I have been reading and following this discussion and everything I have seen are posts from people who have only a lot of bad things to say about a product they personally have never tried.
I am 62 years old and I personally used this product for 10 months, I admit I was a bit skeptical at first only because I was reading and following discussions like this one.
I personally used the maxman product for 10 months, I ordered the product because I was concerned with the size of my penis, and I tried other products without much success.
When I started my use of maxman I was a mere 41/2", after using the maxman product as advertised one pill per day with meals for 10 months I obtained a miracle, my whole life has changed. My soulmate will testify to these changes I obtained through the use of this product, and I am living proof this product is real, and the results are real. I am now just a tad short of 10" in length, 61/2"girth. So trash the product all you will, but if you never have tried it, you will never have the confidence to say anything good about anything. You will always stay in a community of small minds that never trust anything, never willing to try something they are skeptical about, so they never know the real truth.View Thread
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