Most men are between 5 and 6 inches long. Most men don't worry about their size. What made you start to worry about your size in the first place? I realize that if you think there is something wrong, a thousand people can tell you that there isn't anything wrong and you still wouldn't be convinced. You need to find out why you are concerned. Was it something someone said? What is your flaccid size? Do you think you compare unfavorably in the locker room? There has to be something that got you worrying.View Thread
Has he always been like this as far as just wanting to stick it in? If he was a selfish lover before he had ED issues then he has two problems. The Viagra will probably solve his ED issues but he needs help with his relationship issues. How old are the two of you and how long have you been together?View Thread
I have a pair of suspensory underwear. I tried them a couple of years ago in hopes that they would be cheaper then having mine custom made but the suspensory ones didn't fit that good. I don't know about suspensory jocks.View Thread
You can enlarge your penis in many ways. Some ways are expensive and others are free or cost very little. Whichever method or methods that you use, there are two things that are important. It's going to take time and you have to be committed on a daily basis. You won't gain 4" in 4 weeks but you will gain length and girth. You might gain 2" in 2 years but if you really want to enlarge your penis, then the time and effort is worthwhileView Thread
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