instances of non-licensed
individuals performing procedures using toxic or harmful substances
as fillers, which have resulted in damage to the patient’s member.
It’s also important to remember that many men who are unhappy with their
male organ size actually possess a manhood of perfectly adequate (or in
some cases, much more than adequate) size already. Such men may find
themselves still unhappy after undergoing male organ fillers, as their issue
lies in a misperception of physical reality rather than in an actual male organ
size situation.
Whether a man uses male organ fillers or not, or is already of a sufficient
male organ size or not, he still needs to watch his male organ health. This is
more easily accomplished via the daily application of an excellent male
organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which
is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best oils will contain both
L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an aid in helping boost nitric oxide
production, thereby helping with male organ blood flow. And the latter is an
amino acid with neuroprotective properties, which can help maintain desired
male member sensitivity.