Penis Enlargement, Anyone?

February 25, 2009 by  
Filed under Penis Enlargement

Men are known to love to compare. What the other guy has, he must have something bigger. And the penis size is a usual point of comparison.

Insecurity about penis size among men is common simply because there is the idea that larger will always be better. As a result of this growing concern among men, penis enlargement, or male enhancement procedures have become common. But is it really necessary?

Much of the hype around the procedures can be traced back to the media. A great chunk of the pornographic materials in circulation presents a man with a bigger than average penis. And the woman partner seems to really enjoy it. This makes the viewer, a man, feel that he has to have a larger penis to have a chance at satisfying a woman.

This is compounded by a lot of advertisements and spam emails of some male enhancement companies telling people that not only does larger penis equate to sexual satisfaction but a smaller penis can deliver none at all. Fueled by a lot of negative ideas and marketing about penis size results to some men going into penis enlargement procedures. A huge majority of these men really doesn’t need it at all.

A normal penis size is three to four inches, that is when flaccid. When erect, an average penis size can measure from five to seven inches. A condition called micropenis can occur when the penis is shorter than three inches. This, however, does not hamper the ability to reproduce. And this is basically all that matters.

Men also are conditioned to think that women prefer a larger penis size. While this may hold true for some, probably for the more outspoken women, for the majority it doesn’t. Normal penis size is still preferred and it proves to be more than enough.

Vaginal nerves that are responsible for sensitivity can be found near the opening. This means that in satisfying a woman, a normal size penis is enough and a larger penis might be too much. This harmless excess, which men are actually going for in penis enlargement, can turn out to be more of a bane than a boon. A long penis’ tip can bash the cervix and cause pain in women. As the common saying goes – the size does not matter very much, it’s what you can do with it that matters.

Being exposed to a lot of advertisements about male enhancement and subtle hints in mass media that size matters can make a man think if he has enough – that is whether his penis is big enough. As was discussed earlier, he most certainly has enough.

While penis enlargement never is a moral issue, it is frowned upon by some people mainly because the decision to have one is based on unfounded claims and exaggerated statistics. If satisfaction is desired, there are more creative ways to go about it than simply sizing it up.

Talking and discussing with a partner on how best to satisfy can prove more helpful and resourceful. If you feel that it could be for you, despite all these arguments, consult a professional for safe male enhancement procedures that just might work for you. For the most part, it works well only on the ego.

There are many ways through which penis enlargement can be achieved, including pills, pumps and exercises. Special surgery is the extreme option that is very risky and costly and should be avoided.