Size could matter for men with fertility problems

Desiree Burns
October 9, 2018

Those with fertility problems tend to have penises around a third of an inch shorter when erect, on average, than men without any issues.

According to the data collected, men who were infertile had an average length of 4.92in compared to fertile men with 5.27in.

"It may not be a striking difference, but there was a clear statistical significance".

The research, to be presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine's conference in Denver, Colorado, this week, found that men who were infertile had penises about 1cm shorter than their fertile counterparts.

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Size really matters, because the study showed only one centimeter a significant effect on the reproductive function of men, reports The Sun. The last took part 815 men who held courses of treatment in a specialized male clinic. The participants accepted the doctors to measure their penises.

Length is important, the scientists concluded, because of a person with a small penis are more likely to experience problems with infertility. However, the review it's interesting, and the researchers admit that further research might be needed to confirm the results.

According to a new study conducted by United States researchers from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, men with small penises are more exposed to infertility.

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