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Small Scrotum! Scrotal Surgery?

by Anonymous

I was born with a very small scrotum and little under average sized testicles.

Unfortunately the doctor circumcised me very tightly as he cut a lot of skin off my penis and this has worsened my problem.

Now during the erection and due to the little skin of my penis shaft, it pulls my scrotum skin which gives me a feeling of tensed skin and sometimes pain.

Also in the winter season my scrotum shrinks even smaller and my right testicles is pushed very tight up into my body.

To all this, I have to mention that I have no problem with testosterone hormone as I have very high sexual drive.

I am only 24 years old.

I need some more skin on my penis shaft and scrotum too, and also would like to have my testicles bigger as it all looks very small there.

I prefer not to have scrotal surgery, maybe something based on stretching or weights or even safe medicines.

I appreciate your assistance in this matter.

Small Scrotum! Scrotal Surgery!


I think your plan to avoid surgery is a good one.

You can bank on the fact that doctor man would only make your problems worse if he got a hold of you.

Fortunately, you have absolutely no for need him in this situation.


Because the penis and scrotum are extremely pliable, and will stretch and grow substantially if manipulated properly.

A simple stretching routine, done over time, will help you achieve everything you're looking for.

Follow the links below to get started...

Stretching & Enlarging the Penis

Scrotum Stretching Techniques

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