Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction

If there is anything that diabetes and erectile dysfunction have in common, it’s that neither of them is laughing matters.

As it happens, however, these two medical conditions have a lot more in common than that alone—the two often go hand in hand.

If you believe your erectile dysfunction may be caused by your struggle with diabetes, or if you have erectile dysfunction and you fear it may be a sign that you have diabetes, then worry not; we’re here to help you by giving you all the information you need about these two conditions and how they are related to one another.

What’s more, we also have the information you need to begin overcoming your struggle with erectile dysfunction by appropriately treating it and being able to return to a normal, happy, and satisfying sex life.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is a condition in which a man struggles to get or maintain an erection that is firm enough for him to be able to perform sexual intercourse with his partner.

This can be a frustrating condition, as it can prevent a man from connecting physically with his partner and acts as a barrier to their ability to have sex.

Erectile dysfunction can cause a lot of problems in a man’s life and relationships, with everything from frustration to feelings of inadequacy.

What’s more, his partner will often be lead to feel insecure and like they are not good enough, as they are not able to get the man to have an erection.

However, erectile dysfunction has very little to do with how attractive a man finds his partner and how aroused he is.

Despite factors of attraction and how much a man would like to connect physically with another person, erectile dysfunction makes it impossible for him to achieve or maintain an erection that allows him to have sexual intercourse with anybody.

While this often makes a person’s partner feel as if they are not doing enough to get him aroused or that they are not attractive enough to do so, this is not the case at all.

If a person suffers from erectile dysfunction, the effect is that he is unable to get or maintain the erection he wants regardless of his level of attraction or arousal.

Fortunately, there are ways to overcome erectile dysfunction and break this ugly cycle.

There are two different types of erectile dysfunction, the first being the typical type of ED that is either an independent medical problem, or a medical issue that is rooted in another medical condition the sufferer has.

Another type of ED, though, is psychological ED. This type of ED is brought on by stress, depression, and anxiety, and presents itself in the same way that any other type of erectile dysfunction would.

In fact, somewhere between 10-20% of instances of ED turn out to be the result of psychological causes.

The only thing that is different about psychological ED is its causes and, consequently, its cure.

By addressing the root of the stress, depression, and anxiety causing your psychological ED, it is possible to cure yourself of it.

Much like the method of curing of psychological erectile dysfunction, ridding yourself of your ED will require you to determine the source of the problem and get it under control.

When it comes to medical problems causing your ED rather than psychological issues, however, things become much more challenging.

There are a whole host of medical conditions that can manifest themselves in symptoms of erectile dysfunction as one of their symptoms and ways of making themselves known.

By pinpointing the exact cause of your erectile dysfunction, though, you may be able to get the condition under control and consequently see your erectile dysfunction alleviated.

Porn is even a source of ED these days when mixed with masturbation.

The Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

As previously stated, the list of conditions that can actually be the cause of your erectile dysfunction goes on and on.

The parts of your body are all interconnected, however, so is something is wrong with one part of your body, it could end up affecting your penis and making it impossible for you to get erections like you used to.

There are so many conditions that can cause you to have these symptoms, and if you suffer from one or even many of these conditions, then it is not at all unlikely that erectile dysfunction could be one of the resulting effects.

Review the following list of conditions and behaviors that can make an individual more susceptible to the effects of erectile dysfunction and see or any (or possibly several) of them apply to you.

High cholesterol

Clogged blood vessels

Heart disease

High blood pressure


Parkinson’s disease

Metabolic syndrome

Multiple sclerosis

Sleep disorders

Use of tobacco

Surgeries that affect the pelvic area or spinal cord

Peyronie’s disease


Abuse of substances

Treatments for prostate cancer or enlarged prostate

If you find that any of the conditions of behaviors on this list are applicable to your unique situation, then you are more vulnerable to the effects of ED than someone who has never experienced any of these.

However, of course, if you don’t suffer from any of those conditions and don’t think psychological causes are the culprit in your ED, then there’s always one of the biggest causes of ED that could behind your symptoms—and that’s diabetes. 

How Diabetes Could Be Causing Your Erectile Dysfunction

If you have diabetes, then, unfortunately, chances are that you have suffered some symptoms of erectile dysfunction as well.

Studies show that men who are living with diabetes are likely to exhibit some symptoms of ED, with about 35-75% of men with the condition experiencing it to some degree.

Experiencing ED is something that is normal to happen to all men at some point during their lifetime, as they get older.

However, men who have diabetes tend to develop erectile dysfunction anywhere from 10 to 15 years earlier than they might have if they did not have diabetes.

As those with diabetes get older, their likelihood of experiencing erectile dysfunction increases, and the frequency with which they experience it becomes even more common.

In fact, by the age of 50, the likelihood of a man struggling to be able to get an erection increases to affect somewhere between 50% and 60% of men with diabetes.

By the time a man reaches the age of 70, he has a 95% chance of experiencing some difficulty getting or maintaining an erection because of erectile dysfunction.

The reason such a common effect of diabetes is erectile dysfunction has a lot to do with impairments involving function in nerves, blood vessels, and muscles.

To be able to get and maintain a healthy erection, men require the aid of healthy and well-functioning blood vessels, nerves, and male hormones—not to mention a desire to be stimulated sexually.

With diabetes, however, these nerves and blood vessels that control your ability to get an erection become damaged, and the results can be a complete downer, to say the least.

Even with normal levels of male hormones and the desire to have sex, you may still find yourself unable to get an erection and be able to have sexual intercourse with your partner without seeking medical aid or methods of treatment.

Medications to Treat Diabetes-Induced Erectile Dysfunction

Fortunately, there are methods available to treat this condition and make it possible for you to still enjoy a healthy and satisfying sex life, despite your struggles with diabetes.

The medications available to help you get the erections you need to be capable of having sex with your partner are plenty, meaning you will have plenty to choose from during the process of selecting the medication that is right for you—that is, if you think that medication is right for you at all.

Some of the medications available for erectile dysfunction brought on by diabetes include oral medications such as sildenafil (found in Revatio and Viagra), tadalafil (found in Adcirca and Cialis), avanafil (found in Stendra), or vardenafil (found in Levitra or Staxyn).

These medications could prove to be an effective way to resume a healthy sex life by making it possible to get satisfying erections that make it possible to have intercourse—but of course, nothing comes without its downsides.

Don’t Neglect Your Heart

Many people who suffer from diabetes also tend to have problems with their heart.

The reason that this makes the above-listed medications risky is because they could result in some interactions with certain heart medications.

Therefore, they may not be the most appropriate treatment method for a man with diabetes, if that man has any signs of heart problems.

To avoid dangerous reactions, it is wise to seek other treatment methods if you fear that the above-mentioned medications may have a negative effect on your heart.

The Importance of Consulting Your Doctor

If you have diabetes but have exhibited no sign of having problems with your heart, then it may be perfectly safe and effective for you to use traditional medications to get the erections you want.

However, making the call that your heart is healthy enough to withstand the effects of these medications is a dangerous call to make all on your own.

Therefore, it is important to consult your doctor before taking any such medication and making sure you are in the clear to avoid any disastrous health effects by taking any medications that could potentially harm you.

Medications can often help with a certain problem, such as your erectile dysfunction, only to make another problem worse, such as any existing issues you could have with your heart—something that often goes hand in hand with diabetes.

When it comes to something as important and essential to your health as your heart, you don’t want to take any risks.

Get the green light from your doctor before pursuing any of these medications as your erectile dysfunction solution.

Alternative Treatment Options

However, if you don’t think these medications are right for you, or if your doctor gives you the thumbs down to them, then there are other options available for you to try.

It’s still possible to regain your healthy sex life without resorting to medications that may be dangerous for your heart, so let’s explore some of the other treatment options available to you:

Penis Pumps

Penis pumps have been wrongfully lauded as a long-term solution for penis enlargement for quite some time now, but while they are not effective at promoting permanent growth onto your member, they are good for something.

By helping you to achieve a long and firm erection, you can maintain this erection with a constriction band that keeps the blood in your manhood for a prolonged period of time.

Safe to use as long as you use the product properly and do not keep the constriction band on your member for intervals exceeding 15 minutes,penis pumps are an effective way to get the erections you need to have intercourse without taking any medications that could harm your heart.

However, it is essential to make absolutely certain that you are using your penis pump correctly, as these handy dandy little tools do not come without their own inherent risks.

If used incorrectly, they can cause ruptured blood vessels in your penis or permanent damage of penile tissue from over stretching your member.

That’s why it’s so important not to become overzealous in your pumping or to leave the constriction band on for too long.

While penis pumps are a viable option to treat your erectile dysfunction, it’s important to remember that this treatment does come with some downsides in addition to the aforementioned risks.

For one thing, there’s no better way to ruin the mood with your partner then it to stop what you were doing in the middle of heightened arousal, just to proclaim that you need to use your penis pump in order to achieve a satisfactory erection.

Of course, you can be discreet and sneak away to the bathroom to do this without your partner knowing, but by the time you return, the mood may have already dissipated and it may be too late.

Of course, if you have a good communication with your partner and they are understanding of your condition, this may not matter – but it is probably not the best thing to pull out on a first date or your first time getting intimate with a new partner.

Not only that, but it is also likely that, for many, the 15-minute time limit that comes with the use of a penis pump is too restricting for the preferences of many people who may be considering using this method.

If you are looking to be engaged in sexual activities for a prolonged period of time, then this method of treating your diabetes-induced erectile dysfunction may not be the best method for you.

Stem Cell Treatment

Stem cells have been used to treat a whole host of medical conditions in the past, and studies and experimentation involving these versatile cells are unlocking a variety of incredible treatment methods and results for patients of all sorts of maladies.

Now, stem cells have the power to help you overcome your diabetes-induced erectile dysfunction with their incredible health benefits.

Certain stem cell treatment options are available on the market today that have proven helpful and effective in aiding men to overcome their erectile dysfunction.

The advantages to this method include the fact that it allows men to cure their erectile dysfunction once and for all without any unnatural additives or chemicals that could be harmful to the heart or worsen any existing health conditions.

But, as the saying goes, nothing is perfect—so this method does come with some drawbacks of its own.

Stem cells treatment methods are very specific and require the user to be dedicated and persistent in its process.

That means thy need to follow the protocol exactly and dutifully follow it every day.

Some men shy away from this solution because they are not fond of the idea of needing to follow the protocol every single day, as other methods only require use right before having sexual intercourse.

On the other hand, many people find this solution to be worth the trade off because it provides long-term, permanent results naturally.

If you think stem cell treatment might be right for you, then find the stem cell protocol that works for you today.

The Verdict

As you can see, there are many different options to choose from when it comes to determining the best way to manage your struggle with ED as a result of diabetes.

While the plethora of options available may make it difficult to find the best treatment method for you, the bright side is that it means there’s usually an option out there that will yield reliable results for everybody.

With a little bit of research and hunting, you should be able to pinpoint the erectile dysfunction treatment method that is best for you in no time at all.

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Penis Enlargement Surgery

There are plastic surgeries available for people to obtain bigger breasts, butts, lips, and hips, so why shouldn’t there be one for men to get a bigger penis?

But not all that glitters is gold.

As with any surgery, there are a lot of factors to consider before venturing down a path that will have drastic consequences on your life.

A study published in Psychology of Men and Masculinity, showed a resounding 45% of heterosexual men that were polled wished that their penis was bigger.

That is almost half! And, that is a lot of unhappy men dissatisfied with their natural manhood.

The truth is that many men don’t actually know the average penis size.

It may help you to measure your penis check that you’re not as small as you think.

But the number game for men’s displeasure with their genitals goes deep.

Despite having an average or above average penis (even in contrast to men who truly have a micropenis), men still suffer from small penis syndrome, harboring on the size of their genitals in both a flaccid and erect state.

With cultural and social pressure to look and perform a certain way, it is no surprise that so many men who have a normally sized penis have extreme anxiety about their goods.

A study that analyzed the anxiety many men feel about the size of their penis goes on to suggest that women tend to be less concerned with penile size than with personality or personal grooming.

Modern culture presents a few issues for the modern man. First, the media is obsessed with penis size. Celebrities with big penises are lauded. 

Celebrities with small penises are laughed at. Johan Falcon (owner of the biggest penis capable of erections) and Roberto Esquivel Cabrera (owner of the biggest penis outright, but not capable of getting erections) have an infamy that many would enjoy. 

Justin Bieber’s penis is now almost as famous as his songs.

We’re obsessed with having the perfect penis. And this is leading many men to look into penis enlargement.

There are many types, including penis exercises (see our free, comprehensive penis exercise guide here), using pumps, taking penis enlargement pills, extenders and the highly-regarded stem cell enlargement.

However, surgery is one of the most popular for serious wannabe-gainers.

Surgery Takes World by Storm, But at What Cost?

Nonetheless, men’s unhappiness with their genitals isn’t going away any time soon, ushering in abundant options to consider for enhancing what they already have.

Penis enlargement surgery is a drastic procedure that exists for men that want to surgically alter the appearance of their penis.

Gaining traction in many countries, enlargement procedures are changing men’s lives across the planet. In fact, Germany is dominating the market, with 2,786 of the estimated 15,414 surgeries taking place in the land of brats and beers.

These figures total 18% of the world’s enlargement surgeries taking place in just one country, costing on average around $13,000.

Now, it is important to note that this doesn’t necessarily mean that so many German men are investing into this practice, but simply that this is by far the leading country where this type of work is being carried out.

While the jury is out on exactly who is flocking to Germany to receive a penis enlargement procedure (in fact, studies consistently show that Germans rank above the world average for their endowment), the simple truth is that it is an expensive practice that is growing in popularity.

But what are the real benefits and consequences to this procedure?

How does traditional penis enlargement surgery work?

Before you can understand what comes after the procedure, you should really know how penis enlargement surgery works.

Let’s set the record straight.

Phalloplasty is the building or rebuilding of a penis and/or the alteration of the penis by a surgical procedure.

There are two basic types of penis enlargement surgery for modifying an already existing penis.

Elongating the penis: 

This is the most common form of surgery that takes place.

The procedure is performed by cutting the suspensory ligament.

This is the ligament that connects the penis to the pelvic bone, and when this is cut, it allows for more of the penis shaft to protrude, becoming more visible on the outside of the body.

This procedure is less about elongating the penis and instead showcases what is ‘hidden’.

For men that receive this type of surgery, they must perform exercises to guarantee the ligament does not reattach to the pelvic bone.

This can be done with weights or stretching devices, with exercises needing to take place for six months after surgery.

Broadening the penis: 

Less common and riskier, there are surgical options for men who feel their penis does not have enough girth.

To widen the penis, implanted fat, silicone, or tissue grafts must be used, leading many to criticize this particular type of penis enlargement surgery.

Despite the popularity of penis surgeries around the world, many institutions discount the above procedures, claiming that they’re either unsafe or ineffective for producing worthwhile results.

Specifically, the Mayo Clinic claims that most men that have undergone penis enlargement surgery are dissatisfied with the results they receive, as on average the surgery may only add half an inch (1cm) to a flaccid penis.

While reports on various outlets are conflicting as to the results these types of surgeries can offer men, there are definite risks that should be considered. 

Risks and Side Effects of Penis Enlargement Surgery

What is most important to note about these types of surgeries is the lack of scientific study that can attest to any part before, after, and during said procedure.

In certain countries, these surgeries aren’t procedures that are even approved by the appropriate institutions, meaning many men venture to other countries where the surgery is a viable option.

For the elongating surgery option, possible reported side effects include:


Nerve damage

Reduced sensitivity

Difficulty getting an erection

Unstable erection

Scarring and severe scarring that can leave you with an even shorter penis

For the broadening surgery option, possible reported side effects include:

Lumpy, bumpy, or an uneven penis



For men that undergo the lengthening procedure, they may experience what some describe as a loss of angle with their erection, ultimately making sex uncomfortable.

Further, for men that undergo the widening surgery by injecting fat into their penis, their bodies will eventually re-absorb the fat, reverting their penis back to its original size.

Needless to say, these side effects are discouraging for many men that are considering either of these procedures.

A Silicone Implant That is Changing the Game

While penis enlargement surgery is a risky and costly procedure, there are some that argue silicone implants may be the future for penis enlargement.

