I have always been wondering what normal penis size is... I am 26 and fear I have a small penis. It's about 4 inches long when soft and about 3-4 inches in girth when soft. When it's hard it's still about 4 inches in girth and 6 inches long sometimes 7 if I'm super excited but mainly 6 inches in length. Is that normal or slightly under?
Hi. Do not be worried. You are good. I am 19 years old and 7 inches but as you might have heard over and over again...it is not the size but how you use it. The average penis size Like Ryan Mentioned is 5-5 1/2 inches. To prove this to yourself, next time you're having sex, go CRAZY. Go fast and deep and think of other things so you do not have your orgasm too fast. You'll see how much your partner enjoys the ride ;)
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