Niemand Posted July 1, 2010 Report Share Posted July 1, 2010 I have had anxiety regarding my penis size for most of my adult life. I have read again and again that men with Small Penis Syndrome usually underestimate their size because of visual perspective and so on. In my case, though, it's not just appearance. My actual erect measurement is 4" even when my measurement technique maximizes length as much as possible (without being an outright fabrication). My flaccid measurement is about the same size as a newborn's. Using a locker room is torture. According to Kinsey Institute statistics, I am at the extreme low end of the scale (.3% [that is, POINT three percent] of men are my size). My wife tells me that my size is fine, and that it's the same size as her former husband's and boyfriends. I know that she isn't telling the truth about the other men's sizes, based on statistical probability alone. Therefore, I find it difficult to believe her other assurances. She's unable to achieve orgasm during intercourse without "assistance," and that's been the case with all my other lovers. At least one of my former girlfriends (that I know of) made fun of my size during a 'girls night out'. To add injury to insult, so to speak, I seem to be shrinking with age. My flaccid size looks like I've been swimming in the Arctic. I use Viagra or Cialis, but even then the results are disappointing. I don't know if my outlook will ever improve. Most of the advice I see is to "get over it". If only it were that simple.... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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