In 2002, a well-known Beverly Hills urologist, Dr. Elist (who is world renowned for his contributions in urology and has gained accolades for linking cigarette smoking to impotence in men) developed a penis implant.

Having worked for years with men who experienced erectile dysfunction, he focused his career around inserting prosthesis into the arteries of men’s penises.

Upon receiving numerous complaints for shrinkage (despite obtaining an erection) the doctor patented his controversial silicone implant.

Comparing his invention to breast implants, he claims that the main difference is that his implant isn’t filled with anything.

Covering 270 degrees of the penis, he asserts that his invention will permanently increase the length and girth of the penis and has been performing the surgery since 2004.

Dr. Elist Claims that immediately after the operation has commenced, a man’s penis will expand between 1.5-2.5 inches.

While men can keep the implant for life, they must abstain from any sort of sexual activities for 4-6 weeks after the surgery.

Once their recovery time is over, men can return to their old selves, boasting of a newfound confidence thanks to their new manhood.

But what’s the catch?

Dr. Elist’s implant is definitely an interesting breakthrough in the world of plastic surgery. As the only doctor permitted by the FDA to administer this implant, he performs (on average) two surgeries a day at $13,000 USD.

While his personal research claims that his surgeries have a 95% success rate, there is men should consider before scheduling their airfare to California.

As with any surgery there are risks involved.

There are many negative possible side effects for people that undergo this surgery.


 As with any surgery, infection is always a risk.

Considering that there will be an incision, there is always the chance that a foreign body may creep its way into your wound.

Suture Detachment: 

Sutures will be used to perform the operation, meaning there is a chance that they can become detached or unhinged. 

Implant Breakage: 

Considering that the implant is still relatively new (despite being permitted by the FDA for use) there is always a chance the implant could break.

Implant Perforation of Skin:

 Not every patient is the same, meaning that not every penis or genetic makeup will be the same.

The skin around the man’s penis is a determining factor for how big they can go and how well the outcome of the surgery will be.

Depending on the elasticity of the skin, the implant always has the chance to puncture through the skin of the penis.

In fact, there was an extreme case with one of his cases where everything that went wrong did. Over the course of 40+ days, this poor guy felt every kind of emotion imaginable.

From utter amazement at his new penis to desperate disappointment to regret, his testimonial is definitely worth the read for men considering this surgery.

Is it worth it?

There is so much to consider when weighing the options of this surgery.


This is an expensive surgery.

Yes, in comparison to other types of penis enlargement surgery options, the cost is relatively the same.

Yet, it is still a massive amount of money to pay for something a procedure that has so many risks and may not actually produce the results you envision.


While this surgery has been taking place for a little over a decade, the fact that it is only being performed by one physician and still isn’t a procedure that isn’t barely evolving past this one doctor’s office is a bit concerning.

Not to say that it won’t become as commonplace as breast implants, but you must ask yourself if you want to be involved in such a new surgery.

Modification of Penis:

 When it comes to the previously mentioned lengthening surgery, there is no tampering with the shaft of the penis to achieve a result.

Further, despite the fat deposits from injections for a widening surgery being painful, possibly altering the appearance of the penis, and the fact that they will dissipate over time, at least you don’t run the risk of an implant puncturing through the skin after the surgery is complete or breaking entirely.


While results of this operation vary, one must consider if the size modification is actually worth the risk of the surgery itself.

Yes, it has the potential to up both the length and girth of your penis, but depending upon your size beforehand, is the risk for just a small amount in the long run actually beneficial?


As mentioned previously, men may be unhappy with the size of their penis, but most of the time, their partners don’t have an issue with their goods.

Regardless, you should consider if the mentality about your penis and body is going to alter drastically enough to warrant the risk of putting yourself under the knife.

Penis Enlargement Surgery Alternatives

Whether you’re a skeptic and are not certain you’ll achieve results from any of the aforementioned procedures or you don’t want to go through surgery just to alter the size of your penis, there are many proactive options you can opt for.

Talk with your partner: 

Discussing personal issues you have with our bodies is never easy, but it may make all the difference in your relationships.

When you are in a healthy relationship with someone, they’re going to be receptive to your desire to speak with them about any issues you are having with your body.

Not only are they likely to put your mind at ease regarding the size of your penis, but they may also have ideas for different sex positions and activities you can both engage in that benefits you both.

Lose that belly fat: 

Whether you have a small beer gut or need to really get your health in check, the size of your stomach may be influencing how your penis appears to both you and others.

So, not only is exercise essential to maintain a healthy life.

Even more, physical conditioning makes you look better, improves your endurance, and can emphasize more than just your toned physique.

Cut back your pubic hair: 

Trimming and shaving pubic hair isn’t just something that girls should do for aesthetics.

Men that feel self-conscious about the size of their penis may find that a proper trim around the base of their penis and just general grooming around that area is going to enhance the appearance and how big it looks.

Even more, it may increase the sensitivity at the base of your penis, opening yourself up to new sensations during sex.

Speak with your doctor or a counselor: 

If how you feel about your penis is impacting your quality of life and consuming your thoughts, it may be beneficial for you to speak with your doctor or a certified specialist to see how they can help you.

With the help of trained professionals, you may feel better with the perception you have of yourself.

Even more, you may consider speaking with someone that is experienced in coaching how to better perform sexually if that is an area you are feeling uncertain with.

Of course, the above options may not work for everyone, but they are good solutions to consider. First, they are all easily achievable.

Of course, costs would incur if you were to speak with a doctor or trained professional about your penis, but the truth is that this would still be much cheaper than paying for surgery.

Not only are these options financially better for you, but they are all alternatives that improve your sense of well-being and are good practices to do regardless, as they promote proper mental and physical health and better hygiene.

As you consider the alternatives, the natural question that arises is the biggest one of all.

Does penis size actually matter?

This is an age-old debate that has a history longer than you could imagine.

When searching the internet, there are varying opinions regarding whether the size of a man’s penis matters to their partner.

There are many reports all collectively claiming that, ‘Yes, size does matter.’ Yet, on the other side of the argument, you have people saying it is all how you work it. It is confusing to say the least. Some are obsessed with penis size, especially through history.

According to an article entry in Psychology Today by renowned contributor of all things sexuality, Michael Castleman, he asserts that most women are completely happy with their partner’s size.

In this particular article, he refers to previous instances where he claimed that size was not an issue for the majority of women.

Adjusting his views, he replies to some women who write to inform him that, ‘Yes, size does matter to them,’ leaving him to claim that some women may find that size matters, but they are much fewer than the majority.

Castleman centers his statements around decades of experience and conversations he has had with women that attest to the fact that they don’t mind as much as men may think.

He backs his assertions up with a report done by UCLA and Cal State LA showing that 84% of women are ‘very satisfied’ with the size of their partner’s penis, with only 14% of them wishing it was larger and 2% preferring a smaller one.

Men Are Their Own Worst Enemy

To understand the study better, it is important to note that 26,437 women responded and 25,594 men responded (age ranges from 18-65).

Both parties were self-selected, indicating that there may well-indeed be validity to the findings of this report.

Men were consistently much harder on themselves when it came to the size of their penis. 2/3 men rated their penis as ‘average’ (matching what women said about their partners) but women were half as likely to deem their man’s penis as ‘small’ and more likely to call it ‘large’.

Only 6% of the surveyed women called their man’s penis small, with a hopeful 27% of women calling their partner’s penis large.

You may think that your penis is genetically unlucky, or your penis stopped growing too soon, yet it appears women are 4 times more likely to look favorably on penises.

The more you research, the more you’ll discover the resounding truth that most don’t seem to mind too much about penis size.

Debby Herbenick, Ph.D. at Indiana University and Kinsey Institute affirmed Castleman’s claims in the New York Daily news that for most men, the size of their penis is not as relevant to the satisfaction they give a woman as they may think.

Even this article published on Bustle from 25 women shows that many women are not as hung up on what most men would have imagined.

Many women report that they prefer an average penis size to an above average member, as a larger dick can be painful.

Penis Enlargement Surgery May Be Too Drastic

Ultimately, deciding to have penis enlargement surgery is up to you.

With the elongating option of severing the suspensory ligament and the widening procedures with fat deposits to Dr. Elist’s unconventional methodologies, men have more surgical options now than ever before to modify the size of their penis.

Of course, there are an exorbitant amount of questions to consider before going under the knife.

Are the problems you have with your penis stemming from psychological issues, like small penis syndrome?

Have you actually measured your penis?

If so, where does your penis stack up next to the average penis size?

Is your partner happy with your penis size?

How exactly could you facilitate a surgery like this financially?

What about the many risk factors that are associated with every surgery type?

As you can see from this article, many issues men have with their penis stem from their own self-doubt and nothing more.

Therefore, it is important to ask yourself the tough questions before you proceed with an operation that will impact your life forever.

Even more, speaking with your physician, partner, family, and friends before undertaking such a demanding procedure is going to help you decide what is best.

What is most important is that you come to terms with whatever decision that is best for you and that you are happy, both physically and mentally.

Engaging in a dialogue with professionals and finding steady footing on an unsteady path of uncertainty will be the first steps on your journey to real change and self-acceptance.

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Anatomy of the Penis

Captivating people for centuries, the male genitalia is a complex organism that is actually much more intricate than you may realize.

Comprising of meticulous components that allow the male body to function as it does, the anatomy of a penis is a fascinating and worthwhile subject all men should understand about their own bodies. 

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To learn more about penis anatomy, keep reading…

Human Penis Parts & Function

By definition, the human penis is an outer male intromittent organ that simultaneously operates as the urinal duct.

The male reproductive system is comprised of the following parts:


A man’s penis has three main components: the root, the body, and the glans penis.


The root is the connection from the abdominal and pelvic wall.


The body is the middle part of the penis.

This has three cylindrical spaces of soft tissues, with two of the larger compartments filling with blood when the penis forms an erection.  

These two compartments are called the corpora cavernosa, and are next to one another, forming most the penis.

The third cylindrical compartment is the corpus spongiosum, which surrounds the urethra, ultimately creating the urinary passageway.

Glans Penis:

This is the cone-like end, also known as the head of the penis, which is where the corpus spongiosum terminates.

The slight ridge that separates the glans penis from the body of the penis is called the corona.


The scrotum, a sack of thin muscles and skin, is what houses the testicles.

Serving as the man’s personal climate regulator, the scrotum strategically keeps the testicles away from the body, allowing them to be cooler that the normal body temperature.

This is essential for optimal sperm production, as the testicles must always be cooler than the temperature of the body.

Within the scrotum, the cremasteric muscles are what move the testicles within the scrotum when the body gets either too hot or cold.

Testicles (Testes)

The testicles, or testes, are a pair of two oval-sized spheres, with one positioned on the right side and one on the left. The testicles have two main functions: producing sperm and testosterone.

Sperm Production: 

Spermatozoon, a derivative of Greek for ‘seed’, is the word for the male gamete. Sperm cells are what determine the sex of an offspring (in mammals) depending on the chromosome that is attached to it.

On average, men ejaculate 3.7 ml (3 quarters of a teaspoonful) of sperm. 

Testosterone Production: 

A normal range of healthy testosterone levels in an average adult male is 280-1100 nanograms per deciliter.

If a man’s testosterone level is abnormal, they may experience side effects like reduced libido, fewer erections, impotence, infertility, alteration in sleeping pattern, emotional fluctuations, and physical changes.

Vas Deferens and Seminal Vesicles

When sperm is produced, it travels through the epididymis (a collection area) and then on through a duct called the vas deferens, which will them join with the seminal vesicles to create the ejaculatory duct.

These seminal vesicles are actually what’s responsible for producing a fluid that gives nutrients to the sperm while simultaneously lubricating the urethra.

This fluid, along with other fluids is what creates semen. 

When ejaculation occurs, the muscles around the seminal vesicles contract, ultimately pushing out the sperm and fluid.

Located behind the bladder, the seminal vesicles are an essential part of the male reproductive system.

Prostate Gland

A walnut-sized gland, the prostate is below the urinary bladder and encompasses the urethra.

Like the seminal vesicles, the prostate gland also produces fluid, called prostatic fluid, that also supports the sperm.

In fact, the white fluid that makes up most semen comes from the prostate gland and serves no other known purpose than reproduction.

A man’s prostate actually grows throughout his life, with this growth having the potential to cause a blockage in the urethra.

Symptoms that may arise from are urinary frequency, excessive urination throughout the night, urgent urination, and an overall weakening of the urinary stream.

The prostate is also an origin for prostate specific antigen (PSA) that is commonly used to determine and monitor prostate cancer. 


Surrounded by the corpus spongiosum (remember, that is one of the three tubes in the penis mentioned earlier) the urethra has a dual purpose: transport of urine from the bladder and transport of semen.

The urethra is responsible for draining the bladder through the prostate gland and is eventually joined by the ejaculatory duct, then on to the penis.

Brain centers that oversee regulating urination are the pontine micturition center, cerebral cortex, and periaqueductal gray.

These same centers are controls the sphincter muscles, physiologically separating the excretory and reproduction function of the penis, ultimately stopping urine from permeating the upper part of the urethra during ejaculation.

Foreskin and Circumcision

When a man is born, they are born with foreskin.

Foreskin is your penis’s double-layered fold of muscle tissue, blood vessels, neurons, skin, and mucous membrane that acts as a protection to the glans penis and urinary meatus.

A man’s foreskin is mobile, can stretch, and serves as a natural lubricant for the glands.

Whether the penis is in its flaccid or erect state, the foreskin will cover the glands of the penis, and is retractable.

When a child is born, their foreskin is usually attached to the glans at birth and is not retractable when they are infants.

While the age when a boy can retract his foreskin varies, research has shown that 95% of males are able to retract their foreskin by the time they’re adults.

The World Health Organization has yet to directly attribute the function of the foreskin, speculating that its function could be to moisten glands, protect the penis in utero, or enhance sexual pleasure thanks to the presence of nerve receptors.

Circumcision is a common practice in certain parts of the world and is the most common genital alteration for men.

Circumcision is defined as the removal of part (or all) of the foreskin, whether for cultural, religious, and/or medical reasons.

For many, this procedure is carried out on infants, and is a practice that has been met with much criticism and praise alike.

The rates of the amount of men that are circumcised is unknown, but there are estimates that the number falls at 25% of men.

National rates of the practice vary depending on country.

In the United States, about 80% of men are circumcised, while in Sweden non-medical circumcision is illegal on children and the number of men who are circumcised is at 2%.

Even in the UK, 12,200 circumcisions are performed annually for medical reasons, a significant drop since the 1930s, but many still claim this is still too many.

There are three main medical reasons for circumcision:


 For some babies, the foreskin and glans develop as one, only separating in childhood.

The infant foreskin is then tight and inelastic, leading some doctors to suggest a circumcision, while others claim that it will loosen by age three.


This is when the glans and/or the foreskin is inflamed.

This can impact men of every age, and is the result of poor hygiene, a tight foreskin, a disorder of the skin, allergy to product, etc.

It is a bacterial infection called candida, and when it is recurrent, circumcision may be recommended.

Painful Sex: 

Circumcision may be an offer for adults that are experiencing pain during sex thanks to a tight foreskin.

There are religious reasons why circumcision is also common.

For the Jewish, Muslim, and African tribal communities, many religious traditions and scriptures claim that circumcision serves as a covenant and devotion to God or their creator.

How does the penis achieve an erection and ejaculation?

Inside the penis, the two cylinder-shaped compartments mentioned above, the corpora cavernosa has a conglomerate of blood vessels, tissues, and pockets that are open.

There are two main arteries, one located in each corpora cavernosa, and many veins that move blood in and out of the two compartments, with the nerves relaying messages throughout your body.

An erection actually doesn’t start here though, but actually begins in the brain.

Whether it stems from something felt, smelled, heard, or thought, the nerves in the brain send a chemical message to the blood vessels in the penis.

The arteries that flow into the corpora cavernosa open, allowing blood to flow into the compartments while the veins simultaneously close.

As the blood enters the penis, pressure traps the blood within the corpora cavernosa, expanding the penis and holding the erection.

As the inflow subsides, the veins reopen and the penis becomes soft again.

Ejaculation occurs when the vas deferens squeeze sperm from the testicles to the back of the urethra. From there the seminal vesicles release fluid too, with the urethra sensing the sperm and fluid mixture that has built up.

