the most accurate study I've seen

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  1. grandunification

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    ScienceDirect - The Journal of Urology : Penile Length in the Flaccid and Erect States: Guidelines for Penile Augmentation


    Click the pdf.

    They measure flaccid stretched length and then they did (non-bone pressed erect length) and also bone pressed erect length. And they measured girth at midshaft. Amazingly they even give the range of penises, so you can know the biggest one they measured.

    Here are the records in this survey of 80 men.

    erect length non bone pressed: 7.5 inches
    erect length bone pressed: 8.25 inches
    erect girth: 6.3 inches.


    and the averages:

    erect length non bone pressed: 5.1 inches
    erect length bone pressed: 6.2 inches
    erect girth: 4.85 inches

    The study was very scientific and included people from several races.
     
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    Unfortunately you have to purchase the PDF.

    Sounds about right though.
    Seeing all these big cocks on here makes one of an average size feel inadequate.

    Im just happy to have a hanger from P.E. activities.
    Would I be happier with more - you bet. But...its not everything.
     
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    Would love to see some more studies with bone-pressed data, like this one.
     
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    Are your measurements correct? It says cm in the infromation:

    Abstract

    Purpose

    We provide guidelines of penile length and circumference to assist in counseling patients considering penile augmentation.
    Materials and Methods

    We prospectively measured flaccid and erect penile dimensions in 80 physically normal men before and after pharmacological erection.
    Results

    Mean flaccid length was 8.8 cm., stretched length 12.4 cm. and erect length 12.9 cm. Neither patient age nor size of the flaccid penis accurately predicted erectile length. Stretched length most closely correlated with erect length.
    Conclusions

    Only men with a flaccid length of less than 4 cm., or a stretched or erect length of less than 7.5 cm. should be considered candidates for penile lengthening.
     
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    grandunification Well-Known Member

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    Yes, to get the values in inches, take the measurements in cm and divide each one by 2.54. For example: 12.9 cm = (12.9/2.54) inches = 5.1 inches.
     
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    That sounds about right :)

    Flaccid stretched length is usually about 1/2" +/- erect length.
     
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