It's ironic that the male preoccupation with enhancement seems to be independent of the needs of women, the supposed benefactors of improved sexual performance. A recent study found that 85% of women are pleased with their partner's penis proportions, but 45% of men say they want a larger penis. Given that the vast majority of men fall within a certain penis size -- about 5.5 to 6.2 inches long when erect -- most men fall within the normal range.
Because of great risk and uncertainty, medical professionals are generally skeptical of penile enlargement and avoid attempting it. Medical doctors do treat micropenis as a medical condition, however, usually by surgery, which can be warranted to improve urinary or sexual function. Most men seeking penis enlargement have normal-size penises, and many may experience penile dysmorphophobia by underestimating their own penis size while overestimating the average size.
The doctors at Morganstern Medical have a competitive advantage over other physicians and urologists performing penis enlargement surgery. Dr. Steven Morganstern has developed surgery protocols that produce the maximum size permanently. In fact, he is the physician that teaches other physicians on his technique. If you are seeing the largest possible improvement in your penis size and an outcome that lasts a lifetime, Morganstern Medical has the best options for you.
The US marshal for the Southern District of Ohio, which collected and sold Warshak's valuables to pay his judgment, did a thorough job of tracking down his property—but the marshals couldn't find the Segway, which Warshak's family had reported stolen. Three years later, the Segway resurfaced in the abandoned property room of the local sheriff's office. Someone had found it by the side of a highway back in 2008; it took until 2011 for police to realize that it was the missing Warshak scooter. In May 2012, after the gear had all been sold, the Department of Justice released $24 million to repay Berkeley victims.
In a last brief conversation with Alistair, he asks if I would ever consider going under the knife. I tell him I’ve seen such a bewildering array of shapes and sizes over the past few weeks, I don’t even know what normal is any more. If it does the job nature intended, I say, that should be enough. For many men wanting an enlargement, it’s probably not so much about what’s in their pants as what, somewhere along the way, has got into their minds – and that can’t be fixed by a fat injection and a severed ligament.