Fitness YouTuber Injects Stem Cells Into His Dick To Try & Make It Bigger

Gizmodo recently spoke with a bloke named Ben Greenfield, who, among other pursuits of “fitness”, injects his dick with stem cells in the hopes it will increase in size.

A self-described biohacker, he constantly monitors his biometric data and will try almost anything to enhance his body. Greenfield has a fairly decent social following, too, with 60,000 Facebook fans, 30,000 YouTube subscribers, and 50,000 Twitter followers.

“I want to take care of my body in best way possible,” he said during a webinar. “having fun with using what science has given us to make the body better.”

Old mate had the stem cells injected at a controversial clinic in Florida which unintentionally blinded three people with an unproven stem cell therapy. He had this knowledge, and yet, was still keen for the same people to load his dick up stem cells in the mere hope that it would get bigger. A big old needle straight into the “meat of the tissue”.

“I wanted to go from good to great, and to get a bigger dick,” he told Gizmodo.

That’s right, it wasn’t even a sure thing. While studies have shown that stem cells can be helpful to those with erectile dysfunction, there’s way less evidence to support the claims that they can give you a bigger dong. Despite this, he gave it a red hot go anyway.

Greenfield says his bepis is indeed larger after the treatment. In his words, he is “noticeably better hung”. Solid empirical evidence of the fact? Sorry, champ, you ain’t getting it.

“I haven’t taken out a ruler,” he said, justifying his lack of measurements with a fluctuation in size, but did mention that his wife has noticed. “When inside of my wife, she can tell,” he said.

Hmm, this sounds suspiciously like something someone who had disappointing results after a cock injection would say. The article goes on to say that while there’s some evidence of therapeutic benefit to injecting your skin flute with stem cells, it’s simply not worth the risk, particularly if your dick works just fine otherwise.

You can and definitely should suss out the whole piece right here. It’s a fascinating read.