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The Power of Traction: Insights from Scientific Studies

In the expansive realm of male enhancement, the path to natural penis enlargement is often shrouded in a fog of skepticism. The idea of naturally increasing length is frequently met with incredulity and dismissive shrugs. This skepticism is stoked by a market awash with scams promising immediate results and by tales of men who have harmed themselves in their pursuit of rapid gains. Yet, beneath this fog, a body of scientific evidence is emerging that endorses the effectiveness of traction-based methods for penis enlargement, like penile traction therapy.


The Principle of Traction and Davis' Law


Traction is far from a novel concept. It's a principle that has been employed in medicine for centuries, particularly in orthopedics, to correct or prevent deformities. The concept is straightforward yet potent: sustained tension applied to body tissues can stimulate cellular growth and expansion. This principle is encapsulated in Davis' Law, which posits that soft tissue remodels itself along lines of tension.


When applied to the penis, traction creates microtears in the tissue. This instigates the body's natural healing mechanism, leading to the growth of new tissue cells. This process mirrors body modification practices observed in various cultures worldwide, such as neck elongation in certain tribes of Thailand and Africa. It's a testament to the body's remarkable ability to adapt and transform.


Harnessing the Power of Traction: Insights from Scientific Studies


The power of traction has been effectively harnessed in penile extenders, devices designed to apply a constant stretch to the penis. This method was not just considered for the penile length, traction therapy for Peyronie's disease also was and is a popular alternative to standard surgical approaches.


A growing body of scientific studies, conducted by reputable institutions and researchers, substantiates the effectiveness of these devices.


A study led by Dr. Mohammadreza Nikoobakht at the Urology Research Center, Sina Hospital, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran, revealed significant results. Subjects who used a penile traction device for several hours a day experienced a notable increase in both flaccid and stretched penile lengths. The average flaccid penile length increased from 8.8 cm to 10.1 cm after the first month and to 10.5 cm after the third month of follow-up. The average stretched penile length also significantly increased from 11.5 cm to 12.4 cm after the first month and to 13.2 cm after the second month of follow-up[1].


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In another study, Dr. Paolo Gontero and his team at the San Giovanni Battista Hospital, University of Turin, Italy, found that patients who used a penile extender for at least 4 hours per day for 6 months experienced an average gain in penile length of 2.3 cm for the flaccid penis and 1.7 cm for the stretched penis (flaccid stretched length)[2].


Further supporting these findings, a study by Dr. Mohammad Reza Nowroozi and his team at the Uro-Oncology Research Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran, showed that patients who used the AndroPenis penile extender for between 4 and 6 hours per day for 6 months experienced an increase in penile length. At 6-month follow-up, an average gain of 1.7 cm for the flaccid penis, 1.3 cm for the stretched penis, and 1.2 cm for the erect penis was noted[3].


These studies provide compelling evidence that traction-based devices can lead to significant increases in penile length.


Traction: The Common Thread in Penis Enlargement Methods


The principle of traction is not confined to penile extenders. It can also be applied to manual training, All-Day-Stretchers (ADS), and hanging methods. These methods operate on the same principle—applying a sustained stretch to the penis, leading to microtears and subsequent tissue growth.


The methods used in the studies mentioned above follow the same principle as manual stretching, hanging, or the use of All-Day-Stretchers, which is traction. This underscores the potential of these methods to offer similar benefits.





While skepticism around natural penis enlargement is understandable, scientific evidence supports the efficacy of traction-based methods. These methods, which include penile extenders, manual training, ADS, and hanging, can lead to significant increases in penile length. However, it's important to note that this process takes time and there are no quick solutions for this journey. As with any new treatment, individuals should consult with a healthcare provider before starting.


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[1]: Nikoobakht, M. et al. (2011). Effect of penile-extender device in increasing penile size in men with shortened penis: preliminary results. J Sex Med. [Link]⬅️

[2]: Gontero, P. et al. (2009). A pilot phase-II prospective study to test the 'efficacy' and tolerability of a penile-extender device in the treatment of 'short penis'. BJU Int. [Link]⬅️

[3]: Nowroozi, M. R. et al. (2015). Applying extender devices in patients with penile dysmorphophobia: assessment of tolerability, efficacy, and impact on erectile function. J Sex Med. [Link]⬅️

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