You are measuring your penis all wrong… the average is a lot smaller than you think

MANY men measure their penis size incorrectly – as the average is not what many think it is.

Experts looked at 17 previous studies that measured the anatomy of 15,521 men – they concluded that the average size of a flaccid male member was 3.61 inches.

What men think of as the average penis size interferes with how they measure it

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According to a 2014 study in the British Journal of International Urology, the average erect penis is 5.16 inches long.

And the girth results ranged from 3.66 inches to 4.59 inches.

Consulting urologist at King’s College London, Gordon Muir, said this makes the average “a little smaller than a cucumber”.

This means that men often measure their penis size incorrectly – as they try to achieve unrealistic standards, they may be tempted to skew the results.

Looking at averages published by the British Journal of International Urology, it seems that what guys consider “normal” may be clouded by pornographic actors.

Speaking to Women’s Health, Muir said, “It’s usually because they’ve only seen another erect penis in one porn movie before.”

While some people may think that a 20cm penis is fairly normal, it is actually well above average size.

This can affect the way men determine where their own penis is stacking up.

The average erect size today marks an increment of 4.8 inches, measured in 1992.

It is feared that the hike could be an indication of poor diet, sedentary lifestyles and chemicals – factors that can also negatively impact fertility.

dr Michael Eisenberg, a professor of urology at Stanford Medicine, said, “When we see a change that rapid, it means something powerful is happening to our bodies.

“We should try to confirm these results, and if they are confirmed, we need to determine the cause of these changes.”

Men who voluntarily take surveys may not be honest.

CHILL OUT

Experts argue that men worry far too much about their penis size.

A study based on the results of a web-based survey of more than 50,000 men and women found that 45 percent of men would like a larger penis.

But over-concern was greater among men with average-sized penises than those with smaller ones, says the NHS.

The report, by Professor Kevan Wylie, consultant in sexual medicine at the University of Sheffield, also showed that women don’t care as much about their partner’s penis size as they do themselves.

A much higher percentage of women (85 percent) were satisfied with their partner’s penis size than the percentage of men (55 percent) who were satisfied with their own penis size.

Concern about penis size is usually rooted in whether it’s sexually satisfying for a partner.

While some studies suggest this is true, others have shown that “bigger” isn’t always “better.”

A survey of 4,700 women found that the best penis size for women at climax is 20cm – but the larger, the lower the orgasm rates.

In fact, men with a whopping 11-inch penis have climaxed 30 percent of women, which is the same percentage for men with a 4-inch penis.

Another study asked what height women prefer in a relationship versus a one-night stand.

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Researchers found that the average length women preferred for a long-term relationship was 6.3 inches, but for one-night stands, women opted for slightly larger penises, measuring 6.4 inches in length.

Experts say when it comes to great sex, size doesn’t matter — it’s all about “whether you’re romantic, affectionate, and sensitive to her needs and wants.”

https://www.thesun.ie/health/mens-health-and-fitness/10351922/measuring-penis-wrong-average-smaller/ You are measuring your penis all wrong… the average is a lot smaller than you think

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