As the sexual excitement heighten, a signal is sent along the spinal cord which directly sends a signal to the muscles at the base of the penis.

The powerful contractions that occur quickly, happening every eight seconds, ultimately forcing the semen out of the penis at climax.

Curvature of the Penis: Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease refers to scar tissue development underneath the skin of the penis, with the cause of fibrous tissues not currently being known.

One common cause of this could be fracture to the penis (injury sustained during intercourse).

Doctors speculate that a trauma that could trigger bleeding inside the penis (even if it goes unnoticed) may contribute to this condition.

An uncommon disease, this affects men aged 40-60 years and older, ranging from a small bend that either goes upward or to the side to a more substantial bend in either direction that can cause a man to experience pain and be unable to have sex.

This is a disease that can appear overnight or develop slowly, over time.

Further, if the penis is flaccid, the problem isn’t noticeable, and in extreme cases, the hardened plaque can restrict flexibility, creating pain and forcing the penis to arc or bend when erect.

While the pain may lessen in time, the bend may continue to pose a problem, with milder cases resolving themselves.

While it is a condition that can be treated, doctors usually suggest waiting one to two years to see if the condition resolves itself before they attempt to correct it.

There are multiple treatments for this:

Ingestibles: pentoxifylline or potassium para-aminobenzoate (Potaba) are two options that may help.

Shots: verapamil or collagenase (Xiaflex) may be injected into the scar tissue of the penis.

Surgery: A last resort option, surgery is usually only considered for men that can’t have sex because of their Peyronie’s Disease.

There are two types of operations.

Removal of the plaque and a tissue graft in place; or, removal or alteration of tissue on side of penis next to the plaque, ultimately countering the disease’s bending effect.

As with any surgery there are major risks.

The first surgery could cause erection issues, and the second option could shorten the penis.

Some doctors may recommend a prosthesis implant, but is only suitable for men with Peyronie’s disease and ED.

Anatomy and the Phallus

The phallus has a rich history. Cultures have celebrated the penis for centuries, as it symbolized fertility, power, and a holy trinity for some cultures.

Indeed, the anatomy of the penis has been subject to both men and women’s fascination for many years, and is the undeniable origin of human life.

Still, the intrigue lives on, even in our current society.

From the general labelling of the parts of a penis to exactly how the penis works, there is a lot most people don’t realize when it comes to the anatomy of the penis.

As with anything, it is best to educate oneself on how something is constructed to understand how it really functions.

What is certain is that there are a lot of practices that are still considered taboo when it comes to the penis (circumcision) along with fascinating truths that only recent science has been able to reveal.

But with the rhetoric surrounding the male genitalia evolving, the concepts that have long been associated with the anatomy and foundation of existence will continuously and undoubtedly be redefined.

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Does Masturbation Cause Erectile Dysfunction?

For centuries, masturbation has been the subject of some crazy myths – if you do it too much, you’ll grow hair on your hands, stunt your growth, or even go completely blind.

Of course, none of these are actually true, no matter what you heard in grade school.

Even though the topic of masturbation is still a bit taboo in today’s society, we know now that it is a perfectly healthy and normal part of sexual development, not an evil voodoo curse.

But just because it doesn’t cause hair to sprout from your knuckles and toes doesn’t mean it’s without any health side effects at all.

One of the most common health problems associated with masturbation is erectile dysfunction.

The belief is that the more often you polish your rocket, the more likely you are to develop erectile dysfunction as you reach middle age.

The general thought is that if you keep pumping the well, you’re eventually going to run out of water someday.

It’s a bit of a scary myth, as no man wants to be inhibited by a problem as frustrating as ED, but is there any evidence to back it up?

Or is it just another schoolyard superstition?

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

To better understand how masturbation affects ED, you first have to understand ED itself.

What happens in the body that makes it harder for men to have sex as they grow older, and where does masturbation fit in, if at all?

As you probably know already, an erection is made possible by blood flow – blood goes in, the penis gets bigger, viola.

The penis is mainly made up of spongy tissue, veins and arteries, smooth muscle, nerves, and the urethra.

When you pick up a raunchy magazine or encounter some other form of sexual stimulation, your brain sends signals to your penis via the nervous system telling the smooth muscle cells to relax.

And if all goes according to plan, the aptly named spongy tissue will draw blood into the penis like a sponge, causing it to swell and giving you an erection.

One bad apple spoils the whole bunch, and if just one part of this process isn’t working right, then it could throw off the whole thing.

If your blood pressure is too low or something’s obstructing the spongy tissue, such as internal scarring from an injury, it can weaken your erection or make it difficult to get one at all.

If the nerves in the penis aren’t working right, then it may lose some of its sensitivity to touch and make arousal difficult.

And if the brain is not properly responding to sexual stimuli, it doesn’t even send the signals to the penis to start the process at all.

How Common is ED?

Most of us know about ED from the commercials for products like Viagra and Cialis that show happy older couples walking on the beach or having a romantic picnic while a voiceover warns the audience about erections lasting for more than four hours.

There’s a reason those commercials are always on – erectile dysfunction is an extremely common problem, and so there’s a huge market for those medications.

While the exact numbers are unclear because many men don’t seek treatment out of embarrassment, it’s estimated that over 30 million men in the United States struggle with erectile dysfunction.

It’s most common in men older than 70, but men as young as 40 are still at risk.

The severity of ED varies from man to man.

Partial erectile dysfunction is the most common – your penis gets stage fright from time to time, but still remembers how to perform.

In cases of complete ED, the penis has quit its acting job altogether without so much as a two week’s notice and won’t get firm at all, no matter what. 

Like most common disorders, dysfunctions and diseases, people are always looking for something that’s easy to blame, whether there’s evidence to back it up or not.

For example, you may have heard that using deodorant or eating certain types of food can cause cancer – but because they’re things that everyone uses, it’s hard to make a direct correlation.

But the truth is that these conditions are the result of many different factors, not just one.

The same goes for masturbation and ED – over 90% of men over thirty say that they’ve masturbated at some point in their life, so the odds of someone with ED having a history of masturbation is extremely common.

But like cancer and deodorant, it’s not a strong direct case of cause and effect.

A Brief History of Masturbation

We’ve come a long way when it comes to talking about masturbation.

While American and European cultures have long struggled with the subject, others have been more accepting, even embracing it.

Evidence of humans stimulating their own genitals goes back as far as recorded history goes.

Ancient Egyptians and Greeks viewed the activity in a positive light, even incorporating it into their respective religions.

We start to see masturbation being scorned as a heinous sin in Christian European cultures in the 18th century, when even doctors published material warning of the evils of touching oneself for pleasure.

Ever had a bowl of Kellogg’s cereal?

Did you know that the brand that makes your favorite Froot Loops has a rather bizarre history?

 John Kellogg was one of the most outspoken leaders in the great fight against “the sin of masturbation”, truly believing that it corrupted the youth and poisoned their souls.

He believed that one cure for the “disease” of masturbation was a strictly bland diet – so in 1878, he invented Corn Flakes.

The more you know.

The Facts about Masturbation

With time, we’ve managed to (mostly) overcome the fire and brimstone rhetoric of masturbation to uncover the facts.

As pointed out earlier, regular masturbation isn’t without side effects – but for the most part, they are positive side effects.

Masturbation is the safest type of sexual stimulation there is because there’s absolutely no risk of pregnancy of STDs.

It’s a safe way for young people to explore their sexuality and learn what they like so that when they do eventually become sexually active, they’ll have a better understanding of their body.

Research has shown that masturbating can help relieve stress and stress-related headaches, help you sleep better, relieve muscle pain, and is a safe sexual outlet.

Masturbating regularly can even significantly reduce your risk of prostate cancer

– in a study of over 2,000 men, researchers found that those who ejaculated more than four times a week were 36% less likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer before turning 70 than men who did so less frequently or not at all. 

Finally, something pleasurable that’s actually good for you!

Well, mostly good for you. A dark side to masturbation does exist – and yes, it has to do with erectile dysfunction, but it may not be exactly what you think.

The Link Between Masturbation and ED

There’s good news and bad news regarding masturbation and erectile dysfunction.

The good news is that masturbation, on a physiological level, cannot cause permanent impotence.

Fundamentally, ED is caused by a lack of blood flow to the penis, or damage to the nervous system, and not even daily masturbation can do that.

You’d have to jerk it so hard that you actually injure your penis in the process, and that’s unlikely to happen and easy to prevent with a small dose of caution.

The bad news is that on a psychological level, masturbating too much can make it difficult to get an erection and have an orgasm during sex for a period of time.

Your body hasn’t changed, but you’ve become so used to a certain sensation or so used to a particular type of porn that anything else just doesn’t do it for you.

You’ve gotten so deep into a habit and a rhythm that when it comes time to have sex with a living, breathing human being and not a laptop screen and a box of tissues, you come up short – literally.

There’s nothing wrong with your blood flow or any part of your penile anatomy, but your brain has come to expect one thing and doesn’t react to anything else but that.

Another piece of evidence to support over-masturbation as more of a psychological problem and less of a penis problem is that it affects women too.

While statistically much less likely, women can become addicted to porn and masturbation in the same way that men can, and suffer the same adverse effects and problems orgasming during sex with a partner.

Simply put, it’s not a problem that requires a penis – it’s a problem that requires a brain.

Is ED Caused by Masturbation Common?

In most cases, masturbating is a perfectly healthy indulgence, and rarely turns into an obsessive activity that causes erectile dysfunction.

However, in the age of the Internet, we’ve seen a dramatic rise in the amount of pornographic material and people’s ability to access it discretely.

Because of this, porn addiction has become a huge problem for many young men. As you may have guessed, comparing a porn addiction to a masturbation addiction is like comparing apples to apples.

It’s estimated that over 200,000 Americans spend 11 hours or more looking at porn online per week – searching for the right erotica can be a time-consuming quest.

But is this rise in porn availability necessarily mean a rise in erectile dysfunction rates?

Currently, online porn addiction seems to be more a problem with younger men than older men, who are at higher risk of developing erectile dysfunction.

The older men get, the less likely they are to masturbate, and some quit altogether. 

When asked in a survey if they had masturbated at all in the past year, nearly 70% of men over 70 said no.

To be clear, masturbating frequently in your youth does not put you at risk for ED when you’re older – you do not possess a latent disposition for ED just because you jacked off every day as a teenager.

Because of this gap in age between men who masturbate and men who are likely to develop ED, erectile dysfunction caused by masturbation isn’t all too common, but it can still happen.

Other Side Effects of Masturbating Too Often

A lot of heavily religious groups paint masturbation as an evil, life destroying addiction – just masturbating once will send you to the flaming depths of hell, or at the very least make you impotent for life.

While the purpose of this article is to inform, not scare, and it’s important to remember that masturbation has more positive effects than negative, the fear-mongers do make one valid point.

While uncommon, masturbation does have the potential to become a harmful addiction in addition to causing erectile dysfunction.

Addiction isn’t limited to drugs and alcohol.

Anything that you develop an unhealthy dependency on can be an addiction, and masturbation crosses the line from a positive stress relief activity to vice when it starts to prevent you from doing other activities and hurting your relationships.

Masturbating daily isn’t an issue on its own, but if you can’t possibly bear to go a day without watching porn or masturbating, you might have a problem.

If you feel ashamed of yourself for doing it, you’re choosing it over work, school, or time with family and friends, and you devote hours a day to it, you may need to seek help from a professional.

Curing ED Caused by Masturbation

Luckily, also unlike most causes of erectile dysfunction, masturbation related ED has a pretty simple solution – masturbate less.

It sounds easy, but habits can be hard to break. And depending on the situation, it may have even spilled over into a serious addiction.

Because of this, erectile dysfunction caused by masturbation is a problem better suited for a therapist rather than any other doctor. 

When your phone goes berserk and stops working the way it’s supposed to, you turn it off and turn it back on again.

In this way, a penis is a lot like a smartphone – you’ve got to “turn it off” for a while to fix your porn-induced erectile dysfunction. 

Some experts recommend quitting masturbating cold turkey for as long as a month to reset the body’s preferences, but depending on your situation you may require a shorter or longer period of rest.

In time, your body will rewire itself and unlearn the stimulation you’ve gotten too used to, allowing you to enjoy sex again.

The best thing that you can do for masturbation induced erectile dysfunction is see a therapist.

Usually, there’s an underlying psychological problem that’s causing you to use masturbation as an escape more often than you should, like anxiety or depression.

A therapist can help you get to the root of the problem and find a solution that works for you.

What Is Most Likely to Cause ED?

Anything that causes damages to the nerves or impairs blood flow in the penis can cause ED.

These include things within our control, like tobacco and alcohol use, and things outside of our control, like diabetes and other diseases.

Especially when you consider that masturbation rates are relatively low in older men, you’re much more likely to develop ED as a result of one of these risk factors instead of from excessive masturbation.

Excess weight:

 The ideal BMI for a 40-year-old man is between 18 and 25, depending on your height.

 Men with a BMI over 35 were found to be more than twice as likely to develop erectile dysfunction.

Excess fat inhibits the function of blood vessels that line the inside of the penis, and when less blood is able to flow to the penis, the less likely you are to be able to get it up. 

Alcohol & tobacco use:

 Tobacco use also affects the flow of blood into the penis by damaging blood vessels, while alcohol is an antidepressant that damages the body’s nervous system.

So while getting drunk may increase your sex drive, it actually inhibits your performance and can lead to permanent problems down the road.


It’s estimated that 60% of men with diabetes also struggle with erectile dysfunction.

Once again, when there’s a vascular problem, such as high blood sugar in the case of diabetes, there’s also usually a penis problem – so much of your penis health rides on healthy blood flow.

As the number of Americans with diabetes continues to climb, so does the number of Americans with erectile dysfunction.

Heart disease: 

Blood clots, a heart attack, or plaque build-up in a man’s arteries can inhibit overall blood flow and cause erectile dysfunction.

In older men, the inability to get and keep a firm erection may be an early warning sign of heart disease.

While this isn’t always the case, it’s still a good idea to see your doctor if you experience erectile dysfunction. 

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, and in turn is the most common cause of ED.

Mood disorders:

 Because we know that ED has a psychological side, it should come as no surprise that mood disorders like anxiety and depression can cause men to underperform in the bedroom.

Depression and ED is a two-way street – the disorder can either result from depression or end up causing it.

 Studies show that around 40% of men who were taking antidepressants also had symptoms of erectile dysfunction.

Unlike diabetes or heart disease, mood disorders affect the brain’s ability to kick-start an erection by causing a chemical imbalance.

How to Prevent ED

To best way to prevent erectile dysfunction is to prevent the underlying conditions that cause ED, like diabetes and heart disease.

For erectile dysfunction that’s the result of frequent masturbation, a good preventative measure would be to cut back on it and step away from porn from time to time as detailed above.

But aside from that, all of the underlying causes of ED illicit the same preventative advice from doctors – eat healthier and exercise more often.

Urologists hope that if their patients’ cardiologists weren’t able to convince them to change their lifestyle to save their heart, they can convince them to change their lifestyle to save their penis.

It’s both a sad and funny reality that men are often more motivated to take steps to improve their health more to improve their sex life and less to prolong their life, but if it works it works, and doctors certainly aren’t complaining so long as patients are making the effort.

We’ve become a bit complacent when it comes to erectile dysfunction in America.

We’ve come to assume that losing function of your penis is just a natural part of growing older, but the truth is that it doesn’t have to be.

It is preventable, and men of all ages should be able to enjoy sex fully.

We’re all tired of hearing “diet and exercise” over and over again, but those really are the building blocks of a healthy body that lasts us well into our twilight years.

Points to Keep in Mind

So while yes, masturbation can cause erectile dysfunction, this type of ED isn’t permanent and can be reversed by a change in habit.

With the increased availability of pornographic material on the Internet, cases of masturbation related ED are on the rise, but they’re still rarer than cases caused by vascular diseases.

And bear in mind that the health benefits of masturbation far outweigh the health risks.

But just because ED caused by masturbation is becoming more common doesn’t mean you shouldn’t consider other possibilities.

This might sound preachy, but erectile dysfunction is often the result of an underlying medical problem and is usually a good sign that you need to check in with your doctor.

And if you suspect that masturbating too often is what’s causing problems in the bedroom and are unable to stop or cut back, consider checking in with a mental health professional.

