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Hi, im 16 years old. I have a 8 inch. penis. my older brother says thats small, and that ill neer please a girl?
I stopped masturbating to see if it will grow any bigger, but it wont. Does viagra, or something increase the penis size?
Because I dont want my girlfriends to think im small when im older!
Hi. Your profile says you're female, so 'm assuming you're either using someone else's login, or you're asking this question for someone else. Either way, here's some information for you (or him)
Penises are like noses: everyone has a similar one, with some variation. There are very small, pert noses, and very large, important noses. But they all work just the same. Whether a penis is on the larger or smaller side, but it still functions just as well—AND gives its user just as much pleasure.
Self-pleasuring does not increase or decrease penis size, and neither do any drugs such as Viagra. Most men erect to between 4” and 5”, with some variation. Whatever size your penis, it can bring both you and your partner great pleasure, especially when combined with accurate information and good communication. Dr. J
I am no professional, but i have been married for 10 years, and 8 inches is the regular or normal size. I don't know what your brother is talking about, no girl wants something too big. Your fine to me.
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