She’s sizing up some seriously big myths.

A surgeon specializing in sexual health says you cannot tell the size of a man’s penis simply by looking at his hands and feet.

Dr. Rena Malik made the declaration on the Diary of a CEO podcast on Monday, squashing the stereotype that blokes with bigger shoes are better endowed.

However, the surgeon — who practices in both Beverly Hills and Irvine, Calif. — said there is one body part that could accurately indicate the size of a man’s member.

“There’s one study — it’s a Japanese study where they looked at only Japanese men so there are some limitations — but they measured all these body parts and penile length and they found was that nose length was correlated with penile length, not hand length or foot,” Malik declared.

The expert didn’t divulge whether she had seen other studies linking nose and penis size, but said she’d certainly noticed an uptick in patients panicked about their pecker.

Malik said lads who want to lengthen their willy could use a traction device.

“These are devices that are made for penile lengthening but they’re also made for men who have something called Peyronie’s disease,” she explained.

According to the Mayo Clinic, Peyronie’s disease “is a condition in which fibrous scar tissue forms in the deeper tissues under the skin of the penis” causing curved and painful erections.

It also can make the penis shorter while erect.

Malik said a traction device can increase the length of a penis by up to 2cm.

However, males anxious over the size of their penis should fear not.

Last year, another doctor declared that most people overestimate the size of the average penis and said most men barely measure more than five inches even when they’re rock hard.

Dr. Jen Caudle dished the details in a TikTok clip in a bid to alter expectations about appendages and destroy the motto that “size matters.”

“The average size of a flaccid penis is 3.6 inches, and the average size of an erect penis is 5.17 inches. Did you know that? It’s actually shorter than I think a lot of people would imagine.”

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