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BPEL measurement = cheating yourself?

BPEL measurement = cheating yourself?

According to Men’s Health magazine, the “medically correct” way to measure the penis is by measuring the length from the tip of the glans to the end of the shaft where it meets the torso. That’s how a urologist would do it. If you press the ruler against the pubic bone, you get an extra half inch instantly. Isn’t it like cheating yourself because no one can see the hidden penis?

Thats what I used to think too, but I believe that extra half inch comes into play when youre actually having sex.

I’ve also believed that surveys that show average to be 5.1, 5.5, 5.75 were probably not bone pressed and 6 to 6 1/4 is probably bone pressed average.

I think bone pressed is a more fair and accurate measurement. If a person gains weight that person is adding padding there, not actually having a shrinking penis.

Correct me if I’m mistaken but didn’t the 5.1 survey also actually just use stretch out flacid penis instead of erect length? I can’t pull my flaccid penis as far out as I am when erect so I can’t really understand a survey going by that.

It’s been a while now since I saw surveys while searching the net. Maybe some of you know of what I’m speaking about.

Re: BPEL measurement = cheating yourself?

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Originally posted by a529612
According to Men's Health magazine, the “medically correct” way to measure the penis is by measuring the length from the tip of the glans to the end of the shaft where it meets the torso. That's how a urologist would do it. If you press the ruler against the pubic bone, you get an extra half inch instantly. Isn't it like cheating yourself because no one can see the hidden penis?

Measure it anyway you like. The bottom line is, does your dick work for you and/or your woman? If not, make it grow!

GOTTABHUGE!

I thought most men’s flacid stretch length was actually longer than erect length?

Personally I can’t get a consitent flaccid stretched.

BPEL is used for a reason. You are looking for a stable consistent measurement so that you can measure gains and thereby evaluate the effectiveness of your routines.

Its reasonable to set your goals NBP, but getting a consistent NBP measurement is a lot tougher, better to measure the difference and minus it from a BPEL measurement or a FSL, whichever gives you the best consistency.

But there’s more to measuring than that. You need to avoid measuring on days you do PE (preferably give a 2 day gap) and avoid massive differences in conditions (like measuring around sex or after just getting out of a bath).


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Mine is not. Fully erect it is longer than stretched flaccid.

I could gain 20 lbs, and I would lose NBP. Would my dick be smaller? No. Conversely, I could lose 20 lbs and gain NBP. I did not enlarge my penis, just made more of it visual. You can still use shaft covere by fat, as demonstrated by the ability to meaure it.

BPEL is the most accurate way to measure penile length.

How much is fat pad liposuction surgery?


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Latest: 6 BPEL x 5 EG on 2/17/04

Goal: 7 BPEL x 6 EG

>>I thought most men’s flacid stretch length was actually longer than erect length?<<

You are correct about this. Most flaccid stretch is about 1/4” longer than erect length. Those whose erect length was longer later admitted that they were measuring their flaccid stretch wrong and infact the fs was longer.

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