A common worry is that your penis looks too small or too small to satisfy your partner during sex. But research shows that most men who think their penis is too small actually have a normal-sized penis.
Similarly, research shows that many men have an exaggerated understanding of what constitutes a “normal” penis size.
When the penis is erect, the length of the non-erective penis cannot be predicted consistently. If your penis is about 13 cm (5 inches) or longer when it is erect, it is of normal size.
Only when the length of the penis is less than 3 inches (approximately 7.5 cm) when erected, is the penis considered abnormally small. This condition is called micropenis.
How partners can check penis size
Advertisers will convince you that your partners care about penis size. If you are worried, talk to your partner.
Remember, understanding your partner’s needs and desires is more likely to improve your sexual relationship than changing the size of your penis.
Don’t believe the hype
The company offers many types of non-surgical penis enlargement therapies and often promotes them through serious advertisements, including the endorsement of “scientific” researchers.
Observe carefully-you will find that the claims about safety and effectiveness have not been proven.
Marketers rely on certificates, distorted data, and suspicious before and after photos. Dietary supplements do not need to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, so manufacturers do not have to prove their safety or effectiveness.