If you are unhappy with the size of your penis, consider this: 85 percent of women are happy with the dimensions of their partner’s penis.
A study by two British urologists shows that many men suffer from “small penis syndrome” – caused by the anxiety of thinking one’s penis is small… when it isn’t.
The report urges doctors to not to dismiss their male patients’ worries, even though they most likely suffering an imaginary defect. Dismissing those concerns can aggravate their patients’ concerns.
The research found that 45 percent of men wish they had a larger penis, even though very few have a truly small penis – referred to clinically as a micropenis – that is less than 2.75 inches long when erect.
The average erect penis is about 5.5 to 6.2 inches long.
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