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If The Penis Is Too Big
No: No, but i'm sure not all women would feel that way.
I am a virgin, what if my bf penis is too big to fit into my vaginal hole? Will I just stretch or is my vaginal area going to rip?
Hard to say: Most virgins have a rim of tissue surrounding the opening of the vagina called the hymen. Sometimes the hymen has been stretched or broken by the use of tampons or some sports but sometimes it is too tight for the penis to fit through. Then intercourse may result in a small tear which may bleed like a paper cut. Once the hymen has been transversed, the vagina is quite stretchable.See 2 more doctor answers
My boyfriends penis is too big!! After sex it's very painful and burns when I pee. Why is this happening??
Lubrication: The vagina is a very elastic organ. It can stretch to let a baby come thru. It is unlikely that the size of his penis is the probable. If the pain is after sex, it is more likely that your vagina is not well enough lubricated or you are sensitive to latex in the condoms you are using. More foreplay can help you lubricate or use a lubricant like paraben free Astroglide and try latex free condoms.
I've never: Been asked that question and as far as i know there is no way other than surgery - but i doubt you could find a qualified surgeon willing to perform that surgery -- at least i hope not.
Is the vagina more dry after menstration?If I often feel pain during intercourse is the guy penis too big for me even after having sex for many times
Lubrication issues: Yes, immediately after a period the vagina is usually less lubricated then usual, however a water soluble lubricant such as K-Y can help. The other option is simply wait for a few days post period before resuming intercourse.
Normal is normal: The only way would have been to be born to different parents w/different genetics. Be satisfied with what you have; it's much better than none at all. Remember, it's not how big but how well you use it.See 1 more doctor answer
None: Unfortunately there are not tips, tricks, pills, potions or anything else that will make you bigger. Do not waste your money and endanger your health by following recommendations of quacks. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex.See 2 more doctor answers
Here is...: On average, penile length is about 10-15 cm at erection with a wide variation among men. After reaching adulthood, penile size remains stable with no further growth no matter what. May I ask what incites you to ask this question. If you like to explore some common issues in male sexuality, go to peruse articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onSexLife-ED-CareOptions.html. Best wish to health.
No, ...: The ultimate penis and shape of body, including the penis, is decided by genetic code and its growth come to a halt roughly at the time marching into the adulthood, about age 18 for most of men. Afterwards, men have to adopt and adapt what they eventually get and live with it.
Try to believe: Your penis isn't too small.Accept that your penis is average size for you.It gets "big" every time you have an erection.It has the same number of nerve endings as larger penises and thus provideds you with more pleasue per square cm or inch that a larger penis. Dr johanson, the world famous plastic surgeon, had a brilliant quotation " in sweden we are more concerned how it works than how it looks".
There is no : Particular size required to lead to sexual pleasure. The most important thing is to learn what feels good to your mate and to become sensitive in the art of love making. In over 3 decades of practicing - I have never had a woman come into my office and complain about the size of her partner's penis.
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Usually doesn't happ: Penis size does not decrease, particularly at your age. If you're gained a lot of weight your bodily changes may make it seem smaller, but your belly has enlarged, your penis hasn't shrunk. Lose weight if necessary. Funny, but nobody ever complains that their penis is getting bigger........
See Urologist: There is an common condition that can do what you describe, but more likely, on exzm he/she will identify real issue present and how to address discomfort.
The answer to both: questions is "just right." There are a ton of websites of variable trustworthiness that address this universal curiosity. Check them out. Hope you find what you are looking for. Stay safe.