It may seem like an embarrassing problem, and it can be hard to admit for a lot of people, but erectile dysfunction common and treatable.

There’s no shame in asking for help, and if you aren’t struggling with ED caused by masturbation, now you’re armed with the information you need to prevent it from happening to you.

Even in old age, every man should be able to enjoy sex with their partner.

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When Does Your Penis Stop Growing?

When does your penis stop growing?

When does it start growing?

These are the questions that many adolescent males start asking as they notice their bodies going through many developmental changes.

As one’s body grows, one of the primary concerns about physical maturation tends to be penis size.

It’s a personal concern that often comes with feelings of uncertainty, or even insecurity, especially in a society that places so much importance on size.

Penile size concerns don’t necessarily diminish with age.

Adult males might also find themselves wondering when the penis stops growing, hoping that like the nose or ears, it might continue to lengthen with age.

Unfortunately, the penis does not get bigger once you’re over the hill. In fact, there’s even the chance that as one ages, the penis can shrink.

If adult males aren’t asking about when their penises stop growing, it’s because they’ve had a decade or a few to get used to the fact that their penises finished growing long ago, at least in the way that nature intended.

(More on post-adolescence penis growth through enlargement at the end of the article.)

But knowing about the different stages of penile growth and development is important, regardless of age, since the more one knows and gets acquainted with the workings of the penis, the happier that special relationship can be.

When the Penis Stops Growing

So, when does your penis stop growing?

In the natural order of genital development, the human male penis stops growing when puberty ends.

The average male goes through puberty during the ages of 13 and 18, although the penis may not be done growing fully until age 21.

Of course, since males go through puberty at different stages in their lives, the exact age when the penis stops growing differs for each male.

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Prenatal and Postnatal Penile Growth

When the penis starts to grow is while the male is still a fetus. According to a study published in the Journal of Pediatrics, penile growth in the prenatal stages begins in 14 weeks gestation.

Once the growth begins, it continues linearly.

At the time of full-term, the stretched penile length of the infant is typically around 3.5 cm with a diameter of 1.1 cm.

Postnatal penile growth depends largely on the levels of testosterone, which affect penile size and growth during the postnatal stage.

The postnatal stage encompasses any time after birth up to three years of age.

In a study published in the European Journal of Endocrinology, researchers found that in postnatal development, there was a significant correlation between the levels of endogenous testosterone and penile size and growth rate.

According to the researchers, there was a significant association between penile growth and the amount of serum testosterone levels at three months of age.

The first three months of age was also when the highest growth rates were found to occur.

Penile Development and Puberty

The age at which the penis starts to grow towards its eventual adult size is during puberty, but the process is gradual and more complicated than a simple on-off switch.

The first stages of pubertal genital development manifest with the testicles. 

Young males, anywhere between as early as 8 to 14 years, will notice the first signs of puberty in the enlargement of the testicles.

Other signs include reddening and changes in the texture of the scrotum.

During this time, there may be signs of sparse pubic hair growth.

Approximately one year after the testicular enlargement begins, the penis begins to grow in length. The scrotum will also continue to grow.

Pubic hair becomes coarser, darker, and slightly curled.

In the next stage of penile development, the penis continues to grow in length and additionally in girth. The glans, or the head of the penis, also develops during this phase.

The scrotum continues to enlarge and darken.

The texture and appearance of the pubic hair will resemble that of an adult’s, but the hair will not have spread to the thighs at this point.

By the time the male is an adult, the penis and scrotum are done growing.

Typically, an adult male will have his fully formed penis size by the time he is 21 years old.

Pubic hair will have spread to the medial surface of the thighs at this stage.

An adult male cannot expect to see any further penis growth, and as he ages, he will discover that there are other penile issues that arise in later years, such as erectile dysfunction, penile shortening, and other issues with confidence and sexual appetite.

Methods to enlarge the penis post-puberty have been shown to be largely ineffective, with the exception of the stem cell penile enlargement method.

Timeline of Penis Growth

A timeline of penile development shows the growth process at different stages of the male’s lifetime.

Prenatal penile growth: signs of penile growth begin to show at 14-weeks gestation; growth continues linearly until full term

Postnatal penile growth: Between birth and 3 months of age, levels of serum testosterone play a significant role in the rate and size of penile growth

Infancy to preadolescence: penis is childhood size and proportion; no pubic hair, but only fine body hair

Beginning of puberty: 8-14 years old; most commonly, males begin puberty around age 12

1st sign of pubertal development: testicular enlargement, reddening of scrotum, changes to genital texture

13-14 years old: first signs of pubic hair

1 year after beginning of puberty: lengthening of the penis

Further penile growth: continued lengthening of the penis; thickening of penis diameter/ girth

Development of the glans (penis head)

14 years old: nocturnal emissions, more familiarly known as “wet dreams”

15 years old: other signs of puberty include hair growth under arms, on the face; deepening of the voice; possible acne

Ages 16-21: end of puberty, penile growth is complete.

Many males will have reached their adult penile size by the time they are 16, but it is possible for development to continue as late as 18 or even 21.

Pubertal and Penile Development Across Races and Ethnicities

Since penile development and growth occurs most significantly during adolescence, there is a possibility that penile growth happens at different ages for males of different racial groups.

According to a study published in the journal of Pediatrics (2009), sexual maturation does indeed begin and peak at different ages for males of varying racial groups in the United States.

The racial compositions of the tested group were non-Hispanic black males, non-Hispanic white males, and Mexican American males.

The average ages for the onset of pubic hair development across racial groups were 11.2 years for non-Hispanic black males, 12.0 years for non-Hispanic white males, and 12.3 years for Mexican American males.

The average ages for the beginnings of genital development were 9.2 years for non-Hispanic black males, 10.0 years for non-Hispanic white males, and 10.3 years for Mexican American males.

Full genital development, including penile length and growth enlargement and the development of the glans, was distributed in slightly different order across racial groups: 15 years for non-Hispanic black males, 15.7 for Mexican American males, and 16.0 years for non-Hispanic white males.

On average, penile development had reached full maturation for males across all racial groups by the age of 16.5 years.

Pubertal Development of Rural Versus Urban Adolescents

The penile and pubertal development of males across racial groups has tended to focus on reports of males in urban areas.

To examine if environmental factors affected the stages of sexual maturation between racial groups, one study looked at the data for rural youth and compared these numbers to the findings of other groups that had focused on urban youth.

The researchers found that while the onset of puberty and genital development in rural youth was consistent with the date for urban youth—with the onset being earliest for black males, followed by white and Latino males—in the later stages of puberty, the order reversed and white males showed more advanced sexual maturation, followed by black and latino males.

Between the ages of 11-13, black males demonstrated more advanced pubertal development, but between the ages of 13-16, white males exhibited signs of more advanced pubertal development.

Are sexual maturation and penile enlargement occurring earlier?

There are several studies that have looked at whether pubertal development, which includes penile growth, is occurring at an earlier age for the youth of today.

As of yet, the area requires further investigation, which can be evidenced by the conflicting findings of various studies.

Some studies claim that pubertal development is not occurring earlier, while others claim that it is indeed occurring at an earlier age.

Researchers at Wright State University, Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Minnesota looked at data from 1966 and 1994 and compared the ages for the onset and sexual maturation of adolescent males across three racial groups: black, white, and latino.

The researchers concluded that there was no significant evidence suggesting males of any racial group were reaching the age of onset or sexual maturation any earlier than males from thirty years ago.

On the other hand, other studies, such as the one conducted by Dr. Herman-Giddens of the University of North Carolina School of Public Health, suggests that data trends show that pubertal development is, in fact, occurring at a younger age.

How much can your penis grow in a short period of time?

The rate and amount that a penis can grow in a given period of time is specific to each individual. Penile growth depends on androgenic steroids, particularly testosterone.

As the male begins to go through the stages of puberty, the body secretes androgens in addition to thyroid and growth hormones.

The amount that the penis grows during these growth spurts varies with each male.

After puberty, the male penis does not naturally grow at any other time.

As of yet, the only reliable method of penile enlargement is the stem cell enlargement method.

Other methods—pills, supplements, extenders, pumps, and weights—have been proven repeatedly to have little to no effect on penile enlargement.

It is only by tapping into the body’s natural DNA structures and using stem cells to replicate penile growth that the adult male can enlarge his penis.

Is my penis normal?

Since the ages for the onset and peak of penile development and the rate of penile growth vary across racial groups and between individuals, it is difficult to say what is considered normal for these different stages of penile development.

Young males going through adolescence will not know if they have normal-sized penises until they have finished with puberty.

For the average adult male, penile sizes are 9.16 cm (3.61 inches) flaccid length, 13.24 cm (5.21 inches) stretched length, 13.12 cm (5.17 inches) erect length, and 11.66 cm (4.59 inches) erect girth.

Researchers at King’s College London compared the data of 15,521 men and their penis sizes to come up with an average size for the adult male.

The study spanned data from several countries, and the age of the participants range anywhere from 16 to 90 years.

Some 90% of men have erect penis sizes that fall in the average range of 4 and 6.3 inches.

Tracking Penis Growth

Pubertal and penile development can be tracked according to the standardized Tanner Stages.

Young males going through puberty may notice visible signs of genital development, even before the actual penis begins to grow.

The onset of puberty is initially notable with the enlargement of the testicles, which will also begin to deepen in color and appear redder.

During puberty, penis growth can often be tracked by the naked eye.

It is also possible to track penile growth through measurements.

For adult males, tracking penis growth is only purposeful if one has begun a penile enlargement program.

It should be noted that most methods of penis enlargement—pills, pumps, extenders, weights, supplements, creams—do NOT work.

Many of these methods that claim the answer to penile enlargement are scams.

If you’ve decided to boost your confidence and take your penis size into own hands with the only method that has been proven to work

—our stem cell penile enlargement process—then tracking penis growth is an excellent way to measure the effectiveness of the program and gradually increase your confidence.

How to Measure and Track Penis Growth

The penis can be measured in varying stages: flaccid, stretched, and erect. Flaccid length is the length of the penis at room temperature.

The stretched length is the length of the penis when it is stretched out, holding the tip between the thumb and forefinger and measuring the length from the base to the tip.

The erect length is the length of the penis when it is fully erect.

Researchers use the flaccid, stretched and erect lengths for diverse reasons.

However, the flaccid and stretched lengths are not as useful when assessing one’s own penis size.

Flaccid penis lengths are only minimally useful considering nearly 79 percent of men have what are called “growers,” or penises that extend when becoming erect.

Stretched penis lengths can be somewhat more effective, but they can also exaggerate the size of the penis.

The data collected on the average size of the male penis found that the stretched length was often reported to be longer than the erect length.

This discrepancy can be explained by the fact that when the penis becomes erect through increased blood circulation, the penis not only extends in length but also in girth.

The stretched length does not account for the amount that the penis grows in girth when becoming erect.

The length of the erect penis is the key number when measuring the penis.

To measure the erect penis, you will need a tape measure and your erect penis:

Position the tape measure at the base of your penis shaft. Put the tape measure on top of the penis, that is, the side of the penis that you see when you look down.

Roll the tape measure out to the tip of the penis.

The number you see displayed will tell you your erect length.

Next position the tape measure at the base of your penis, but this time, wrap it around the shaft.

This measurement will give you the erect penis girth.

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Using our stem cell product, derived from plant-based sources, you can see your penis grow and feel your confidence increase!

Even if you are at an age when your penis has stopped growing, it is not too late.

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How to Measure Your Penis (the Right Way)

Do you know how big your penis is? If it’s grown or shrunk in the past year?

If it’s larger or smaller than average?

Men have a habit or either wildly overestimating or severely underestimating the size and girth of their penis, and the only way to set the record straight is to take an accurate measurement.

While measuring your penis sounds like the most straightforward thing in the world, it’s actually very easy to do wrong.

An inaccurate measurement can leave a man with unwarranted pride and an inflated ego or unnecessary shame and needless embarrassment.

There’s a bit more to measuring a penis the right way than most men would think, and this guide aims to explain the process and help you avoid common pitfalls that many men fall into.

Before We Get To The Meat – There Is Lots Of Variation

Penises can come very small – there is a term called micropenis for penises smaller than 2.8 inches in erect length.

Due to the nature of the bell curve, very small and very large penises are exceedingly rare. However, penis size is obsessed over.

 Historically, men’s penises have been lauded. Today, celebrity big men are also lauded.

And smaller celebrity men are laughed at.

However, as a collective, we have an obsession with the world’s biggest penis.

There are two front-runners for that lofty title.

One is bigger, but with severe complications, and suggestions that the bulk of his size is just skin.

His name is Roberto Esquivel Cabrera.

The other man with a better claim – given that he is able to use his penis – is Jonah Falcon.

Between these two, you can decide for yourself who has the biggest penis in the world.

Penises are seen as fascinating and interesting.

They get far more attention than most other male body parts, except for the face. The search for a perfect penis is ongoing for some women.

Now, let’s look at average sizes…

Average Penis Measurements

To give you some perspective, the average penis is 5.2 inches long and 4.6 inches in circumference when erect.

Don’t panic if you fall a bit below this mark – since it’s smack in the middle 50% of men will!

Almost all men will fall within an inch of this average, so between 4 and 6 inches long erect, but there are a few outliers.

How small is too small?

A penis that’s less than 3 inches long erect is medically diagnosable as a micropenis, an unfortunate condition that affects less than 1% of the population – so even if you think your penis is small, it’s probably not that small.

If you truly have a micropenis, you’re most likely pretty sure of that fact already and don’t need to measure anything to know it.

While men are constantly told that a penis that’s too small will ruin their sex life, is there such thing as a penis that’s too big?

Of course – there’s definitely a point where a penis can become more painful than pleasurable.

And despite the seemingly endless supply of internet comments that start off “I have an 8 inch dick and…”, it may be reassuring to know that less than 3% of the global population has a penis longer than 8 inches.

It’s always good to mindful of the fact that most men lie or genuinely overestimate their penis size! 

But if you think that you’re the real deal and you’re measuring yourself because you think your penis might be able to set a world record, think again.

The largest penis, belonging to Jonah Falcon of New York, is 13.5 inches long erect and as thick as a wrist. Is your penis 13.6 inches long?

Didn’t think so, but as the great poet Robert Browning once said; “a man’s reach should always exceed his grasp”. Reach for the stars, kid.

Why Bother Measuring Your Penis in the First Place?

It’s unlikely that someone’s going to ask you for your exact measurements outside of a raunchy sexting conversation, so measuring your penis is more for yourself than anyone else.

Some may ask, does penis size even matter?

That’s for you to say.

Measuring is common though.

Maybe you want to see how you stack up to the average penis size.

Many men suffer from small penis anxiety, a very real psychological condition that causes them to worry excessively about the size of their penis, when in reality they fall into or even slightly above this average.

For these men, measuring their penis and actually seeing the numbers might provide some peace of mind and relieve their unnecessary anxieties.

these men, measuring their penis and actually seeing the numbers might provide some peace of mind and relieve their unnecessary anxieties.

Maybe you’ve started a new penis enlargement regimen and want to see if it’s actually working.

The only way to put that shiny new pump or penis exercise to the test is to keep track of how your penis changes (if it changes at all) as you incorporate it into your daily routine.

Maybe you think that your penis has begun to shrink, and you want to know if your suspicious are pure paranoia or if there’s a bit of truth behind your worries.

Men who are getting older, are gaining weight, or have a history of smoking tobacco might fall into this category.

Even if you’re just curious and want to find out your size just for the heck of it, it’s still good to know how to get the most accurate measurement possible.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Measure Your Penis Properly

If measuring a penis the right way was as simple as slapping a ruler against your dick and calling it a day, this guide would not exist.

Getting the correct numbers requires you to think a bit like a scientist. You have to follow the steps to the letter and do repeated trials for the best results.

Of course, it’s important that you don’t obsess over your measurements – checking for growth or shrinkage every single day will take a mental toll on you over time.

Don’t stress yourself out.

Even if you’re using a penis enlargement treatment and are eager to track your progress, limit yourself to once a week or once a month.

What You’ll Need

A ruler/measuring tape –

obviously, you’re going to need something to take precise measurements. While a wooden ruler is fine, a measuring tape is preferred because it can easily adapt to any curves you may have down there.

