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A new study on the penis reassures men: "A small penis is not necessarily small. Maybe yours has grown" - voila! health

2023-03-23T09:47:10.854Z


"Hard" news for show-offs: a study found that most men with a smaller-than-average penis actually have a similar size to those with a larger-than-average penis - when both are examined in an erect position


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Not many of you know this slang, so we'll start with an explanation.

The "growers" (growers) are men whose penis grows drastically when it goes from a flaccid state to an erection and the "showers" (showers) are men whose penis does not grow substantially when it becomes erect.

"Growers" usually have an average or smaller than average penis that grows significantly when erect and "Showers" have a larger than average penis both in a relaxed and erect state.



Now that we have explained to you what the two categories are, we can tell you about the new study that dealt with size differences between a flaccid and erect penis and tried to determine what percentage of men are "Growers" and what percentage of men are "Showers".

Spanish urologists presented their research findings recently at the European Union of Urology Congress in Milan, Italy.



The researchers say this research is important to urologists for performing penile medical procedures, but it likely has a stronger psychological impact than medical.

"It is important to be able to predict in advance whether a patient is a 'grower' or a 'shower,' since when we urologists see them, they are usually in a flaccid state," lead researcher Dr. Manuel Alonso-Issa said in a statement, "if they get much bigger when they are erect , that may mean they need a different surgical approach compared to a person whose has not grown as much."

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According to the results, the average penis grows by 42% when it is erect compared to its condition when it is flaccid.

Men whose penises grew more than 56% from flaccid to erect were classified by the researchers as "growers," while men whose penises grew less than 31% when erect were defined as "showers."

The ultrasound scans concluded that 24% of the men were "Growers" while 25% were "Showers", almost the same number.

Most of the men in the study (51%) fell into the "gray zone" between the two categories.





So what are you - Grower or Shower?

Alonso-Issa - who works at HM Puerta del Sur in Madrid - stated that the study "found no correlation between age, weight, smoking or other co-morbidities - with penis growth".

Men who were "Showers" tended to have longer penises when flaccid (average of 11.3 centimeters or 4.44 inches) and "Growers" men had smaller penises when flaccid (average of 8.8 cm or 3.46 inches). Men in both The groups reached similar lengths in the erect position.

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Professor Maarten Albersen, a urologist at the University of Leuven, Belgium, said there was likely no medical implication for either category.

However, he admitted that it has a psychological effect on many men.

"This is a frequent area of ​​concern for our patients," the doctor said in a press release — insisting that men should only be concerned about potential erectile dysfunction, not size.



The new research comes after a recent Stanford University study revealed that the average penis size has increased by 24% over the past three decades.

Experts say that phallic inflation is due to unhealthy habits, such as junk food, lack of exercise and infections.

"Any change in our body's development is alarming because our reproductive system is one of the most important parts of human biology," study author Dr. Michael Eisenberg told Stanford Medicine's Scope blog. "If we see this rapid change, it means something big is going on." to our bodies".

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According to a study published in the World Journal of Men's Health, the average length of an erect penis has increased by 24 percent over the past 29 years, from 12.2 to 15.24 cm. The researchers, led by Stanford University urologist Dr. Michael Eisenberg, We examined data from 75 studies from 1942 to 2021 that included almost 56 thousand men.

The upward trend was found in "several regions of the world, and in all age groups," researchers said.



"The million dollar question is why this happened," says Eisenberg, according to USA Today.

According to him, one possible explanation is that men, like women, reached sexual maturity earlier, which gave all their body parts more time to grow.

Another possibility is that the penis is not growing, but the method of measurement has changed in recent decades.

And a final possibility is that everyone is lying about their penis size.



Although more research is needed to confirm the findings and "determine the cause" of the changes, the conclusions of this study are difficult for experts to swallow.

"Chemical exposure to pesticides or hygiene products can be one of the various causes of rapid growth," Eisenberg added, "Such chemicals can disrupt the endocrine system, which regulates hormones in the body."

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