Small Penis Syndrome: Definition, Symptoms and Treatment

The condition of small penis syndrome does not come with a physical condition, instead, it makes a man undergo persistent anxiety about the size of their penis. If you are all the time worried thinking that the size of your penis is too small and have judgmental doubts, you may be a victim of Small Penis Syndrome. People with small penis syndrome are usually normal pines size, however, they are rigorously troubled by the thought of their penis size. People with such syndrome often considered having a small penis as a medical diagnosis (which is certainly not). 

 

In very rare cases, people come with a micro penis condition in which the peins size is smaller than 2.5 standard deviations- the least male average pens is size. But mostly, people with normal pines size are the victim of this Small Penis Syndrome as they want their penis to be larger. Small Penis Syndrome is offered as penile dysmorphic disorder (PDD) which is a sub-type of body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). This BDD can trigger tremendous anxiety in a person about the appearance or size of their penis. They often undergo anxiety and are ashamed about the size of their penis. They may falsely assume that they have a micro penis, even after having normal pines size.

 

Average penis size statistics

The male average pens is size varies from person to person. Most men think that the ideal size of their penis should be at least 6 inches (in) long. However, the fact is wrong and misleading and such belief potentially triggers anxiety in men who worry that they have a small penis. As per the studies, the average size of a non-erect penis is 9.16 cm and erected penis size is 13.12 cm. Peins size longer than 6 in is very rare. The size of a micro penis is less than 2.75 in length. 45 per cent of men want a maximum length of penis that is less or more than 6 inches. 

 

Symptoms

It is normal for men to infrequently worry that their penis might not be big enough, particularly when they get influenced by the media and from seeing a male with larger genitals in pornography. Men with Small Penis Syndrome offers shows traits like-

  1. Constantly compares and scales the measure of their penis size
  2. Believes that their penis is very small even after having normal pines size
  3. Distorted perceptions of penis size
  4. Sets oddly high importance on penis size
  5. Feels embarrassed or flustered about penis size
  6. Faces difficulty during intercourse due to the anxiety about penis size
  7. Suffers from the reduced sexual function such as erectile issue or having an orgasm
  8. Becomes obsessed with penis appearance
  9. Faces chronic distress about the appearance of the penis
  10. Questions their muscularity worth as men

 

Treatment

Anxiety associated with penis size can be very frustrating, and it may harm self-esteem and affect relationships. Sex education, comfort from a partner, and relevant treatments can help people with small penis syndrome and manage their BDD anxiety. Opting for therapy from an expert sexologist as Dr Amit Joshi can help you to tackle your distressing thoughts if you are suffering from Small Penis Syndrome. Desires related with a maximum length of the penis, distress due to small penis, and mild-to-moderate anxiety, can be aided and controlled by a partner’s reassurance and support and some effective counselling treatments such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). Contact Dr Amit Joshi for effective sex therapy or couples counselling.

 

The condition of small penis syndrome does not come with a physical condition, instead, it makes a man undergo persistent anxiety about the size of their penis. If you are all the time worried thinking that the size of your penis is too small and have judgmental doubts, you may be a victim of Small Penis Syndrome. People with small penis syndrome are usually normal pines size, however, they are rigorously troubled by the thought of their penis size. People with such syndrome often considered having a small penis as a medical diagnosis (which is certainly not). 

 

In very rare cases, people come with a micro penis condition in which the peins size is smaller than 2.5 standard deviations- the least male average pens is size. But mostly, people with normal pines size are the victim of this Small Penis Syndrome as they want their penis to be larger. Small Penis Syndrome is offered as penile dysmorphic disorder (PDD) which is a sub-type of body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). This BDD can trigger tremendous anxiety in a person about the appearance or size of their penis. They often undergo anxiety and are ashamed about the size of their penis. They may falsely assume that they have a micro penis, even after having normal pines size.

 

Average penis size statistics

The male average pens is size varies from person to person. Most men think that the ideal size of their penis should be at least 6 inches (in) long. However, the fact is wrong and misleading and such belief potentially triggers anxiety in men who worry that they have a small penis. As per the studies, the average size of a non-erect penis is 9.16 cm and erected penis size is 13.12 cm. Peins size longer than 6 in is very rare. The size of a micro penis is less than 2.75 in length. 45 per cent of men want a maximum length of penis that is less or more than 6 inches. 

 

Symptoms

It is normal for men to infrequently worry that their penis might not be big enough, particularly when they get influenced by the media and from seeing a male with larger genitals in pornography. Men with Small Penis Syndrome offers shows traits like-

  1. Constantly compares and scales the measure of their penis size
  2. Believes that their penis is very small even after having normal pines size
  3. Distorted perceptions of penis size
  4. Sets oddly high importance on penis size
  5. Feels embarrassed or flustered about penis size
  6. Faces difficulty during intercourse due to the anxiety about penis size
  7. Suffers from the reduced sexual function such as erectile issue or having an orgasm
  8. Becomes obsessed with penis appearance
  9. Faces chronic distress about the appearance of the penis
  10. Questions their muscularity worth as men

 

Treatment

Anxiety associated with penis size can be very frustrating, and it may harm self-esteem and affect relationships. Sex education, comfort from a partner, and relevant treatments can help people with small penis syndrome and manage their BDD anxiety. Opting for therapy from an expert sexologist as Dr Amit Joshi can help you to tackle your distressing thoughts if you are suffering from Small Penis Syndrome. Desires related with a maximum length of the penis, distress due to small penis, and mild-to-moderate anxiety, can be aided and controlled by a partner’s reassurance and support and some effective counselling treatments such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). Contact Dr Amit Joshi for effective sex therapy or couples counselling.

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