Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Penis Size – Does Size Really Matter - By Sacha Tarkovsky

Here you will learn all about misconceptions about penis size and how you can be perfectly happy with the size of penis you have.

There are many misconceptions about penis size and here we separate fact from fiction.
Currently penis size is big business there is more than $1 billion per year spent on vitamins, creams, pumps etc

No one knows penis size better than condom manufacturers.

Here are some facts on penis size from their research:

•Research shows that more than 70 percent of men have penises that measure between 5 and 7 inches when erect.

A penis is considered abnormally small only if it measures less than 3 inches when erect, and even then it might not matter

•The above size statistics are true for all the races of mankind. The concept that black men have a large penis while Japanese have small ones is totally false.

•A recent Dutch study of 375 sexually active women who had recently given birth suggests that the surveys are accurate — to a point. Seventy-nine percent of the women said that penis length is unimportant, and 69 percent of them said the same about penis girth.

•Exercise and food supplements can enlarge the size of your penis is totally false.

Penis size and your partner

Your partner is the best judge of size, but try to remember when you were young and in high school. ..

To make money, and feed on men’s insecurity about their penis size and possibility they may have a small penis many products are sold that simply dont work.

How to increase small penis 4 methods guaranteed not to work!

There are several methods recommended to increase penis size and surprise, surprise, none of them work. Here are 4 examples.

1.Stretching, and squeezing - sometimes known as jelquing. These are exercises that are supposed to be performed each day for an indefinite period of time.

Although they appear safer than other methods, they can lead to severe scar formation, and disfigurement.

The only result gained is a soft penis that has a somewhat larger appearance. This method has no affect on the erect penis.

2.Vacuum pumps and other devices. Because pumps force blood into the penis, making it swell, they can sometimes be useful in the treatment of impotence.

This may create an illusion of a larger penis, and the results are seldom permanent. Rather, repeated damages the elastic tissue in the penis, finally producing softer erections, or no erections at all.

3.Stretching with penile weights. This technique is dangerous, and very likely to cause permanent damage to your penis.

4.Pills, lotions, and hormone creams. These can contain vitamins, minerals, herbs. They sometimes have chemicals similar to Viagra and Cialis.

They also can contain hormones such as testosterone. Note that there is no evidence that it or any other substance can increase penis size in adult men. The opposite is rather the case.

Another method to increase a small penis size is cosmetic surgery.

In these surgical procedures, please note that EVERY professional medical society have all issued policy statements against cosmetic surgical procedures to enhance the penis.

The results can be catastrophic.

To lengthen a penis, the surgery typically involves cutting the suspensory ligament that attaches the penis to the pubic bone and moving skin from the abdomen to the penile shaft.

As the suspensory ligament stabilizes and gives an upward tilt to an erect penis, after surgery, the penis will not longer be able to achieve this tilt.

Such surgery can cause the penis to wobble, erect at strange angles, and more often than not, cause unpleasant side-effects.

On the negative side, after various types of cosmetic penile enhancement surgery, some men have had to undergo additional correction operations to address the deformities caused by the original procedure.

Some of the negative effects of this type of surgery are scarring, fat clumps, low-hanging penis, loss of sensitivity, bumps, lumps, shorter penis, and hair on the base of the penis. Other complaints include persistent pain, impotence, and urinary incontinence

So, unless your partner (s) remarks that something is wrong, follow the old adage of “not fixing what isn’t broken”.

On the other hand, take some time to understand your partner's physical, emotional needs and desires, and you may do a great deal more to improve your sexual relationship than would changing the size of your penis.

The myth of the small penis is exactly that and most women are more interested in a loving partner more than penis size. Of course, there are exceptions but generally men should not be concerned over size.

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