How Does Penis Size Affect Lovemaking?

For men, love has always been battle for inches. However, the latest report reveals a “definitive length of typical manhood can allow many men breathe easier, even as they grab a ruler”.

And for guys who come up shorter than the standard dimensions, experts are prompt in nixing the stereotype that bigger is much better.

So, the question is, how does a regular guy size up? The average length of flaccid penis is about 3.6 inches whereas the length of an erect penis is about 5.16 inches. This is according to the paper titled “Am I normal?” that was published on Tuesday in the English Journal of Urology.

In order to ascertain such precise and delicate numbers, researchers from Britain assessed the data of ninety six previous papers that dealt with private parts of men, excluding most of them since they only focused on issues to do with health issues such as erectile dysfunction. During this meta analysis, twenty valid studies were left. Each study was conducted to gauge the length and circumference of a men’s penis. 15,521 was the total number of men in this unique scientific research gathering.

penis-sizeAccording to Dr. David Veale, a lead author, the goal of the project was to build “nomograms” (a graphical representation) of penile measurement spanning all races and ages.

Dr. Veale who is also a consultant psychiatrist at the NHS Trust says that the nomogram gives reassurance about what should be the normal size of a penis.

“For majority of ladies, the size that matters “is normally girth”, Dr. Veale said in a telephone conversation. “This is due to the fact that virgin’s sensitive part is normally the outer region”

In the research paper, Dr Veale and his colleagues add: “a man may present to sexual medicine clinics or urologists with a concern with his penile size, despite their size falling within the normal range. This kind of concern is commonly referred to as the “small penile syndrome or small penile anxiety”

“The “definitive” nomograms can assist clinicians to provide counseling services to these men”, the author said. He says that the measurements can also help to investigate the relationship between penile dimensions and condom failure.

Dr. Veale concludes that previous research had revealed that more than 85% of ladies felt satisfied with their men’s penile size. However, only 55 % of men got satisfied with their own penile size.

“Generally, raw numbers do not mean much as far as pleasing a partner is concerned”, observes an expert. He further notes that some guys that have smaller penis are more confident during love making, can find different positions and motions that gives a real stimulation compared to some guys that have larger penis size.

So, the bottom line is that size does not necessarily matter.