Advertisements for male enhancement products are everywhere. From pills, penis extenders and surgeries that promise to increase the length and width of your penis. However, there is no scientific proof for nonsurgical procedures to increase the side of the penis. And no well known medical institutions endorse penis surgery just for cosmetic reasons. Most of the procedures that appear on ads might not be effective, and some of them can harm your penis. It is a good idea to be cautious before opting for one.
The concern that your penis appears small to satisfy your partner during intercourse is quite common. But research has shown that most males who believe that their penises are too small actually do have penises that are normal in size. Similarly, research also found that most have a delusional idea of what defines normal and what defines a small penis size. A normal penis measurement ranges from 3-5 inches when not erect, and around 5-7 inches when erect. A penis is termed as abnormally small if it is less than 3 inches when erect, a condition commonly referred to as micropenis.
Advertisers of male enhancement products and methods would to have your partner care too much about penis size. If you have a concern, communicate with your partner. Do not forget that understanding your partners concerns and desires is more likely to boost your intimate relationship than attempting to change your penis size. Manufactures provide types of nonsurgical male enhancement methods, and mostly promote them with eye catching ads that include endorsement with questionable scientific proof. Be careful, some might not be. Advertisers rely on testimonials, data that is not proved and questionable before and after images. Diet supplements do not need approval from the Food and Drug Administration, so it is not mandatory for manufacturers to prove safety and success stories. The solution to your penis size concerns can easily be solved by communicating with your partner or getting into shape. If it doesn’t push through, seek help from a professional counselor about your concerns before attempting any of the male enhancement methods.