How to get a bigger penis in 3 steps, according to NHS – The Irish Sun

ADMIT it, you’ve been in the dressing room with the boys wondering if you’re up to the competition or not.

It is a common feeling that many men turn to the internet to find out if and how they can increase the size of their penis.

You may be wondering how to get a bigger penis - but the possibilities can be overwhelming


You may be wondering how to get a bigger penis – but the possibilities can be overwhelmingPhoto credit: Getty
This is the average UK penis size in inches and in centimetres


This is the average UK penis size in inches and in centimetres

But let’s face it, some of these options might involve surgery, and the thought of putting your soldier under the knife can be scary.

Data from Google Trends has shown that over the last 12 months (2021-2022), searches for “penis enlargement” have increased by over 100 percent, while searches for penis enlargement pills in the UK have also increased by 44 percent.

But what if we told you there’s a way to make your member look bigger without the pain (or rather, the fear) of surgery down there.

According to the NHS, there is.

It’s a simple three-step plan that any man can follow.

“Many men who are concerned about the size of their penis have body image issues in general,” said Professor Kevan Wylie, consultant in sex medicine.

“What happens is they tend to focus their bad body image on their penis.

“Often counseling can make a real difference to the patient by building self-esteem, correcting distorted views about body image, and learning more about what makes people attractive.”

In the meantime, here’s what you can do to increase your height…

  1. Trim your pubic hair – you know the saying “mow the lawn to make the tree look bigger”, well that’s exactly what trimming your pubic hair will do.
  2. Banish the beer belly – Losing weight is a great way to make your cock look bigger. It won’t look as impressive if you have a beer belly hanging over it.
  3. Get well – When you get fit, not only do you look better, you feel better too. It goes without saying that your love life benefits when you feel sexy.

OK, so these will not physically make your penis bigger – it will just make it appear larger.

If you really want to add extra inches down there, you should speak to a family doctor about the options available.

It’s also a good idea to talk to a counselor about how you’re feeling – often worries about penis size stem from deeper self-esteem issues.

The average penis size in the UK ranges from 3.5 to 5.8 inches. So if you’re about that size, you really don’t need to worry.

Experts at Chemist Click said penis size cannot be explained.

“While there is some significant scientific research attributed to the causes of penis size variation, the truth of the matter is that just as our individual sizes vary, the length and girth of our sexual reproductive organs is a mystery largely encoded in is genetics and biology.”

If you still want to increase your size, there are things you can look at.

1. Pills and lotions

There are a number of pills and lotions that you can buy that contain hormones that claim to make the penis bigger.

But there is very little evidence that these works suggest and may even contain dangerous substances.

Prof Wylie told the NHS they were “a complete waste of time”.

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2. Penis pumps

Penis pumps are placed over the penis and then pump out the air to create a vacuum.

This draws blood into the penis and causes it to swell.

Penis pumps are sometimes used as a short-term solution to erectile dysfunction because they make the penis hard.

But prolonged use can damage the tissues in the penis and make your erections weaker, so it’s not highly recommended.

Prof Wylie said there is very little evidence that pumps will give you extra length in the long run.

3. Extenders

Hold on if you’re a little weak in the stomach, guys.

With penis extenders, a weight or small extension frame is placed on the flaccid penis to stretch it.

Yes, you are essentially stretching the flesh of your manhood.

“There is some evidence that traction devices may have some effect, particularly in men who are shorter,” Prof Wylie said.

“Some patients who have used traction devices for six months have noticed an increase in height of 1-2 cm. However, such treatments should not be started without a doctor’s supervision.”

If you use extenders incorrectly, you can damage the flesh of your penis, which can be disastrous for your sex life.

Size doesn’t matter – your mentality does

Experts at Chemist Click said that penis size doesn’t really affect sexual function.

Despite this, it can increase the risk of sexual problems.

Studies have shown that people who think their penis is small are more likely to have low self-esteem, stage fright, relationship problems, and ED.

It is also less likely for others, including doctors, to look at their penis.

Trusting the confidence of both medical professionals and your partner can go a long way in restoring a healthy perception of your penis. Whether you’re concerned about length, girth, or performance, rest assured you’re not alone.


What? we hear you say

Somewhat similar to extenders, jelqing is when you repeatedly pull on a flaccid penis with your thumb and forefinger to increase length.

The idea behind this is that it increases the blood capacity of the penis, thus making it bigger.

But just like lotions and pills, there’s little evidence that it works.

5. Surgery

There are two options when it comes to surgery: you can increase the length or girth of your penis.

Doctors may inject fat from other parts of your body into your penis to increase girth, but studies have found that if the fat isn’t distributed properly, it can lead to long-term disfigurement.

To increase your length, surgeons can cut the ligament that attaches your penis to the pubic bone and perform a skin graft to give you extra length.

It might give you 2 cm more, but it can also cause your erection point to be lower than before.

“Many men who undergo this treatment don’t really appreciate this loss of perspective,” adds Prof. Wylie.

“It can make sex pretty uncomfortable. You have to maneuver a lot more with your partner. The benefit of 2cm more flaccid length is far outweighed by the loss of erection angle.”

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