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What age does the penis stop growing usually?

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Dr. James Lin
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In brief: About 14-16

The penis will stop its further growth around age 14-16.
The fast pace of penile growth occurs the first 6 months of life. Afterwards, its pace of growth will progressive decelerate until puberty/adolescence, that is, around 14-18, and finally stops.

In brief: About 14-16

The penis will stop its further growth around age 14-16.
The fast pace of penile growth occurs the first 6 months of life. Afterwards, its pace of growth will progressive decelerate until puberty/adolescence, that is, around 14-18, and finally stops.
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