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mixmaster
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i dont really have a big penis ,aproxx 5.5 inch and thin..so not that big...how do i pleasure my girl during intercourse and i have trouble getting to ejaculation becuase i will end up going flacid....why is this.
i used to masturbate a lot when i was youger but dont do it as much is this a problem?

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nixieGurl
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Chances are you are having problems because of simply being nervous or worried during sex about reaching ejaculation. Try not to focus on reaching ejaculation so much as enjoying the whole course of sex, rather than making ejaculation a goal, relaxing will help a lot.

We can not give out any technique advice here about how to pleasure your partner, as was mentioned in our guidelines but I think the best thing you can do is just relax, and enjoy it rather than being too concerned about the size of your penis. Ask your partner what she likes and communicate with each other, she is the best person to ask how to please her.

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Just to add to what nixie said - the average penis is between 5 and 6 inches, so your penis is well within the normal range [Smile] .

And how big your penis is has nothing to do with how it functions or how much pleasure you or your partner can experience.

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solitude
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i have the same problem whit my penis , it has 4.4 inches when is hard.and i asking you where i can go or to wich clinic to make it bigger . cuse i think start to become very crazy and frustrated about that , and i want to have a nice and beautiful life in front .thx and w8 your answer.

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Solitude, your penis is only just a bit less than average and as logic_grrl points out above, penis length has absolutely nothing to do with performance or how much pleasure you can give a partner.

Furthermore, there are very few nerve endings in the vaginal canal and sexual intercourse alone is, for many women, not the sexual activity they receive the most pleasure from.

There are no ways for you to make your penis bigger, and there is absolutely no need for that, either. Try to stop obsessing over it so much, mhm? Because it's really not the major issue you seem to think it is. You have every opportunity and possibibility to have a beautiful life, regardless of the length of your penis.

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then i think i need to see a psychiater cuse every time am whit a girl and start to like it and so on when comes the moment of truth i step back cuse am scared not to laught of me or to tell another ppl about my small penis [Frown] .

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Heather
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Can I give you a tip?

It's MEN obsessed with penis size. Not women. Even the women who are...learned that stuff from men. Men are the group who enable all of this and who care about it at all.

Women who get it -- especially women who get how their own sexuality and satisfaction works, and know penises, period, have little to nothing to do with that -- really don't care.

So, this isn't about those girls, it's about you. if you feel like you need counseling for your self-esteem, by all means, seek that out. But you may just need to do some reality checks and make yourself more aware of whose issues this is, and whose it isn't.

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