Most men have some worries when it comes to their pe nises. They might experience a few abnormalities, or they simply wonder if everything is alright down there. Some guys might feel shy about having to discuss these issues openly.
Here are seven most common pe nis-. questions and answers.
1. How big is the average pe nis erect and flaccid?
The average length of the erect pe nis is about 5.2 inches (13.2cm) in length and 4.6 inches (11.7cm) in circumference, and at normal temperatures a non-erect pe nis usually measures 3.6 inches (9.1cm) from tip to base and 3.7 (9.3cm) inches in circumference.
2. Should I be worried if my pe nis is curved?
If the pe nis is slightly curved or bent when erect, the chance is that there is nothing to worry about.
It is very common, so if it has always been like that, then the chances are it is completely normal.
3. Will my pe nis shrink as I get older?
The pe nis does shrink a small amount with age. The difference is so minor, that it is often not noticeable – men can generally lose about half an inch between their 30s and 60s.
It is also common for men to put on abdominal fat during this time, which has the effect of making the pe nis look smaller than it actually is.
4. How likely is it that I will experience erec tile dysfunction?
The National Institutes of Health state that around 5% of 40-year-old men and 15% to 25% of 65-year-old men experience erectile dysfunction on a regular basis.
5. How can i prevent erec tile dysfunction?
Smoking, being overweight and medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol cause calcification of blood vessels, including those in the pe nis, which in turn reduces blood flow to the pe nis.
6. What should I do if I notice any lumps or bumps on my test icles?
Lumps and bumps can be an indicator of many different causes. Head straight to your nearest doctor if you notice anything irregular.
7. How can I make my pe nis bigger?
There are some claims that natural methods can increase pe nis size, but there’s not enough evidence to prove they really work.
Cosmetic surgery can be done on any body part, including pe nises, but it won’t necessarily lead to increased pleasure. It’s better to become more accepting and comfortable with that part of your body rather than focussing on trying to change it.