String –

you’re going to need a bit of string (a shoe string will work) to accurately measure the girth and diameter of your penis.

Pencil and paper 

To keep track of your results and compare to future measurements.


For accurate results, you’re going to need to measure more than once.

Once you’ve taken at least three at different times of the day, you’ll need to use a calculator to add up each result and divide by the number of results to get your average size.

Lube and some porn 

Optional but very helpful in accomplishing step one below!

Step 1: Get an Erection

The measurement of an erect penis is more accurate than that of a flaccid penis. Why? Because flaccid penises are more susceptible to fluctuation – the temperature of a room or the time of day can have an effect on the size of a flaccid penis.

An erect penis will yield more consistent and more accurate results.

Besides, who cares how big you are flaccid?

The only thing that really matters to your partner is your erect size, and it’s the only thing that matters when choosing a condom as well.

So relax, watch something if you need to, and get your penis to its fully erect size.

And of course, make sure you have all the privacy that you need.

Step 2: Measure the Length

To measure the length of your penis, begin by placing your ruler or tape measure at the top of your shaft, closer to your belly button than your scrotum – measuring from the scrotum can add up to an inch in length that really isn’t there, and the length from the top is the generally accepted length that condoms go by.

Press your measuring tape or ruler into the base of your penis just below your stomach and record the length from there to the very tip.

It’s important to press into the skin just above the base to expose anything that may be obscured by belly fat.

Take this measurement several times and write each one down.

If there’s any variation in your results, add them together and divide by the number of results to get the average length.

Step 3: Measure the Girth

For many women, penis girth is even more important than penis length, so it’s important to know how you stack up against the rest in this regard.

To measure your girth, simply wrap a string (even dental floss will do) around the thickest part of your penis (this is usually closer to the head, but it can vary from man to man).

Either use your finger to mark where the string meets or cut off the excess with scissors.

Then, use the ruler to measure the string. Again, do this several times and write each measurement down, taking the average when you’re done.

Another measure of penis girth is diameter, or width.

Girth is the measure of the area around your penis, or the circumference, so if you remember anything from high school geometry, the diameter or width of the penis can be found by dividing the girth by π, or 3.14.

Width isn’t really a necessary measurement to take, but it doesn’t hurt to know and most men like to know anyway.

Step 4: Rinse and Repeat

Just as a scientific hypothesis should be tested multiple times to ensure accurate results, you should measure your penis more than once so that you can feel confident that the result is correct.

It’s recommended that you measure both the width and length of your penis three times throughout the day – once in the morning, once in the afternoon, and once at night – and then average out the results using a calculator.

Again, this isn’t something that you need to be doing every single day.

Nothing is going to happen to your penis in just 24 hours, so if you’re taking a supplement or using some other enhancement method that promises overnight results, it’s probably too good to be true.

Tips for Improving Accuracy

Several factors can affect the accuracy of your measurements and throw off the results, such as time of day, temperature, and most recent ejaculation.

If you’re measuring after using a pump or other physical method of penis enlargement, know that your penis will be bigger immediately after using the product, but may revert back to its original size during the day.

This makes it all the more important to take measurements at different times of day and to take an average of those results.

Whether you measure yourself after a hot shower or on a chilly morning is going to have an impact on your numbers.

We’re all familiar with the shriveling effects of the cold, so try to measure yourself at a consistently comfortable temperature.

How to Stop and Prevent Shrinkage

If you’re measuring your penis every now and then and begin to notice a decrease in size, don’t panic! There is more than likely a logical, and more importantly reversible cause for your shrinking Johnson.

Take a deep breath and ask yourself these three questions to help pinpoint the source of your distress.

1. Have I started smoking/started smoking more than usual?

Everyone knows that smoking can cause lung cancer and rot your teeth out, but did you know it can also cause your penis to shrink in size?

The chemicals in tobacco damage your blood vessels, making it harder for blood to flow to different parts of the body, penis included.

When blood flow to the penis is restricted, not only is it more difficult to get and maintain an erection, but the erection you do get is smaller than usual because less blood is able to get to the tip.

Luckily, most of the damage caused by tobacco usage can be reversed by quitting, and the sooner in life you quit, the better chance you have of getting your healthy penis size back.

If none of the other hazards of smoking deter you, hopefully this one will.

2. Have I gained weight recently?

Putting on the pounds is one of the leading causes of penis shrinkage in men, which is a bit ironic because excess fat doesn’t actually shrink the penis at all.

Instead, excess fat in the abdominal area can hide the true length of one’s penis, making it look much shorter than it actually is – it’s estimated that every 30 pounds of excess fat obscures one inch of your penis.

As you start to lose the weight, you’ll begin to see your measurements go back up to normal.

If you’re just a bit overweight, make sure that you’re pressing your ruler into your abdomen to uncover what your gut might be hiding.

3. Is my age finally catching up to me?

Unfortunately, there’s no way to keep from getting old.

Once men reach middle age, their blood flow begins to weaken and their skin begins to lose its elasticity – their erections just aren’t what they used to be, like when they were in their late teens and twenties.

Penis shrinkage is a natural part of the aging process, but like most of the problems associated with getting old, it can be slowed by a healthy diet and an active lifestyle.

All of these causes of penis shrinkage can be stopped and even reversed by simple lifestyle changes, such as smoking less and eating better, or by a chat with your doctor about possible penis enlargement solutions such as cellular growth therapy.

More Reasons to Measure Your Penis

1. To Help You Choose the Right Condom

Perhaps the most practical reason that a man would measure his manhood would be to determine which size condom to buy.

It may be tempting to grab those XL condoms to impress the pretty cashier, but don’t be silly – wrap your willy with something that actually fits!

Just like women need to measure their breasts to choose the right bra size, men need to measure their penises in order to choose the correct condom size.

An ill-fitting condom will feel uncomfortable during sex.

Many men don’t realize that girth plays just as big of a role as length when it comes to choosing a condom.

There are condoms for long and thin penises and there are condoms for short and fat ones, and it’s nearly impossible to guess exactly where you land on that spectrum until you’ve taken all the right measurements. 

2. To Impress and Satisfy Your Partner

You might be measuring yourself because you’re worried that your size is having a negative effect on your sexual prowess.

You revealed yourself to a new woman in the bedroom for the first time and she smiled and said “aw”, a sound that haunts you to this day.

Do you really have a small penis, or did her last partner just happen to be so unusually well-endowed that your above average penis looked like a pinky finger by comparison?

A man has to know.

If you’re already in a relationship and you’re worried about your size, your bet is just to talk to your partner.

Every person’s preferences are different, and if they’re not satisfied, hopefully they’ll be honest with you and let you know.

And if they are satisfied, hopefully they’ll be able to offer you some reassurance.

Also, keep in mind women don’t like men who are obsessed with the size of their penis, so don’t be giving your partner daily updates on your penis size as you measure!

Don’t Forget

No matter what numbers you end up with, it’s important that you don’t let anxiety over the size of your penis control your life.

Size matters, but only to a certain degree, and you’re not doomed to a life of chastity because you fall a little bit below average.

And you’re definitely not alone – no man or woman is completely comfortable with their body all the time.

However, if you are truly unhappy with your measurements and want to make a change, there are healthy, non-invasive ways to grow your penis available.

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🉐 “Average Penis Size Revealed”

When it comes to penises, there is a lot of information to sort through.

There are legendary penises, presidential penises, the world’s biggest penis, “perfect” penises, micro-penises, so on and so forth.

Even Justin Bieber’s penis is famous.

And along with that, there are a lot of myths, rumors, and quite a bit of misinformation.

To help sort through some of that, this page offers some facts and figures about the average penis, which is the kind of penis that most readers are going to have, because let’s face it, most of us have a plain, ol’ average penis.

Perhaps you’re interested in whether penis size actually matters.

However, most people are aware that it is.

Average Penis Size

Right about now, you might be wondering: What is the size of the average penis?

Well, it turns out that in 2015, some researchers at King’s College London had the same question, so they proceeded to compile and survey studies from around the world.

Their survey covered the  data of 15,521 men and their penis sizes, all to help men find a more definitive answer to the question, “Am I normal?” 

After all their cross-comparisons, these are the measurements they came up with for the average penis:

Flaccid length: 9.16 cm / 3.61 in

Stretched length: 13.24 cm / 5.21 in

Erect length: 13.12 cm / 5.17 in

Flaccid girth: 9.31 cm / 3.67 in

Stretched girth: N/A

Erect girth: 11.66 cm / 4.59 in

If you’re reading these stats and realizing you’re not smaller than the average guy, then congratulations, and enjoy the feeling of relief while it lasts.

If you’re reading these numbers with disappointment because you’re finding out your Johnson is like every other John’s, it might make you feel better to know that an overwhelming majority of guys are just average.

It turns out that micro-penises and enormous penises are really rare.

Men in the 95th percentile—that is 5 men out of 100—who are batting above average have measurements of approximately 6.3 inches.

Men on the other end of that spectrum in the 5th percentile are usually around 4 inches.

That leaves 90% of men with penis sizes between 4 and 6.3 inches when erect.

Average Penis Sizes Around the World

The researchers at King’s College London who conducted the survey of 15,521 men stated that there was not enough equal distribution of data from each country surveyed to make any conclusive statements about average penis sizes across race, ethnicities, or nationalities.

For that information, we can turn instead to this map of average erect penis sizes worldwide.

The worldwide penis map reveals that the men with largest penises are of African descent, while the men with the smallest penises are of southeast and east Asian descent.

Top 5 Nations with Largest Penises: 6.3-7 inches






Top 5 Nations with Smallest Penises: 3.6-4.1 inches


Sri Lanka



South Korea

Predictors of Penis Size

So maybe now that you’ve found out just how average your penis is, you’re starting to wonder:

Can other people tell?

Can people look at the size of your feet, hands, or height and make assumptions about the size of your penis?

There’s the old saying, for instance, “He’s got big feet. You know what that means…” The myth regarding a correlation between foot size and penile length is probably just that, a myth.

While some studies, such as the one conducted by Siminoski and Bain (1993), suggest that there is a correlation between the two sizes, albeit a weak one, other studies, such as the one by Shah and Christopher (2002) contend that there is no significant correlation.

The same goes for the supposed correlation between the length of the index finger and penile length.

There are studies that claim there is a weak link and other studies that debunk it, such as the studies by Mehraban, Salehi and Zayeri (2006), and Choi et al.(2011) respectively.

Interestingly, there are findings that suggest a stronger correlation between height and penile length.

The study by Aslan et al. (2011) found a moderately significant correlation between height and both flaccid and stretched penile length, and studies by Ponchietti et al. 

(2001), Choi et al. (2011) respectively concluded there was a weak correlation between height and both flaccid and erect penile length.

However, a study by Awwad et al. (2004) found no correlation between height and penile length.

So what does it all mean? Is there a predictor for penis size? Well, to get to the short of it, no, probably not.

The somewhat conflicting findings suggest one can’t really say foot size, index finger length nor height are definitive predictors of penile length.

After all, one has to keep in mind that Jonah Falcon, who is second in line for the world’s biggest penis, is only 5’9 and wears a size 10 shoe, measurements that are fairly average for American men.

There aren’t reports on the height of the man who currently holds the title for the world’s biggest penis, Mexico’s Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, but judging from the pictures that show Cabrera with his 18.9-inch penis, he doesn’t appear to also be the world’s tallest man.

So next time you’re sizing up other guys and trying to figure how you stack up, remember, there aren’t any guarantees.

Is the average penis size growing?

Not too long ago, news broke that the average penis size was growing.

These claims were made in comparison to the data in the King’s College London report (2015), which contained data from surveys as far back as 1985.

The new study, which was conducted by the condom company SKYN, claimed that men aged 18-34, in fact, had an average penis size of 6.1 inches!

This got a lot of millennial men very excited.

But as multiple sources were quick to point out, there was one glaring flaw in the study that explained the supposed growth in average penis size: self-reporting.

Unlike the King’s College London study, which used data from scientists who accurately measured the participants’ penis sizes, the data that SKYN collected was all self-reported.

And what young buck doesn’t want to exaggerate a bit for the sake of self-esteem?

Looking at the data of over forty studies from 1899-2014, it appears that even during the entire twentieth century, the average penis size has not changed.

So apparently, your great-granddaddy wasn’t packing much more heat than you are today.

When does the penis stop growing?

The average penis doesn’t appear to have grown much over the last hundred years, but what about in a man’s own lifetime?

When does the penis start growing and does it ever stop?

Well, clearly the penis does grow over a male’s lifetime since the average penis you’re sporting today is obviously (hopefully) larger than the one you were born with as a wee babe.

The penis grows the most during puberty, which for the average male starts anywhere between 10 and 14.

Then the penis keeps growing for some happy, exciting years, while the pubescent male is distracted by a whole new world of awakening from wet dreams and discovering the awkwardness of unexpected hard-ons during third-period science class.

At some point during adolescence though, those golden years end, and the penis stops growing.

For most males, this is around 16 although some late-growers might be so lucky as to keep going and growing strong until 18.

So if you are still a pubescent male and reading this article, and you find yourself unhappy with your small-to-average penis size, rest assured, that little fella might keep growing for a few years yet.

For the rest of us, sorry, no such luck.

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Can the penis shrink over time?

So we know that the penis eventually stops growing, but does the reverse happen?

Does the penis shrink after a certain age?

The horrifying answer to that question: yes, the penis shrinks after a certain age.

This is not a fact just for the average penis.

This is a terrible, biological certainty for all penises, big, small, and everything in between.

The decline of the penis goes hand-in-hand with the aging process.

The average penis can go strong and heavy into those virile years leading up to the man’s prime, which for most men is around age 30.

Then, as the man approaches middle age and older, not only does the man lose his sexual drive, he also can lose a half to a whole inch in penis size.

That loss pertains to both penile length and girth.

A man who is packing a proud 6 inches when he’s 30 might be left with 5 to 5.5 inches when he is 60 or 70.

And even though 5 inches still puts him in the rankings with other, younger members with an average penis size, for those of us who already have average penises, that loss in length and girth is devastating.

Other ways that the penis is affected by age include the appearance of the penis and the fullness of pubic hair.

As the male gets older, the glans—the head of the penis—loses that rich, purplish color, which is the result of blood and virility pumping through the head.

With age, blood flow slows down and leads to a more washed-out looking penis.

Age also induces hair loss, not just on your head (the head that holds your brain, not your penis head), but also in the pubic department.

In addition to age, another factor that contributes to loss of penis size is weight gain, which is a fairly common occurrence for the average aging male.

Weight gain in men leads to increased fat in the abdominal region.

In this sea of abdominal fat, the average penis sinks in like a sailor flailing in the ocean.

The good news is that abdominal fat and the resultant penis shrinkage is preventable, and that is why we push exercise as part of our stem-cell penis enlargement program.

Exercise and a healthier body contribute to exposing more of your penis and increasing your sexual stamina and appetite.

It’s a win-win situation.

Does masturbation affect penis size?

Before you go into a full-blown panic, let us assure you that no, masturbation does not affect penis size.

It’s important to note that the penis is not a muscle.

That’s fortunate, or maybe unfortunate if you were hoping that jerking off would eventually stretch him out.

But it turns out, with aging, masturbation can affect the shape of the penis.

Additionally, masturbation is proven to have different effects on health compared to sex.

When it comes to shape, aging and regular wear-and-tear can alter the shape of the penisover time.

Sexual activity, including masturbation, leads to the accumulation of scar tissue, and that scar tissue doesn’t necessarily form symmetrically or evenly along the penis.

If during masturbation, you tend to pull to one side or the other, that can affect the areas in which scar tissue builds up.

So what was once a straight-ahead arrow might eventually become an arrow pointing downhill, or an arrow curving right or left. It adds a whole new level to the question, “are you a righty or a lefty?”

Masturbation also has different effects on penis health than sex.

The reason for this is still unclear for researchers, but studies have shown that the semen that gets pumped out from masturbating is different from the semen that spews forth from sex.

Furthermore, sex has been proven to have numerous psychological, emotional and physical health benefits, but for some reason, masturbation does not carry the same benefits.

In the end, what it all boils down to is that average penis or not, masturbation isn’t enough. Sex is necessary for health and pleasure reasons.

And if the size of your average penis is preventing you from having sex, then it might be time to do something about it.

