The subject of how to measure penis size may seem somewhat obtuse on the surface but it really isn’t. If you wish to increase the size of your penis, you will need to know exactly how to properly measure the penis in order to ensure you are on your way to achieving your desired size goals. Without knowing your current size and without being able to effectively chart your progress, you will not succeed with any of your enlargement plans.
So, here is some insight into how to measure penis size:
You will need to measure your size three ways:
- Flaccid length size
- Bone pressed size
- Non-bone pressed size
All three of these measuring steps are needed to ensure that you have an accurate assessment of your size and your progress. By not having a clear idea as to your true size, you won’t be able to effectively gauge whether or not your enlargement plans are delivering results.
The most important of these three is bone pressed measurement since it allows you to discover the actual size of the penis as opposed to what is “revealed” beyond the fatty tissue buffer above the pubic bone. This is achieved by placing a ruler on the top side of an erect penis and pressing the end of the ruler into the pubic bone. The result reflected by the ruler will be the exact true length of your penis.
Non-bone pressed entails the measuring of the erect penis that is visible. This is done in the same manner as the previous measurement process with the obvious difference being the ruler is not directly pressed into the bone.
One thing that needs to be pointed out here is the penis must be fully erect when measured. This is why it is suggested to use penis pills known for their ability to make an erection firm prior to measuring it. Again, the goal here is to gain an accurate and consistent gauge of your penis’ size. This is only possible when your penis is completely erect.
Measuring the flaccid length of the penis is done in the same way you would measure non-bone pressed length. The obvious difference is that your will not be erect at the time. Some may wonder why it is important to measure flaccid length.
The reason is you may experience an increase in flaccid length but not erect length. This, essentially, means your penis size is unchanged and you will need to take note of such things when seriously engaged in increasing the size of penis length.
When taking part in a penis enlargement program, you do not want to measure the length of your penis too frequently. The reason is the size of the penis does not grow rapidly and it is a gradual process.
Therefore, it is best to measure gains once every two or three weeks. You will likely only see minor increases in size but that it not a problem. Seeing no increase in size would be the problem.