hey look its no worries, its how you use it. i mean im 16 and us teens are pretty judgemental.. dont worry just embrace yourself and be proud, come on, its your penis, your still you right ? dont worry about it your wife will respect you for who you are, she loves you right ? trust me, you dont need a bigger beast than the one youve already got, just use it right and be confident
There is no pill, cream, surgery, or magic wand, NOTHING to make your penis longer or wider. Nothing that doctors agree upon anyway. Trust me, if there were, said doctors and companies who invented the thing would be rich beyond their wildest dreams. EVERY guy who wasn't naturally 7" long would be getting one.
You have to use what was given to you, my friend. But do not be shy about it! There are many men in this world who are that size. I am not one, but here are some suggestions:
1) During sex, go into a position which will increase friction for her. Some of them include doggie style with her legs together, reverse cowgirl, and "regular" position of her on top of you. Avoid positions which require longer penises, like spooning.
2) Use of toys and vibrators may be of use, but only use these if she is open to their use, and do not suggest using them right off the bat.
I realize I am 4 years late with an answer, but check the web for 'penis extenders'. They're not cheap and you have to wear them regularly and it takes months to notice any change, but they reportedly do work. Actually in my mind, I can't see them NOT working, it's only common sense that they would. But you need to be dedicated and patient for them to work. Check them out and see what you think.
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