If You Don’t Use It, You Lose It

It turns out there is something to that hilarious scene in The 40-Year-Old Virgin, when Andy asks the sex education counselor whether you lose it if you don’t use it.

Using it, in this sense, isn’t about having sex, but instead about getting erections.

If you don’t get regular erections, you will experience what is called “penis shortening.” Sounds like a veritable nightmare.

Although the penis is not a muscle, it does require what is essentially a form of exercise, that is, getting hard.

In the average penis, the two cylindrical columns of tissue (the corpus cavernosum) in the penis fill with blood and swell, allowing the penis to rise to its full, erected glory.

The rush of blood caused by the erection helps to enrich the penis tissue with oxygen and keeps the blood circulating smoothly.

A lack of erections, on the other hand, causes penis shortening because the lack of blood flow and oxygen causes the arteries to close up.

The effect is akin to not getting regular exercise. Exercise keeps a healthy circulation of blood going throughout the muscles, whereas a lack of exercise causes arteries in the muscle to close up.

The penis needs to stretch out too every once in a while.

What does it really mean to be “average”?

Given all this information about the average penis, it’s worthwhile to ask: What does it mean to have an average penis?

If you want to approach it mathematically, then the average is the central value of a given set of numbers.

You take all the measurements, from the micro-penis end, the enviable numbers from the big boy’s league, and all the data of the penises in between—which as we found out earlier is some 90 percent of men—then do some adding, dividing, and there you have it: 5.17 inches erect length, 4.59 inches girth.

That is the average penis, objectively speaking.

Considered from a social standpoint though, the average penis doesn’t sound so appealing. After all, do you ever hear anyone gush about how “average” something was?

No. More often than not, saying something is average is saying it was not that special, not that interesting, not terrible but also not really worth the time.

A Yelp review saying some restaurant’s cuisine was average doesn’t exactly inspire people to rush over there for a taste of that totally average fare.

Unfortunately, the same can probably be said of penis sizes.

When a woman tells her friends that her partner’s penis was of average size, her friends probably aren’t getting hot and bothered for a go at that average penis.

But don’t feel too bad if you have an average penis since 90 percent of us do.

It might make you feel better to know that when it comes to primates, human males actually stack up quite well.

We have the largest penises compared to those 192 other not-so-blessed primate cousins.

Both the gorilla and the orangutan have erect penile lengths of 1.5 inches or less. Yikes. Sorry fellas.

Of course, unless your lady has a Planet of the Apes fetish, this might not help to impress nor increase your appeal in terms of how you stack up against other men.

To really get some competitive numbers, your best bet is to try our stem-cell enlargement process.

Ideal Penis Sizes Historically

So you’re sitting there with your presumably average penis and wonder: What is the ideal penis size? Of course, every man has an ideal for his own penis.

But what about the ideal for other men? What about historically?

What if the average penis you happen to have was somebody else’s ideal size one hundred years ago?

You might think that every man would be proud to strut around with a massive cock, but historically, that hasn’t always been the case.

The Greeks, for example, regarded large penises as signs of lust and base passions. Small, uncircumcised penises signified the man to be ruled by civility and intellect.

In ancient India, there wasn’t necessarily an ideal penis, but there were notions that certain sized penises should be used to pleasure certain sized vaginas.

Penis sizes were associated with different sized animals: the hare, the bull, and the horse.

The corresponding vaginas for these penises were the doe, the mare, and the elephant.

The preferred penile sizes in Edo-era Japan can be gleaned from shunga, which was a genre of erotic art that prevailed from the 17th to mid-19th century.

In shunga, male penises are depicted in exaggerated form, often appearing massive, veiny, and uncircumcised.

In England, large cocks were apparently in fashion, and men drew attention to their allegedly well-endowed penises by sporting heavily padded codpieces.

This fashion accessory became especially prominent during the reign of Henry VIII.

Ideal Penis Sizes by Nation and by State

Nowadays, there is still variation in ideal penis sizes, between genders, between nations, and even between states.

When looking at the data according to gender, there is a sizable difference between what men and women perceive to be the actual average and ideal penis length.

For women, perceptions of the average penis come out to around 13.8 cm (5.43 inches), while their notions of the ideal penis size is 15.8 cm (6.22 inches).

What women believe to be the average penis size is pretty accurate (the average erect size being 13.12 cm), but their ideal sizes indicate that women still wish their partners had just an inch or two more to offer.

For men, the perceived average penis size is 14.1 cm (5.55 inches), and the idealized penis size is 16.6 cm (6.54 inches).

It seems that men are guilty of wishful thinking when it comes to their perception of what is average, but they also hold themselves to higher standards when it comes to ideal sizes.

A survey conducted by Dr. Ed, a British medical services website, compiled interesting data that gives us a better understanding of perceived and ideal penis sizes among various European and North American countries and, within the US, by state.

By country, the US came out in the middle for perceived average penis size, which survey participants estimated to be around 14.3 cm (5.62).

The UK came out at the bottom of ten surveyed countries with a perceived average penis size of 12.4 cm (4.88 in).

The top three countries who had the highest perceived average penis sizes were:

Poland—15.7 cm (6.18 in)

Austria—15.6 cm (6.14 in)

Italy—15.3 cm (6.02 in)

These same countries also had the highest numbers for ideal penis sizes although not in the same order:

Austria—17.6 cm (6.93 in)

Poland—17.3 cm (6.81 in)

Italy—17.2 cm (6.77 in)

The ideal penis size for members of the US was 17 cm (6.69 in), while in the UK the ideal was a modest 14.2 cm (5.59 in).

Broken down into perceived and ideal penis sizes by state in the United States, the top three states with the highest perceived penis sizes were:

Maine—16.5 cm (6.50 in)

Idaho—15.9 cm (6.26 in)

Hawaii—15.7 cm (6.18 in)

For whatever reason, those top three states were not necessarily also the top three states for ideal penis length, with the exception of Maine:

Maine—19.3 cm (7.60 in)

Kansas—18.6 cm (7.32 in)

Arkansas—18 cm (7.09 in)

It appears that penis size is genetic.

Position of “G-spot” in Woman’s Vagina: Can the Average Penis Reach it?

The discrepancy between the perceived average and ideal penis sizes is not altogether surprising. Who after all doesn’t want a couple or few more inches?

But what is the purpose of having a larger-than-average penis?

For many men, penis size is strongly correlated with confidence, not just in their appearance and masculinity, but also in their ability to pleasure a woman.

When it comes to pleasuring a woman and hitting that elusive G-spot, it turns out that the average penis is more than sufficient.

The average length of the vaginal canal is 9.6 centimeters, although it should be noted that the vagina can grow during arousal by as much as 1.5 to 2 inches.

The position of the G-spot, which is short for Gräfenberg spot, is located 5 to 8 cm (2 to 3 inches) in from the front on the anterior vaginal wall. So the average penis is capable of reaching the G-spot.

But if pleasuring a woman wasn’t complicated enough, the existence and truth of the G-spot as a pleasure zone has come under heavy fire in recent years.

There are apparently other “spots”—the A-spot, O-spot, and cervix—that can also lead to sexual pleasure in women.

The good news is that the O-spot, located on the opposite wall of the vagina across from the G-spot, is close enough to the front of the vaginal entrance for the average penis.

The bad news?

Both the A-spot and the cervix require a larger penis to reach them.

The A-spot is located right before the cervix, and the cervix can only be reached with deep penetration.

Best Positions for the Smaller to Average-Sized Penis

It’s no secret that some sex positions are better than others, depending on the penis size.

If you are one of many men endowed with an average penis, check out the tips below for the best sex positions for the small to average penis.

The Crouching Dragon—

Facing each other, have your partner wrap her arms and legs around you.

Squat down and hold her close while you grind against each other.

The Flatiron—

Have your partner lie down face-first, with her knees bent slightly and hips raised.

If it’s comfortable for her, have her place a pillow under her to stabilize her lifted position.

Position your legs on the outside of hers and enter from behind.

The position makes for a snug fit.

Missionary 2.0—

Have your partner lie in the missionary position, but put a pillow under her butt so that her hips are angled upwards.

This allows for much deeper penetration.

Doggy Style

The style has been popular for a long time, but what most men don’t realize is that the doggy style is one of the best ways to reach a woman’s cervix—one of the oft-neglected pleasure zones.

The Standing Dragon, or Coy Doggy Style

This is a play on the traditional doggy style, but for this position, have your partner close her legs while you straddle her with your legs on the outside.

This maximizes the deep penetration.

Penises in All Shapes

Not all penises are made equally.

Penises can be quite diverse, not just in size, but also in shape, flexibility and health.

Read on to find out if your penis shape is part of the norm or an outlier.


According to an international Men’s Health survey, 79 percent of men have growers, which are penises that extend when becoming erect.


These penises let it all hang out when it comes to size.

The same survey from Men’s Health found that 21 percent of men have showers.


A curved penis, one that bends either to the left or the right, is not all that uncommon.

However, if the penis has an extreme curve, then the member might be inflicted with what is called Peyronie’s disease, which affects 8 to 10 percent of US men around the age of 40.


This type of penis has the foreskin removed, a surgical procedure that has been shown to be less hospitable to bacteria on the penis.

Many US men—some 81 percent—are circumcised, although recent data from the Mayo Clinic suggests that the rate of circumcision in US infant males is declining.


Although circumcision is relatively common in the United States, worldwide, only 30 percent of males over the age of 15 are circumcised, according to data collected in a joint study by the World Health Organization and UNAIDS. That leaves 70 percent of males uncircumcised on a global scale.

Where do you fit? How to Measure Your Penis

All this talk of the average penis might make you curious to find out where you fall on the spectrum of penis sizes.

There is a proper way to measure the penis, which is the same method that urologists and other researchers use when getting the stats on penile lengths.

Measurements can be made for flaccid and erect penises, but considering 79 percent of men are growers, it seems the more important number, in the end, is the size of the erect penis.

What you’ll need:

A tape measure

Your erect penis

Measuring Erect Length and Girth:

Position the tape measure at the base of your shaft, where the penis meets the abdomen.

Roll the tape measure out to the tip of your penis.

Position the tape measure at the base of your shaft.

You don’t want to measure the tip of the penis, because some men have a tapered penis, which means a smaller head girth than a base girth.

Record the number that you see.

Make sure you pay attention to if the readings are in centimeters or inches.

Compare to the numbers for the average penis to see how you stack up.

Although there is a lot of information out there claiming that size doesn’t matter, there is just as much research showing that size does matter.

According to Costa, Miller, and Brody (2012), who published their findings in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, women who experience penile-vaginal orgasms prefer longer-than-average penises.

So maybe size doesn’t matter or maybe it does.

The answer to that question is up to you.

Tricks to Make the Average Penis Appear Bigger

For guys with small to average-sized penises, there are a couple tricks in the bag that can help make your member more appealing.

First impressions make for lasting impressions, so why not use some of these quick-and-dirty tricks to make the most of what you’ve got?


Don’t let your dirty dog hide in the bushes.

Trim up the pubic hair and expose more. The more you see, the bigger it looks. 

Manscaping can range from trimming to full-on shaving the pubic hair around the penis and balls.

How clean-cut you want it is up to you.

Lose Weight—

While this might not be the quickest method, losing weight helps to expose more of your penis.

Since the penis is firmly planted in the abdominal region, any weight gain in that area will surround the penis in folds of fat, thus concealing it from the world.

Weight loss not only exposes more of the penis, but it also leads to increased sexual stamina and sexual appetite.

Bulk Up the Bulge

This might be cheating, but if Henry VIII and his court could create eye-catching packages with their codpieces, then why can’t you go for some false advertising?

Sometimes bulking up the bulge isn’t even about stuffing your pants, but about wearing the right style of underwear to showcase all that you’ve got.

Of course, none of these tricks helps during sex, when the size of your penis probably matters the most.

Giving the illusion of a bigger penis doesn’t magically allow your penis to penetrate deep and bring about her sexual pleasure.

These tricks also don’t help to increase your confidence, especially if you know that the effect is nothing more than smoke and mirrors.

It’s like cheating at solitaire.

But if you are worried about first impressions, or you’re trying to step up your game in the arena of dick pics, these tricks might help.

If you are sending dick pics, just be careful, and make sure that the person(s) you are sending your penis pictures to aren’t going to be offended.

You don’t want to end up publicly humiliated like Brett Favre or Anthony Weiner.

Penis Enlargement the Real Way

In the end, the only real way to enlarge your penis is through our stem-cell penis enlargement process.

There are numerous penis enlargement pills, supplements, pumps, extenders, weights, and exercises out there, but all these claims have one thing in common: they are scams!

Our stem-cell penis enlargement process is the only way to truly gain those two or more inches you desire, so you can go from zero to hero in a matter of months!

The great thing is that this method is effective in men of ALL ages.

So even if you’re past those golden years of adolescence, when it seemed like your penis would never stop growing, it’s never too late to get the size you deserve.

Don’t resign yourself to an average penis for the rest of your life. Get to your ideal penis!

How It Works

Our stem-cell enlargement process is revolutionizing the penis enlargement industry, mainly because it actually works!

It’s blowing those other phony schemes out of the water by being shown to be the only effective and natural way to add two or more inches to your penis.

Stem cells are nature’s blank slate.

They can be programmed to do or to be anything you want. But don’t worry.

If the words are bringing up worrying images of babies, that’s not how we get our stem cells.

The stem-cells that we use in our penis-enlargement process are naturally derived from plants.

Using our nature-made stem-cells and the carefully structured program that has taken Tom Candow years of research and working with scientists in the sexual medicine industry to pin down and perfect, you can use our stem-cell enlargement program to make your penis grow from average to large.

In addition to the stem-cell product, we have also structured an easy-to-follow program that helps you maximize your growth potential.

As discussed above, excessive weight gain is one of the most detrimental things you can do to your body and to your perceivable penis size.

Abdominal fat surrounds the penis and can lead to a loss of one or two inches.

That’s a loss that is entirely preventable!

The good news is that it is never too late to gain back those inches and gain back your confidence and pride in the process.

Don’t wait around and resign yourself to being average.

Get the woman of your dreams or keep the lady you love in your life by showing her you are a cut above the average guy.

Get going and get bigger today!

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How to Get a Girl to Like You

For some, knowing how to sweet talk a girl comes naturally, but for others, it may be more difficult to know how to break the ice and where to go from there.

While many guys feel nervous talking to girls they are crushing on, getting out of your head can be the best thing that you can do to help your chances of her returning your fancy.

If you’ve had your eye on a girl for a while but don’t know what to do to get her to like you back, read on for our complete guide including everything you need to know from breaking the ice to flirting, asking her out, and more.

Getting Her to Notice You

Breaking the ice can feel terrifying in the moment, but once you’ve taken that first step, you’ll be happy you did.

Many guys struggle with shyness and anxiety, especially when they are around a girl they have a crush on.

If this sounds like you and you have a tendency to clam up anytime that special lady is around, getting out of your head and taking a deep breath can help you realize that, after all, she is just a girl and it shouldn’t be any harder to talk to her than it is talking to you guy friends.

If a girl doesn’t realize you even exist because you’ve been too shy to approach her, it will be impossible for her to start liking you back.

So if you really like her, go up and talk to her! Start off with some simple small talk and go from there.

Did you catch her reading a book? Ask her whether or not it’s good because you’ve been looking for something to read yourself or recommend to your sister.

Is she with a friend you know? Maybe this could be the perfect opportunity for him/her to introduce you.

Starting off with something simple like “Hi, I’m (your name) I think you are in my biology class and you seemed like someone I should meet”.

Bonding over any shared experience, from a class you’re taking together, to a job you both share, an apartment you both live at etc. can be a great way to get the ball rolling.

If you find that you are really seized with shyness anytime you are around her, try thinking about it like you are just going up to introduce yourself the way that you would an acquaintance.

This can alleviate a lot of the pressure and help the conversation flow naturally.

To Pick Up Line or to Not Pick Up Line?

There is some debate amongst men about the effectiveness of pick up lines when first hitting on girls. An interesting study analysed the effectiveness of over 100 pick up lines, categorizing them into three different groups: 

flippant/cute (pick up lines that are supposed to be funny/cheesy), innocuous gambits (pick up lines that are intended to hide the user’s intentions,

so for example by asking them what they think about a band or asking them what their favourite menu item is at a restaurant),

and direct gambits (simply coming right out and saying something like “I’m shy but I really wanted to introduce myself”).

