Does Size Really Matter When It Comes To Male Fertility?

2:39 pm 16 Oct, 2018

The size of a man’s private part is often a hot topic among women. However, when it comes to get the maximum during sexual intercourse, it comes down to his technique, not size. It is being said that “Orgasms have more to do with skill than size.” However, here we are not talking about pleasure. We’ll talk about how infertility and man’s private part are related.

As per a new research presented recently at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine conference in Colorado, size really does matter when it comes to fertility. It is said that men who are infertile are also less well endowed.



The study, conducted at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, found that, on average, men who were infertile were around one centimeter shorter than their fertile counterparts.

In other words, the average penis length was found to be 12.5cm (4.9 inches) for infertile men, and 13.4cm (5.3 inches) for fertile men.



The study is said to be the first of its kind to link penile length with infertility. Dr. Austen Slade, who led the study, said:

“This is the first study to identify an association between shorter penile length and male infertility. It’s possibly a manifestation of congenital or genetic factors that predispose one to infertility. For now, men with shorter penises don’t need to worry about their fertility.”



Dr. Austen Slade, however, said that healthy men should not begin to fret over their size and their chance of becoming a father. He believes the reason for the relationship between a shorter penis size and infertility is likely due to underlying problems, such as hormonal disturbances or imbalances, or problems in the testes, which can lead to smaller penile length.

Well, this is a big news indeed!