Surgeon names one part of body that ‘reveals your penis size’ – and it’s not your feet

An expert has shared that there is a part of a man’s body that could reveal how large your penis is – and despite the rumours, it isn’t actually the hands or the feet

There’s a body part you can look at to tell the size of someone’s penis (Stock Image)(Getty Images)

How well-endowed a man is wouldn’t be a dealbreaker for many, but if you were curious to know the size of your man’s penis before he even takes his clothes off, a medical expert has shared there’s a body part you could look at as an indicator.

A leading urologist and pelvic surgeon has now explained how most ways to ‘tell’ how well-endowed a man is are fake, but there is a way to check how large a man’s penis may be.

The classic myth suggests there is a correlation between the size of a bloke’s hands or feet and the size of his manhood, however, Dr Rena Malik told the Diary of a CEO podcast that the only serious research into the topic came up with a very different body part.

Shockingly, she explained: “There’s one study – it’s a Japanese study where they looked at only Japanese men so there are some limitations – but they measured all these body parts and penile length and they found was that nose length was correlated with penile length, not hand length or foot.”

So, it turns out that rather than looking at a man’s feet or hands, you should be looking at his nose to determine how large his penis is. Dr Malik says that penis anxiety has hit an all-time high, but claims there is a device that may help.

“The safest and most reliable way is using a traction device”, she says. “These are devices that are made for penile lengthening but they’re also made for men who have something called Peyronie’s disease.”

According to Mayo Clinic, Peyronie disease is “a condition in which fibrous scar tissue forms in the deeper tissues under the skin of the penis. This causes curved, painful erections. It also can make the penis shorter while erect.”

Dr Malik said: “The original traction devices that were studied you would have to use them for 6 to 8 hours a day for several months to see a 2cm increase in length.” She added that more modern devices can achieve similar results with less time commitment, but apparently, evolution is doing the work for us anyway.


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