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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi Im Just want to ask about hernia's. Does hernia prevent a teenager from developing through the process of puberty? Especially the development of sexual organs. I have a serious complicated problem in over my whole life. I'm 23, my penis size is about 1 1/2 or 2 inch when flaccid 1 or less than an inch in width, when erected it is about 4 inch in length and 1 inch or more in width. The size of my testicles are too small about 1 inch in height and less than an inch in width. With this information, I may conclude that I have undeveloped sexual organs. If I would have an operation for my hernia, will it be helpful for my undeveloped sex organs? Or maybe experience some changes? Thank you...
Doctor :   hernia do not bear any development with teh sexual organ
Doctor :   the sexual organs seems to be developed appropriately
User :   so its normal?
Doctor :   the organs once developed and it has stoped
User :   do i have normal sex organs?
Doctor :   hernia operation or any other procedure do not increase its further development
Doctor :   yes you have a normal sex organs
User :   ok thanks
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