Medical company studies average penis size worldwide....you know you wanna know
[ClickPress, Wed Jan 11 2006] Even in the globalized world we live in, there are still differences between countries that makes them unique. The language, the culture and now as scientific research has proved, the size of the male sexual organ.
Dr. Eduardo Gomez de Diego, CEO of Andromedical, a men’s medical company, decided it was time to confirm or deny the myths about the penis size around the world after treating more than 2,000 patients interested in enlarging the size of their penis. Dr. Gomez de Diego, the European Expert on such delicate issue, compiled scientific data from 15 countries.
The study results showed that the average world size penis when erect is 14 centimetres (5.5 inches). The biggest averages were registered in France 16 cm (6.2 in), Italy 15 cm (5.9 in), Mexico 14.9 cm (5.8 in) and Spain 14 cm (5.5 in). In the United States, the average is 12.9 cm (5 in) while in Venezuela is 12,7 cm (4.9 in), and in Brazil is 12.4 cm (4.8 in). The smallest averages were found in India 10.2 cm (3.9 in) and South Korea 9,6 cm (3.7 in).
Men not happy with their size may resort to several methods to increase or to
make equal the size of their penis to the their country average. Massages, Vacuum Pumps, Pills or surgery are different options but the only method scientifically proven with high efficiency is the penile extender.
Dr. Gomez de Diego, developer of the Andro-Penis®, the top sold penile extender in the world, explained, “with a penile extender the size of the penis can increase 1.2 to 2.0 inches (3-5 cm), with a 97.5 percent rate of efficiency. All this is achieved without an expensive operation, without pain and it is permanent.”
Penile extenders place tension, through traction, on the penile tissues. The practice of elongating tissues for physical length is an age-old practice. In ancient cultures this principle of traction has been used to enlarge different parts of the body, like the neck of the Giraffe women of the Paduang tribe in Burma, or like the lips and ears of other African and Amazon tribes who attach prostheses or weights for elongation.
The principle of traction is also used in plastic surgery for tissue expansion. The regeneration of new tissue is used to cover coetaneous, or skin defects, burns, and areas of hair loss.