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4.5 inch when erect. Girth 4 inch Can we do anything to it . So that we it can grow longer and bigger. Does the pills available at markets and online shop really works. If works than suggest one. Can we do anything like yoga or excercise (even pills) for good blood flow in our penis. If i increase testosterone level with ashwagandha. Will it effect to my penis growth?? Thnak you sir.
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There is NO medicines ( tablets, capsules, goli, bati, oil, tail, cream, powder , churan, vaccum pumps,tension rings,rings, exercise, yoga, or any other type of medicines or procedures) available in the world that could Increase the size of the penis (i.e. length & girth..motai of penis). Even if one is ready to spend lacs of Rupees. Size of penis is not important for satisfactory sexual relationships. For this one should have a good hardness in the penis & should take sufficient time before discharge. So please forget about increase in size of penis.
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Hello 4.5 inches long penis is more than sufficient to got pleasure while intercourse. Any things else may become harmful to you. You can use ashwagandha powder with warm milk twice a day. it's useful to you.
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Take adequate sleep. Avoid smoking and drinking habits if you have them. Do Yogasana like mandukassna, ardhamatsyendrasana.
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An average penis size of 8.8 cm (3.5 inches) when flaccid and an average penis size of 12.9 cm (5.1 inches) when erect is seen as normal. In Indian men the average penis size is 4 inches. Male concern about whether penile size lives up to the desires of females seems to be largely misplaced and unfounded worries about inadequacy are not helped by the fact that a man's own view of his penis automatically makes it look smaller to him than to someone else. Looking down at the penis from above makes it appear smaller, compared with how it looks straight on, or from the side. So you have a slightly above average size so you don't have to worry about the size. If you already have normal levels of testosterone the excessive testosterone can cause further problems. Kindly don't focus on other medications and use what you have with the most efficient manner,
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Your penis size is absolutely fine any penis which is less than 3 inches when erect needs medical intervention. No lotion, potion, pills have ever worked on enlarging an organ as its genetically inherited. The only upcoming method as per the journal of sexual medicine is traction method which is uncomfortable and the maximum size it can add is 0.6inch to your existing length. So don't fall for what false claims they make online to enlarge a penis is all false. More over only one third our ring of the Vagina is sensitive the remaining part has no nerve endings so even if you have a 10 inch long penis it won't matter to your partner what will matter is your interpersonal relationship and lots of foreplay. Enjoy the journey don't be in a hurry to reach the destination. All the best to u.
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