Does size matter? Penises come in all shapes and sizes, not one penis is the same as another, which is what makes them so unique. Many men worry that their penis is smaller than it should be or won't be able satisfy a partner. This can cause damage to a man's self-confidence, his relationships and even his social life. For centuries penis size has been known to symbolise a man's masculinity, fertility and strength. Having a negative self-image of your penis size can stem from childhood, from seeing a male relative or friend's penis and comparing it to your own, it can also come from being taunted during puberty or even by a partner after sexual activity.
At some point most men will have gotten out a ruler to measure their manhood or sneaked a peek in the shower room just to check a friend's penis isn't bigger. Studies have shown that 45% of men would like a larger penis, however some men may not even realise that their penis may be a completely normal size. According to the NHS the average penis size for adults is around 14-16cm (5.5-6.3 inches) when erect, with an average girth of 12-13cm (4.7-5.1 inches). Regardless of its size some men may still not be happy with their manhood even if it is classed as average.
In some parts of the world men go to extreme measures to increase the size of their penis, Indian mystics called Sadhus are known to hang weights on their penis to stretch it from childhood and in Brazil men from the Topinama tribe get poisonous snakes to bite their penis to make it bigger. However, there is no need for you to go to these extreme and dangerous lengths, there are products available to help you.
Natural herbal supplements such a VigRX aim to maintain penis growth, give you longer erections, help to increase your confidence in the bedroom and keep you virile. VigRX has been the market leader for over a decade because according to our customers it works for them and because of this they keep coming back for more. There are also other products available such as penis pumps or extenders, which increase blood flow to the genital area. The last and most drastic action is surgery, which can prove to be costly and painful. Whichever method you choose, you do need to determine where your issues come from because sometimes no matter how big your penis becomes, you may still have deeper issues about yourself that will need to be dealt with.
So, does size matter? Many men would say yes, but would women agree with them? Reports have shown that 85% of women are happy with their partner's penis size compared to only 55% of men who are happy with their own penis size. It has been said that women are more focused on whether their partner is romantic and sensitive to their needs rather than their penis size and remember what they say no matter the size it's what you do with it that makes all the difference in the bedroom.