Comments to the article: I found it really interesting that one of the women who commented on the article about "small penis syndrome," reported that she was pregnant even though her partner believes that he is too small to satisfy her. It seems that some men are almost delusional about how they think of their equipment.Some of the men who commented about the article not only reported that they are small, but that they experienced a girl friend criticizing them their appearance.Medical Evidence: Urological studies done around the world, among every nationality, ethnic and racial group, indicates that there is no such thing as a male having a "small penis." There are cases in which males are born with severe medical disorders, such as the penis being stored up and inside of the body.By the way, this is quite different from those males born with undescended testicles, a condition that often corrects itself before puberty and has nothing to do with penile size.As to whether or not there are health benefits or not to male circumcision is a matter of debate.There are those researchers who report that it prevents cancer of the penis later in life.Only when that belief becomes an obsession and interferes with performance will the Medical Experts consider this abnormal.There are a variety of reasons for men to be think that they have small sexual equipment: For one, young boys, viewing their adult male role models, naturally are impressed by what they see and doubt that they can ever become "so big." Secondly, adolescent boys in the gym locker room in either High School or Middle school, may make negative comparisons between them selves and their classmates.
In some cases it is practiced for religiou reasons and in others for health reasons.In the studies mentioned above, when the men in the studies were offered free surgery to enlarge their genitalia, the offer was rejected.There seems to be a sense among these men that their view of themselves is inaccurate.Over years of private practice, it has been amazing to me to hear extremely attractive women state how unhappy they are with their appearance.It has been suggested that the distorted opinion men have about their appearance is a form of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD).Sixth, there is a steady stream of advertisements in magazines and on the Internet about enhancing the size of the male sex organ.These advertisements play upon the fears and anxieties of those men who retain the fear and anxiety that they are too small. Finally, studies show that women approve of and report satisfaction with the genitalia of their partners.Of course, such a criticism reinforces this false self perception.Why would a woman make a critical comment about the size of their partner's genitalia?In this, they lack knowledge that teenagers grow and mature at different rates.Just like the variety of heights, facial hair, and other features, teenage boys do not have identical bodies, especially at a time when the growth rate from one boy to the next is so variable.