Guys Are Right: Size Matters, When It Comes to Fertility
One of the most common questions that most men ask is, “does the size of a penis affect fertility?” The answer is yes. The size of a penis does really matter when it comes to fertility. In particular, a small penis (micropenis) does cause infertility problems in men.
The average size of a penis is said to be approximately 5.1 to 6.3 inches. Any penis that is less than 2.76 inches is considered as small. In as much as doctors say that size doesn't really matter when it comes to fertility, it's a now a fact that men with small penises are sub-fertile while others are completely infertile.
You might be wondering how small size is related with infertility. Well, according to research, a micropenis brings about many complications and most of them are fertility related. Apparently, a man with a micropenis has lower semen volume as well as low sperm count. The average number of sperms in a single ejaculation is said to be approximately 50 to 60 million per millilitre. A micropenis is said to produce about 20 million sperms per millilitre, which is way lower than average. A man without enough sperm count cannot father a child, and that's fact.
Another research from the University of Rochester Medical Centre indicated that the size of the penis does matter when it comes to fertility. Apparently, the research showed that men with small penises had reduced AGD measurements. AGD , anogenital distance, is the measurement from the anus to the nearest attachment of the scrotum to the body.
Apparently, men with an AGD measurement of less than two inches probably have fertility problems. This is due to the fact that lower AGD measurements were associated with lower sperm counts while higher AGD measurements were associated with higher than average sperm count.
The research also indicated that Phthalates, chemicals present in plastics and other personal items also affected the length of AGD and size of the penis in baby boys whose mother were exposed to them.
When a man realizes that the small size of his penis can cause infertility can be discouraging. Luckily, with technological advancements, there are many treatments that can help increase your sperm count. These treatments include certain medications, herbs and supplements, dietary changes and some specific exercises.
Still, in matters concerning a small penis size, there are various penis enlargement methods that you can use to increase the size of your penis. They include use of pills, surgery, creams, weights, pumps, as well as various exercises.
Therefore, in as much as people try to deny that the size of a penis doesn't really matter, the opposite is so true. The worst thing that a man can ever experience is being infertile, in addition to having a small penis. The thought of the inability to father a child can cause even worse complications to a man. The good thing is that it's possible to father a child, especially with today's technological advancement treatments.