Does size matter in a relationship or stamina? do girls care about length or width, what length do girl prefer? The average penis size.
At the end of this article you will arrive at a reasonable conclusion.
Read on to get the facts about penis size, male-enhancement pills, surgeries, etc.
Penis enlargement is a popular topic on the Internet, for obvious reasons. There are tons of pills, potions, and pumps on the internet that supposedly do the trick. But do male enhancement products actually work? The simple answer is NO.
In fact, there’s little scientific support for nonsurgical methods to enlarge the penis. Also, no reputable medical organization endorses penis surgery for purely cosmetic reasons. Most of the techniques you see advertised are ineffective, and some can damage your penis.
To understand why these treatments don’t work, it’s important to know how an erection works. As you rise to the occasion, the spongy erectile tissue in your penis will fill with blood, thus determining the size of your erection. Unfortunately, the tissue isn’t easily changed
These fibrous cylinders are fixed to the pelvic bone, and by virtue of being fixed to the pelvic bone, they are not easily manipulated. They are fixed in place and for most men, the length of the penis that they achieve through puberty becomes their maximum length.
Penis size: What’s normal & what’s not?
The fear that your penis looks too small or is too small to satisfy your partner during sex is common. However, studies have shown that most men who think their penises are too small actually have normal-sized penises.
It’s weird but many men have an unrealistic idea of what ‘normal’ is. They think that they are below normal when they’re okay. For the record, the average erect penis measures 5.6 inches, according to research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
A penis is considered abnormally small only if it measures less than 3 inches (about 7.5 centimetres) when erect, a condition called micropenis.
Advertisers will suggest that your partner cares deeply about penis size but if you’re really concerned, the person you should talk to isn’t the advertiser, but your partner. Understanding your partner’s needs likelier to improve your sexual relationship than your penis size.
Most advertised penis-enlargement methods are ineffective, and some can cause permanent damage. Limited studies have reported length increases of about 1 to 3 centimetres with these devices and products but is this worth it? This brings us to the next point – surgery.
The need for penis-enlargement surgery is rare. Surgery is typically reserved for men whose penises don’t function normally because of a birth defect or injury. Although some surgeons offer cosmetic penis enlargement it’s controversial and considered unnecessary and harmful.
The most widely used surgical procedure to lengthen the penis involves severing the suspensory ligament that attaches the penis to the pubic bone & moving skin from the abdomen to the penile shaft. When this ligament is cut, the penis appears longer because more of it hangs down.
However, cutting the suspensory ligament can cause an erect penis to be unstable. Severing the suspensory ligament is sometimes combined with other procedures, such as removing excess fat over the pubic bone.
Another procedure to make the penis thicker involves taking fat from a fleshy part of the body & injecting it into the penis shaft. Results may be disappointing, however, because some of the injected fat may be reabsorbed by the body. This can lead to an irregular looking penis.
There’s also a technique for increasing width by grafting tissue onto the shaft of the penis. None of these procedures has been proved safe or effective and can even affect potency and your ability to obtain an erection.
So is there anything you can do to get a bigger penis? Honestly, not really. But rest assured that size-wise, you’re probably just fine. Well, except you have the medical condition previously mentioned above as the ‘micropenis’.
Here are a few things that might actually help:
1. Communicate with your partner. It may be hard to break old habits or to discuss sexual preferences with your partner. But you’ll be glad you did — and you may be surprised
2. Get in shape and lose the belly fat. If you’re overweight and have a “beer gut,” your penis might appear shorter than it is. Regular exercise can make a big difference and may not only make you look better, but also can improve strength and endurance during sex.
3. Talk to your doctor or a counsellor. It’s common for some men to feel unhappy about their penis size but talking to a certified counsellor, sex therapist or doctor can help.
Generally, many men feel better with the reassurance that they are “normal” or with advice about how to better satisfy their partner without resorting to cosmetic penis enlargement.
Just remember: a bigger penis won’t make you happy if it inhibits your sex life. So just leave your baby boy alone and work with what you’ve got, OK? You can work on your sexual stamina
Does size matter? No. Be happy with what you have and enjoy it with your sexual partner.
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