Penis Shrinkage - Caused by Weight Gain. According to the World Health Organization, 1.4 billion adults were overweight in 2008, and because increases in body fat lowers testosterone, males will often experience decreases in libido—and a reduction in penile length. Feb 11, 2018 · Although a man's penis may appear smaller with weight gain, it has not shrunk. The reason it looks smaller is that the penis is attached to the abdominal wall, and when belly expands, it pulls the penis inward. If a man loses weight, his penis will regain its usual shape and size.Author: Lana Barhum.
Jul 06, 2017 · The length of your penis can decrease by up to an inch or so for various reasons. Usually, changes to penis size are smaller than an inch, however, and may be closer to 1/2 an inch or less.Author: Daniel Pendick. Feb 12, 2018 · But the good news is, your penis doesn't actually shrink when you gain weight. It simply looks like it has, more like an optical illusion. The reason it looks a little on the shorter side is because the erectile muscles are attached to your abdominal wall. So when your belly expands it Author: Andrea Downey, Digital Health Reporter.
Mar 16, 2018 · Weight gain and obesity cause an increasingly generous pubic fat pad, the male equivalent of the female mons pubis, which makes the penis appear shorter and retrusive. It is estimated that with every 35 lbs of weight gain, there is a 1-inch loss in apparent penile length.Author: Andrew Siegel MD. Mar 11, 2015 · But buried penis is just the start of the medical complications that your penis can experience when you gain weight. These conditions are often reported alongside weight gain: Low self-esteem; If you are suffering from buried penis, or simply the extra weight you’re carrying isn’t showing you at your best, then it can affect your self-confidence.