ONE VIEW POINT
NO DIFFERENCE IN PENIS SIZE OF ASIANS AND EUROPEAN/US MEN
In an article concerning penis size, Dr. David Delvin, GP and family planning specialist, states that there is no correlation between penile size and race. In particular, myths of Asian men having smaller penis size than Caucasian men is untrue as the size of the average non-erect Chinese penis is no different than that of Westerners.
OTHER VIEW POINT
Indian Council of Medical Research study finding as reported by BBC:
"about 60% of Indian men have penises which are between three and five centimetres shorter than international standards used in condom manufacture.
However, the study also stated that "data collected in Mumbai till 2001 showed that
60% of the participants measured 126 to 156 mm [5 to 6.1 inches] in length and
30% between 100 and 125 mm [4 to 5 inches] ."
A widespread research done by Dr. Gomez de Diego, director of the medical company Andromedical specialised in andrology, in 2001, took into consideration several studies by physicians of different nationalities. He concluded that the average erect penis size for adult men is 14 cm, confirming the aforementioned research carried out by Dr Eduardo Gomez de Diego.
The studies of average erect penis length conducted on adult men worldwide included
- United States 12.9 cm,
- France 16 cm,
- Italy 16 cm,
- Mexico 15.9,
- Germany 14.48 cm,
- Japan 13.0 cm,
- Saudi Arabia 12.4 cm,
- Brazil 12.4 cm,
- Greece 12.18,
- India 10.2 cm and
- South Korea 9.6 cm.
In a 2005 study, "Penile measurements in normal adult Jordanians and in patients with erectile dysfunction," the purpose of the work was to determine penile size in adult normal (group one, 271) and impotent (group two, 109) men. In group one mean midshaft circumference was 8.98±1.4 cm (3.54±0.55 in), mean flaccid length was mean 9.3±1.9 cm (3.66±.75 in), and mean stretched length was 13.5±2.3 cm (5.31±.91 in). In group two, mean flaccid length was 7.7±1.3 cm (3.03±.51 in), and mean stretched length was 11.6±1.4 cm (4.57±.55 in).
This article or section may contain original research or unverified claims.
Dr. Ashok Koparday
MBBS, FC SEPI
Center for Therapy, Education, Research in
Sex, Marriage, Relationships
Ex. Teaching Faculty
Seth G. S. Medical College and K. E. M. Hospital and
Grant Medical College and Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals
University of Mumbai, India
ASK ON MOBILE