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My Penis Developed At A Young Age
Penis getting soft and not staying hard for long enough time. Is age 38 too young for viagra (sildenafil) or similar meds?
Not too young: If taking means difference between satisfactory and unsatisfactory sex. However you are young and might consider consulting with a urologic ED expert in case you have a correctible vascular problem. Please quit if you smoke and get a better saddle if you are a cyclist with a hard saddle and no midline groove. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does masturbation at a young age stops the penis from growing? I have been masturbating when I was 14 years and now 22 years my penis is very very small
Am 21 i think at a very young age below 10 one of my testicles went back and it is just above the left of my penis...What should I do about it now?
Speak to your : Doctor , need examination , may not be an undecented testicle , is just at upper part of scrotum , if normal size possible to fix it , if is not salvageable may need to be removed due to higher incidence of malignancy ...Read more
If I'm 18 and my penis hasn't really grown in size since young age am I doomed for life? My facial hair hasn't really come in so am I a late bloomer?
Here are some ...: This Q was answered some time ago. Here more is added as follows: At 18, largely men's physical growth stops as genetically pre-coded. So, from now on, they have to learn how to adopt and adapt to whatever the life might have brought to them. Besides, we have never been born equal in any part of the body although the same part of the body shares same anatomical name. More? Seek evaluation & counsel ...Read more
At a young age i would put my hands between my legs, put pressure on my penis and jerk off. Can this cause permanent damage?
Unlikely: If it has not already, it is unlikely to cause damage in the future. ...Read more
Multiple issues: Penile length when flaccid does not change with age unless there is fibrosis to the corpora (erectile bodies of the penis). This happens with injury, infection and some other systemic illnesses. Weight gain in the suprapubic area can give the appearance of shortening. Having had your prostate removed (prostatectomy) can also cause penile shortening. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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. ...Read more
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