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I am 28 years old but still my penis have not grown to normal. Is there any possible treatment ?

I am 28 M, my penis have not grown from my birth . Its very small as for a child. But Its erects. works well. Its max size is 2.5inch when erects. when its normal its size is 4cms only. How can i be a normal man? Is it possible
Asked On : Tue, 8 Feb 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
Im 17 years of age and my penis has not grown AT ALL since birth, i can still get an erection and ejaculate but my penis is like barely 3cm :'( my left testicle hasn't grown since birth and my right testicle seems to be average size... what the hell is going on???
Answered: Fri, 25 Feb 2011
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Hi! Don't worry, you are a normal man; I am not a doctor, but I can tell you, even though your case is not extremely common, there are others like you! "Micropenis" (seriously) means a smaller than average penis, and most are exactly the same length as yours... In a nutshell, you had smaller amounts of Testosterone in your body, and defects in the hormone when you were in the womb; giving you the penis you have... Your scrotum (likely) is normal sized, and this is normal! Because of your age, you likely will never be able to have a "normal" sized penis; but at a young age (near birth and in toddler years) Testosterone "replacements" can be prescribed. If you're scrotum is not normal sized either, you could have hypogonadism or gynecomastia.

If you're willing to go under the knife, phalloplasty or a penis enlargement are options for you to consider; but if you come to love your body for what it is, something like this shouldn't matter. Really, it's no different that women wanting bigger breasts, or smaller stomachs... Everyone has something about their body they wish was different... I hope for your sake that you find someone who respects you for who you are and loves you despite the size of your penis. It's a pity that this is such an important part of a sex life.

Cheers, hope all is well, Kate.
Answered: Tue, 8 Feb 2011
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