The study revealed that different pick up lines work for different contexts.

For example, flippant/cute pick up lines seem to be most effective on women looking for short-term relationships, or those who are more open to the idea of hooking up, while women looking for long term commitments tended to prefer direct honesty and innocuous gambits. 

Psychology Today explains these findings by stating that women looking for long-term commitments are naturally skeptical of flippant/cute pick up lines because of the underlining sexual currents of many of these remarks.

In addition, scepticism could derive from a feeling that the pick up line user is being disingenuous and that they are used to using these kinds of tactics on women.

The findings of this study therefore suggest that if you are looking to get a girl to like you with the intention of starting a long term relationship, pick up lines that are more incognito or honest, like simply going up to her and admitting that you are shy but had to introduce yourself, or trying to strike up a conversation naturally, seem to be the most effective options.

If on the other hand, you are looking for something more short-term, possibly with the intention of hooking up, smoother pick up lines may be your most effective weapon.

This isn’t to say that flippant/cute pick up lines can never be used on girls you hope to date long term.

In fact, the same study found that many women view men who use flippant/cute pick up lines as funny, confident, and sociable—all very attractive qualities that women tend to look for in guys they like.

If you are the type of guy who thrives on corny pickup lines, mastering the art of using them smoothly and humorously can help you jumpstart a friendship into something more.

The most effective way to use cheesy pick up lines, perhaps, is not as an icebreaker, but rather something you work into the conversation after you’ve already started to build a relationship with the girl you like.

Don’t Fall Into the Friend Zone

If there is one place you want to avoid in your relationship with a girl, it is the friend zone.

Getting stuck in the friend zone is a trap that many guys unknowingly fall into—and once you find yourself there, it can be hard to dig yourself out.

Avoiding the friend zone from the start is key when trying to get a girl to like you.

If you find yourself constantly falling into the friend zone make sure you follow the important steps below to avoid it:

Make sure your intentions are clear: 

If a girl doesn’t realize that you’re interested in her as more than a friend, you may end up getting friend-zoned by default.

Making your intentions clear from as soon as possible by being flirty and charming can ensure that your relationship is on a romantic trajectory rather than simply a friendly one.

Don’t give her advice on other guys: 

This is one of those traps that guys fall into all the time. If you find that you are constantly consoling and comforting the girl you like when she is upset about other guys, you need to stop right there.

Girls have girl friends that they can complain to about guys, and if you end up being her shoulder to cry on time after time, she may start to see you as merely a friendly “good guy”.

While you should never be a jerk, you should always try to steer the conversation away from other dudes as you want to be the only guy she has her focus on while you are together.

Don’t miss your opportunity to make a move:

 If you continue to miss opportunities to make a move, the girl you like may think you’re simply not interested or she may get tired of waiting and move on.

To make sure you capture her attention and continue to take your friendship to the next level, look out for signs that she’s interested and act on them.

Don’t let yourself get paralyzed by nervousness and fail to reach out and grab her hand when it’s lingering on the table, or fail to kiss her when she’s leaning in and looking into your eyes.

By following these steps you can avoid the friend zone so that you can possibly be seen as boyfriend material.

What to Do When You’re Around a Girl You Like

For some guys, the trouble all starts when they get around the girl they like and they simply clam up and get nervous.

Speaking to a girl you like shouldn’t be any scarier than speaking to a friend, but if you find that you simply don’t know how to behave yourself when you’re around that special lady, consider the following tips below.

Be Yourself: 

Girls have an uncanny ability to tell when someone is being disingenuous.

If you find that you are trying too hard to overly impress a girl, chances are she will pick up on your strange behavior and see it as a turn-off.

Instead, simply being yourself can help improve your chances that she will like you back by giving her a chance to get to know the real you.

Be Confident but Not Cocky: 

When it comes to charming ladies, confidence is key—but too much of it can actually backfire and make you come off as a cocky jerk.

Balancing the line by feeling confident in yourself without being flashy and rude can help you achieve the air of cool confidence that girls simply love.

Being overly cocky can be a huge turn offf or most girls, so making sure that you remain down to Earth while making it clear that you recognize your worth is the way to go.

Talk About Your Hobbies and Ask About Her Interests: .

Bonding over shared hobbies can be a great way to move your friendship forward and possibly to the next level.

Even if your hobbies differ asking her lots of questions about her life and hobbies shows a genuine interest on your part that you want to get to know her.

Plus, everyone loves to talk about themselves and their interests, so asking her lots of questions can make sure she stays engaged and enjoys the conversation.


If there is one complaint that girls tend to have about guys is that they simply don’t listen.

Being able to prove her wrong by showing up at her doorstep with the favourite candy she mentioned in passing, or remembering the name of her pet Chihuahua, are examples of little things that you can do that show her how interested you are in what she has to say and that you listen to and remember the conversation you have together.

Making eye contact, responding, and always paying attention when you are having a conversation can go a long way.

Be Nice to Her Friends: 

Friends are likely an important part of the girl you like’s life, so being nice to her friends can grant you access to her inner circle. 


When it comes to getting a girl to like you, you want your intentions to be clear so that you don’t accidentally get trapped in the friend zone.

Flirting is the number one way to do exactly that, with romantic gestures that can take your relationship from a simple friendship to something more.

Read below for more information about how to master the art of flirting.

How to Flirt With a Girl

Want to learn the way to a girl’s heart?

Mastering the art of flirting can ensure that you’re sending all the right signals for her to either pick up or lay down.

If you’re looking for some pointers to improve your flirting game, try our top tips below.

Be Charming: 

Contrary to popular belief, chivalry is not dead.

Keeping up the charm with romantic gestures like holding the door open for her, offering to hang up her coat, giving you’re her jacket when it’s cold, etc. can send romantic vibes her way and paints you as a true gentleman.

Be Confident:

 One of the top things that girls say they look for in a guy is confidence.

So being bold, collected, and self-assured is not only important for your own self-esteem but it can also help you with the ladies. At the same time, however, you don’t want to come off as a cocky jerk.

For this reason, it is important to master the art of cool confidence.

Be humble, but also let her know you’re sure in yourself and you won’t let anyone walk over you like a doormat.

Other guys? What’ other guys? You’re the man.

Make Her Laugh: 

Girls love guys who can make them laugh and who don’t take themselves or things too seriously.

Teasing her with light-hearted banter can be extremely flirty and may just be exactly what she needs to brighten her day.

Make Eye Contact: 

Experts agree that eye contact is one of the most intimate ways to capture the attention of your crush—after all, they say the eyes are the windows of the soul right?

Holding eye contact during conversation, and even not during conversation helps build a connection between you two. Catch her staring at you from across the room?

Hold her gaze and maybe even return it with a wink.

Break the Touch Barrier: 

One thing that often takes a friendship to the next level, is breaking the touch barrier. Touch is an extremely important part of intimacy and romance, but don’t worry breaking the touch barrier isn’t as scandalous as you’d think.

Simply reaching over to touch her on the shoulder for comfort if she is upset, giving her a high five if she’s had a recent achievement, and picking her up during a play fight, are all ways that you can break the touch barrier so that next time you may even be able to hold her hand or move in for a smooch.

Ask for Her Number: 

We live in a world where technology is everywhere, so why don’t you have your crush’s number? Finding the perfect opportunity to ask for her number opens up a new channel of communication that you can use to get to know her even better.

Texting her late at night can be extremely flirty and romantic but knowing when to stop texting is important too.

Constantly calling and texting your crush is not only annoying, it will inevitably lead to awkward lulls in the conversation that aren’t great when you’re trying to get someone to like you.

By knowing when to stop, however, you give her the chance to miss you and possibly reach out to call and text you first.

Allow for a Healthy Dose of Jealousy: 

A little jealousy never hurt anybody, and in your case, it could actually help if she’s the one experiencing it.

Having other female friends in your life supplies a healthy amount of jealousy that will push her to consider you as a romantic possibility.

This doesn’t mean throwing yourself at other girls in her presence but simply making sure you have your own life full of friends of both genders.

Know When to Make a Move: 

Making a move is key if you want to take things forwards with your crush rather than simply being left in the friend zone.

If you notice that she is frequently initiating conversation, whether it be by scoping you out in person or constantly texting you first, take the next step and ask her to hang out.

Keeping an eye out for certain signs of romantic body language, eye contact, flirting, etc. can help you determine when it’s the right moment to make your next move.

How to Ask a Girl Out

Asking a girl out can seem like a scary thought, but it doesn’t have to be.

When you’re ready to make that next step and ask a girl on a date, making sure you have a plan first can ensure that you’re not left hanging if you get past the first step of her saying yes.

Girls like it when guys are confident and assertive, so having a plan in place doesn’t leave any wiggle room for error, either she wants to go out with your or she doesn’t.

When asking her out, consider saying something like “I know of this great Italian restaurant that I think you would really love, will you let me take you there this Saturday?”

By asking her out in this manner you make your intentions clear while maintaining a confident and smooth attitude.

During the Date

During the date it is important to keep up all the previous tips that we’ve already discussed in terms of being charming, flirty, and confident, however, dates are often an opportunity for you to get to know your crush on a deeper level and make an even greater emotional connection.

Starting the date off with some light-hearted fun and then moving into deeper conversations towards the end of the date can be your best game plan for ensuring that everything goes smoothly and pushes your relationship to the next level.

On your date, try asking your crush some more personal questions: how was their up bringing? Do they have any fears? What are the goals for the future?

These kinds of questions show that you have a genuine interest in getting to know her.

Similarly, this is an opportunity for her to get to know you.

Talk about some of your talents and achievement. What are your goals?

What’s your relationship with your family? All of these questions allow you to open up so that she feels comfortable doing the same.

At the end of the date, make sure you keep your eyes peeled for signs of whether or not she wants you to make a move.

Is her body language telling you that she’s attracted to you?

Is she being flirty, leaning in towards you, and holding eye contact?

Maybe a kiss at her doorstep can be the cherry on top of a perfect date.

However, if she’s still acting a little rigid, you may need to give things more time before making another move.

Now What?

You’ve put in the work, you’ve kept your cool, you’ve flirted, and you’ve dodged the friend zone, but now what?

If you’ve already gone on a date and you don’t know what to do next, gauge her response to see if she seems to be returning your interest or if she doesn’t seem to view you romantically.

If you still aren’t sure where she stands, asking for a second date can give you more clarity and possibly provide you with an opportunity to make a move if you haven’t done so already.

If she still doesn’t seem interested at the end of the day, don’t worry!

Practice makes perfect! Following the steps above and putting yourself out there as much as possible can improve your chances of scoring the lucky lady of your dreams.

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How to Last Longer in Bed

If you’re looking to up your game and impress a woman by lasting longer in the bedroom, or if you simply want to draw out the experience to heighten the enjoyment, then we’ve got your back.

Every man has been there at some point in his life—trying to hold back in the middle of a sexual encounter, only to find that he is unable to prevent himself from giving in to pleasure.

Fortunately, there are some strategies you can employ to help you in trying to prolong your sexual encounters—and we’ve gathered all the information you need to know here to make the most out of your bedroom experiences.

What’s Going Wrong?

The first step in remedying a problem is to uncover what exactly is going wrong.

If you and/or your partner are unhappy with the duration of your sexual encounters in the bedroom, then one of two things is probably going wrong: either premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction.

Believe it or not, both of these conditions are actually very common problems, which end up affecting most men at some point during their lifetime.

In fact, 1 in 10 men has a problem relating to sex, such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.

According to a study of 500 couples, the average time for ejaculation is about 5 ½ minutes.

However, with all the preparation and build up that goes into sex—often going on romantic getaways, going out to dinner, getting a hotel, and more— five and a half minutes often feels like far from enough in payoff for all the effort that goes into sex sometimes.

It’s good to note that if ejaculation occurs on a regular basis in under 2 minutes, then this may be a sign of a problem.

To help you decipher what’s going wrong in your bedroom, let’s begin by taking a closer look at each of these problems.

Premature Ejaculation

There are two types of premature ejaculation: primary PE and secondary PE.

The primary form of the condition is often psychological and begins when the man first becomes sexually active.

If left untreated, this form of premature ejaculation can become a lifelong issue.

The second form of premature ejaculation, secondary PE, occurs later in life. It can be caused by both physical and psychological factors.

These may include prostate conditions, stress, depression, or anxiety.

It’s important to remember that premature ejaculation is only considered to be an issue if it is a bother or a problem to yourself or your partner.

If both of you are fulfilled and satisfied with your sex life, then it is absolutely nothing to worry about.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is defined as a condition in which a man is unable to maintain or achieve an erection that is sufficiently hard enough to engage in sexual activity.

This can include a man losing his erection during sex—which is one way you may find yourself not lasting as long as you would like to in the bedroom, if your manhood suddenly becomes limp.

For many men, erectile dysfunction is their worst nightmare—especially in younger men who cannot imagine themselves ever being plagued by such an issue.

However, it is relatively normal for a man to experience erectile dysfunction in his later years.

In fact, over half of men who are between the ages of 40 and 70 will experience erectile dysfunction at some point during this time period.

But what causes erectile dysfunction? Sometimes, the cause can be psychological, such as depression, anxiety, or stress.

However, the condition is often a symptom of an underlying physical cause, which may range from unbalanced testosterone levels, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol.

Performance Anxiety

If you often find yourself worrying that you won’t last as long as you or your partner would like you to during intercourse, then you may be suffering from something referred to as performance anxiety.

Often, this can cause you to lose your erection or to ejaculate prematurely.

In this case, the erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation would be a direct result of performance anxiety.

So, what do you do if this is the case? Simple.

Relax a little bit, and perhaps talk to your partner about your worries and fears. Address the problem at hand.

Why are you worried about not lasting long enough?

Are you worried your partner will be disappointed to you if you can’t last longer?

Do you fear you are not satisfying your partner in the bedroom?

You can talk to your partner about these things, or if that doesn’t work or if you do not feel comfortable addressing the problem with them, then you can always seek out professional counseling if the problem persists.

If you do suffer from performance anxiety, then don’t worry. It is completely normal in younger men especially.

However, the problem can sometimes develop and become erectile dysfunction or a persistent premature ejaculation problem if not resolved.

For this reason, if you think performance anxiety could be the root cause of you not lasting as long as you would like to in the bedroom, then it’s a good idea to address this problem sooner rather than later.

Strategies to Last Longer

If you suffer from any of the above conditions, then treatment is probably your best option—however, you can try treatment methods in conjunction with some of the strategies we will get into below.

Your best bet is to consult a doctor about your issues, worries, needs, and concerns and see what their advice on the matter is.

However, if you are a perfectly healthy male in search of ways to help you last longer in bed, then worry not!

We have gathered a number of tried and true strategies to aid you in the quest of prolonging your experience, wowing your partner, and getting the most out of your time in the bedroom.

Engage in Foreplay

Foreplay is a great way to get things in the bedroom to last longer.

Not only that, but it’s also essential to most women before sex.

If you want to pleasure please your partner and help her to get in the mood before intercourse, foreplay is the way to go.

It will get her hot and heavy, and ready for you to have sex with her. Some people even think that foreplay is better than the actual sex itself—but that’s all a matter of opinion.

The fact remains, for many women, without foreplay, sex is all but impossible, and in the best of times, it tends to at least be painful.

However, while it’s great to have foreplay simply because your partner will likely enjoy it, there’s more to gain from it than that.

It can help to prolong the sexual experience.

While you may not be spending the entire time actually having intercourse, this prolongs the pleasure, which is all that matters, right?

However, a word of warning: If your goal is to last longer in bed and your solution is foreplay, be strategic about it!

If you go straight from your partner giving you oral sex to having intercourse, then the actual intercourse may be even shorter than it normally is because your manhood was already excited and being stimulated.

If you are getting oral sex or a hand job, it’s a good idea to switch to focusing on her pleasure for a while to let your member calm down before moving on to penetrative sex for the best possible results.

Practice Building Control

When you’re having sex with your partner, focus on knowing how to anticipate your orgasms and when you are getting close.

When that happens, use this opportunity to consciously come down from the high.

Try a position that is less stimulating, think unsexy thoughts, or do whatever you need to calm yourself down.

