As a medical professional who offers sexual wellness treatments for men, I often get questions about penis size. I have seen men of all “shapes and sizes,” who still think they are too small. Men are very hung up on being well hung! They wrongly believe that penis size is all that matters when it comes to satisfying their partners. But before we even discuss how important penis size is or is not, to good sex, here are some “penis facts,” you should know.
Number one, did you know that the average size of an erect penis is 5 – 6 inches. That’s it — and that is for an erect penis. In its flaccid state an average penis is 1-3 inches! So now how do you measure up?
Here are a few other penis size myths. There is absolutely no medical correlation between the size of man’s hands or feet, and the size of his penis. So ladies, you can look at a guy’s hands for a wedding ring – and nothing else. Also, forget all that stuff you have heard about race and ethnicity, again there is no reliable medical data that suggests a correlation between penis size and a man’s race or ethnic background.
Finally, you probably are “bigger” then you think, it’s all about perception and angle. The view most men get of their penis – from the top looking down during urination – makes it appear smaller then it usually is. And if you are carrying a few spare pounds around the middle, belly fat, can also make your penis appear smaller than it is, when you see it from the “usual view.”
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What do Women Really Think About Penis Size?
Despite what you may see glaring from the covers of women’s magazines, most women, in most human sexuality studies, say that penis size does not matter.
For most women sexual satisfaction is not penis centric. They prefer a lover whose sexual technique does not begin and end with vaginal intercourse.
Getting down to biological facts, even when fully aroused, the average female vagina measures to a depth of only about 4 inches, so again, any “average” penis can fill the bill.
When women do discuss penis size they usually speak of girth, or thickness, to be of more importance when it comes to stimulation, than length, and in fact, many say they are afraid of an overly long penis, thinking it will be painful.
Penis Size and Erectile Dysfunction
There is absolutely no biological correlation between penis size and erectile dysfunction (ED), although psychologically some men who feel “inadequate” may also experience trouble getting an erection. Also keep in mind that if you are suffering from ED, any of the well-known oral medications, while they will help you get and maintain an erection, they cannot, and will not increase the size of your penis.
Despite all the truths about penis size, that has not stopped Male Enhancement products from becoming a multi-billion dollar industry. Here is another truth, most of those pills creams, and other products are useless and do nothing to increase penis size.
Up until recently, the only way to achieve a quantifiable increase in penis size was with surgery.
True Male Enhancement that Delivers Results
So does size really matter?
The answer to that question is, it is all relative, and really it depends on the personal desires of yourself and your partner.
However, I have developed one of the only sexual wellness treatments for men that provides both a solution for erectile dysfunction, as well as increased penis size.
It is the only medical procedure proven to provide comparable results to penis enlargement surgery, yet it is drug-free, and surgery free.
It is called the Gains Enhancement, and it uses stem cell technology and the growth factors in your own blood to provide you with easier to obtain, stronger and more sustainable erections, in addition to an increase in length and girth of your penis. Patients have reported gains of an inch or more in a single treatment.
If you would like more information about the Gains Enhancement for Men, or have any sexual wellness issues or concerns, please feel free to contact me using the comments below.
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