Combating Real Issue of Penis Shrinkage

If you’re old enough to remember the 1980s sitcom “Seinfeld” you may remember an episode in which one of the characters, George, was inadvertently exposed to his girlfriend during a vacation on the coast. The storyline of that episode centred on the idea of penile shrinkage and the effect cold water has on the size of the penis. While that sitcom provided plenty to laugh at, the problem of shrinkage is no joke to a lot of men.

In the Seinfeld episode the shrinkage experienced by George was a temporary condition brought on by swimming in cold water. Every man has experienced the exact same thing at one time or another. Fortunately, once the penis returns to normal temperature its size also returns to normal. But for some men, permanent shrinkage is a very real thing. It’s something that can hinder their self-confidence, interfere with their performance in the bedroom, and cause plenty of sleepless nights.

Some causes of permanent shrinkage

Though the idea of penile shrinkage may seem foreign to some, there are some very common sense things that cause it. And when a man knows why he’s shrinking he can do something about. The following are the four most common causes of shrinkage in males:

  • Age – As human beings age it is normal for them to lose volume and mass across their entire bodies. We can see this in individuals who lose muscle mass; those who get progressively shorter, fingers that look thin and lanky, and so on. The area of the male reproductive organs is no different. The penis can shrink as a natural part of losing overall body mass. It’s nothing a man should panic about any stretch of the imagination. But, you should be aware that you can begin to experience the shrinking caused by age as early as the late 40s or early 50s.
  • Excess Weight Gain – Believe it or not, excess weight gain can contribute to penile shrinkage. In some men the shrinkage is a matter of perception rather than a real, physiological change, but in others the shrinkage is genuine. Science has not been able to explain why. It is generally accepted in the medical community that original penis size will return if a man loses the excess weight.
  • Impotence – Impotence is another common factor linked to penile shrinkage. Unfortunately, it’s not yet clear which one is the cause and which is the effect. It is known that men with sustained periods of impotence also tend to experience noticeable shrinkage. If impotence can be corrected it is possible that the penis will return to normal size.
  • Substance Abuse – Substance abuse is something that affects the entire body, not just the penis. There are certain types of drugs that cause premature aging and a sort of “wasting” condition whereby the body does not rebuild tissue as fast as it dies off. Those who experience penile shrinking due to substance abuse will also notice more obvious issues like premature wrinkling and age spots, sunken eyes, loss of muscle mass, and so on.

There Is a solution for penile shrinkage

Men suffering from penis shrinkage may want to do something about it in order to increase their confidence and self-esteem. If it’s being caused by substance abuse or excess weight, the obvious solution is to correct those two things. The quicker an individual can lose the weight or break the addiction, the quicker he’ll be able to see the size of his penis return to normal. The man who needs a little help after the fact can always use a penile enlargement device.

The penis enlargement device is also the ideal solution for the man whose shrinkage is the result of age or temporary impotence. Sometimes doctors prescribe penis pumps to men suffering with impotence, but the results from those devices tend to be temporary. With a penis enlargement device like the Quick Extender Pro, you get real, permanent results that will last a lifetime.

What’s the difference between the Quick Extender Pro and a penis pump? 

Traction. Where the penis pump tends to simply force of blood flow through the shaft of the penis, an enlargement device using traction applies gentle and steady pressure to increase length and girth. It is a time-tested method that’s been used by ancient civilizations for centuries. The only difference between ancient practices and what’s done today is the fact that modern traction devices are scientifically designed and tested, safer, and much more comfortable to use.

In closing it’s important to note that penile shrinkage is rarely a symptom of a more serious underlying condition. If you’ve noticed that you’re smaller than you were when you were young, and it doesn’t bother you, you’re probably safe to leave it alone. If you are concerned you can always consult your general practitioner or urologist. He’ll most likely tell you it’s just a natural result of age.

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