Try to master control of your orgasms and don’t let them dictate the direction the sex is going.

You likely won’t master this technique at first, but with a little practice, y our skills at building control will get better and better.

Try this method in conjunction with other strategies to help  you last longer in bed, and with time, you will see your control over your own orgasms building.

Eventually, you may be able to drop the other techniques once you have gained more control over your body’s reactions to being in these sexually stimulating situations.

The Squeeze

This is a common technique to prolong how long you last during intercourse, and it’s one that experts actually recommend to keep things going in the bedroom for longer.

It involves squeezing the head of the penis for 10-20 seconds just prior to ejaculation.

The trick to this one is pulling out in time to squeeze the head of your penis and delay ejaculation until after a bit more lovemaking—and to make things even more complicated, this trick works better the closer you are to ejaculation.

So, try to wait as long as you can before pulling out and squeezing the head of the penis, but still leave yourself with enough time to actually be able to apply the technique.

This strategy may have a few failed attempts in the beginning, but after a little bit of practice, you will be able to get better at anticipating your orgasms and knowing when the right time to try this is.

Masturbate Before Sex

Another tried and true method is to simply masturbate an hour or two before you have sex with your partner.

After all, you always get a little bit more time out of round two—so if you want to get more time out of round one, then just sneak somewhere away from your partner or before they come over, take care of business.

You want to make sure there’s enough time between masturbation and actually having sex, though, because if you’re not ready to have sex by the time your partner is, then this could seriously ruin the mood.

Distract Yourself

If you are having intercourse and think you’re about to finish but aren’t quite ready to, or you know your partner is not ready for you to, then you can always try to distract yourself.

Think about a story you heard in the news, what is going on at your job, or anything else mundane or trivial.

By thinking unsexy thoughts, you may be able to bring yourself back from the brink and buy yourself a little bit more time before you actually reach climax and put an end to your lovemaking session.

However, try not to get too separated from the current moment, as if moment, as if you look too distracted and like you are not really there in the present situation with your partner, then that could end up being a real turn off for them and end up being just another way to end your sexual encounter prematurely.

Use a Thick Condom

What causes you to ejaculate before you are ready tends to be too much sensation.

So, what if you were able to reduce that sensation without taking away any of the sexual pleasure?

The result would be a longer time you’re able to engage in intercourse with your partner without reaching climax before either of you are ready for the sex to end.

How is this possible?

With the simple act of slipping on a thicker condom. As it happens, there are many condoms out on the market today that are designed specifically for this purpose.

Some examples of brand names include Extended Pleasure from Trojan or Performax from Durex.

This is a great solution to help you last longer in bed, because it not only allows you to go longer without reaching climax and be able to enjoy having sexwith your partner for a longer period of time, but it also doubles by helping you and your partner to practice safe sex.

Even if the two of you do not typically use condoms, there’s absolutely no harm to using them to prolong the duration of your sexual encounters.

Communicate with Your Partner

If you are with a long-term partner, and you are trying to find ways to make things last a bit longer in the bedroom, then it’s a good idea to communicate with them about it.

Being open with them about your feelings and desires will likely make them more understanding and open to your ideas.

By having an open conversation about it, the two of you can talk about what sexual activities bring you to climax quickly, and which ones keep things more relaxed.

By switching to something a little less stimulating when you get close to climax, you should be able to prolong the amount of time it takes for you to get there.

Communicate to your partner the things they should stay away from to help you get the most out of your time in the bedroom, so both of you can be fulfilled and satisfied with the experience.

Stop Start

Practice stopping before you ejaculate and taking a deep breath before continuing.

This will give you time to calm down and be able to continue for longer before reaching climax.

However, to many couples, this idea sounds unsexy—but it doesn’t have to be.

You can take a break to engage in other sexual activities besides actual intercourse. Switch back to foreplay and pleasure your partner with oral sex while you give your member a few moments to calm down from the excitement.

Then, you can return to what you were doing once you feel ready.

You can do this as many times as you feel is necessary before you feel ready to have an orgasm and end the sexual encounter.

By bringing yourself close to orgasm many times and then stopping to take a breather, when you finally do have your release, it can feel much more pleasurable and rewarding for the build-up.

Ladies First: Remove the Pressure

Heard of the Orgasm Gap?

This refers to the fact that, while 74% if men orgasm every time they have sex, only 30% of women have the same luxury.

Work to close the orgasm gap by giving your lady the opportunity to finish first. And, as it turns out, this can present unexpected advantages to you during sex as well.

As men sometimes feel pressured to last longer during sex because they want their partner to finish as well, this can result in the performance anxiety that ironically makes them finish before they are ready.

If you feel pressured to last longer during sex because you want your partner to finish too, then there’s an easy way to remedy that problem.

If you help her to finish first, such as with your mouth, a toy, or your fingers, then the knowledge that she’s already enjoyed an orgasm may help to relieve you of some of the pressure you typically feel to last longer in bed.

Engage in foreplay beforehand and make sure she finishes before moving on to penetrative sex—it may take more of a weight off your shoulders than you think.


Local anesthetics come in the form of topical sprays that may be applied to your penis.

These will help to lessen the sensation you feel during sex and aid you in keeping control.

When they are used properly, you may be able to adjust how much you are desensitized using these sprays.

It won’t transfer to your partner, so there is no need to worry that they will also become desensitized from the spray.

One product used for this purpose is called Promescent.

This product is designed to provide targeted, gentle desensitizing that provides men with great control without much loss of sexual feeling.

Focus on Her Pleasure

Use your penis for clitoral stimulation without penetration. 

This will still feel good for you, but not good enough to make you orgasm.

It will also give you some time to calm down from the excitement before resuming intercourse.

Do this by creating a 90-degree angle between her vulva and your shaft.

Rather than penetrating her, however, press your member lengthwise against her clitoris.

Then, move it back and forth gently.

Watch her reactions to see how she responds to different speedsand pressures until you are driving her crazy and maximizing her pleasure.

By doing this, you’re killing two birds with one stone: making sure she’s thoroughly enjoying her sexual experience with you, and giving your member a moment to calm down before penetrating her again.

Go for Round Two

No one says sex need be limited to only one session.

While this may not be the best solution for everyone, it can work wonders for many couples.

Wait a few minutes after ejaculation before trying to start things back up again, or switch back to foreplay right after reaching orgasm.

Men experience less sensitivity with their second erection in a short time period, so you may get better (and longer lasting) results the second time around.

Switch Things Up

If you’ve been together for a while and have developed a sort of sexual routine, then these sex positions may have trained your brain to anticipate when it’s time to orgasm—meaning that it could happen a lot sooner than it otherwise would.

Try switching things up a little and form a new routine.

The new sensations and positions will help to distract your brain and make you last longer. Once the new positions begin to get a little too used up, try switching things up again!

After all, there are more benefits to simply lasting longer that comes with keeping things fresh and exciting in the bedroom!

It keeps things interesting and can make things more fun and unexpected.

If you’re not sure what sex position to try to switch things up, then you may want to try a sex position that specifically helps in promoting longer love making. 

Here are some ideas to get you started.

Kegels Aren’t Just for the Ladies

You read that right. Kegels are famous for being a womanly exercise, but they actually can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles in men, too, which can help you to control your orgasm spasms.

With the right amount of practice, you will find that you are able to perform male kegel exercises just about any time.

Kegels aren’t the only exercise you can try to master control of your pelvic floor muscles—you can also do yoga or Pilates.

Whatever exercise routine you feel most comfortable with, give it a try!

It will pay off next time you’re in a sexual situation with your partner in the bedroom.

Strategic Breathing Techniques

The way that you breathe actually influences how quickly your body will come to orgasm.

You can make yourself less aroused by changing your breathing.

To help you bring yourself down, slow your breathing and ensure you are taking deep belly breaths with your diaphragm.

By taking in fast-paced breaths in your chest and shoulders is what your body does when it nears orgasm, so doing that will send a message to your brain that it’s time to finish.

If you’re trying to last longer, then make a conscious effort to take those slow, deep belly breaths will help you to last longer in bed.

Breathe like you’re not about to orgasm, and you won’t orgasm—not for a bit longer, at least. As simple as that.

It’s Not All on You

You’re not the only one who can take measures to last longer in the bedroom—there are things your partner can do to help too.

After all, if they also want to enjoy a longer bedroom experience, then they will likely be happy to do what they can to help you last longer in bed.

The following are some strategies your partner can employ to help you enjoy a longer and more fulfilling sexual experience with them—try talking to them about some of these methods and strategies.

They will likely be more than happy to help.

Switch Up Positions

We’ve talked about this already concerning things that you can do to last longer, but this is an important enough point to bring up again regarding what your partner can do to aid you in lasting longer in the bedroom.

Certain sexual positions will help a man to orgasm faster, while others will help to delay his orgasm by reducing the amount of stimulation he experiences.

Full penetration is great to maximize stimulation, while stimulation to the underside of the penis, especially the frenulum, tends to bring mad to ejaculate quickly.

Some basic positions that will help a man last longer by not providing too much stimulation to these areas include spooning, perpendicular, and modified doggy style with the woman on her belly rather than her knees.

But the best position of all to get a man to last longer is with the woman on top—so if your partner is wondering how she can help you to last longer in the bedroom, then there is her answer.

With you on your back and her on top, this is one of the best sexual positions to ensure that you’ll last longer.

Be Supportive

What is really important for your partner to understand while you are going through this is that they need to be supportive every step of the way.

Whether you are trying to last longer in bed for your own benefit, theirs, or for the benefit of the both of you, your partner needs to be understanding and supportive the entire time.

If your partner is getting impatient and annoyed with you trying many different tactics to be able to last longer, then you likely will feel that pressure and have more of a hard time accomplishing your task.

Not only that, but if you are in an environment of judgment, then that pressure returns and you may find yourself unable to perform or try these strategies to the effect that you had hoped.

For these reasons, support and understanding are essential for success in these methods.

Finally, patience is also very important on your partner’s behalf.

Things will likely not improve overnight, and they will need to be understanding about that and give you the time you need to improve if they expect you to make any progress towards your goal.

Expand Your Definition of Sex

Your partner can also expand their definition of sex, if they haven’t already—penetrative intercourse is not the only way to enjoy time in the bedroom together.

If intercourse tends to be overly stimulating for you and causes you to finish too soon, then there’s nothing wrong with spending a little bit of extra time during foreplay to help extend your pleasure.

The Verdict

As you can see, there is a lot that goes into the causes of not lasting as long in bed as you would like to—and, fortunately, there are far more solutions than there are problems that you could possibly have in the bedroom.

With a little bit of practice and open communication with your partner, you will likely be able to perfect your sexual experiences in the bedroom in no time at all.

In all likelihood, there isn’t a one single solution on this list that will be the answer to all of your problems.

You will probably have to try a combination of many of them—and what works like a charm on one romantic evening may not make a difference at all on another time you are with your partner.

It’s all about experimenting and trying new things with these techniques to find out what works best for you and your unique situation.

By keeping these strategies and practices in mind, however, you should always be equipped with the information you need to make the most out of your time with a partner in the bedroom, every single time that the two of you are together.

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How to Last Longer

Things are heating up in the bedroom and you’re about to give her the time of her life when—you’re already ejaculating.

Ejaculating too soon, or sooner than you’d like, is an embarrassing problem that affects millions of men.

Fortunately, there are solutions and steps you can take to help you last longer.

There are various factors that influence a man’s ability to last, and they can be biological, psychological, or both.

In cases of biological causes, premature ejaculation can be caused by hypersensitivity of the penis or weakened pelvic muscles.

Psychological factors can include performance anxiety, stress, depression, or issues within a relationship.

To help as many of our readers as possible, we’ve come up with the best solutions for lasting longer, no matter the cause.

Whether it’s for extending your own self-pleasure when masturbating or lasting longer in bed, there are a range of solutions to prevent premature ejaculation.

Read on to find out what causes you to come too soon and to discover the top 5 ways for how to last longer.


Condoms are the most straightforward way to last longer without having to resort to any drastic lifestyle changes.

Because condoms reduce sensitivity, they can delay ejaculation and let you last longer.

Some major condom companies, such as Durex and Trojan, produce condoms specifically for lasting longer or, as they are marketed, for “extended pleasure.”

Extended pleasure condoms are coated with benzocaine, which produces a slight numbing effect that decreases sensitivity and increases sexual duration.

Edging and Squeezing

There are physical techniques, edging and squeezing, that you can use to control the timing of your orgasms.

Edging is a technique that involves bringing yourself to the “edge” of orgasm and then stopping any sexual or masturbatory behavior right before orgasming.

Sex therapist Emily Morse, Ph.D., as reported in Men’s Health, explains that edging trains both the mind and body to control orgasmic response and timing.

Squeezing is another technique that allows men to regain control of orgasmic responses.

In the moments leading up to the orgasm, you can squeeze your member directly below the head of the penis.

According to sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D., squeezing puts pressure on the urethra and limits the blood rushing to the head of the penis.

By momentarily limiting blood flow, squeezing represses the ejaculatory responses leading up to an orgasm and delays the orgasm.

Pelvic Floor Exercises

In some cases, weakened pelvic floor muscles prevent men from lasting longer.

Fortunately, there are simple pelvic floor exercises that can be performed to extend sexual duration.

To strengthen pelvic floor muscles, follow these simple steps:

Find the pelvic floor muscles. They are the same muscles you use to keep from passing gas or to stop urination midstream.

Tighten the pelvic floor muscles by contracting for three seconds, then relaxing for three seconds.

When first starting out, it might be easier to lie down and tighten the pelvic floor muscles until they are further strengthened.

Zero in on tightening only the pelvic floor muscles.

This means you won’t want to tighten the muscles surrounding the pelvis, such as in the buttocks, abdomen, or thighs.

Tighten and repeat in sets of ten, up to three times per day.

Medications to Last Longer

Extensive research is available into various treatments for lasting longer when those ejaculation issues are more severe than simply not lasting as long as you’d like.

Serious ejaculation issues are classified as premature ejaculation.

Not lasting as long as you’d like and premature ejaculation are different conditions.

Not lasting as long as you desire is, in some ways, a subjective issue that depends on your definition of “long.”

Premature ejaculation is a sexual dysfunction in which ejaculation occurs before vaginal penetration or shortly after penetration, within 1 to 2 minutes.

Research suggests premature ejaculation affects 20 to 30 percent of men.

There are pharmacotherapy treatments available that can help reduce sensitivity and repress premature ejaculation.

Topical anaesthetics, such as lidocaine-prilocaine cream, can be applied to the penis to reduce sensitivity.

The only setback to topical anaesthetics is that they can result in slight numbing, which may lead to loss of erection.

With topical anesthetics, it is also necessary to wear a condom to prevent spreading the cream into the vaginal wall and thereby numbing your partner.

Oral medications are also available in the form of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). SSRIs are taken daily.

Common SSRIs include paroxetine, sertraline, and fluoxetine. SSRIs are actually an anti-depressant, but various studies have shown that a side-effect of SSRIs is to delay orgasms.

Individual Therapy and Relationship Counseling

There are also cases where psychological factors influence men’s ability to last during sex.

Whether it’s stress, anxiety about performance, depression, or, for men in relationships, interpersonal issues with a partner, a number of emotional and psychological factors can lead to embarrassing premature ejaculation.

According to Michael Castleman, author of Great Sex: A Man’s Guide to the Secret Principles of Total-Body Sex, sex therapy is one of the most effective ways to prevent premature ejaculation.

Castleman suggests that sex therapy is a superior method to medications because of the numerous side effects of SSRIs, which include nausea, erectile dysfunction, and loss of libido.

Sex therapy covers a wide range of therapeutic and counseling approaches to help men last longer.

In addition to the behavioral and exercise techniques discussed above, sex therapy also involves addressing the psychological factors that may be causing premature ejaculation.

By improving confidence, self-esteem, and working out emotional issues with one’s partner, sex therapy allows men to get to the psychological root of their sexual duration struggles.

From Top to Bottom

If you’re struggling to last longer but you’re not sure why, we recommend starting with the least invasive techniques at the top of this article and working your way to the bottom.

From condoms, edging and squeezing, and pelvic floor exercises, to medications and therapy, the solutions are out there to help you last as long as you and your partner desire.

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