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I want to increase my penis size is there safe or any good medicine available in the market.

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Do jaqling exercise.
Do juggling exercise.
There is no point in worrying about the size of penis as it is not length or thickness of penis which decides if a male is fertile and does a better sex. An average penis size of 8.8 cm (3.5 inches) when flaccid. An average penis size is 12.9 cm (5.1 inches) when erect. You cannot increase or decrease the normal and natural size your body got from your genetic trait. The natural God given size is good enough for enjoying sex and producing children and women never bother or consider the size while making sex and they can only feel the touching sensation in the initial 2-3 inches inside the vagina There is no medicine or surgery or any methods i to increase the natural size of your penis which is controlled ( decided ) by your genetic status or nature There are no average length figures for teenagers because people grow at different rates. Most men's penises are somewhere around 9cm (3.75in) long when not erect, but it's normal for them to be shorter or longer than this. Some things can make your penis temporarily smaller, such as swimming or being cold. Research has found the average erect penis size varies from around 13cm to 18cm (5in to 7in). You cannot make your penis larger or smaller with exercises or medication. It may come as a surprise to some young men, but most women have very little interest in the size of their penis and that's been shown in numerous studies over time. The research shows that when it comes to sex, women are much more interested in whether you are romantic, tender and sensitive to their needs and desires than your penis size. Counselling has proven to be beneficial for men with penis anxiety. Therapy helps patients identify and correct any distorted views about their penis, build self-confidence and overcome fears about sexual relationships.
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