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Men's Health > Penis Health

Your Penis and Reproductive Information

A penis is a gift of life which becomes defining element in what makes a man. There are wide variations in penis size, and in men's ability to perform sexually, then there are social pressures that affect a mans sexual nature and confidence as the penis is considered so indecent by many.

As a competitive creature, two of mans greatest concerns are the size and prowess of his penis. An average to larger than average penis somehow denotes superiority over the less well endowed in a similar way as general physicality,  and when combined with an ability to maintain an erection sufficiently long enough to satisfy or bring a woman to orgasm, self confidence is mastered.

The well endowed man generally performs better in all of life's activities, he is more likely to be successful not only in love and romance, but business and sport, not because he is a better person, it's simply his self confidence is supported by his virility. But note, you don't have to have a big penis to be confident, there are other ways.

Sex is the cement that holds a relationship together and here women are becoming more demanding, they want a man who has a reasonable size penis and they want sexual satisfaction. Since women's liberation, Western women have become better educated and grown into their sexual power, morality and sexual taboos have relaxed and people have an average of 30 or more sexual partners, so more is expected of men today than ever before.

While sex is normally seen as only for procreation by the moralists, sex is often a social leisure activity and even a sport for some. In Asia men have always had access to medicinal plants to stimulate penis growth, libido and the ability to maintain erections for long periods of time. Today there is a booming business in sexual support products, many are pure fantasy and rip-offs, others are excellent and based on good science.

Does penis size matter?

Lets just say that its a controversial subject. From our research; provided a man has a penis and he can sustain an erection and produce viable sperm, he can be a successful parent and naturally father children by normal sexual intercourse which equate being successful as a man as he is able to fulfill his basic biology in reproduction.

Over 2000 women were asked what size they prefer, and they say that the optimal size is seven to eight inches, or about 18 - 20 centimetres. With women,  vaginal size varies,  some are very short in length and they are satisfied with a 4 inch penis, however the average woman can accommodate an 8 inch penis very comfortably, and the desire for the feeling of fullness strong such that any less leaves room for deeper satisfaction and a dissatisfied woman is more likely to be unfaithful.

So yes penis size does matter, having an adequate penis signifies that a man:

  • Is more likely to be successful
  • Will have a happier love life
  • Will have greater self esteem
  • When sex as a recreational activity, being bigger often equates to more pleasure.

How do you measure up?

While we look at penis size in more detail here, the consensus is that penis size ranges from a half inch to over 12 inches (1.5 cm to 30 cm) and the average range 4 to 6 inches (10-15 cm).

Fortunately for the less well endowed, there are solutions and be aware when your penis is to big so as not to cause excess pain.

Can you enlarge your penis?

Yes, Yes, Yes!  There are quite a few tried and tested ways to enlarge your penis from surgery to pills, patches and good old fashioned exercise, read more here.

Penis Problems

While today the two greatest problems seem to be penis size and erectile control, there are many actual health problems suffered by men.

  • Erectile Dysfunction or Impotence, the inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficiently long enough to have satisfactory sexual intercourse, read more.
     
  • Peyronie's disease or bent penis, a connective tissue disorder involving the growth of fibrous plaques in the soft tissue of the penis affecting as many as 1-4% of men.
     
  • Venereal diseases, thrush, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hiv and other venereal diseases are very contagious and not only incapacitate men's ability to have sex they create havoc with our social structure.
     
  • Circumcision the practice of mutilating your child's genitals

 

 



 
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