MAN has wondered about this subject for centuries…
The age-old question of “does size matter?” has hindered conversation throughout history.
Myths have been spread that penis size is related to how big your feet or hands are.
Various disincentive techniques have been used to make their members bigger.
But NHS has helped many worried boyswhich correctly explains the average for a man.
It says: “Most men’s penises are about 9cm (3.75in) long when not erect, but it is normal for them to be shorter or longer than this.
“Some things can make your penis smaller temporarily, such as swimming or being cold.
“Research has found that the average erect penis size varies from about 13cm to 18cm (5in to 7in). You can’t make your penis bigger or smaller with exercises or pills. “
For any anxious teenager there is reassurance, for there is no average Sizes are listed because everyone grows at different rates.
Further advice says: “Every penis is unique and boys develop at different ages and rates.
“During puberty, usually between the ages of 11 and 18, the penis and testicles grow more rapidly, although the penis doesn’t stop growing until age 21.”
Researchers at University College London have put an end to the old wives tale that big feet mean you have a big pack.
During the research, experts noted some were “homegrown” while others were “instant showers”.
They concluded: “The alleged association of penis length and shoe size has no scientific basis.”
However, there may be a body part that could be a sign of your penis size – your toes.
In 1999, a Korean study Notice that the circumference of your penis is slightly correlated with the length of your first and third toes.
The NHS also revealed that smaller penises grow in length more than longer ones as they become erect.
The study based on penis measurements of 2,770 men found that shorter penises increased by 86% during erection, almost double that of long ones – 47%.
The scientists also showed great variation in the angle of the erect penis, with some pointing straight up, some straight down, and some slightly bent to the left or right.
The NHS emphasizes that there is “no proper shape” but if you have a significant bend that causes pain or difficulty having sex, see your GP.
Regardless of the actual size, many men are still not satisfied with the size of their penis.
A study based on the results of an internet-based survey of more than 50,000 men and women found that 45% Men want a bigger peniswhile 85% of women are satisfied with their partner.
The report, by Professor Kevan Wylie, a consultant in sexual medicine at the University of Sheffield, found undue concern about penis size among taller men, on average, than among men less satisfied.
If you really want to know your penis size, the NHS offers tips on how to measure it properly.
They say: “Men often have misconceptions about their penises.
“To see your penis like everyone else’s, look at you undressing in front of a full-length mirror. The penis looks longer and bigger than when viewed from above.
“At some stage, most boys take out a ruler or tape measure to find out how long their penis is.
“There is little point in doing this when the penis is flaccid because the length of the flaccid penis can vary greatly, depending on how cold the room is, for example.
“For an accurate measurement, take it when you are erect. The standard is to measure the penis on the top, from the base to the tip.”
https://www.thesun.ie/health/mens-health-and-fitness/4796128/average-uk-penis-size-official-nhs-research/ This is the average penis size in the UK, according to the NHS – and it’s NOT related to your foot size – The Irish Sun