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Health: Chemical Found In Non-Stick Pans Affect Penis Size

Do you happen to have a Teflon pan as part of your kitchen essentials? Scientists in Italy have discovered that a chemical used in those pans may be affecting the size of your penis, among other things.

In a study submitted to The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, a group of Italian scientists say that Perfluoroalkyl compounds (PFCs), which are found in Teflon, stain-resistant fabrics, and firefighting foam, are responsible for smaller penis development as well as harming hormone signaling in the reproductive system.

The study was conducted between June 2017 and May 2018, involving 383 subjects from Padua and the surrounding regions of Northeast Italy that “underwent an accurate medical visit, measure of anthropometric parameters, ultrasound examination of the testes and semen analysis.” The participants were grouped based on the geographical distribution of PFCs pollution.

After the study, the team concluded that “increased levels of PFCs in plasma and seminal fluid positively correlate…with a reduction of semen quality, testicular volume, penile length.” The team also posits that these PFCs could also affect genital development in utero, which presents a troubling scenario as the study states that “the first report of water contamination of PFCs goes back to 1977.” This could mean that a whole generation of men have been affected by this from 1978 onwards.

If you’re worried about sperm count after reading this article, know that there are ways to keep your sperm count up! We talk about six ways you can do this in a previous Adam4Adam blog post titled “Health: Keep That Sperm Count Up.”

What do you guys think about this study? Will you be throwing out your non-stick pans now? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

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  1. Hunter0500

    “If you’re worried about sperm count …”

    Yes, there is a percentage (very small) of gay guys who wish to become biological fathers. They might worry. And there are probably those who are concerned with the taste or volume of their ejaculate, so they might have some worry. Beyond these guys, sperm count? A worry for gay guys?

  2. Ken94112

    This is very disconcerting. I’m currently ONLY 8-8.5 inches 🙁

    All my life, my parents and I have been using Teflon pans. You mean I could’ve been 10.5 inches? Who should I sue? Can we orchestrate a class-action lawsuit against the Teflon Industry?

  3. Jim

    For many decades now there have been negative studies on the non-stick pans’ degradation products, indicating that they are not the healthiest cooking utensils to use regularly, especially on very high heat. Personally, I only have a couple smaller non-stick pans which I use rarely and mostly for specific purposes. My current favorite pan is a polished stainless steel high end fry pan with excellent heat distribution properties from its tri-core base.

  4. Steve

    Something always told me that non-stick pans were a bad idea. I could see places where the stuff had flaked off. So had it gone down the drain in the dishwater? Or had it come off into my food? So I haven’t owned any in over 20 years.

  5. Casper

    Now, I understand why I used to call certain guys: “Prince Tiny-Meat!” Yes, it was cruel and cutting…but, someone had to tell-the-truth!

    I always gave them the benefit-of-the-doubt and attributed it to the hand-of-God. I told them that God never gives his creations a cross heavier than they-can-bare.

    I hope they understood and were thankful that I spoke the gospel truth…even if the truth bore them despair and tears?

    The truth always hurts! Size Matters…Amen!

  6. andy19806

    I am a scientist with a Ph.D. in chemistry and have work in this technology for years. This is nonsense. First, 383 subject is nowhere near enough to make a real conclusion. Seconds, there is no mechanism which can affect a reduction of semen quality, testicular volume and penile length. The first two have no relationship to the last. Besides, my own research has shown that guys younger than me have bigger cocks than I do so that proves the theory is wrong (joke).

    • Bigprick69ga

      Amen, brother.
      PFC’s have been around for many decades now, beginning with their use in military in applications where decreased friction and concentration of small amounts of certain chemicals was vital (Manhattan Project and others).
      There are probably more realistic worries about BPAs which are now even more ubiquitous.
      If these are the problems that the fear mongers suggest, we are probably as doomed as the Romans with their lead pipes. I don’t see much ability to remove the trace amounts of these chemicals in our water and food supply.

  7. steve trujillo

    i had only 1 teflon pan, and i got rid of it in the last century. they were highly overrated. it does appear it had NO effect on me.

  8. amam

    That assumes that the surface is breaking down. I no doubt consumed a lot of it growing up, yet I have a plentiful six inches of cock and plenty of cum. I am dubious.

  9. Mike Jones

    Im in the South so we love our iron skillets….humm its no wonder…. There is 2 sizes of dicks. BIG ole little ones and little ole bigguns. Little dicks with a pile drivin asshole 🙂

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