Are There Any Dick Pills That Actually Work?
If I got a penny for every time in the past 5 months that I've been asked to recommend a legitimate penis pill or dietary supplement that will help you grow your dick -- I'd have lots of pennies.
Probably enough pennies to buy a years worth of fake penis pills.
As of September 14th, 2012 August 24, 2016, I [still] have absolutely nothing that I can recommend to you.
If I got a penny for every email I've received in the past 5 months from a "Male Enhancement" company that tells me I "need to" promote their "proven" product to you guys-- I'd have even more pennies.
For the penis pill company representatives that read GoodLookingLoser.com and send me their "affiliate marketer opportunity" emails - Go fuck yourself.
If someday you guys find that there are penis pills recommended on this website, 1 of 2 things has happened-
- I've completely sold out, lying to you and will stop at nothing to make little affiliate commissions.
- The pills are legit and I've used them.
It won't be the 1st one, by the way.
For the guys that have asked about penis pills and supplements, unfortunately I can't help at this point.
Clearly you trust me and I'm not about to break that.
I'm fairly new to building a website but I know that trust takes a long time to build and a single minute to destroy.
I regard the male enhancement industry to be the least legitimate industry that is still in existence. And It's largely because of the PILLS and the absolute bullshit claims that are made. It's tarnished the entire industry to the point where a lot of guys think everything is a complete scam. There's a couple of exercises and devices that are legit, you know which ones if you've read GoodLookingLoser.com.
Nothing is every completely black or white, but this issue is close.
Perhaps it's unfair to generalize all the penis pills, but as a former dietary supplement junkie and a sports nutritionist background - I can read and easily recognize the ingredients on 95% of the products and assure you that it belongs in the toilet and not in your mouth.
- Nothing is clinically proven.
- Nothing shows the potential for "hyperplasia" specific to penile tissue (or anywhere).
This is not much different the non-steroidal dietary supplements that promise to packed pounds of lean mass on your body.
SCAM SCAM SCAM. (results not typical). etc.
At best, some of them will offer a temporary slight increase in blood flow that gives the illusion of increased size.
At worst and most commonly, they will absolutely nothing. They aren't dangerous though, none of the ingredients do anything.
Is There Any Potential?
There's three main claims that are commonly made -
- These pills that will increase your size.
- These pills will prevent erectile dysfunction.
- These pills will increase your sex drive.
The first claim is completely fake.
To date, no dietary supplement creates hyperplasia or raises human growth hormone or insulin growth factor-1 enough to induce hyperplasia of localized penile tissue.
The second claim is generally bullshit too.
To date, no dietary supplement effectively act as phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors.
There is some slight potential for the third claim.
Certain herbs, vitamins and minerals may raise your testosterone levels (if you have a prior deficiency), which will result in an increase in libido.
If you don't have a deficiency, chances are - it won't do shit.
If you have a low or decreased sex drive, see your doctor.
The biggest factors in low sex drive are low testosterone (namely, DHT) and various lifestyle factors.
My Only Recommendation (check with your doctor)
Right now, my only recommendation to combine with a male enhancement routine is the PDE5-i ED-meds - Cialis, Viagra or Levitra.
You will have to see your doctor for a script.
Do not buy it from an online pharmacy.
Aside from any potential 'embarrassment' factor, most doctors will cut you a script.
It's worth mentioning -
If you have erectile dysfunction, you may (likely) have low testosterone levels.
Have your doctor take a full hormonal panel.
There are numerous clinical studies that cite both the safety and effectiveness of these oral phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5-i).
Here is a peer-reviewed clinical study from the Department of Urology at University Federico in Naples, Italy, published in the 2010 "British Journal of Urology International," that concludes that: the chronic (daily) use of Cialis, Viagra and Levitra is both safe and effective.
If You Still Want to Buy Penis Pills
If, for some reason(?), you still want to buy over-the-counter penis pills-
- Make sure that there is a money-back guarantee.
- Make sure there a customer service email/phone number you can call and reach a live human being that will refund your money when its time.
I don't even recommend a $7.99 bottle of L-Arginine. I don't even think it's worth it.
(you can learn about L-Arginine here)
If you have tried something that actually works (aka you use it), feel free to tell me.
I'm not completely close-minded on the issue.
I'd like to see the science behind it and hear your experience.
Admittedly, I have not tried everything.
Unfortunately, I won't be buying anything without a money-back guarantee or if I can identity the same bullshit ingredients (ginkgo biloba, ginseng, green tea, saw palmetto, hawthorn berry, L-Arginine, etc. etc.) that all the other formulas have.
Slogans such as, "Doctor approved" and "Proven to work," mean jackshit to me and everyone else. Don't fall for that.
I'm sure someday there might be an over-the-counter dietary supplement that is legit...