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I'm a 27year old man, I'm not having a growing penis. It's too small and it's affecting my confidence. It's just a bit longer than 2 inch when flaccid?
Here are some...: Apparently, you have adored and admired a bigger and longer penis; that is a common trend due to political correctness and commercialism. Based on what we've known about how the body works, physical growth comes to end after marching into adulthood-for men, roughly 18; afterwards, all men have to learn to adopt & adapt to whatever the life might have brought to them. ...Read more
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What signals the body stop puberty ? Stopping bones from growing and penis growth to stop ? I took one shot of testosterone could that of stopped it?
No, none successful: Many penis enlargement pills, creams, and magic potions are advertised, but they do not work. Almost every penis that can get a firm erection is big enough for the job (one can see a urologist if one has a rare case of an abnormally tiny penis). Occasionally, one or both partners have too much body fat, making certain positions of sexual activity seem difficult (weight loss helps in those cases). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Around 18 ... : Physical growth manifests its fastest pace during the first yr of life, and later, progressively slows down to a halt after marching into adulthood - roughly around age 18. Such pattern is decided by genetic codes and cannot be changed. So, after getting into adulthood, all men have to learn how to adopt and adapt what eventually they have reached so to realistically live a long happy life. ...Read more
Here are some ....: After marching into adulthood, roughly around 18, physical growth comes to a halt; this is dictated by genetic code. So, after that, we have to respect and treasure what we got so to make best of ourselves by adopt and adapt what we have. Nonetheless, political correctness & commercialism have misled many men to waste a lot of money to pursue the fantasy of getting bigger and ... ...Read more
No: No scientific base to support such a claim. ...Read more
I'm 23 years old and I have just started noticing that I have hair literally growing on my penis! what does this mean?
Well: Unless you have unusually heavy hair growth all over for no reason, this is not something harmful to you. However if you do have unusually heavy growth, you should have this checked out. ...Read more