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CNN's view of average penis size and making it bigger!

CNN's view of average penis size and making it bigger!

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“By Steven N. Gange, M.D.

(WebMD) — We’ve all seen the ads: A vacuum cylinder that helps “expand your penis to maximum potential.” A pill, derived from natural sex hormone research, “designed to actually enlarge the penis and induce and maintain multiple, long-term erections.” Come-ons like these rarely offer scientific proof, yet many men spend money on such products hoping for penile enlargement. They are falling prey to two misconceptions: 1) They have a smaller than average penis; 2) non-surgical penile enlargement is safe and effective.

Misconception #1: The small penis

Men in general have a distorted view of what’s normal for penile size. The fact is, “average” was not defined until recently. A study published in the September 1996 Journal of Urology concluded that average flaccid penile length was 8.8 cm (3 1/2 inches), and average erect length was 12.8 cm (5 inches). Also, according to many women’s magazine surveys, “size doesn’t matter.” But many men remain fixated on the ideal of the 8- to 10-inch penis.

Some men don’t even realize what they have. For example, obese men develop a suprapubic fat pad that conceals the penis, making it look shorter. Pressing firmly on this fatty tissue reveals the true penile length. I often explain this to patients, but a man who is convinced his penis is too small is hard to convince otherwise.

Occasionally a perception of inadequate penile length is a manifestation of underlying feelings of inadequacy in general. In these instances, psychological counseling may prove helpful.

Misconception #2: You can increase penile size without surgery

There are no proven non-surgical methods of penile enlargement. Vacuum devices simply cause engorgement by drawing blood into the penis. (While these devices are very useful tools in the management of erectile dysfunction (ED), they do not progressively enlarge the penis.) No natural pill has any ability whatsoever to enhance penile size. Even Viagra does nothing to permanently affect penile size. Topical testosterone cream used in childhood can increase penile size by accelerating the effects of puberty, but there is no proof that testosterone cream applied to the adult penis enhances penile size.

When surgery is warranted

Certain men suffering from urologic conditions may need plastic surgery on the penis: those with traumatic defects; those whose penises have retracted following a spinal cord injury; those born with a condition called epispadius (a severe penile deformity with associated shortening); and some men with Peyronie’s Disease (scarring of the penile shaft resulting in severe angulation and occasionally shortening). For these men, surgical procedures are available to give the penis additional length and a more normal appearance. However, these procedures, even in the best of hands, often result in wound infection or other healing complications. Sexual function may be impaired, and an artificial penile prosthesis may need to be inserted at the time of such surgery.

Enlargement surgery: Still experimental and risky

Within the past 10 years, some surgeons have attempted purely cosmetic penile enlargement surgery on healthy men to enhance both length and girth of the penis. This surgery usually involves cutting the band of tissue that holds the penis up against the pubic bone (the suspensory ligament), and then injecting fat, harvested by liposuction, beneath the penile skin to add bulk. The surgery is still experimental: Two recent studies (one in 1994, the other in 1996) published in the Journal of Urology reported significant complications resulting from this surgery — serious wound infections and penile deformity, such as lumpiness and asymmetry. In fact, the surgery is still so controversial and yields such poor results that it is considered generally unacceptable by both the plastic surgery and urological communities.

In addition, such procedures are expensive, costing up to $10,000 in some instances. Penile enlargement is not a simple undertaking and is usually not medically necessary. If you choose to pursue surgical enlargement, be sure to check the credentials of your surgeon (e.g., board certification) and carefully weigh the risks and potential benefits. “
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Got this from the CNN website with the search words “average penis size”… I’m still laughing my ass off at “Misconception #2”.. LAMO!!! Imagine all of the men who after reading this go under the knife because these trusted news people vomit this type of shit… WOW!!!

Regularwhiteguy

Originally Posted by regularwhiteguy
Misconception #2: You can increase penile size without surgery

There are no proven non-surgical methods of penile enlargement. Vacuum devices simply cause engorgement by drawing blood into the penis. (While these devices are very useful tools in the management of erectile dysfunction (ED), they do not progressively enlarge the penis.) No natural pill has any ability whatsoever to enhance penile size. Even Viagra does nothing to permanently affect penile size. Topical testosterone cream used in childhood can increase penile size by accelerating the effects of puberty, but there is no proof that testosterone cream applied to the adult penis enhances penile size.

