Weight Loss, Size Gain?

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  1. Novus

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    For most of my life I've been pretty fat, but this year I made a New Year's resolution to lose weight, and so far have lost nearly 30 pounds. I'm about half way to my goal. The interesting thing is that since this started I've gone from 7.5x5 to 8.25x almost 6. I also have significantly better orgasms. Is it normal to have such a significant size gain from weight loss, and can I expect this to continue for the remaining 25 pounds I have left to lose?
     
  2. D_Jared Padalicki

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    Congrats man, also your fatpad is disapearing now you are losing weight, so that is the reason your dick is bigger probably. Don't give up! Goo dluck!
     
  3. Jake90

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    Losing fat will certainly make it longer (well, actually it doesn't get longer, just less is concealed), but thicker is puzzling. Unless maybe through losing weight your heart is working better to pump it up with blood?
     
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    I lost 50+ pounds a little over a year ago. While my cock stayed the same size (although it looks larger with less fat), I became much more aware of my sexuality, and therefore, a much more sexual being, with my new body! You're doing great. Stay on the path. A new life is waiting!
     
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    Dr Oz said for every 30 lbs you lose, you gain an inch of penis length
     
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    I also heard Dr. Oz say the same thing. Just realize that at some time after all the fat is gone that no you can not loose any more.

    Congratulations to the topic originator.
     
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    Dr. Oz is definitely correct. I need to lose close to 30, and I'll definitely gain an inch. Thankfully, I'm not lacking, I'm packing!:biggrin1:
     
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    What's the normal or ideal weight for a 5'11" 26 y/o?
     
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    I know, I tried to lose 90lbs but I look horrible at less than 180lbs :tongue:
     
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    I do know that it works the other way around. I broke my ankle in six places last september and during that time i was bed ridden for a while then wheelchair and now walk with bad limp. I can't run or bike yet so with a gain of 40 pounds, I have lost an inch in penis length. very depressing since i don't have that much to begin with.
     
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    ouch tough luck man but good on evryone else who is losin mass
     
  12. D_Gunther Snotpole

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    180 lbs. gives you a BMI of 25.1.
    Is that a good weight? Depends on how muscular you are and how large your bones are.
    For many people of that height, 180 should be a reasonable weight.
     
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    Once you get more active again, rnk, here's hoping you lose the weight! When you do, no doubt that "missing" inch will return! Good luck!
     
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    About 5 years ago, I went from 265 to 175 and the 90lbs didn't change my size. I was large at both weights, maybe I was able to see a little more of it at 175lbs?? It may be perception more than anything, kind of like the skinny guys looking longer on lpsg.
     
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    I have a fat patch around my dick. If I lost weight I know it would show more of my dick but I dont really care.
     
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    Amen Brotha!:biggrin1:
     
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