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My son is 17 years. Lately. He is having hourglass penis shape when semi erect but gets back to normal when fully erect. Is that a problem?
?: You should not be looking at your 17 year old son's erect or non-erect penis. Please have him see his doctor. ...Read more
17 years boy's age recently is having a narrow glass penis shape when semi erect but gets normal. When. Fully erected . Is there a problem?
Unlulely: However, he can see a urologist for evaluation. ...Read more
No. : The size and shape of the penis is determined genetically and by the influence of hormones at specific periods of development. Infections of the prostate are not associated with abnormalities of penile anatomy. After surgical removal of the prostate, there may be some small change in the length and girth of the penis. ...Read more
No, not the growth: Phimosis is when a part of the foreskin is too tight, making the foreskin unable to easily slip back and forth over the glans (head of the penis). So, with phimosis, the appearance of an erect penis will still have the foreskin covering the glans, which is incorrect. The foreskin should slip behind the glans. A primary care doctor or a urologist can advise on using cortisone creams and stretching. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Okay as long as ...: Your described penile shape with a wide degree is nothing unusual for some men and of course requires no active care but mental adoption and adaption as long as peeing ok, not hurting, being able to serve your need for procreation and pleasure. So, seek pro-counseling and evaluation to assess the clinical significance if still in doubt. ...Read more
No such thing: I am not sure what you think there is to offer here as advice. But, there is no specific foods or supplements to improve penile function. But, the best advice for men is to avoid hypertension, obesity, and diabetes. It is in these illnesses that decrease in penile and hormonal health is most noticeable as you age. ...Read more
See answer: Some degree of curvature with erection is normal in many males. Congenital chordee is an abnormal curvature since birth. Acquired curvature is usually due to peyronie's disease and usually acquired later in life. If degree of curvature is interfering with intercourse, i suggest evaluation by a urologist. ...Read more