I'm Dr. Drai, a board-certified OBGYN, sexual health expert, and founder of Momentum Intimacy. Through my FDA-approved condom & lubricant line called Momentum, I help people improve their intimacy and have a more satisfying sex life.
According to some experts, the average penis size is 5.9 inches, with 90% of all penises ranging between 5.1 and 7 inches. The world record for the longest erect penis is11.7 inches and 0.6 inches for the shortest (yikes).
Obviously, penis size matters...or does it? The longer and wider and harder the penis, the more friction is created, the deeper the penetration and the more likely the woman is to achieve vaginal orgasm. However, penises much larger than average can cause some difficulties during sex. In fact, many women who dated men with abnormally larger penises complained that they weren't able to comfortably enjoy certain sexual positions, nor were they able to adequately give oral sex. Also, men and women who engage in receiving anal pleasure can often have significant discomfort, bleeding, and irritation with a larger penis.
So, how can you manage if you're dealing with a large penis? I've got the tips on the best ways to make sex satisfying for you and your partner.
Foreplay sets the mood and gets the body ready for penetration. Linger longer during foreplay to get the body as relaxed and ready as possible.
Don’t Forget About Oral Sex
Oral sex can be just as satisfying (if not more satisfying) than intercourse sometimes. Handling a large penis during oral play can be erotic and fun. Spend some time using your tongue to make the magic happen and achieve orgasm.
Lube It Up
When your partner is well-endowed, the risk of pain can be high. Generously applying lube can keep things moist enabling longer and more comfortable play! Check out Momentum Intimacy’s line of physician-created lubricants to find the perfect lube for you and your partner.
When it’s time for penetration, whether vaginally or anally, go slow. It’s important to give your partner time to get adjusted and prevent pain or tears (anally).
Have a Safe Word
There's nothing worse than bad sex...except painful sex! Agree upon a safe word so that during the heat of the moment, you can communicate effectively with your partner if the penetration becomes too painful.
Choose the right position
One of the most important tips is choosing the right sex positions for you and your partner to experience immense pleasure without pain. Positions that limit or control the depth of penile insertion into the vagina or anus are ideal. These positions can include…
- Side-lying positions - Sexual penetration while lying side by side or spooning can be the best position to allows for intimacy and pleasure without discomfort.
- Controlled missionary - The missionary position can allow for deep vaginal penetration. However, if the female keeps her legs tighter, inside of the males, you can control the depth and experience pleasure. Missionary also works well for penis in anus sex.
- Standing rear entry - Traditional doggy style allows for deep penetration and can be painful. The woman being in a standing position allows for better control and shallower strokes which can be pleasurable for both.
Thank you for reading this #MomentumLovers!
As always...I'm Dr. Drai a board-certified OBGYN, sexual health expert, and founder of Momentum Intimacy. Through my FDA-approved condom & lubricant line called Momentum, I help people improve their intimacy and have a more satisfying sex life.