Is your EL during your strongest erection the size that you should compare to studies
Today I had a decent P.E session, very good stretching, but not the best jelqing. Afterwards I masturbated for about 15 minutes after telling myself that for once I was going to enjoy it without measuring at any point. I looked down to see my penis looked bigger than usual, and it was pointing at a nice upward angle, while usually it only slightly points up. I quickly decided I had to measure, pushed my erection down with the ruler, and to my amazement I hit 6.5. I carefully looked at where the ruler was meeting the base to make sure I wasn’t pushing in at all (I always measure NBPL). I then released a slight bit of cum, i kegeled so I wouldn’t ejaculate, but a bit slipped out.
I then continued to jerk off to see if I could get the same measurement, but my erection wouldn’t go so strong again that it would go at a big upward angle, and I couldn’t get a bigger reading than 6.2, my usual measurement. I remember when I first started 5 months ago, and my EL was about 5.9 that one time after jerking off for 30 minutes with no intent on measuring, I saw my penis was at a great upward angle, the same angle that I saw today, and I hit 6.2.
My question is, is the maximum erection that I obtain the one that everyone reports on here, and in surveys? Should my EL now be 6.5 instead of 6.25. I know it only matter for myself, but I just want to know where I stand out of curiousity. And more importantly, if I kegel a lot ( right now I only do 120 3 times a week) then will I be able to always have my maximum erection? I was surprised to see a new max today, because I stopped smoking a few months ago, and yesterday I smoked several cigs and a blunt, and I thought that would fuck with my circulation.