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No.: Erection hardness and durability are due to blood flow within the penis and not muscle strength. Thus, weights or resistance training will not change the character of erections. Because erections are dependent on blood flow, a diet & exercise that promote overall cardiovascular health is the best thing you can do. Diabetes & vascular disease are important causes of erectile dysfunction. ...Read more
Tell me this is it true or not true that a fat man lose let's say 50 pounds and by him losing that weight his penis gets larger?
No - but....: Dear panther, that is not true. The fact of the matter is that fatty tissue around the penis, can engulf it & give the illusion that the penis is shorter than it is. By losing weight, & fat around the pubic & abdominal area, more of the penis' full length become visible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Other than genetics, what can determine penis size? What about weight, strength, hand size, race, health, etc?
Only genes: Nothing else. Voice depth, hand or foot size are myths as being related to penis size. ...Read more
Penile length: The simple answer is yes for most folks who are overweight. The adipose tissue ie fat hanging over the "belly" tends to shroud the penis. Fatty tissue converts testosterone to estrogen so an abundance of fat /adipose tissue potentially has a 2 prong effect on penile length. ...Read more
I am very thin . How to become fat .My height is 172 CM and weight fifty . Age twenty . My penis also thin .
What do you want?: You are a young man and you almost certainly want lean muscle, not fat. You are probably also light-framed like brad pitt -- it's a plus overall. Hit the gym and do resistance work. Make friends with guys who lift. Ask your physician if creatine and/or an electronic muscle stimulator is in order. Plenty of protein, consider a cheap protein supplement. Your penis won't change & is probably fine. ...Read more