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    This has truly confused me and further depressed me at times. I’m a solid 7” bone pressed even close to 7-1/4 , however I only have between 6” and 6-1/2 visible non bone pressed. I’m at a point where quite honestly 6-1/2 is something that isn’t huge but it’s not bad ….. 6-1/2 non bone pressed that is. I see so many different opinions on this and I wish someone would agree that it makes sense to include that curve portion of the base . In my case I’m 6-1/2 maybe a tad more closer to the upper area where the pubic bone projects out . However if I move it down to the shaft I’m suddenly 1/4 to 1/2 shorter . It’s not a big difference I know, but it’s just extremely frustrating in the sense that I see guys who are flat as can be yet i have this like tent of skin on my dorsal side . So I’ve drawn a rough example of what I’m talking about labeled it 1 and 2 tell me where it’s measured from. 6-1/4 vs 6-1/2ish slightly more . Then how can I reduce the extreme difference/curve ? Would it be possible to have that skin excised or would getting shredded pull that skin in therefore tightening the skin up making it flatter? Just kind of frustrated that I know bone pressed I’m above average but non bone pressed maybe a hair above average. 6.5 non bone pressed is slightly more than 6-1/4 but it’s like 10 feet on a boat …. Makes a difference.
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    Excuse my drawing! But basically the line represents the abdomen and you can see that curve I’m talking about hopefully.

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    • #3

      I think I see the problem you're having with measuring.

      And I think you gotta go with including that curve in your measurement. Keep the ruler at a point where that skin intersects with the abdomen without pressing the ruler into the pubic bone.

      In other words, I think you really should be going with the 6.5 measurement NBPEL. If I understand all of this, I really think that's truer to your actual NBPEL.

      Still I think the Bone Pressed measurement is really your friend in all of this. BPEL is pretty universally used in length studies and by PEers. It will tell you a lot more.

      As for eliminating the curve. I have no idea. That skin could be there for a reason due to structural idiosyncrasies beneath the skin and it might come back even if excised. It could be an effect of the insertion point of ligaments. You could be getting into a much more complex cosmetic surgical scenario than you are bargaining for that could result in scarring. Most of us in these PE communities discourage going down that road especially if this might lead to thoughts about penile lengthening surgeries which involve eliminating ligaments from the structural support of the penis.

      I doubt that gaining muscle mass would help pull that skin up.

      I think it's actually a fairly common anatomical idiosyncrasy. I've seen it in photography before if I'm understanding your description.

      I think we're helping you to come to more accepting terms with some of the things you see in yourself. I hope so anyway.

      I really think you are just fine the way you are.

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      • #4
        I agree with mistergeorge, BPEL is best since its the standard measurement. In PE terms the way its measured doesn't matter much, since its just a relative measurement to track your progress. No matter what way you choose, just stick with it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mistergeorge View Post
          I think I see the problem you're having with measuring.

          And I think you gotta go with including that curve in your measurement. Keep the ruler at a point where that skin intersects with the abdomen without pressing the ruler into the pubic bone.

          In other words, I think you really should be going with the 6.5 measurement NBPEL. If I understand all of this, I really think that's truer to your actual NBPEL.

          Still I think the Bone Pressed measurement is really your friend in all of this. BPEL is pretty universally used in length studies and by PEers. It will tell you a lot more.

          As for eliminating the curve. I have no idea. That skin could be there for a reason due to structural idiosyncrasies beneath the skin and it might come back even if excised. It could be an effect of the insertion point of ligaments. You could be getting into a much more complex cosmetic surgical scenario than you are bargaining for that could result in scarring. Most of us in these PE communities discourage going down that road especially if this might lead to thoughts about penile lengthening surgeries which involve eliminating ligaments from the structural support of the penis.

          I doubt that gaining muscle mass would help pull that skin up.

          I think it's actually a fairly common anatomical idiosyncrasy. I've seen it in photography before if I'm understanding your description.

          I think we're helping you to come to more accepting terms with some of the things you see in yourself. I hope so anyway.

          I really think you are just fine the way you are.
          I wouldn’t say so much that it’s a huge curve or anything, but it’s just where it attatches . Bottom of curve is less than the top area . So if I were to measure non bone pressed at the top in The same area bone pressed length is measured at (top of pubic region/bone ) then I get 6-1/2 but if I move down to literally on top of the shaft then I run into that curve and I’m suddenly 1/4 to 1/2” shorter . I’d say that I measure a solid 6-1/2 non bone pressed in the top area where it’s labeled 2

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          • #6
            To measure the length of your penis in the erect state properly, simply take a tape measure and press the end as far back as it will go against your pubic bone on top of your penis (some men prefer to measure from the bottom, but results will be more accurate with measuring from the top.)

            Run the tape along the curve of your penis all the way to the end of the glans. Record measurement. Measure every 2 weeks.

            Within the first few months, you will progress rapidly. As with all forms of exercise, progress will start to taper somewhat after this. To keep progressing as stated before, you must keep increasing the intensity of the exercises.

            For recording purposes, measuring while the penis is erect is the best way of recording progress. Although you will notice a dramatic increase in the size of your penis while it's unerect, unerect lengths vary too much to be an accurate method of gauging progress.
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            • #7
              I look at it like, if you’re balls deep inside a vaj, what’s going in?

              your dong will straighten slightly and the pressure pushes the skin down so, it’s all measured.

              I have an up curve when fully erect also. It’s not that extreme and it’s more in the middle for me but it tends to throw off measurements.

              I use a tape measure rather than a stick.

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              • #8
                When erect, do you measure over the curve or under the curve? The reason why I ask is when I do both I get different numbers.

                Originally posted by Big Al View Post
                To measure the length of your penis in the erect state properly, simply take a tape measure and press the end as far back as it will go against your pubic bone on top of your penis (some men prefer to measure from the bottom, but results will be more accurate with measuring from the top.)

                Run the tape along the curve of your penis all the way to the end of the glans. Record measurement. Measure every 2 weeks.

                Within the first few months, you will progress rapidly. As with all forms of exercise, progress will start to taper somewhat after this. To keep progressing as stated before, you must keep increasing the intensity of the exercises.

                For recording purposes, measuring while the penis is erect is the best way of recording progress. Although you will notice a dramatic increase in the size of your penis while it's unerect, unerect lengths vary too much to be an accurate method of gauging progress.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by RickBhmcsb View Post
                  When erect, do you measure over the curve or under the curve? The reason why I ask is when I do both I get different numbers.


                  The more traditional mode is to measure along the top of the curve. You can also measure along the side or the bottom, but like anything else- be consistent with the way AND the scenario under which you measure so the results are consistent.
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                  • #10
                    Best to use BPEL to avoid changes based on weight gain or loss. The method you chose should be one you can be very consistent with, the most important part is to be consistent with your measurement method each time.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Stretching Eternal View Post
                      Best to use BPEL to avoid changes based on weight gain or loss. The method you chose should be one you can be very consistent with, the most important part is to be consistent with your measurement method each time.
                      Agreed- BPEL is vital for keeping track of gains. NBPEL is good for getting visual feedback of your progress as well as tracking the fat loss effect and its impact on visual size.
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