WHEN it comes to penises, there's no two that look or behave the same. But there can be similar patterns - like how some men are able to "grow" more than others when turned on. A new study has confirmed that men are indeed either "showers" or "growers". For years, there's been debate over whether men really do grow or not but new research has finally proven that the urban myth is true.
Flaccid Penis vs. Erect: The Truth About 'Grower vs. Shower'
Remember when you were a kid -- or last night at the bar, whatever -- and you scrunched down a straw wrapper, dropped water on it, and watched in amazement as it grew almost four times its original length? How did that tiny little thing just up and become huge in a matter of seconds? If this sounds extremely similar to a penis, good. We can all agree that penises are crazy: they grow, they shrink, they move on their own And speaking of show, some penises tend to do that more than others
Using penile duplex Doppler ultrasound PDDU , the researchers measured penis length while in the flaccid state. They went on to inject a vasodilation substance into the spongy penis tissues before measuring the length while erect. Researchers found an average change in size from flaccid to erect across all the participants, shower or grower, of about 4 centimeters 1.