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hi how to increase penise size
Asked On : Tue, 9 Mar 2010
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There is no drug,no method, no trick to increase the size of penis. Do not trust on fraud advertise for increasing size of penis. Remember that lenth of penis has no value for intercourse, only the hardness is of importance. If you have erectile dysfunction ,then consult proper expert.
Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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you can try to excersice it just by pulling on it from the head first straight out and pull straight not to hard but stretching it ,then hold for 2 min or more to the right the same way and the left, down, and  up. Do this everyday for three months, or so..If you do this the right way you can gain 2 to 3 inches also you can go in a circular motion with it to for about 5 min or more , but this excercise shoud be done when your penis isnt hard,so try it and see if it works because it worked for me i gained 2 and a half inches in 3 months.  

Answered: Tue, 9 Mar 2010
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