Testicular Size More Accurate Indication of Male Fertility than Penis Size
While the myth is endlessly bandied about that a man’s penis size has everything to do with his virility and fertility, recent studies show that it is actually the size of the testicles that give a better indication of a man’s ability to reproduce.
Studies, from the anthropological to the medical to the downright sensational (i.e. magazines like Cosmopolitan, FHM, and Men’s Health), have been done to find a link between penis size and desirably (which, primitively speaking, desirability stems from the necessity to reproduce), and many studies suggest that women instinctively equate the size of a man’s penis with his level of fertility, yet this is blatantly untrue.
A more accurate and vastly more important indication of fertility lies in the saggy sack below the penis. Yes, your testicles are where it’s really at. This is because testicles are mostly made up of seminiferous tubules (i.e. where sperm are made). Therefore, men with small testes obviously have fewer seminiferous tubules, meaning a reduced ability to produce sperm.
A normal-sized testicle should be roughly 4.5cm in length. However, do not confuse larger testes with the ability to produce vast quantities of semen because while the sperm are produced in the testicles, seminal fluids (i.e. the majority of your ejaculate) are not.
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