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Sir /maam, I had a small size penis i. E. If erect it was of 5 inches from bottom and also in small in width. Is thes problem related to my weight? Or any thing else?
Hi, I got married a month ago we decided to have baby after 2 years now we are using condoms instead of that can we use pills. Does it have side effect or affect her Health if yes what pills should we use.
I am 30 year working girl and got married last Feb now am 6 to 7 week pregnant but don't want to continue this cause we are not mentally and economically ready for kids. So please tell me what to do, can I have any medication to avoid it safely not to face any Complications in future. Some people say you can not be pregnant easily or with less chance after medication. Please suggest best opinion cause we just came out with bad time so nurturing a child will be toughest task with these circumstances when we economically imbalanced. We both to much puzzled what to do what not to do. please help us.
My girlfriend is having yeast infection every time before periods at that I get pain on PENIS head can you guide me any medication for yeast infection?
My friend had protected sex with her bf but unfortunately his condom got tore, now she is worried. This is her first time it ever happened, what is the the best time for her to take an i-pill, and how many tables does she need to consume to stop unwanted pregnancy? Is taking 1 single I-pill enough? P.S. This is her first time of taking such pill. Please advice.
After I turned 14 I have noticed small white bumps on my penis. These bumps are white in colour and are in shape of domes. These bumps are on the head of my penis. They do not hurt. What are these and how to get rid of them.
Your lifestyle habits can affect the size and growth of your penis, leading to anxiety problems and negative body image issues. Starting from the contraceptive pill in the 60s to modern cosmetic surgeries, man fabricated immense changes to our natural course of copulation. Cosmetic surgeries such as breast enlargement surgeries, liposuction and surgeries pertaining to the genitals are getting increasingly popular. Yet, the availability of such procedures have led to a plethora of myths.
The following are some of those:
Myth 1: Supplements, pills and creams will help: If the commercials on television have made you consider using supplements, pills or any other such ways to increase the girth of your penis, then think again. These remedies or medicines don't work and it is possibly a scheme to strip you off your hard earned money.
Myth 2: Lengthening with weights is a good idea: Contrary to popular belief, stretching your penis with weights won't help. Yet, it is somewhat possible to stretch your penis by hanging weights off it, but that would require a scary amount of dedication. Strapping weights off your penis for more than eight hours a day for seven long months may perhaps increase the length of your penis. But that is not medically proven or advised. In fact, there is high risk of injuring your penis.
Myth 3: Using vacuum pumps can make it happen: Vacuum pumps are cylinders that suck out air. The penis is put in it and the pump draws extra blood into it, making it erect and slightly bigger. After that, the penis is clamped with a tight, ring which prevents the blood to flow back. The only catch though is that the erection lasts as long as the ring is on. And using it in excess of 20 minutes, can lead to tissue damage.Having said all this, one may opt for penile surgery, keeping in mind various side effects. The reality is that 2 to 3 inches of penile length is sufficient to physically satisfy your partner.
Sex has nothing to do with size. It is just how you handle your partner, which actually is more important. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.