Stem Cell Penis Enlargement Procedure? Right off the bat, we’d like to state unequivocally that there is no scientifically or medically proven stem cell procedure that would increase the size of a man’s package. Sorry, gentlemen, there is no evidence that stem cells can be used safety and effectively to make your joystick longer or “girthier”.
This is not to say that stem cell penis procedures definitely cannot be a thing in the future.
But, at this time (aka in 2017), those who are claiming that they have found a way to add inches to your dinkies are just blowing smoke.
Let us review some of them, shall we?
First, let’s check out this claim we found on the website helpful-web.com which promotes Tom Candow’s book. The book will supposedly unveil the stem cell secret which could help you gain some 2-4 inches down there:
We don’t know about you but it seems more like some herbal supplement rather than stem cells. In fact, it looks like it has nothing to do with stem cells at all.
It is as if they just added “stem cells” in there because of the ever growing number of people who look at stem cells as a miracle treatment for whatever condition they have.
Update: According to a forum poster on thunderplace.org, this secret naturally occurring plant that is touted by Tom Candow is blue green algae. According to the Washington State Department of Health (doh.wa.gov), blue green algae can cause neurotoxin (nerve) poisoning as well as hepatotoxin (liver) poisoning.
Another “medical entrepreneur” which purports to provide a stem cell solution to man’s penile size concerns is a doctor named Dr. Rodney Stephen Barron who had this to say about a stem-cell based phalloplasty procedure which he offers (offered?) in his Beverley Hills Clinic:
Fat is removed and placed in the p*n*s the same as before, but it is processed in a way that separates stem cells from the rest of the fat, which are then injected into the fat in a very high concentration. A new blood supply is established rapidly which allows for a much better result. There is a small amount of reabsorption, but nothing compared to what we used to experience. There will be an increase in circumference of 30-40% either way. [via ipscell.com]
It is worth noting that Dr. Barron’s website no longer works. Maybe it is an admission that the procedure does not work or is not effective and harmful.
More importantly, it is likewise worth noting that the good doctor was, according to an LA Times report, arrested in 2010 for “allegedly subjecting mentally ill homeless people to unnecessary tests and other procedures at a North Hollywood clinic in order to submit fraudulent bills to government insurance programs”.
Would you trust your “love pole” to a man who uses the mentally ill for financial gain?
Stem Cell Penis Enlargement Procedure: Scam or Not? Do They Work? Posted 16 January 2017.