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Playboy Advisor: Do Penis Pumps and Enlargement Pills Really Work?

Playboy Advisor: Do Penis Pumps and Enlargement Pills Really Work?: © Innocenti and Lee/ Image Source / Corbis

© Innocenti and Lee/ Image Source / Corbis

Do penis pumps and penis-enlargement pills really work? My penis is smaller than average when not erect and about six inches when fully erect. My current girlfriend claims her previous boyfriends had much larger penises than mine but that she enjoys having sex with me. I don’t believe her.S.T., Houston, Texas

Pumps and pills don’t work. The thing you need to work on isn’t the size of your penis but your attitude about what you’ve got. Over the years we have fielded countless questions about penis enlargement, average penis size, whether penis size matters, etc. First of all, your penis isn’t small compared with the general population. The latest study of any significance synthesized data from 17 global studies to arrive at the following numbers, which should put your mind at ease: The average erect penis is 5.16 inches long, and only five percent of men have a penis that measures 6.3 inches when erect. So you’re doing way better than average and are edging toward what we would call, in economic terms, an upper-middle-class cock.


This question is from the July/August 2015 issue of Playboy. To read the rest of this Advisor column, click here.

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