The popular concensus is: size doesn’t matter and many women perpetuate this myth. Truth is: size does matter. I am living proof. Stick with the exercises and the penis pump, and you’ll see results. I pump for an hour before a massage/sex session. I pump carefully and in a controlled manner so I don’t blow out veins and end up with blood blisters. Patience gets results. Sometimes it’s a struggle to get my puffed up foreskin back over my glans, but once done, it’s fine.
I wondered if it would live up to my expectations. I wondered if I it would really make his dick bigger, if I would find the intensity I was hoping for. Sweet Jesus my every expectation was exceeded and I wasn’t even fully prepared for the sexual animal it turned him into. First things first, he put that pretty horseshoe on, snapped the clip in place, and I watched him balloon up to nearly 6 inches long (and the best part… over 5 inches thick), it was an amazing transformation to see, but the feeling was even better. Now I’ve been with guys who were over 8 inches, and my man is 5 by 4 and a quarter without HARDWEAR, he gets up to 6 by 5+ with HARDWEAR, and after we’ve been making love for a while he can even get up to over 6.5 long and 5.5 around (yes we’ve measured a bunch of times, the topic of penis size isn’t hush, hush for us anymore because I absolutely love his HARDWEAR size and so does he).
Before starting this exercise, make sure you wait for thirty seconds to trap a lot of blood. Then, use your second hand to start stroking the penis towards the head position in a slow and firm stroke. Take three seconds to complete the stroke and wait one or two seconds at the head of the penis. Move your hand back to the starting position and repeat the milking motion.
"Some men are confused (or rather not as educated on the matter) and they believe that the outside skin get’s longer and thicker. That’s false. However, some men have false expectations; they think using a penis pump once will cause them to have a bigger penis permanently, and that’s false. As in the gym example before, you have to keep at it, and you have to practice to see results. Yes, early on you will see results like any newbie in the gym, but if you don’t keep at it you will see those results diminish,” says Dubois.