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Growth On My Penis
See you Dr.: Impossible to say what it is without a picture or a more complete description. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: It is very important to see a board certified dermatologist to have the lesion checked. Any new or non-healing lesions could represent an std, wart or skin cancer. There are also some benign lesions that can occur on the penis. Your lesion has been there for years and I am assuming it has not changed over this time period. Regardless, please have it checked to be safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was thinking and wanted to ask if being born in 7months will affect the growth of my penis? Any help?
Not related: The penis should grow as it was destined to grow, regardless of whether one was born at full term or a month or two early. If one's penis and/or testicles seem very small, one should ask his pediatrician or family medicine doctor to look at the penis and testicles, either at the annual check-up, or at an appointment made for the purpose of checking genital development. ...Read more
I have a small problem . I have extra foreskin on my penis and I am not sure if that is effecting the growth of my penis as I find it rather embarassi?
No: Life and growing up are difficult enough without people trying to upset you with foolish ideas like this one. Dad might be a good guy to talk to right now. Best wishes. ...Read more
I'm nearly 17 years old and I have gone through the normal puberty stages with voice, growth etc. my penis is only 1 inch and boner 3 inche?
1 inch penis: Glad to hear puberty went fine for you. Start w/a visit to your doc and tell him/her about your situation. The doc has heard it all before so just say it. After exam you will be told if all is well or if treatment is needed. Here's a link to an article from WebMD with possibilities http://blogs.webmd.com/cosmetic-surgery/2011/06/a-subject-rarely-discussed-hidden-or-buried-penis.html Peace. ...Read more