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My penis is of 2.5inch when not erected and it is of 4.5inch when erected and its diameter is 1.25inch, what should I do?
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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 Nothing to do. It size is sufficient to got pleasure while intercourse.
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Your penis dimensions are absolutely fine however if you desire a enlargement there are devices to help you attain an inch of length at the most after using the device for 4-6months daily for 6 hours. If you are keen on it you can consult me online for more details and advice about the same. All the best.
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