well there are supplements out there that are supposed to increase penis size but i doubt they work well, there is also surgery, but i would recommend doing some research on how to please a woman after all its not the size of the boat its the motion of the ocean.
There are surgical procedures but those are risky, could sever the balls from the penis so you cannot make babies anymore. And, assuming they are successful, it really doesn't make a big difference in erection length, only about an inch at most. On top of that, your penis will not stand up anymore because what they do is break the muscles which cause a penis to stand up, so while your penis may get hard, you will have to hold it upright.
There's nothing you can really do and still have a normal penis.
4 inches is long enough. If she is unhappy with it, that is her problem and you should break up with her.
For the next girlfriend, remember that shorter women typically have smaller vaginas. One of my ex gf's thought I was too big, and I'm only about 5.8 inches long. She was 5 ft. tall so she had a small vagina.
Learn how to make love to your girlfriend, with your hands, your mouth, your mind...spend time just enjoying each other in a private setting, plenty of foreplay "teasing" her and lightly touching...she'll be begging for that 4 inches before you know it..
(is there a more polite/less crass way for a woman to tell her b/f his penis is too small..at least so he doesn't go through life with a self esteem problem the size of
the empire state bldg?
A female's vagina will stretch with the size of her partner's penis. So, no matter what size you are, to a certain extent, you should be big enough to please her. You are almost five inches long, that is plenty big enough for a female to accomodate you. If she's unhappy, it may be because of your techniques, as stated above. You can be ten inches long and unsatisfying, simply because of your technique. Have a 'practice session' of sorts. Try new positions, find out which ones give optimum penetration. Have her tell you what she likes, what feels best. If she is still not satisfied, it may be time to seek other partners.
Please.... no surgery. Check out a documentary call "a girls' Guide to 21st Century sex" they tell you what they do in the surgery. It doesn't increase the size "at all". What they do it, the cut the top of the base of the penis to give an ILLUSION that the penis is a bit longer.... your girlfriend would feel no difference when haveing sex after the surgery. If you are fat, loose some weight so you can reveal an extra one more inch of your penis, and thats soemthing that she can literally feel ( an one inch gain in depth when intercourse). If you want to help giving a longer illusion, cut short, or shave your pubic hair. Pills don't work. Do some stretches when your penis is at un-erected state. best tiem is after a hot shower when your penis is relaxed and warm and puffy.
Sensitivity of vagina is two inches deep. An erected penis of two inches can satisfy a woman. In intercourse, clitoris is important. One should lean over her so that the penis rubs on her vagina. G-band is another erotic point for woman. Resarch the word G-band. You will now how to reach G-band. Four inch penis is long enough for any woman.
You may visit www.pegym.com to know the exercises to lengthen penis.
You can research kegel exercises to learn to control the ejaculation.
You can also learn Kundalini yoga which can transform your life for everything you desire in your live. Visit Anmolmehta.com. You will need lot of reading to learn this technique. But it is worth it
If your girlfriend just says right out "your penis is too small", she is a person with no class, and you should rid yourself of her right away. Tell her you are breaking up with her because "she is really UGLY" - "LOL"
In my opinion a girl that really cares about you would never talk about her mans size that's like you saying your boobs are to small its hurtful! She should love your body and keep the negative comments to herself and love you for who and how you are.
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