male enhancement pills

have you ever thought about taking them to make yourself (or otherhalf) bigger?

i have just to see what would happen. as am about 7inc i haven't really seen the need to get them (should i?)

I was considering getting a 3 month batch of the Vig RX pills but after some sleuthing discovered that the effect isn't permanent, and considering it takes a month or so for them to start working would mean needing to pretty much take them constantly to make them worthwhile. But at £30 a month, I'd rather have the money than a marginally thicker willy.

I don't have the right bits for this question, however my thoughts would be save the £360 per year & spend it on some toys or some nice wine or a meal out together.

Apart from a mild, temporary ego-boost I can't see that you or your partner are going to get very much from these pills.

headsouth wrote:

Personally I'd rather keep my money and not fall for bullshit like this!

Ditto.

I have not thought about them for a few reasons, I'm happy with my size and I consider all shit like this to be an attempt at financial exploitation playing on the insecurities of the gullible. Maybe I'm wrong but it's highly unlikely these things are safe and/or produce any measurable difference. They leave me rather peeved actually...

WandA wrote:

headsouth wrote:

Personally I'd rather keep my money and not fall for bullshit like this!

Ditto.

I have not thought about them for a few reasons, I'm happy with my size and I consider all shit like this to be an attempt at financial exploitation playing on the insecurities of the gullible. Maybe I'm wrong but it's highly unlikely these things are safe and/or produce any measurable difference. They leave me rather peeved actually...

I ditto your ditto (that sounds ruder than it probably should)

What a load of nonsense - a best a waste of money at worst dangerous! Buy a Tenga Fliphole instead and show your cock some love instead!

xxKPxx

Short answer is no. If they are not being endorsed by the UK regulatory bodies for more than cost reasons I'm not touching. There wouldn't be a shortage of volunteers for a basic research program, thus if it has not been conducted and cited I have no incentive to purchase any. Keep the money, it sounds as though there is a hook on it, some gullible folks will wait to see if it's just taking a bit longer (legit. drugs sometimes do)

If it's something bigger you want buy a cock ring or a bigger dildo and enjoy cock for what it is not what your friend's auntie's hairdresser's partner read about in a magazine

It's most likely a bullshit money making exercise.

I wouldn't put medicin into my body that isn't proven safe and prescribed by a doctor.

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medicine*

If they are things like Vig RX (sold on LH) then they DO work but they don't increase length, they just make the erectile tissue on the sides of the penis capable of filling with more blood than before. But the effect isn't permanent and you are just as likely to have the same effect by using a penis pump that can cost £20 rather than the hundreds you'd pay for pills. So even if you decide to use the pills you'll just have the same length, but slightly thicker than normal and any placebo effect you decide has occured.

I'm going to stick to the pump and invest the money in gym membership instead =D

Plus, surely sucking things bigger is better than flooding your body with junk. And you can control a pump - like if it starts to hurt or go a funny colour, you can stop right away - but once some pills go into your system, they're there, and you can't un-dose yourself.

Student20 wrote:

If they are things like Vig RX (sold on LH) then they DO work but they don't increase length, they just make the erectile tissue on the sides of the penis capable of filling with more blood than before.

Interesting....reference?

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Alicia D'amore wrote:

Student20 wrote:

If they are things like Vig RX (sold on LH) then they DO work but they don't increase length, they just make the erectile tissue on the sides of the penis capable of filling with more blood than before.

Interesting....reference?

Adx

Think this is the product: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=1127

Seems to be based on chinese herbal medicine though ... *cough* pseudoscience *cough*

xxKPxx

KittyPurry wrote:

Alicia D'amore wrote:

Student20 wrote:

If they are things like Vig RX (sold on LH) then they DO work but they don't increase length, they just make the erectile tissue on the sides of the penis capable of filling with more blood than before.

Interesting....reference?

Adx

Think this is the product: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=1127

Seems to be based on chinese herbal medicine though ... *cough* pseudoscience *cough*

xxKPxx

Hehe... It almost sounds like you don't approve of arbitrary remedies that are hundreds of years old.

Now where did I put that tiger penis....

KittyPurry wrote:

Alicia D'amore wrote:

Student20 wrote:

If they are things like Vig RX (sold on LH) then they DO work but they don't increase length, they just make the erectile tissue on the sides of the penis capable of filling with more blood than before.

Interesting....reference?

Adx

Think this is the product: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=1127

Seems to be based on chinese herbal medicine though ... *cough* pseudoscience *cough*

xxKPxx

I was thinking about this one, but I think they're basically the same: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=780

And I was surfing the interwebs trying to find the studies that are supposed to back up the science of the pills, I'll have a look for it. But it's pretty much the same mechanics as viagra as far as I could tell, just with 'natural herbal extracts' instead of off the shelf pharmaceuticals.

WandA wrote:

KittyPurry wrote:

Alicia D'amore wrote:

Student20 wrote:

If they are things like Vig RX (sold on LH) then they DO work but they don't increase length, they just make the erectile tissue on the sides of the penis capable of filling with more blood than before.

Interesting....reference?

Adx

Think this is the product: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=1127

Seems to be based on chinese herbal medicine though ... *cough* pseudoscience *cough*

xxKPxx

Hehe... It almost sounds like you don't approve of arbitrary remedies that are hundreds of years old.

Now where did I put that tiger penis....

In your endo? Too easy

xxKPxx

KittyPurry wrote:

WandA wrote:

Hehe... It almost sounds like you don't approve of arbitrary remedies that are hundreds of years old.

Now where did I put that tiger penis....

In your endo? Too easy

xxKPxx

I think there's scope in this for another pun...

Student20 wrote:

I was thinking about this one, but I think they're basically the same: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=780

Eighty eight pound ninety nine?! For 3 months supply?! What? I can get 3 months supply of real medicine for £21.60 (3 prescriptions @ £7.20 each)!

Wow - how is herbal stuff, that's supposedly been around for decades and doesn't undergo the same expensive testing as real medicine, cost far more? (Obvs I realise from the pharmaceutical company the real drugs cost a lot but that's what the NHS is for, if you really need it, and these things *really* work, why aren't they available on the NHS?)

I doubt it does work but I'll take that back if I see reasonable evidence proving it.

Adx

Ditto on what WandA said about it going on the insecurities of the gullible.

Regardless of whether they work or not, if you've got the kind of low self-esteem/confidence where you feel you need to take them, then no amount of pills is going to make you better. Large penis does not equal good sex.

Alicia D'amore wrote:

Student20 wrote:

I was thinking about this one, but I think they're basically the same: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=780

Eighty eight pound ninety nine?! For 3 months supply?! What? I can get 3 months supply of real medicine for £21.60 (3 prescriptions @ £7.20 each)!

Wow - how is herbal stuff, that's supposedly been around for decades and doesn't undergo the same expensive testing as real medicine, cost far more? (Obvs I realise from the pharmaceutical company the real drugs cost a lot but that's what the NHS is for, if you really need it, and these things *really* work, why aren't they available on the NHS?)

I doubt it does work but I'll take that back if I see reasonable evidence proving it.

Adx

I guess their target buyers are the gullible and the desperate: people who can easily be persuaded it's worth the money

xxKPxx