HOW TO MEASURE PENIS SIZEAND WHAT TO DO NEXT IF YOU'RE DISAPPOINTED
Credit to SFM for penis measurement video!
Ever wondered your actual size?
Want to compare to other guys to see if you're bigger?
You're in the right place.
Here, you're going to learn:
and the 3 key penis size measurements and how to do them correctly.
I measured my penis and I'm average sized. Now what?
So you know how long and thick you are.
Hopefully you don't have micropenis, which is less than 1 inch.
Most lie in the average 5 inch penis range and wonder if that's small.
And some guys are too thin.
Most guys are actually not fully happy with their penis size, and want to do something about it.
Luckily for you, here are all the different methods for adding size:
"Hey man, here are some things you can do to handle your current measurement."
Kind regards, Dr. Matsumoto
Micropenis: What is It? Do I have it?
Micropenis is used to describe an unusually small penis.
One way of defining micropenis is to first measure the erect penile length, and the result is at least 2.5 standard deviations smaller than the average human penis size.
It is also defined when a man's penis is smaller than about 7 cm (2 3⁄4 in) for an adult. The average erection of a penis should be 12.5 cm (5 in).
The penis size condition is recognized at a young age.
Micropenis, the term, is used in the medical context when the rest of the penis, scrotum, and perineum are without ambiguity, such as hypospadias.
Micropenis occurs in about 0.6 percent of men.
Measure Your Penis More Accurately:
They key is to make sure your measuring technique is the same every time you do a measurement.
How to Measure Penis Size More Accurately:
- Practice measuring.
- Always take the measurement at the same starting spot.
- Measure at the same time every day (morning, afternoon, or night).
Measuring your penis properly is the first step in any penis enlargement training program.
It accurately sets the starting point so that you can truly determine if you're making the right progress.
In this article we discussed how to take do the following measurements:
- Bone-Pressed Flaccid Measurement
- Bone-Pressed Erect Measurement
- Girth Measurement
Now, if you're looking to actually add some size to your starting measurement - you may be interested in our tool that thousands of men already use.
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