There is a large number of researches about the penis anatomy. Here is the basic information about it.
The penis comprises three tubes, basically: one on each side and one on the bottom, which contains the urethra and attaches to the glans. (You can also find additional diagrams in the library in a good book on human anatomy if you would like to know something more about it.)
Doctors believe that you should measure yourself before you start your enlargement regimen. Because a large number of guys measure
carelessly, then can't believe their original measurements once their penis starts getting much larger.
They advice you to do it before you start the enlargement technique. ...
The first your step should be measuring the erect length.
Just hold erection straight out from your body while standing. Then press the ruler against your pubic bone.
So, now you can measure to the tip of the penis
You may also have a question whether it is about the necessary to measure an erection. The answer of any doctor would be that of course you don’t have to do it each time. Because with the “dead stretch” technique you can check your maximum erect length without an erection. Here are some exercises given by doctors for increasing the length of your penis. First of all, you should stand with knees locked. Then hold penis behind the head and pull straight out. After that, just press ruler against your pubic bone to measure. Then you should also move your pelvis to learn exactly how to stand to make this measurement match your erect length.
You should move your pelvis to learn exactly how to stand to make this measurement match your erect length. Despite the fact, that erect length is very important, there’s also another important aspect for penis researches. It is the erect girth. There is a short and simple way to measure your erect girth. First of all, with a piece of string or cloth measuring tape, measure the circumference of your erect penis at mid-shaft. In case of lack a tape measure, you can also use a piece of string.
Let’s also talk about measuring the penis, when it gets flaccid. Everybody knows that the penis always decreases while flaccid. It also expands and contracts after the erection.
You should measure yourself many times in order to get the middle range of flaccid size. You may also use your hand; for example, one man’s hand measures almost exactly 3" across the knuckles. Doctors always advice to try lying on your back to measure the minimum.
There’s also one very effective and important way to measure your penis. You can do it by the visual comparisons .
- For example, compare yourself in the mirror with some object that will be around a few months from now – such as toilet paper tube or deodorant container.
- You know, these visual comparisons are much more powerful for measuring than simply using numbers. Because you can see them at once!
You have to know, that your penis comprises three tubes, basically: one on each side and one on the bottom, which contains the urethra and attaches to the glans, or head of the penis. (In case you would like to know some more about it, you can find diagrams in the library in a good book on human anatomy.)
Doctors have made the researches, that those tubes fill up with blood during an erection, and expand. And they also found out that the level of their expanding differs from person to person. Scientists have figured out, that with most men, the penis is smaller while flaccid and gets much larger when erect. You know, that the minority have penises roughly the same size flaccid and erect. They just get hard during the whole erection. Also, some people refer to "growers" and "show-ers."
You may heard that the two tubes on the sides (corpora cavernosa; singular corpus) are covered with fascia which attaches to suspensory ligaments, which in turn attach to the abdomen or the pubic bone.
You know, that when you feel a little bumpiness under the skin about halfway down your penis shaft, you're probably feeling the ligaments where they attach.
Everybody knows that alongside the dorsal vein on the top of the penis runs the dorsal nerve. That’s why the main problem with different loop attachment devices is that they tend to put the most pressure on the top of the penis, where there's the most chance of creating problems with vein or nerve. You have to know, that the spongy tissue of your penis extends inside your body as well (if you've never tried it, you can try to play around behind your balls the next time you have an erection).
Let’s say some words about the foreskin.
You know, the foreskin is pretty amazing stuff. One man said in his letter, that he made the comparisons on the right to try to get an idea what the difference in surface area is between when he’s soft and when he’s hard. Figuring out the length of the glans (1.25"), he found that the skin was almost triple the surface area during an erection. He also said that he had started to experiment with foreskin restoration before he got onto penis enlargement, and one of his frustrations was that he was so short that taping was very weird - it turned his penis into just a little stub. He also added that now, when he’s got over an inch more to play with, the process is a lot easier. But after this, he had an interesting question, because despite the amazing amount the foreskin can stretch, it can only stretch so far. He would like to ask, If you are very tightly circumcised, so that your skin is pulled completely taut during an erection, could it be that stretching your foreskin would allow your erection to naturally become a bit longer? Because as you know, 33 square inches – is almost three times the surface area!