Many men worry about manhood size, but there’s usually no need to do so. Here’s what a man needs to know about normal manhood size and male organ shape.
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By John Dugan
It’s important for a man to recognize that his worries about manhood size and shape are often unfounded. In fact, most men worry about their manhood size, usually by thinking it is far too small. They might also worry about their male organ shape, thinking that it is far too thin. But what really matters is what a man does with it, and that starts with excellent member care. It also extends to know what is really worrisome when it comes to manhood size and shape. Here’s what a man needs to know.
Unfortunately, many men think their member is not large enough, even though it is probably right where it should be. Though the studies on manhood size vary, what most have found is that “normal” manhood size is anywhere from four inches to six inches in length. However, even men who are smaller than that four inches can have a fulfilling and completely happy sensual life.
Men who are very worried about manhood size that is less than this, such as a guy packing two inches or less, might want to visit their doctor just to rule out any underlying problems. However, it is important to remember that even at this size, a guy can be perfectly normal.
Shape matters to a guy, too. Most studies have found that the average guy measures at four to five inches in circumference. But again, it’s important to remember that a man who falls outside of that range is likely perfectly normal.
One of the things about male organ shape that might be abnormal is excessive curvature. Most men have some natural curvature of the member, and this is nothing to worry about. But when the curvature is severe enough to cause pain or trouble with partner coupling, it might be something known as Peyronie’s disease.
Peyronie’s disease results from the buildup of scar tissue, also known as plaque, within the member. This scar tissue forms as the result of trauma to the member. It might be a one-time sudden trauma, such as getting hit in the midsection with a baseball, or it might be small traumas that build up over time, such as the minor tears that occur when a man self-pleasures with no creme. Eventually the scar tissue in one area doesn’t allow the member to expand as it should, and the organ then bends too far to one side.
There are a few other things to keep in mind about a healthy member. Many men worry about the color of their member, but the fact is that the member can come in many colors – from a pale white to a dark red, almost purple, are common. The member is usually a slightly darker hue than a man’s overall skin tone. But if a guy has dark spots on what is otherwise a lighter-colored member, that might be cause to visit the doctor to rule out any problems.
To help ensure good health, a guy should inspect his male organ every day for signs of things that might be going wrong. While he’s doing that inspection, he can help ensure even better health by using a member health crème(health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A good crème will include a multitude of healthy vitamins, such as C and D, as well as Shea butter, a high-end emollient. Antioxidants and amino acids round out the beneficial ingredients of the best health crème on the market.