A 18-year-old male asked:
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what ages does the penis grow and stop ?

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Dr. James Lin
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This is...: Penis grows in its fastest pace during the first year of life. Then, its growth slowly and progressively decelerates afterwards until reaching puberty /adolescence around 14-18, when it eventually stops growing. So, its slowest pace of growth is at the time turning into adulthood.
Answered on May 3, 2014
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Dr. Deborah Archer
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+/- 18 years old: Puberty has many stages, in boys the penis is the last stage for some. The testicles enlarging are the first sign of puberty in boys.
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At puberty: At puberty.
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