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Penis size growth, 13 years, too small - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi, im 13 years old and im very worried if my penis is too small because its only 1.1/2 inches is that normal ? Im despirate for an answer
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   Dr AAAAAAA here
User :   Nice to meet you
Doctor :   you are young and may be just entering puberty
Doctor :   penis size is known to grwo uptil age of 21
Doctor :   in different stages, known as XXXXXXXX Stages
User :   Im not sure about that because its always been that size and my friends are always braging about their sizes
Doctor :   so as you cross each stage , and the last one that is XXXXXXXX stage 4, you will have a full grown penis.
Doctor :   do not worry, few boys grow slow, but they do grwo
Doctor :   *grow
User :   I have a few pubic hair is that normal ?
Doctor :   the pubic and axillary hair along with facial hair development all are part of this puberty, secondary sexual characters and hormones that together affect the AAAAAAA stages.
Doctor :   so as you grow up, you will eventually develop all of these
User :   But whats the sign of these things developing ?
Doctor :   if by age of 20 you still feel that you are lagging behind, then a complete check including hormone levels, AAAAAAA stage examination, and karyotyping test might be necessary.
Doctor :   there is no sign, they just develop slowly as you mature and the hormones change in the body
User :   Will protein help it get bigger ?
Doctor :   no, protein will help in whole body muscle build up, not with penis size
User :   What other ways are there to help it go bigger
Doctor :   you can have a good diet with multivitamin supplements containing zinc which helps in good hormonal control and healthy sperm production
Doctor :   it might help in a small way
Doctor :   or take Tab Evion 200 mg once daily, it will help you during pubertal growth and development of these characters
User :   I dont know what that means exactly but can you try to explain it easier
Doctor :   i meant to say that there is no protein powder to help in penis growth, but taking a good diet and multivitamin supplement (with zinc contained in them) will indirectly help in penis growth since it is known to improve sperm quality
Doctor :   and Tab Evion 200 mg once daily, it will help you during pubertal growth and development of these XXXXXXXX stage growth characters
User :   Thank you for that
Doctor :   have you followed what I have said?
User :   Yes, i just quite didnt understand those words at the
User :   End
Doctor :   i will explain
User :   Ok
Doctor :   AAAAAAA stages are stages of growth that measures development of secondary sexual characters
User :   I understand now
Doctor :   for more details on this visit this link: Doctor :   go through these in your free time, it will help you to understand better what I tried to explain here.
User :   Thanks
User :   ?
Doctor :   this will give you stages of penis growth in different XXXXXXXX stages
User :   What is the minimum weight of a 13 year old ? (in stones)
Doctor :   is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   ?
Doctor :   it should be between 5.7-9 stone
User :   Im 5.1 stones
Doctor :   in that case you need to have a well balanced diet
Doctor :   to help with growth and changing body needs and functions
Doctor :   focus on a healthy balanced diet
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