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Men's Health Magazine on Size.

Men's Health Magazine on Size.

In the November 2003 issue of Men’s Health magazine, a few statistics on size were stated. This will be old news to most all of you, but I found it interesting to compare to what we already know. It may make some of us smaller and average guys feel better and remind us that were up against the whole population. We are just working together with the big guys here, not competing!
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Fun With Numbers
measure your penis

The best way to guage your penis size is to measure yourself as a urologist would.

Flaccid length: Measure immediately after undressing, since a cold or warm room can cause shrinkage or expansion. Do it while standing, and use a flexible ruler. Position the tip of the ruler gently against the point where the shaft meets your abdomen. Then bend the ruler along the shaft and read the length. Average: 3.43 inches

Erect length: Immediately after you become fully hard, measure along the top of your erection from the base of the shaft to the tip. Average: 5.03 inches

Girth: While still erect, wrap a cloth tape measure around your penis at its base. Average: 5.14 inches around; 1.67” in diameter

Erection angle: Stand with your back against a wall and estimate your angle. A o-degree erection (an oxymoron if we’ve ever heard one) would point at your feet; 90 degrees would point out in front; and 180 degrees would aim in your chin. Average: 105.7 degrees MH
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Well, we can see some lack of information in here. Specifically they do not state if that average erect length is non bone pressed. From the size of that “average” given and their descriptions on how to measure. It is a non bone pressed measurement. Also, all of us here will probably agree that it would be more important to measure your erect girth midshaft (as we are taught here thankfully). This is more applical as to measuring the girth that is used in penetration.

I just thought that that I’d share this mainstream info that was published with you guys. Men’s Health magazine has hundreds of thousands of subscribers. It was worth reading.

Kojack10


Struggling with a peyronies injury during sex and loss of size after having been into PE.

Is 5.03 a little bit smal for average…that is really to smal!! I wont believe that crap!

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Originally posted by lex
Is 5.03 a little bit smal for average…that is really to smal!! I wont believe that crap!

That’s dandy! That would put me 1.5” ahead of the competition.

I’d like to know the mode (the most frequent occurence?) because for all I know there could be lots of 8”ers but also lots of smaller people.

I think those are the results from some Brazilian doctors survey. And erect length in that survey must be NBP.

From that description the length is NBP and the girth is base girth.

Neither are figures that I’m bothered about :)

No references

I looked back at the information in Men’s Health and I found no references for the information. It may be cited near the table of contents.

I still feel that they are talking about non bone pressed erect length. I certainly am not standing behind this information as being valid. I just wanted to share some information on size that is being published and read nation wide.

As for as for that nbpel average, I feel that it is a little on the small side. If roughly 6.0-6.2” is the widely accepted bone pressed length average, then shouldn’t the average nbpel be just about .75” shorter. I would guess that the average fat pad would be about .75”. I could be wrong. Maybe the average guy is a bit more overweight now?


Struggling with a peyronies injury during sex and loss of size after having been into PE.

All rights remain with the publisher, Men’s Health Magazine.

Thunder, I would be happy to, but this was just an insert into a five page article under the topic of Sex & Relationships. The article name was The Sex You Deserve. All of the other info is about sexual techniques and dating tips. The only information given about size was stated in the paragraphs that I typed.


Struggling with a peyronies injury during sex and loss of size after having been into PE.

Works Cited

The Sex You Deserve. Men’s Health Magazine, November 2003. p. 132


Struggling with a peyronies injury during sex and loss of size after having been into PE.

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