A gentleman recently wrote me to ask if he should purchase a natural penis enlargement exercise program that was “doctor-recommended”. To be honest, there are very few enlargement sites that are actually recommended by real, honest-to-goodness members of the medical profession. Even though a site may say it’s “doctor endorsed”, I challenge you to find any legitimate credentials on these doctors.
For example, I know for a fact that there is one third-rate psychologist (I won’t mention him by name) who actively solicits himself to several penis enlargement programs. This man writes each company and states that he will give their site a “doctor’s recommendation” if the site pays him a negotiable fee. Once the company forks over the dough to this guy, he quickly writes an endorsement promoting the site’s “worthiness”.
So even though this man is technically a doctor (that is, he has a degree), he knows absolutely nothing about human anatomy, much less about penis enlargement. Still, he’s more than happy to lend his name… if the price is right.
A few honorable companies don’t go for these sort of tactics, and they’re to be applauded. It’s a cheap marketing ploy and it’s deceiving to the buyers of these programs.
So to answer the gentleman’s question, no…. one should not necessarily choose a natural enlargement program simply because it’s “doctor recommended”. You should select a site which has been around for a while and which has a noteworthy reputation. Even without a doctor’s endorsement, you are apt to gain some very impressive results.