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Hi everyone,

I am little confused. After reading all surveys I made conclusion that average NBPEL is 5,3 - 5,8 inches and BPEL 6 - 6.2 inches but few days ago I read the article that explain the decrease of the human penis with age. Does this mean that average NBPEL for 20 - 30 year old man is bigger than the stats from all these surveys. I ask this question because there are surveys declaring the mean age 50 . Does mean that there are a lot of people in these survey with penis not equal to the size they have had 20 years ago? Some researchers measure the penis size after pharmacological erection. Does this pharmacological erection is 100% hard?

Does somebody knows when the penis start to decrease , does this affect all men and how this affect the penis size data?

Thanks guys.

You might find this thread of interest. It includes statistics about men from a wide range of ages:

Penis Size: The True Average


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

Originally Posted by Nikola85
Hi everyone,

I am little confused. After reading all surveys I made conclusion that average NBPEL is 5,3 - 5,8 inches and BPEL 6 - 6.2 inches but few days ago I read the article that explain the decrease of the human penis with age. Does this mean that average NBPEL for 20 - 30 year old man is bigger than the stats from all these surveys. I ask this question because there are surveys declaring the mean age 50 . Does mean that there are a lot of people in these survey with penis not equal to the size they have had 20 years ago? Some researchers measure the penis size after pharmacological erection. Does this pharmacological erection is 100% hard?

Does somebody knows when the penis start to decrease , does this affect all men and how this affect the penis size data?

Thanks guys.

It will decrease with age due to a corresponding decrease in health. IE: weight gain, less efficient circulation, etc.

However if you happen to be more healthy when you are older than when you where younger you may find you have the same or more than when you where young.

Not necessarily, dj:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/2867599…-sexual_health/

Avoiding a mid-life crisis ‘down there’

Do men’s penises shrink as they age? Plus the upside of slowing down


By Brian Alexander
updated 1/16/2009 7:57:42 AM ET

Why does age slow him down? And is her man’s British upbringing causing their too-polite exchanges in the bedroom? Sexploration answers your queries. Got a question? E-mail us .

Q: I’m 44 years old and have noticed that I can ejaculate on day one only one time, then, on day two, I can’t ejaculate. There was a time only one or two years ago that I did not have this problem. Is this something I should be concerned about, or is this normal?

A: Let us sit down on our porch rockers, my middle-aged friend, and reminisce. Seems like yesterday when, James Bond-like, we could make love, break for a few sips of champagne and witty banter, and then dive once again under the sheets for more sweet ecstasy.

Alas, age reduces our Walther PPKs to single shot weapons.

Assuming you are not taking drugs like anti-depressants that are known to inhibit ejaculation, are not depressed, do not have diabetes or other health issues, and have a good relationship, you are experiencing nothing more than age. For example, it’s probable that you are not completely unable to ejaculate on that second day, you just require much more stimulation than you did on the first.

Testosterone may be one cause. As we age, our level of testosterone decreases. An Italian study of 2,437 men published last year in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that low testosterone was associated with delayed ejaculation. The story can be more complicated than just low testosterone, of course. In the study, men with a higher body mass index and relationship problems also had delayed ejaculation, so stay in shape and get along with your lover.

The good news is that the inability to rely on sheer firepower can actually make men better lovers than we were at 20 because we’re forced to expand our repertoire.

Q: Is it natural for a man, as he ages, for his penis to become smaller? Can anything be done to stop the shrinkage?

A: Like what, for example? Washing only in cold water?

Penis worry is just another indignity you can chalk up toaging, like asking why weird, wiry black hairs are starting to pop out of your ears and why you can’t drink anything after 7 p.m. and without having to rise at 2 a.m. to pee.

But whether or not it actually shrinks is open to debate. You could try taking a tape measure to your gym’s locker room and measuring penises young and old, but German researchers have saved you from being banned for life by doing the work for you. They assessed 111 men divided into two groups, those 18 and 19 and those 40 to 68.

You’ll be happy to know that mean flaccid length was actually longer in the older men. Mean erect length was slightly longer in the young men, but barely. Erect width slightly favored the kids.

I felt pretty good about this, but then I asked Dr. Irwin Goldstein, a urologist and editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. “I believe that elasticity of the tunica [albuginea] (and thus penile size) decreases with age,” he said.

The tunica is part of the erectile gear of the penis. Studies have shown that the concentration of its elastic fibers decreases with age. This is apart from conditions like Peyronie’s disease that can force the penis to contract.

While you can’t stop aging, what would you do if you thought your hamstring was stiffening? You’d stretch and exercise, right? Well, penises, like every other part of our bodies, work better if you keep them working.




For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

Thanks Lampwick

I have just one more question. Do you have some ideas what is the correlation between FSL and EL for people who do not do PE exercises.For example in the Italian study FSL is 4.92 inc. What will be the erect length. I read that for the people who practice PE FSL and EL is equal because the ligaments will become more elastic and they will be able to stretch further. I started PE 3 months ago and my EL is 0.85 inches bigger than my FSL. Actually I have good progress: 0,8 inches in erect lenght.

What mean the fact that my EL is bigger than FSL. Does this fact is good or no?

Thanks


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