Guys, See how the size of your Pe nis can affect Your...

Guys, See how the size of your Pe nis can affect Your performance in Bed

It is the popular assumption that a larger pe.nis equals better se.x. But the truth is that the size of the pe.nis, though important, is not the only thing involved in satisfying a partners se.xually.

Many men are not confident about their pe.nis.

Of all the things that worry about their se.xual health, the size and shape of their pe.nis and their se.xual performances in bed come tops.

Many men are too conscious of the size and shape of their organs, thinking that it is all about being very long and thick or being a reticular shape.

What’s the average pe.nis size? It is strange that many men think they have small pe.nises. But, just to be clear, what is seen to be small not be small actually. The average pe.nis length is about 5-10cm (2.5 to 4 inches) when limp and about 12-19cm (5 to 7 inches) when erect (hard). Unless your pe.nis falls far under that category, then your pe.nis okay.  

If it is indeed smaller, then you might have the micro-pe.nis condition. Again, some men have pe.nises that only get big when erect but look tiny when flaccid. Bottom line is that you should be more focused on using what you have well, learning skills and trying to understand your partner’s body. Focusing on your size will only affect your psychologically and make se.x terrible.

Does pe.nis size affect se.xual performance? It is the popular assumption that a larger pe.nis equals better se.x. But the truth is that the size of the pe.nis, though important, is not the only thing involved in satisfying a partners se.xually. Ability to use your pe.nis, react to the specific partner’s needs and involve your mind and body in the se.x act sometimes are more important. The size is only a small part that must be complemented with behaviours and bedroom skills/attitude.

Is it normal to have a curved pe.nis? A curved pe.nis is normal if the curve is slight. In fact, it is common for the pe.nis to curve slightly upwards or to the left or right, especially when erect. But, where the curve is very extreme and causes pain during se,x, you might have a condition called Peyronie’s disease, a condition where an anomalous scar tissue grows in the soft tissue of the pe.nis. In that case, you need your doctor.

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