Unveiling the Past: Exploring the History of Penile Enlargement

Penile enlargement, the quest for a larger penis, is a timeless pursuit that spans cultures and civilizations throughout history. While modern techniques and procedures dominate contemporary discussions, the roots of penile enlargement can be traced back to ancient times. In this enlightening journey through history, we’ll uncover the fascinating evolution of penile enlargement practices, from ancient rituals to modern surgical innovations.

Ancient Practices:

The history of penile enlargement dates back thousands of years, with evidence of various techniques and remedies found in archaeological discoveries. In ancient Egypt, for example, men sought to enhance their virility through rituals and ointments containing ingredients such as crocodile dung and honey. Similarly, ancient civilizations in Mesopotamia and Asia utilized herbs, oils, and exercises in attempts to increase penis size and sexual prowess.

Medieval and Renaissance Era:

During the medieval and Renaissance periods, the pursuit of male enhancement continued, albeit with different approaches. European folklore and medieval texts abound with remedies and potions promising to enlarge the male member, often incorporating ingredients such as animal parts and rare herbs. The Renaissance saw a revival of interest in human anatomy and medicine, leading to more systematic attempts to understand and address male sexual health issues.

Early Medical Interventions:

The 19th and early 20th centuries witnessed the emergence of more formalized medical interventions for penile enlargement. Experimental surgeries, such as ligament cutting and fat injections, were performed with varying degrees of success and safety. However, these procedures remained highly controversial and were often shrouded in secrecy due to societal taboos surrounding sexuality.

Modern Innovations:

The latter half of the 20th century marked a turning point in the history of penile enlargement, with advancements in surgical techniques and medical technology. Procedures such as penile lengthening and girth enhancement became more refined and accessible, offering men the potential for significant improvements in size and appearance. Additionally, the development of penile implants and prostheses provided alternative options for men with specific medical conditions or preferences.

Cultural and Social Influences:

Throughout history, cultural and social factors have played a significant role in shaping perceptions of male sexuality and the desire for penile enlargement. Societal norms, media representations, and the influence of popular culture have all contributed to the stigma surrounding penis size and the pressure to conform to certain standards of masculinity.

The history of penile enlargement is a testament to humanity’s enduring fascination with male sexuality and virility. From ancient rituals to modern surgical innovations, the quest for a larger penis has been a constant presence throughout the ages. By exploring the cultural, medical, and social influences that have shaped perceptions of male enhancement, we gain a deeper understanding of this timeless pursuit and its impact on individuals and societies alike.

P-Long Study: A Medical Breakthrough Study In Male Enhancement

In 2022, board-certified urologist and clinical researcher Dr. Judson Brandeis developed the P-Long Protocol.

The P-Long Protocol is backed by clinical data from the P-Long Study, an institutional review board-approved study listed by clinicaltrials.gov and presented at the International Society of Sexual Medicine.

The P-Long Study consisted of 32 healthy men who followed a combination therapy I created, which utilizes: 

  • Dr. Joel Kaplan’s Vacuum Device
  • The RestoreX Traction Device 
  • AFFIRM Nitric Oxide Boosting Supplements
  • Platelet Rich Plasma

The results of the P-Long Study were remarkable. The study participants had a mean age of 32, ranging from 25 to 52 years old. At baseline, the average Sexual Health Inventory for Men (SHIM) score was 24, with a median score of 25, indicating overall good sexual health. Additionally, participants were generally healthy.

Baseline measurements revealed an average penile length of 5.758 inches and an average penile girth of 5.247 inches. Both length and circumference showed statistically significant increases after six months of treatment. Erect penis length increased by 0.805 inches (paired t test, t=13.641, p value=0.000), while circumference increased by 0.469 inches (paired t test, t=13.498, p value=0.000). This equates to approximately 0.13 inches and 0.078 inches of growth per month, respectively.

Linear regression models showed continuous increases in both length and girth over time, with monthly increases of 0.128 inches and 0.075 inches, respectively (both statistically significant at α=0.05, r2=0.068, F=11.738, p value=0.001 and r2=0.259, F=14.719, p value=0.000, respectively). Descriptive statistics further illustrated the successive monthly increases in both length and circumference.

Percentage growth from baseline was also analyzed, showing a mean increase of 15.2% for length and 9.1% for circumference after six months. When divided by the six-month period, this equates to approximately 2.53% and 1.51% increases per month, respectively.

Subgroup analysis based on baseline length revealed that participants with a baseline length of 5.40 inches or less experienced a greater percentage increase compared to those with a baseline length greater than 5.40 inches. This difference was statistically significant (t test unequal variances, t=-4.035, p value=0.001).

Participants reported improved sexual function following the study, with all 30 respondents indicating that their function was better. None reported no change or worse function.

One of the key benefits of the P-Long Protocol is its non-invasive nature, as it does not require synthetic injectables, surgery, or foreign bodies. The study followed participants for six months, but the growth curve suggests the potential for continued growth with additional treatments.

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