Normal Size Penis

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by Freddie53, Jul 2, 2005.

  1. Freddie53

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    What is average and what is normal may not be the same.

    1. This first site is what is normal. The magazine Urology considers normal to be 1.6 inches or longer flaccid and 2.6 inches or longer stretched out. Please notice this is not average. It is a length "normal" OR LONGER. Have never seen it expressed this way. The point seems to be that "unless" you are below these lengths as an adult you have a normal penis. It may be way below the average, but it is still normal.

    http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/newsArticl...NIS-SIZE-DC.XML


    2. This site starts out with the famous Kinsey Study, then lists another study with average of 5.1 inches and another study with average of 5.7 inches.

    http://www.edu.uni-klu.ac.at/~amiklaut/dr_nick/answer19.htm

    3. This site has several sizes of penises that can be printed and and cut out. It gives you a definite visual idea of what various sizes of penises look actually look like.

    http://www.neo-tech.com/penis/

    4. This next site lists the five stages of puberty for guys. The home page covers a lot more. I copied the specific page that has the stages of puberty. You have to scroll down a little to find it. It starts out with questions and answers.

    http://www.puberty101.com/p_pubguys.shtml

    5. This site is from Men's Health. This physician states that the average flaccid length is from 2.5 top 4.5 inches and the average erect penis is from 4 to 8 inches.

    My own research of sites indicates that this can be translated to mean that most guys will fall into this range as this is a fairly large range in size. Though this last statement is an editorial from me.

    http://menshealth.about.com/cs/penishealth...enis_size_3.htm

    Comments:

    I will post more sites on this post #1 as I find them.

    Feel free to post your own sites. I have two requests.

    One: Is that they have documentation. I found one which was very much in detail. But it gave no dates, how the measurements were done, who did it, etc. So I did not list that site here.

    Two: Please give a short description as I have done. This thread could end up with many, many web sites. It would be helpful to all to give a short description. Then the reader can choose whether to go to that site for additional information.

    Freddie
     
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    There have been lots of response in reading this. I will add some more sites later. Do feel free to add your own. I am asking that you give a brief describtion of what is on the web site that you are recommending. Also that the web site have something to substantiate itself. As in Men's Heath article, Dr. Snodgrass at the University of Learning, or this study was done in this mannor. Without substantiation, the web site doesn't carry much weight.
     
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    Thanks for the pm's. And I am amazed at how many have visited this site. Feel free to critique a site. You may see reasons to question the findings that I didn't find. And I am sure there are sites that I have missed that need to be posted.
     
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