Brucker continues, “The urethra is not contractile, it’s just a tube. So, once you’re done squeezing, those last few drops are like a hose in the backyard—once you turn off the spigot, there’s always some fluid trapped in the hose that will dump out after the fact.”
Knowing that, I guess it's an uphill battle for everyone. But what if your penis is extra-long? Surely, there must be a downside to owning a gigantic phallus.
“I would say it’s probably not something we’ve actually looked at or studied," says Brucker. “Theoretically the more space someone has [in their penis], the more volume that can potentially get trapped. Usually it’s only a few drops of urine, but when you take the time to allow those drops to come out as opposed to running out of the bathroom, you can fix the problem."