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Have underdeveloped penis, testis, premature ejaculation, less body, facial hair. What to do?

Hi sir i am writting this message because i have a penis related problem
sir my problem is that i have a undevloped penis and testies , i think this is because i used to pull my penis back side from my hands to pleasure myself at very early age.
At present i am 21 but my penis size is 3 inches when flacid and 4.5 inches when erect, sometimes i couldn't feel that i have a penis. my erection did not lasts more than 30 sec and i ejaculate within 1-2 minutes while masturbating .
i also do not have beard and have a very thin mostaches which is almost invisible i think this is due to my undeveloped testies due to less testosteron in my body.

sir give me some suggestions what i have to do to solve this problem.
seriously require someones help....
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
Considering just size this doesnt have to be underdeveloped penis.Also, premature ejaculation isnt related to it too. It cant be caused by pulling etc. It can be caused by embiological disorders or hormonal disorders. You should do complete enocrinological work up to see testosterone and growth hormones levels. absence of beard can be significant sign of some problem. In this age your puberty shiuld have ended already.But you ll know more after tests i ve mentioned. Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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