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ExtenZe All Natural Male Enhancement

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Ivan Seeking
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Sep6-08, 02:13 AM
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How Does ExtenZe Work?
ExtenZe is a safe and effective blood flow stimulator that makes the most of your natural potential. The penis is made up of three erectile chambers. When aroused, blood flow increases into these chambers, and the outflow of blood is decreased, producing an erection. The more blood that is pushed into the chambers, the larger you can become.

ExtenZe helps force more blood flow so these chambers stretch, creating substantial growth in both length and girth. In just a few weeks, your penis can be larger.
https://www.officialextenze.com/?cid=437078
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Sep6-08, 04:07 AM
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Have you seen their half-hour infomercial on TV? It's amazing that they can go a whole half hour without using the word "penis" once!
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Sep6-08, 04:00 PM
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ExtenZe helps force more blood flow so these chambers stretch, creating substantial growth in both length and girth. In just a few weeks, your penis can be larger.
First read I thought this could be painful. Who wants a penis that feels like it's gonna explode.

here is the youtube


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Sep7-08, 01:26 AM
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ExtenZe All Natural Male Enhancement

I consider myself a modern woman, but I am just embarassed when viewing these commercials. They are so pathetic and sad.
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Quote Quote by TheMetalChick View Post
I consider myself a modern woman, but I am just embarassed when viewing these commercials. They are so pathetic and sad.
Just wait until they come out with the equivalent, or "inverse" product for women.

We aren't going there, but consider what names might be used.
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Well, the do have laser surgery for after childbirth.
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Yes, and they can do a "tuck" in conjunction with other surgeries as well, but I haven't seen any informercials for that.
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This product is a big topic on the Ripoffreport as well as Infomercial Scams

http://www.infomercialscams.com/scam...nze_complaints

94 complaints !
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Sep13-08, 07:24 PM
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So, does this product leave you walking around with an erection all the time? That's the only effect that increasing blood flow to the penis is going to have. I don't know how they get away with selling this stuff. If it does work to enhance erection, then it should have all the same warnings as drugs like Viagra in terms of risks of stroke, heart attack, and that pesky priapism (though, it sounds like that's the goal from these ads ).
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Sep15-08, 11:38 AM
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In the commercials for Viagra, when they state that anyone who experiences an erection for more than four hours should seek medical attention, I always think that given this criteria, as a teenager I would have spent a lot of time in the ER.
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Sep15-08, 11:53 AM
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Quote Quote by Ivan Seeking View Post
In the commercials for Viagra, when they state that anyone who experiences an erection for more than four hours should seek medical attention, I always think that given this criteria, as a teenager I would have spent a lot of time in the ER.
Really!?

I read an article which stated the warning was mostly marketing. There is a chance of that happening, but very rare. They include it because it makes the product seem powerful and what guy doesn't dream of a wonderful 4+ hour love making session ;)
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Sep15-08, 12:55 PM
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Quote Quote by Greg Bernhardt View Post
Really!?

I read an article which stated the warning was mostly marketing. There is a chance of that happening, but very rare. They include it because it makes the product seem powerful and what guy doesn't dream of a wonderful 4+ hour love making session ;)
The length of time spent making love is another issue; esp for a teenager, if you know what I mean.

Yes, perhaps I was oversexed, but I think I had an erection for about three years.
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Quote Quote by Ivan Seeking View Post
The length of time spent making love is another issue; esp for a teenager, if you know what I mean.

Yes, perhaps I was oversexed, but I think I had an erection for about three years.
I suspect it would "relax" a little in between, like when your mom walked into the room. Then again, in my early 20's, I had a boyfriend who had a 2 hour drive to visit me, and if I insisted on getting lunch before anything else, he just may have been getting close to that definition.

Of course, the side effect to worry about is more post-coital if there's no normal refractory period, or if you're no longer mentally aroused and physically things haven't deflated. It's more being concerned about venous drainage being defective.
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Quote Quote by Moonbear View Post
I suspect it would "relax" a little in between, like when your mom walked into the room. Then again, in my early 20's, I had a boyfriend who had a 2 hour drive to visit me, and if I insisted on getting lunch before anything else, he just may have been getting close to that definition.

Of course, the side effect to worry about is more post-coital if there's no normal refractory period, or if you're no longer mentally aroused and physically things haven't deflated. It's more being concerned about venous drainage being defective.
Wouldn't a cold shower create a counter-acting flerg?

(Wow, I just learned that word and already found a situation where I could use it.)
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"flerg" isn't an actual word.
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Wouldn't a cold shower create a counter-acting flerg?
According to the males I've polled on this question, cold showers just make you cold and aroused rather than warm and aroused.
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Oct22-08, 10:14 PM
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All of the male enhancement products have the same ingredient. It is a natural amino acid called L arginine.

Don't ask me how I know, , but you can get 60 capsules for about $20 at most health food and vitamin stores.

It has been available for at least ten years. By now I suppose it is made in China.

EDIT: It is a vasodialator.
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Oct23-08, 12:53 AM
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Like OBAMA and McCain, this product promises a nude erection, er new direction, ah.... er

Yah.. who needs it. And you never see commercials for those really gross and dangerous saline or silicone breast enhancement packs. Yeeesh.


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