Once again, we are proven wrong :(

HAHA

Some fact, but presented in the pussy fooling yourself and no actual research or experimentation beyond asking other people just like them what they think (of course, exactly the same answer no matter who you ask)

This is the same script they dish out whenever any guy asks the question “is my dick too small?”, “can I make it bigger?” or any combination of the two. People need to get a life and make up their own minds about stuff for a change, rather than ask a ‘reliable source’.

Great Stuff

Hey, come-on,

This is great stuff! CNN is such a trusty news worthy source..Everybody knows that there is just no way to increase penis size~ I’ll go to my grave with a 14” dick and swear on my death bed that there is just no way to increase penis size——LOL……..


Start 030104 EBPL: 6.25" EG : 5.6" Mid LOT : 7:30 GOAL: 0.25 in any direction...."I'm not picky"- length would be nice "GIVE ME A %&#'N INCH OR GIVE ME DEATH"

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Also, according to many women’s magazine surveys, “size doesn’t matter.”


Yeah, right. Go to ANY online adult personals site and do a search for women/couples seeking men. Every-single-ad says the exact same thing: “Must be well endowed” , “Must be very well endowed” , “Must be at least 8 inches” etc.etc.

Sure, maybe penis size isn’t a deciding factor when looking for a husband, but as far as sex goes, I think we all know the real truth…

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Men in general have a distorted view of what’s normal for penile size. The fact is, “average” was not defined until recently. A study published in the September 1996 Journal of Urology concluded that average flaccid penile length was 8.8 cm (3 1/2 inches), and average erect length was 12.8 cm (5 inches).


This study consisted of measuring the flacid and erect lengths of just 80 men. Does anyone else think that is far too small a sample to be conclusive?

As I was reading this article, I was imagining some little dicked doctor actually spewing that crap and getting head nods from other little dicked doctors. All the while they are all thinking ” Damn, I wish there were a way to get a bigger dick”. Maybe we should send the Dr. an invitation to Thunder’s Place. HaHaHa!


The Plumber Starting @ 6.5x5 bpe 12/20/03 Now 7.0"x5-1/8" bpel 1/20/04 Goal @ 8.5x6.5 bpe

Alright! Now THAT is what I like to see in the media.

BWAHAHHAHAHAHAHA!

SS4

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There are no proven non-surgical methods of penile enlargement.

he-he.

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Also, according to many women’s magazine surveys, “size doesn’t matter.”

Ha-ha! Oh boy, this is funny.


"Only enemies speak the truth; friends and lovers lie endlessly, caught in the web of duty". -Roland, in Stephen King's The Last Gunslinger

I think it’s very sweet of the “scientists” to all the time find out that the average erect penis is smaller than everybody has always thought. However, to try to convince people that the average BPEL is 12.8cm seems a little over-ambitious to me.

I think someone here like TT or Dino must be writing these articles. :) Way to go guys!

So you fuckers have been lieing to me this whole time. I’m hurt, very hurt.

Bastards you all!!


You all are still missing the point... The story was great and all but should have ass (and) some anal in it.- RWG

5 inches erect is the ‘average’? - no way am I having that. I’m now at 7 inches erect and if it honestly doesnt look that big to me. 5 inches seems way underestimated to me.

There is no doubt in my mind that women prefer larger dicks. Even if it is more a psychological than physiological thing for them. Most of that report is BS really innit?!!

I’m just wondering if these “reliable sources” also spoke on the condition of anonymity?

Seems like any time there is something controversial said, it always comes from an In-named source.

IW8


IW8 4/2003 5.5 BPEL 4.5 EG 218 lbs 4/2004 6.875 BPEL 5.0 EG 198 lbs

Next stop 7.0 BPEL !

I wonder if we all sent a bunch of e-mails to CNN, whether they would actually look into Thunder’s and make up their own minds about it? ……….NAH!

IW8


IW8 4/2003 5.5 BPEL 4.5 EG 218 lbs 4/2004 6.875 BPEL 5.0 EG 198 lbs

Next stop 7.0 BPEL !

Originally Posted by i_want_8_inches
I wonder if we all sent a bunch of e-mails to CNN, whether they would actually look into Thunder’s and make up their own minds about it? ……….NAH!

IW8


In case they would, let’s not do that.

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