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A device claimed to permanently increase penile length and correct curvatures due to Peyronie’s disease. It acts by exerting a traction force of between 1 to 3 pounds on the penis (ouch?!?), supposedly increasing fusilage length by 4 cm and girth by 1.5 cm, and correcting curvatures of up to 40% in patients with Peyronie’s disease.

The business end of the device is the extender, which is placed over the penis and worn for 4-9 hours/day for 4-6 months. 

As far as I’m aware, none of the mechanical devices that claim to increase the size of the penis actually do so long (no pun intended) term, probably because it is a vascular structure, not a muscle. The skepticism seems warranted, given that the company offers a 2-month money-back guarantee, but only promises results if the device is worn for 4 months*…caveat emptor or, perhaps better said, caveat stretchor 

*It’s hard to imagine wearing this thing for a day, let alone 4 months


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