One noninvasive technique to lengthen penises— penile traction devices — shows promise, according to a new review of research. But researchers say most men who seek longer penises don't really know the long and short of their situation. Oderda and Gontero, both from the University of Turin, Molinette Hospital, in Italy, concluded that for those men who have a normal-size penis yet persist in requesting treatment, penile extenders may be the way to go. Cognitive behavioral therapy may also be useful for building confidence in these men with psychological issues causing the mismatch between reality and what's in their head, they write. Several nonsurgical methods for lengthening the penis , such as penile traction gadgets, vacuum devices, penoscrotal rings and even "physical exercises," have been popularized in the media.
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The koteka , horim , or penis gourd is a penis sheath traditionally worn by native male inhabitants of some mainly highland ethnic groups in New Guinea to cover their genitals. They are normally made from a dried-out gourd , Lagenaria siceraria , although unrelated species such as pitcher-plant Nepenthes mirabilis , are also used. They are held in place by a small loop of fiber attached to the base of the koteka and placed around the scrotum. A secondary loop placed around the chest or abdomen is attached to the main body of the koteka. Men choose kotekas similar to ones worn by other men in their cultural group.
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Sheaths are a popular and effective alternative to absorbent pads for many men. They fit over the penis like a condom and are attached by a tube to a drainage bag and can be used during the day and during the night. Penile Sheaths are also sometimes called condom catheters, uridomes or external catheters. Sheaths can be worn for shorter periods, for example, if you are going on a journey, watching a football match etc. If sheaths are used for shorter periods then a special medical wipe or spray may be needed to help you remove them.