I have to go and get a physical in a week and I was wondering if it's alright to ask my doctor questions like, "Is my penis normal size", and things like that. Are those kinds of questions taboo in the doctor's office?View Thread
I actually already went about 2 weeks ago, but I did get to ask him some of the questions I wanted to ask. I didn't get to ask him about my penis size because the situation wasn't right. While he was checking my lower abdomen and I was laying on the exam chair, the blood started flowing a little bit down there. When it came time to examine my testicles, my penis was about 35% erect so asking him if my penis size was normal wasn't the same as if I was completely flaccid. I actually do know a lot of information about penis size, it's just that I wanted to ask someone who actually sees a lot of penises on a daily basis.View Thread
1) 4-5" long 2) 7.5" x 5.5" in girth 3) I'd like it to be thicker and a little bit longer. By the way, how are most of you guys measuring your penis? Are you placing the ruler next to your penis and slightly pressing it against your pubic bone or just laying it on top of your penis?View Thread
Thanks everybody, your answers are really helpful. It's been almost 4 years since my last physical and I wanted to ask when I was younger but I was too shy to ask. I'll have a different doctor this time since I'm an adult (20) and I was wondering if it will be much different from when you have a physical when you're a teen. By the way Rokk_man my penis curves to the right a little bit when it's erect too.View Thread
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