I am 19 years old. My penis is between 5 and 5.5 inches long when erect(I'm uncircumcised btw). I realise that this might be close to average, but it still feels really small to me. It makes me feel extremely insecure and I have thus been hesitant to have sex. I have had two girlfriends who wanted to have sex, but I pretended not to be "ready" in order to avoid any awkwardness. I really do want to have sex, I'm just worried that they will judge me and tell their friends about my "small" penis. Most of my friends are extremely confident sexually and have much larger penisses. (Our rugby coach made us shower together after practice.)
I have decided that I want to enlarge my penis some time in the future and I would like some advice on how to do so safely and responsibly. What medical specialist should I talk to? Can I do so without talking to a specialist through purchasing online products? By how much can I safely enlarge my penis? What are the risks involved? I would appreciate some help.
Surgeons have developed several different penis enlargement techniques, none of them endorsed by medical organizations. The American Urological Association, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons(ASPS) have all issued policy statements against cosmetic surgical procedures to enhance the penis. But you might want to consult a urologist for more information.
A few different techniques are used to lengthen a penis. All of them are experimental. There aren't enough studies of penis augmentation surgery to give an accurate picture of results and risks of complications. CHeck out this website for more information:
Thank you for the post. I assumed that this was a relatively standardised procedure(I have very little knowledge of medicine.), so please forgive my ignorance concerning this topic.
I have also done some very informal research online and have found a HUGE amount of penis enlargement products that are non-surgical in nature. Are these products trustworthy at all? Your post seems to suggest that penis enlargement is experimental and unrealistic. Are the products being advertised online all shams, or are there some credible products. Many of the online adds for these products claim to have a proven track record of success...
There are plenty of marketers trying to convince you that your penis is too small â and they are often promoting just the miracle solution to fix it. These solicitations are based on stereotypes about men's insecurities. No scientific research supports the use of any nonsurgical method to enlarge the penis â and no reputable medical society endorses penis-enlargement surgery performed for purely cosmetic reasons. Many of these techniques can damage your penis and some may even cause impotence. Please think twice before trying any of them.
Again, thank you for the post. I must say I'm a little dismayed at the information you have given me. Surely there are millions of men who want larger penisses - there must be some type of treatment, medical or otherwise, to safely enlarge your penis.
I obviously don't want to do anything irresponsible, so I'm not going to be trying anything in the near future. Is there any promising research or techniques in testing out there?
sounds like an average size to me. it sounds like the biggest concern you have is psychological not physical. even at your age it sounds like you are too self-conscious of size and don't delude yorself as to all the promises for miracle drugs---genetically it is determined. don't you think if there was a way to make it bigger, we would all be on the same bandwagon!
Are you overweight?
sometimes people who is overweight have his penis "trapped " in fat tissue layer.
I have experimented this: about two years ago I weighed 185 pounds with a penis of 15cms (6 inches).
I began to exercise and eat healthy. Now I am 160 pounds and my penis is 6 3/4 inches (17cms).
I have lost fat in my tissue around my penis and then it looks and in fact is larger.
I am a little overweight right now(only about 10 pounds). It probably costs me 0.5 inches or so, so its not like I'm gonna gain another inch or two with weight loss.
Atusas is probably right - my problem is psychological to a certain degree.
I am tall with large hands and feet, so women generally have this preconcieved notion that my penis will be enormous, which puts a lot of pressure on me not to dissapoint in the size department. I do still think there is a physical aspect to it as well. There are simply more things you can do with a larger penis - I hate the idea of being constricted to a few positions and styles that are suited to "smaller" penisses.
The one thing that really haunts me as well is the fact that even though most women would find my penis satisfactory, what if that one woman I fall in love with doesn't, what if she is in the 20% who wants an above average penis? Should I seek psychological help instead of physical help?
Well, I think your size is not below the average. And if your going to be in love with a woman, the relationship have to be based in more than a half inch of penis. She is going to love you with a 4 or 8 inches penis. Love is much more than penis size my friend.
You're definitely right - if we both love each other, the relationship will obviously be successful no matter what my size is. I just want to be able so satisfy all my partner's needs. I would feel insecure and sad if I knew that the person I loved was not sexaully satisfied. I want to be able to please that special person in every way - I dont want her to compromise in any way.
And can I add one more thing: Even though 5.5 inces might be the scientific average penis size(which I have some doubts about, but I will concede that point...), popular culture has determined that average penis size is larger than that and much closer to say 6.5 inches(this is at least the case in South Africa, where I live). This means that even though my penis is technically average, my partner will perceive it to be below average. Not to mention dissapointing, considering that popular culture has also determined that tall guys with large hands and feet have large penisses, which is obviously not the case with me.
And remember, the first time we have sex, she probably isn't going to be in love with me yet...
You are right. We have our fears and insecurity. One of them is to be afraid to not satisfied our partner. I don't think your partner will notice if you have 5.5 or 6.5 in a session, at least you mention your measurements. Just try to enjoy the moment and forget about statistics.
I am sure that she is afraid to show some part of her body that she doesn't like very much also. That is part of the moment.
You know that one of the major cause of erectile disfunction is psychological insecurity (anxiety)?
Hmmm... Maby I should just take a deep breath, jump in and see what happens?? And besides, the type of woman who has major hangups about size is probably not the type of woman I'm going to be attracted to anyway. Thanks for the advice.
If there was a safe way to do penis enlargement I'd still do it though.