I'AM 49 YRS OLD AND MY PENIS IS STILL 1/2INC ,WHEN I WAS ABOUT 12 YRS OLD I PUT A RUBBER BAND AROUND MY PENIS TO MAKE IT BIGGER BUT IT NEVER DID,AND I'AM STILL A VIRGIN HOW CAN GET MY PENIS TOO HANG LOW I HAVE TRYED PILLS AND SEEN MY (DR) BUT NOTHING FROM HIM ,PLEASE HELP THANKS HERB
The normal penis size is 5.1–5.9 inches in length.What you seem to be having is called micropenis.It can be due to deficiency of pituitary growth hormone and gonadotropins, mild degrees of androgen insensitivity and a variety of genetic syndromes.
Three kinds of exercises are there for increasing the penis size which have proved little benefit. They include jelqing,penis stretching and kegel exercises.Other methods include using penis stretchers or extenders or getting surgery done.
Pls consult a urologist and discuss the option of surgery with him.
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