Penis Size - What Is The Average Penis Size & Normal Shape Of A Man's Willy

Is your penis normal? Unless you have two them then it is likely your penis falls in the category of what is deemed normal. A normal penis can be any shape or size. Just because you're John Thomas is not as big as the next bloke's, or as fat, thin or long, it shouldn't give you reason to think your penis is abnormal. In fact, have you not thought it may be the next bloke's penis that is not natural?

No matter whom you look to for reassurance, if you're concerned about the size of your willy you may want proof of normality written down in black and white. Some men will only accept evidence this way before listening to other guys.

Nearly every fella is curious about their penis and how it measures up, and this is perfectly natural. A normal size penis is not limited to one a particular notch on the ruler. The penis at specific stages while man is developing will appear different. Some lads as early as 9 may see change while others don't until 15 or over.

All men vary, so making a prediction for normal growth is difficult to accurately determine. When lads hit puberty, it is the time they begin to notice transformations happening in and around their body. Puberty brings pubic hair development, testicular growth, muscle development, and a growth spurt. Despite what you hear fella's don't go spending your hard earned cash on products to help increase (growth) the size of your Willy because they don't work. There are no exercises, supplements, or secret diets that speed up penis development or change the size.

Aside from the size of the penis being the most common worry other concerns include, if the skin covering the penis is normal or if it's OK for the penis to hang to the left or right (yes they are.) At the time of puberty have regular testicular exams. If you're stressing out about development because your comparing yourself to the other guy, don't, he's probably at a different stage of development than you.

What is the normal size of man's penis? Let's not use the word normal but the more fitting, "average." Average simply means seeing "lots" of penis's the same size. Men who worry over the size of their penis often suffer serious bouts of low self esteem and depression; this is not good for their health. Both issues can affect a man mentally and his performance in the bedroom.

When men come looking for answers their reason is usually connected to sex. If sex weren't part of the equation, men would be content with the size of their penis, and not bothered if it were normal or not. Man and his penis have a purpose to serve, so therefore want their penis in tip top shape to fulfill the purpose it was created for.

To give an accurate size of the average penis is difficult due to how each man measures himself. To find out what is logged down as average might include you checking out health sites and their surveys carried out to draw your own conclusions based on them. For instance, one most relied upon studies was performed by renowned sex researcher Dr. Kinsey in the 1940s. The research for the average penis size involved about 3,500 college age men. The results were that the average erect length was about 6.21 inches, while the average erect girth was 4.85 inches. The final outcome was questioned and voted unreliable due to the fact that all men who took part were of the same race, nationality, and age white, American, and college age, respectively. Furthermore, the study was carried out in private quarters, wherein the men measured their own bits.

Penis Problems (Male Conditions)

How serious should a condition be before a man seeks medical attention? It's not about seriousness. If there is a condition present then see your GP. Most men only seek medical help if they have painful erections and/or difficulty with sexual intercourse, this is not good lads. If there is problem get it checked out.

Peyronie's Disease

Primary symptom of Peyronie's disease is curving of the penis when erect. Pain is another symptom which worsens as the penis becomes increasingly distorted. A bend in the penis, usually at the top of the shaft causes an upward bend. Curvatures that show towards the bottom of the penis shaft usually cause a downward bend. Other pain is set off by hardened, cord-like legions. The legions harden as a result of the formation of solid plaque on the upper or lower side of the penis in layers holding erectile tissue. Plaque can cause inflammation which can develop into a full scar with hard and rigid scar tissue.

If the penis is affected by Peyronie's disease it typically bends in one direction, often with the angle of curvature in excess of 45 degrees. There's no need to become frantic if it's slightly curved, but if curving happens suddenly, or the penis has suffered some sort of strain talk to your doctor. Symptoms of Peyronie's Disease can gradually develop or rapidly occur. Usually if it is quick, it is sometimes due to a penile injury.


Young boys born with Hypospadias have a urethral opening on the bottom of the shaft of their penis (where they urinate and ejaculate) rather than at the end. Roughly10% of the 400 to 500 new born babies with the condition has undescended testicles. Surgery to rectify Hypospadias is normally done before the lad reaches school age/puberty. The operation involves creating a tube to lengthen the urethra to the end of the penis. The original hole is normally left as it is since the urethra now bypasses it.


Priapism is a condition you can't ignore, as it can be serious and painful. It is an involuntary prolonged painful erection that men have no control over that won't deflate for hours on end or days. The erection is not linked to sexual stimulation. It can affect all men, and is a critical crisis with risks of subsequent impotency. Chiefly, priapism is the result of penile upset or infection. Secondary causes involve sickle cell disease, stroke or spinal cord injury.


Phimosis causes tightening of the foreskin that thwarts full retraction of the foreskin from the top of the penis. There are two usual types, infant Phimosis and acquired Phimosis. Infant Phimosis has an easily identifiable tubular form...and grown up or acquired Phimosis is a thin contour of skin tissue sited towards the front of the inner foreskin that tapers the opening of the foreskin, A phimotic ring can hinder and prevent retraction of the foreskin over and behind the glans. Foreskin can get wedged behind the glans causing excruciating pain. Treatment for Phimosis is normally circumcision, but not in all cases. It would depend on the degree of Phimosis.

One of two questions asked regular is, is it normal for thick veins to be seen running along the penis. Yes. Veins run through all body parts and the penis is no exception. For some men, the appearance or change in color of veins is a result of poorly functioning valves in their testicles. There are a great number of veins around the penis, but one most noticeable is located on the top of the penis called the dorsal vein. To achieve an erection an ample amount of blood is brought by arteries to the sinuses in the body of the penis. The blood is then drained out through the veins in order for the penis to become flaccid.

The second questioncan men get thrush. Yes they can.

Something tells me you're here because you have a worry over your penis, if so what you read here won't cure your problem. Information as such is a quick fix, in either putting your mind at rest or making you aware about any condition you "may" have.

by : Kacy Carr
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