Can You Make Your Penis Grow?
Many men constantly worry about the size of their penises. Penises do not seem to be big enough for several men and they secretly wished they could find a way to make their package larger. Probably, the fact that there are many male enhancers for penis size increase being advertised and the prevalence of oversized penises in porn contributes to the feelings of inadequacy that men have over their measure. But exactly how big should a penis be? When is a penis too small? And, is it possible to increase the size of the penis?
A typical penis
According to multiple world wide studies, as published by BJU International, the leading urology medical journal, the average penis size is 3.61 inches long while flaccid and 5.16 inches when erect. That means that men all over the world typically have these measures; therefore, if you are within this range, you are normal! Taking into consideration that, according to WebMD, the typical length of a vagina is between 2.75 to 3.25 inches when it is not aroused, to between 4.25 inches to 4.75 inches when aroused, you can see that the size of the typical penis is designed to fit the size of the typical vagina. Although women’s vaginas can stretch over time and when stimulated, they can only elongate so much. Moreover, an oversize penis can make intercourse uncomfortable and even painful for some women.
A penis too small
If an adult penis measures less than 3 inches when erect, this condition is known as micro penis. Micro penis is congenital. Treatments for micro penis can range from hormonal supplementation to surgery.
Are there reliable methods for increasing penis size?
As men worry about the size of their penis, it is important to keep in mind that there are no pills, potions or herbs that have proven to make the penis grow (otherwise, all men would have hulking penises). There are contraptions, such as pumps, stretchers, and weights that promise to produce a larger size, Self-induced stretching exercises also promise the same results. Nonetheless, caution should be observed when attempting at these methods, as damage to the penile tissue, resulting in scarring, pain and ED can result. Other methods, such as the priapus shot (P-shot) and the stem cell therapy applied directly to the penis are also available to try. Surgery is also an option, although it should be studied and assessed with caution.
Men can also learn intimacy and sex skills to be able to be better lovers. An atypically large penis is not commensurate with the skills a man has as a lover, nor it does guarantee a happy partner in the bedroom. Although having a functional and robust penis is an asset, knowing how to use it (and the rest of your body, mind and soul) are the main ingredients to a fulfilling sex life.