They have been married for 15 years without any problems.
And in those years, his wife never mentioned the size of his 4-5.
So the 51-year-old man thought his wife was happy.
But what he did not know was that she didn’t like the size of his 4-5.
The father of four from Mogogelo in Hammanaksraal, north of Tshwane, said problems started after his wife read an article in Daily Sun.
“She read about a man who had a small 4-5 and went to a sangoma who gave him muthi. But he overdosed, which made his 4-5 much bigger and his wife complained,” he said.
He said one day he came home to find the paper spread out on their bed.
His wife told him to read the article.
“I read it and thought it was a funny story, but my wife told me the sangoma can solve our problems. I wasn’t even aware it was a problem,” he said.
He said his wife has been pestering him to get help and it terrified him that she’s willing to end their marriage if he doesn’t do anything about it.
His wife said she was tired of fantasizing about a big 4-5.
“I had accepted it because I didn’t know it can be changed, but now that I know, it has to be changed. I want to be able to hold it in my hands,” she said.
She said she would even pay for he husband’s 4-5 to be enlarged.
“I love my husband, he is a good man and we both go to church. We are a happy couple and our fellow congregants come to us for marital advice, but we have to be happy in the bedroom as well,” she said.
Neurologist Dr Godfrey Cako said the procedure to enlarge a 4-5 is very expensive.
He said they don’t actually enlarge it, but pull out the muscles to make it larger.
“The penis is quite long from the inside, so doctors are able to pull it out but it is a dangerous procedure and I don’t recommend it,” he said.
He said the procedure would cost no less than R100 000.
The husband also has an option to wear a penis sleeve.
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