Posted on: October 3, 2021
Two-thirds of all men think their penis is too small, while 85% of women rate the penis length as fine. Women find other qualities more important. The penis size is one of the less important factors for women. What matters most is how you use it!
The human penis (Latin phallus) is the male sex organ that is used for urination and copulation.
In humans, it is located at the base of the urinary bladder, below the pelvic diaphragm.
Worldwide the average length of an erect penis is 13.1 centimeters.
✦ Men in Congo have the largest with an average of 18 centimeters.
✦ In Asia they have the smallest, 10 centimeters.
✦ In Europe, Icelandic men are number 1, with approximately 15 centimeters.
✦ The Dutch have to be satisfied with the global average of 13,1 centimeters.
Men are sometimes obsessive about the size of their penis. While many women find qualities such as humor, friendliness, intelligence and physique more important than the size of a penis. All studies show that. There is only one remedy: reassure them, tell men the size is okay.
A penis has no bone, so in the literal sense of the word it cannot break.
Penile fractures already exist: this happens when a phallus receives a hard blow or push, causing the firm connective tissue around the erectile tissues in the penis to burst.
Such a snap can be heard ‘as if a branch or root is breaking’. The most common cause is when the penis slips out of the sheath or anus and misses the opening with great force when it wants to go back in. It’s rare and if it does happen? Get dressed and take your partner to a doctor urgently.
Many men fall asleep immediately after sex. Why not enjoy some time together? There is a natural explanation for this. When you have an orgasm, a blissful mixture of hormones and chemicals is released that acts on the brain. That mixture contains, among other things, prolactin, a hormone that stimulates the brain to sleep. This prolactin level also rises in women after sex, but to a much lesser extent.
‘Lack of strength’, that is the translation of the Latin impotencia. The causes have been debated for centuries. Nowadays there are roughly two causes: organic and psychogenic (caused by the mind). If it’s not diabetes or high blood pressure, it’s best for women to start the conversation.
Perhaps there is fear. It may sound crazy, but the reassurance that there is no serious cause is often enough to get him up.
Barring exceptions, there’s no such thing as dead straight penissen. It is sometimes said that a genital area points to the side of the hand used in masturbation: to the left for left-handers, to the right for right-handers. Incorrect! The curvature has a genetic cause.
Research shows that many pills and ointments contain dangerous substances such as lead, insecticides and poo. A vacuum pump can help with impotence, but it won’t lengthen your penis. Stretching exercises to increase height (jelqing) are harmless, but evidence that it works is lacking.
A penis puller makes the penis longer, but also thinner. “A vacuum pump is also used for this purpose, but no good studies have been conducted.” Surgery has limited success and produces an increase of up to one to two centimeters. “Cosmetic doctors place fatty tissue, from the man himself, under the penis skin to get more volume. That can cause serious problems, such as serious infections
Surgery is an option, albeit risky. Ligamentolysis occurs most often, with the result that the penis hangs 1 to 3 centimeters more. It doesn’t get bigger with an erection. Don’t take any risks. If your penis works, leave it alone.
Men get 11 erections a day in average, usually without sexual stimulation, and sometimes at times when it’s inconvenient.
It has to do with your hormone balance. An erection is induced by the autonomic nervous system. The urologist advises to leave that pole in your pants for what it is.
Or think of something asexual: food you don’t like or cleaning your bathroom. Babies also get erections. Don’t worry: they help to keep the blood circulation going and are good for the development of the penis.
You don’t need scented soap for a clean penis. It is even not recommended: soap dries out the skin and removes protective substances.
Only water is sufficient, with or without a neutral soap. A wash every other day is sufficient. And check your balls once a month. Do this preferably in the shower: the warm water relaxes the scrotum. Check for swelling, hardness or soreness.
Images of a phallus are of all times and always a symbol of power. Photos that men send of their genitals, dick pics, are going around on Snapchat and the dating app Tinder. Most women find them downright offensive, based on Norwegian research. It makes them feel uncomfortable and no woman gets turned on by it.
Ginseng has been shown to have some effect on the erection of men with erectile dysfunction. However, that does not mean that a penis at rest will become larger or that the erection length increases.
Penis pills are a popular way to try to enlarge the penis, but do they work? Here are some penis pill facts to help you make an informed decision.
Some penis pills contain herbs that have been traditionally used to treat sexual dysfunction and increase libido. These herbs include ginseng, maca, and cordyceps. Others contain ingredients that claim to increase blood flow to the penis, such as L-arginine. Some penis pills also contain substances that reportedly boost testosterone levels, such as tribulus terrestris.
Scientific evidence to support the claims made about these ingredients is limited. There is some evidence that certain herbs, such as ginseng, may have a positive effect on sexual function. However, more research is needed to confirm these effects. There is also no evidence that penis pills can permanently enlarge the penis. In fact, some of the ingredients in penis pills can actually cause side effects like headaches, dizziness, and gastrointestinal problems. So before you take any penis pills, be sure to do your research and consult with a healthcare professional to see if they’re right for you.
1. The animal with the longest penis is the blue whale. The average blue whale penis is around 8 feet long, but some specimens have been recorded at up to 16 feet in length.
2. Not all animal penises are straight. The Tasmanian devil, for example, has a spiral-shaped penis that is thought to help remove competitor’s sperm from a female’s reproductive tract.
3. Some animal penises are detachable. male ring-tailed lemurs have barbed penises that they use to scrape off any rival sperm before ejaculating themselves. After mating, the lemur will eat his own detachable penis to regain lost nutrients.
4. Several animal species are capable of erecting their penises on command. These include the walrus, hyena, and echidna.
5. Animal penises come in a variety of colors, including black, green, blue, and purple. The color is thought to be dictated by blood flow and pigment cells in the skin.