Can Stem Cells Increase Male Organ Size?

Male organ size is a concern of many men, even those with a relatively large member. One man has tried unproven stem cell therapy in an attempt to gain some inches.

Can Stem Cells Increase Male Organ Size?
Although there is no factual link between male organ size and sensual
prowess, millions of men (and women) continue to conflate the two. It’s no
surprise, then, that many men are obsessed with their male organ size,
sometimes going to extreme lengths that could imperil their member health
in order to add some extra length and/or girth to their manhood. Many have
gotten rich by playing on the vanity and insecurity of men who want a
bigger member, creating products that by and large do not live up to their
promise of increasing the size of a guy’s tool. But several news stories
recently talked about a new process one man has tried – using stem cells to
enhance his male organ size.
About stem cells
What exactly are stem cells? They are early-stage biological cells which can
form other, more specific cells. So think of them as being like a lump of
clay. When a sculptor starts out, he has this clay which could become just
about anything. He can mold it into a dog, a human head, a bench –
whatever he wants. Similarly, a stem cell has the potential to turn into any of
a variety of other cells.
There are two kinds of stem cells, embryonic and adult. Adult stem cells
have the potential to create a whole organ from just a few cells because of
their replication ability.
Adult stem cells are most easily obtained from three places: the bone
marrow, body fat and blood. A scientist gets stem cells from bone marrow
by drilling into the bone; from fat tissue by way of liposuction; and from
blood by extracting the blood and then separating out the stem cells.
Male organ size
So what kind of connection could stem cells have with male organ size?
Well, there have been small studies that look at stem cells and tumescence
dysfunction. One study took stem cells from body fat and injected them into
the members of men suffering from an inability to gain hardness. All 21 of
the study subjects reported tumescence improvement, some of them to the
degree that they could achieve firmness without other medical assistance.
Recently, an individual – at his own insistence, not due to a doctor or
scientist – had his manhood injected with stem cells to see if it would affect
his size. The theory seems to be that because stem cells recreate themselves
so well and so quickly, they would therefore increase his male organ size.
However, there has been nothing in previous studies of stem cells to indicate
that a mere injection could have this kind of focused effect. The subject
claims he is bigger now- but he also admits he hasn’t taken a ruler and
actually officially measured himself. (If he were part of an official study,
pre- and post-treatment measurements would be obtained.)
More importantly, this man underwent an entirely experimental procedure
that has no FDA approval and was not set up with safety protocols in place.
(Fortunately, he seems to be doing fine.)
It is possible that scientists will create and conduct evidence-based clinical
trials to look at the viability of stem cell therapy to enhance male organ size.
But for the present, it is not an accepted procedure.
Male organ size, whether stem cell-enhanced or not, is not as important as
the health of the organ. More men need to focus on applying a top notch
member health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil,
which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) regularly. It’s best to
look at the ingredients carefully and select one that contains powerful
moisturizing ingredients, such as Shea butter and vitamin E. Also, a crème
with vitamin A is recommended, as this vitamin has anti-bacterial properties
that help fight persistent male organ odor.