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When does growth end: This is difficult to answer without knowing more. But you may still have some growth in you. At your age you are on the cusp of having reached your adult status physically. There are a lot of different ways this question is asked and there are a lot of answers to read about this here on health tap. ...Read more
Limited options: Some surgeons report success with fat transfer to the penis for girth. Despite all the claims of different internet sources there is no way to substantially change the length or girth of your penis. A penile vacuum assist device may be used to maximize the size you do have. Weight loss, pubic fat liposuction and trimming of the pubic hair may enhance the appearance of your natural length. ...Read more
Before puberty: Your penis will not grow if you have completed pusberty. It will grow by itself, as a result of your own testosterone up till the end of puberty. We only prescribe testosterone for prepubertal boys with very small penises. The penis does not respond to hormones, or any other substances after puberty. Save your money. ...Read more
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
Live with it.: Sorry, but you cannot make your penis grow. What you see - is what you get - nothing more - nothing less. In spite of all the ads you see on the internet, you have to live with what you have. There are some surgical procedures to release the penile suspensory ligament, giving you more "useable" length to what you already have, but this can also effect other issues. ...Read more
Just live on...:
Please let yours grow with the ways coming with your life, don't let political correctness and commercialism leading to fantasy control your life.
Of course, if such a common sense fails to ease your mind, see professionals timely.
For the time being, practice healthy lifestyle regularly and avoid any forms of overindulgence and obsession.
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Nope: Don't waste your money or time.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it possible to make your penis grow permanently a couple more inches would be great and kinda needed
The: The penis is capable of continued growth until puberty ends. Puberty ends at a different age for each person. There are a number of products being sold that make big promises about markedly enhancing penis size. I think you were smart to ask for medical advice about this. You would end up with dissapointment and less money if you purchased a gimmick. ...Read more
Here are some...: Physically, no person is born with perfect symmetry in shape and size of paired organs including the paired corpora cavernosa - the dorsal paired cylinders responsible for erection. Besides, the crotch of trousers tends to deviate the penis toward one side. Together, some bending in penis occurs and is considered as normal as long as not affecting voiding and sexual function. More? Seek counseling ...Read more
It swells, not grows: A flacid penis can double or triple in size when it become erect, but that is not the same as growing. The penis will shrink back to its normal size when the erection stops. Small flacid penises tend to swell more as a percentage of baseline size than larger flacid penises. ...Read more
That ship has: Sailed if you're really 36. Once you've hit Tanner Stage V of puberty, that's about the size of it. If you are concerned that you may have a micropenis or hypogonadism, see your doctor for evaluation & referral to a pediatric endocrinologist if you're < 18 or an adult endocrinologist if you're 18 or > for evaluation for genetic & other medical causes. ...Read more
Part of puberty: 1st sign of pubertal change is testicular growth, then penis starts to enlarge, coincident with early pubic hair development. Penis continues to grow until puberty is complete, it then stops. Thus penis grows earlier in boys who undergo puberty early (can be as early as 8 or 9 years) & later in boys who experience puberty at a later age (mid teens).. ...Read more
No: No pills exist that cause growth of the penis. The pump will give a temporary stretch and fullness above what your usual is, but it is just excess swelling and goes back to normal. ...Read more
Some penises equal: In size when erect "shrink" more when flaccid. This means more blood drains form the smaller flaccid penis than from the penis that remains larger when flaccid if both were same size when erect. Similar to why two people of same hight and weight will run at different top speeds. ...Read more
No, but...: Losing suprapubic fat may deceptively make the penis look longer, but no change in its measurement. But a systemic fat loss is good for general health. Remember, physical growth naturally stops soon reaching the adulthood, which is roughly around 18 for men. Afterward, all men have to adopt and adapt to whatever they may achieve in physical growth, chiefly under the guidance of genetic code. ...Read more