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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
 

Frequently Asked Questions 

What's the average size of the penis?

The average is between 10 to 15 cm.
Is penis size important for female gratification?
Penis size is not important at all for female gratification.
Can penis size be increased?
Yes. There are two surgical procedures to increase penis size-- the Bihari Procedure, and Fat Injection. The Bihari Procedure consists of cutting the ligament that secures the base of the penis to the body. This gives between one-half and two inches of increased length to the penis; however, because the penis is no longer anchored to the body an erection no longer points up. Fat Injection is the process of removing fat from the backs of the thighs and injecting it into the body of the penis to make the penis thicker. Because the body rejects a significant portion of the injection this procedure may need to be repeated several times and each operation carries with it a severe risk of infection.
My penis bends down (or left, or right). Is there something wrong with it?
Allmost all penises bend in some direction or other when erect.
Unless the bend is severe or causes pain, there is nothing wrong or abnormal.
In few cases a condition called Peyrones Syndrome can arise from
childhood diseases. This condition is caused by scarring on one
of the two corpora cavernosa within the penis, stunting its effectiveness
during erection and causing the penis to bend almost 90 degrees
in that direction. If you feel this may be the case, consult a urologist.
What is circumcision and why is it done?

Male circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin from the
penis. Common reasons for circumcision include: medical or religious
reason.
What are blue balls?
Blue Balls is a real condition! The "correct" term for blue balls is epididymitis, which is an inflammation of the epididymis. In simple terms blue balls occurs when the epididymis get blocked up with sperm that have left the testis but not the penis. The vas deferns are the conduit for the sperm from the testis to the urethra. When they get blocked you get pain. Why blue balls and not "swollen balls," well maybe the connotation is that you balls have the "blues", or maybe its because with all that swelling some of the blood flow is restricted enough to cause some blueing of the area because of pooling blood.
What is the G-Spot?
The Grafenberg spot, or G-spot, is an area located within the anterior (or front) wall of the vagina, about one centimetre from the surface and one-third to one-half way in from the vaginal opening (see illustration and text). It is reported to consist of a system of glands (Skenes glands) and ducts that surround the urethra (Heath, 1984). Some authors write that you must press "deeply" into the tissue with two fingers to reach it with any effectiveness. The significance of the G-spot is that some women (about half) report that it is a highly sensitive area that under the right conditions can be very pleasurable if stimulated. For some women, it can be a primary source of stimulation leading to orgasm during intercourse. Other women report no particular stimulation, and some say that it feels as if they need to urinate. The G-Spot has been linked to the phenomenon known as female ejaculation. To date, there is little data about female ejaculation, although there is some speculation that it is the product of the Skenes glands.
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