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    Tell him they'll only give him larger balls or something, put him off.
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    I'm a medical student and we've learnt about this in depth - and your bf will definitely be disappointed.

    There is only one way to increase penis size and that is surgical intervention. This still only has very minimal effects.

    The pills are usually contaminated with lead and mercury or even fertiliser. They are dangerous.

    If the pills do increase muscle size, they won't work as its the cavity where blood flows to that determines the size of an erection.

    The underlying cause of penis-envy is usually an image problem. Just give him abit of reassurance and tell him you don't want him taking the pills - especially for the reasons you've given. He should see a GP before taking any pills if he needs solutions instead.
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    Jelqing works. Over the course of years lol.
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    (Original post by Sam Beckett)
    Really, he probably needs counselling. You should ask him why he took them, how small his penis is etc and try to convince him that size doesn't matter.
    I assume she knows how small his penis is.
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    Just because he's trying to enlarge his penis doesn't mean he is currently below average. He's much more likely to be around average size (5.5-6", depending on who you consult), since that is the definition of an average, after all.
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    5.5 - 6" average? I don't consider myself king of dongs, but 6 inch is a bit small 'innit'?
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    He's been back for a few days now and I haven't been able to talk to him about it yet, we've either been out with all our friends and really not the place or time to mention it, or we're alone and its very sexually charged, and I really think that would be a bad time to bring the subject up.
    I'm really stuck on how to start the conversation. Any helpful ideas?
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    (Original post by JimmyJJ)
    5.5 - 6" average? I don't consider myself king of dongs, but 6 inch is a bit small 'innit'?
    Not really. Its a whole vicious circle. Most medical studied from which these sort of things are based are done entirely on self reports. Regardless of sample it is impossible to prevent participants adding a centimetre here an inch there, which artificially boosts what is considered average. In turn with the average artificially boosted individuals tend to add even more that skews things further. Surveys that have used actual medical information (as in recorded by an unbiased party like a Doctor) have reported an average of about 5.5", which is where that figure comes from. Of course the problem with these surveys is its very hard to get them done, obviously.

    Secondly, perception. Individuals are prone to base their personal size more on how they view what they are looking at from above than anything else. Feedback from partners is also pretty subjective as well (based on partners ability to read size, partner's past experience etc) and there isn't really any objective means of measuring in the first place. Some participants that reports massive packages using one method of measuring (undersize, no pushing) report smaller when using another (topside, no pushing against fat pad).

    But whatever, I've talked about this for too long.
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    Isnt the average female *space* shall we call it, only 5-6 inches deep and so anything longer than that is kind of wasted anyway?

    Remember lads, its how you use it that counts.
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    The G-spot is only four inches into the cavity, so any length beyond that is unneccessary really, apart from for asthetics.
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    (Original post by robot_overlord)
    Anyone with spelling and grammar that bad has no right to procreation anyway.
    absolutely - I think I know who this user is and she's temp. banned, else its someone on this thread havin a fascinating conversation with themselves.
 
 
 
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