One of the biggest questions that’s asked when people talk about sex is, “DOES SIZE REALLY MATTER?” Size of the penis is what we’re talking about here, not the size of your thumb or the clitoris. Maybe we’ll talk about that some other time. But yes, I bet everyone would love to know – does the size of the man’s penis have anything to do with sexual satisfaction? Well, I’ll address that at the end of this post, but for those who think the size of the penis matters and would do anything to get their penises bigger, let’s examine carefully how these drugs work(if they do work at all) and hopefully, this will be thoroughly educative and a grand eye opener.


First of all, the penis is not a muscle. Oh no. That means, you cannot work it out physically and make it become bigger.

Basically, the penis has three parts: the root(the part fixed to your pelvic or just below your waist), the body(the free part) and the glans(the tip or most distal part which is very sensitive)

The penis is made up of erectile tissues. There are two main ones: The corpora cavernosa(on the top of the body or dorsally) and the Corpus spongiosum(ventral or below). It is these erectile tissues that get engorged with blood when the male is stimulated, and that is seen as erection. The penis obviously is covered with skin on the outside and there are arteries and veins in the body. The only muscles associated with the penis are at the bulb(close to the root) and connect the penis to the pelvis area.


The penis naturally enlarges as the male hits adolescence as a result of surge in hormones(testosterone). Therefore your penis grows to its maximum size when you complete your adolescent development.

Based on my findings, these are the proposed ways making the penis bigger and longer:

1. Surgery: A surgery is performed by taking fat from another part of the body and injecting it into the penis to make it bigger. To make the penis longer by surgery, the most common technique involves cutting the ligament that attaches the penis to the pubic bone and performing a skin graft at the base of the penis to allow for the extra length.

2. Jelqing: Jelqing is an exercise involving repeatedly pulling the flaccid penis using the thumb and index finger, with the aim of increasing erection size. The idea is that the pulling exercises will increase the blood capacity of the penis’ erectile tissue, allegedly resulting in increased length and girth of the penis.

3. Penile extenders: This technique involves placing a weight or a small extending frame, sometimes called a traction device, on the flaccid penis to stretch it.

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