How to make your penis bigger and thicker?

how to increase the length and thickness of the penis

Even for guys with normal penises, headlines like this spark genuine interest: "What, is this really possible? Well, I don't really need that much, but still. . . "Is it worth saying that men who suffer from penile dysmorphophobia (excessive preoccupation with the size and shape of the penis, which has no particular basis), perceive each such article as a gift from God and immediately look at the text?

And they say that only women create problems for themselves out of nowhere! According to statistics, the average (erect penis length) is 5. 16 inches (13. 11 cm). Almost 90% of men have a size that fits right into the normal range - from 4 to 6 inches (10. 16 - 15. 24 cm).

In a survey of 52, 031 heterosexual men and women, researchers reported that 85% of women reported being satisfied with their partner's penis size, but only 55% of men were satisfied with their own penis size.

Seth Cohen, MD, a urologist at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City, often sees patients who express concern about their size and are interested in penis enlargement. "Most of all I want to ask them, are they sure their partners really want it? Or did they come up with it themselves? We tend to think about our partners' wishes for them. But in reality it turns out they don't care. They just want sex, " Seth says.

Are you determined and not convinced by our arguments? Next, we present to you a list of the most popular penis enlargement procedures.

Surgical lengthening

During this procedure, the patient's suspensory ligament, which secures the penis to the pubic bone, is cut. Thus, the length of the penis visually increases. "Imagine a suspension bridge with its pillars cut out - that's how it works. But in fact, I really do not recommend that you resort to this operation. Your erect penis will never be the same, " warns Seth.

surgical lengthening

Surgical thickening

Some doctors offer a procedure in which the patient's own fat, or a substance like Alloderm, is injected into the penis. This is sterilized tissue collected from donor skin. It is wrapped under the skin of the penis (like wrapping seaweed sushi), thereby increasing the circumference of the organ.

By the way, Alloderm was not originally intended for such manipulations. This substance is used to treat burns and in reconstructive surgery, not to enlarge the male reproductive organ. There are reports in the medical literature of complications such as infection and skin necrosis.


In order to increase the thickness of the penis, some doctors give patients injections similar to those used to enlarge lips, lift eyebrows and correct smile lines. "I have not done such procedures, but I have seen it several times. It all depends on the substance used for injection. Restylane and Juvederm have been tested many times. They are used as fillers for the cheeks, chin and other parts of the body. They usually retain their effect for six months. These substances haven't been tested that well on the penis. We just don't have any data and can't say what the long-term outcome will be, " explains Cohen.

injections for penis enlargement

"The penis is a vascular organ full of smooth muscle. You might end up with something lumpy, lumpy and splotchy – not at all what you were hoping for, " warns Seth.


Permanent implants placed under the skin have been available for decades. They were previously used to treat patients with severe erectile dysfunction. But in 2004, the Food and Drug Administration approved a silicone sleeve called Penuma for cosmetic penis enlargement. It costs 13, 000 dollars. The study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, looked at 400 men who had the opportunity to try Penuma implants. What did the respondents get? The average indicator is as follows: the thickness of the penis increased by 56. 7%. Quite a good result. And after two years, 81% of men reported "high" or "very high" satisfaction with their new sex life.

But despite that, urologists who would approve such an intervention can be counted on one hand. "Penile implants are intended for men with erectile dysfunction that doesn't resolve with more conservative treatments, " says Landon Trost, MD, a urologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Landon also warns that such operations are very risky. There is a high probability of complications. "The vast majority of sexual medicine experts do not recommend the use of fillers or Penuma for these purposes, " warns Trost.

implants for penis enlargement

Extension cables

The extender is attached to the penis (it is not erect). You have to walk with it for a long time - usually several hours a day. This can really help, but you will have to wait a few months for results. "Almost everything in our body can be stretched, including the penis. People have been doing it for hundreds, if not thousands of years, " says Trost, who, by the way, is the creator of a device called RestoreX. The device is designed to help men with Peyronie's disease - in which the penis becomes unnaturally curved.

Almost all men who participated in the study with RestoreX received positive results. "With penis enlargement, it's more complicated. There are no known treatments that show real results without injections or surgery, " says Trost.


There is a lot of information on the Internet about jelqing and special stretching exercises - during their performance, the flaccid penis is stretched and massaged with fingers or a special device. But the obtained result is not permanent, and such manipulations carry a considerable risk. "I've had many patients come to me after jelking, barely holding back tears. Common consequences include a numb penis, ruptured or strained arteries and veins, and erectile dysfunction, " warns Cohen. Impressive list, isn't it? Cohen also adds that some of the "side effects" of jelqing are simply irreversible.

jelqing for penis enlargement


Vacuum pumps work like a pump - they cause a rush of blood to the penis. But the resulting effect is short-lived.

37 men participated in the study, published in the journal BJU International. They used vacuum pumps for 20 minutes three times a week for six months. What were the results? Absolutely unimpressive - the length of the penis increases slightly, and the subjects themselves were not very satisfied with the experiment.

Trost does not recommend using pumps even to treat erectile dysfunction, as the problem can only get worse. "We need to find out if erectile dysfunction is the result of young men trying to increase the girth of their penis with these devices. In terms of treating ED . . . patients try a few times and then put the device on the shelf, " he says.


Don't believe everything you see on the internet. No matter how enticing the advertisement is, no matter how happy the men and their girlfriends look on the bright banners promoting any product, use common sense. No miracle pill can make your penis bigger - that's what science says. "There are no supplements that will increase the size of your penis, " says Cohen.

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Weight loss

A very simple way to visually increase the size of your penis. This is especially true for overweight men - fat in the pubic area can protrude above the penis, visually making it smaller. Thanks to particularly severe cases, the term "buried penis syndrome" even appeared.

Being overweight can seriously make your life difficult. Talk to your doctor to discuss whether losing weight, changing your diet, and increasing your exercise might help with your sexual problems. Often, the above methods actually have a positive effect and help to deal with the problem of erectile dysfunction.


The easiest way to visually increase the size of the penis is an intimate haircut. If you trim the hair at the base of the penis, its length will visually increase. The main thing is to be careful. The market is full of a wide variety of razors - guards and attachments will help you achieve better results and avoid cuts in this extremely sensitive area.

hair removal makes the penis look bigger

Penile dysmorphophobia

This industry continues to evolve. Thanks mostly to pornography and pop culture, men become literally obsessed. They develop unrealistic expectations of what a penis should look like.

Psychologists call this "small penis anxiety" or "penile dysmorphic disorder (PDD)"—an irrational, unshakable belief that one's penis size is unsatisfactory. "That's what gets stuck in our heads. You look at pornography, and all the actors have such massive penises. But don't forget that they often use various tricks and artificially achieve an erection. Don't believe everything you see on the screen, " concludes Cohen.

So what are we going to end up with? Let me paraphrase a famous saying: "It is better to have a bird in your hand than to go to the urologist with tears in your eyes".