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Penis size reduced, erected size 4.5 inches. Is size normal?

hi suddenly my pennis size reduced to some inches... doctor truely i am worried about this actually its size is less compared to my friends ... now again it decreased ....almost its appearing that is going day by inside pilease help- me out for this severe problem... now during normal state the size is below 1 inch whie its erected its about 4.5.....
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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As per your statement your penile size is 1" in normal condition and 4.5" when erect.
To satisfy a lady and to have a child birth, the size of the penis does not play a major role.
You must understand what is sex and technique behind it. For any male the glans penis is most sensitive area, like that females are also having most sensitive area. Understand that it is not inside the vagina. so the size does not count. only the erection and how you perform it effectively is important. more over 4.5" is 100% OK. Don't get depressed by watching BFs.
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Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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