So there you have it, the average erect penis size is a good 6 inches long and a good 5 inches in girth. Trying to be more specific than that is useless, unless you are willing to measure a statistically representative part of the whole male world population.
What is the average size of a penis? While 85 percent of people may be satisfied with the size and proportion of their partner’s penis, as much as 45 percent of men believe they have a small penis.
Consistent with prior research, a new study finds that the average penis is about 5.6 inches long.
At some point, you may have wondered: What is the average penis size? Research says the average length is 3.61 inches for a flaccid penis and 5.16 inches for an erect penis.
An adult penis with an erect length of less than 7 cm or 2.76 inches but otherwise formed normally is referred to in a medical context as having the micropenis condition.
Penis girth is like a middle : sometimes neglected but still just as important. Thankfully, researchers at King’s College of London made sure to include this overlooked measure of penis size when they analyzed studies of average penis dimensions then published the results in BJU International.
There’s little or no correlation between the size of a flaccid penis and its size when erect. The data showed that a penis less than three inches long when flaccid increases in size on average by 260% when it becomes erect, whereas one more than three inches long when it’s soft only increases in size by 165%.
Whenever we think of the penis size, the first thought that comes to our minds is that of “length”. In reality, however, length is not the only criteria th
The average size of a penis is different in every country due to natural genetic variations. Both the length and the girth (circumference) of the penis …
“I was in the pool!” George Costanza’s distress at the “shrinkage” of his penis after exiting a cold pool was hilarious in the 1994 Seinfeld episode, but for many men concern over the length and girth of their reproductive organ is no laughing matter. Now, a new study could assuage such