Does size matter? How HGH can affect penis enlargement

If you’re a man who is unsatisfied with the size of your penis, you are not alone. According to a study published in Men’s Health, the world’s largest men’s magazine brand, 27 percent of men admitted to being unsatisfied with the length of their penis when flaccid. Further, 19 percent of men were reportedly unsatisfied with the length of their penis even when erect. Rounding out the study, 15 percent of men admitted to feeling dissatisfied with the girth of their erect penis.

While being preoccupied with one’s penis may seem to come from a place of vanity, a below-average penis size, even when based on self-perception rather than actual size, can have a significant impact on the male psyche. For this reason, many men in America are turning to HGH, also known as Human Growth Hormone, replacement therapy in hopes of increasing the size of their penis.

The psychological impact of having a below-average penis size

Before addressing whether or not HGH can help men increase their penis size, let’s take a moment to go over how a below-average penis size, either real or perceived, can affect how men feel about themselves. Several studies show that men who are unsatisfied with the size of their penis have sex far less frequently. And when they do, they often struggle with performance anxiety, which leads to a lackluster sexual experience as many will find achieving and maintaining an erection difficult.

While behavioral therapy can resolve the feelings of insecurity that men have when it comes to having what they perceive as being a below-average penis size, it obviously won’t make the penis any bigger. And this is where HGH replacement therapy comes into the picture.

Growth hormone and manhood size

While there is a lot of debate revolving around whether or not HGH treatments can help increase penis size, there is evidence suggesting that they do work for some men. During puberty, HGH, along with genetics, plays a major role when it comes to how large the male penis will grow. When a man reaches the age of 30, they will have a lot less HGH in their bloodstream. As a result, the penis will stop growing. For many men, they will be left with an average or above-average penis for the rest of their life. Unfortunately, the opposite is also true for some men. Thankfully, for those men who are less endowed and desire a larger penis, HGH replacement therapy can help.

Does HGH replacement makes it bigger?

There are two things that you need to know when it comes to HGH treatments for a bigger penis. Firstly, these treatments, although shown to be effective for most men, will not double or triple the size of the penis. Even when HGH levels in the bloodstream are restored to a healthy range via HGH injections, most men will only see a ½ increase in the size of their penis. After all, genetics will still be a factor in how large the penis can ultimately grow. Second, several studies show that men will have to receive HGH injections and also undergo DHEA, also known as dehydroepiandrosterone, and testosterone replacement therapy to achieve noticeable results.

In rounding out this article, it is worth noting that according to reports of well-known clinic specialized at hormonal replacement therapy HGH not only contributes to slightly larger manhood but also helps combat many of the symptoms associated with low Growth hormone levels that can wreak havoc on a man’s sex life,  some of which include:

  • Feelings of anxiety and depression
  • A lack of stamina
  • A lack of focus
  • A low libido

Bottom line

In summary, if you’re one of the many men in America who is unsatisfied with the size of your penis, treatments involving HGH might be worth considering. However, you should keep in mind that studies related to long-term safety and efficacy are still ongoing.