Should you be worried if your penis is soft before erections?
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Not at all! First, most men who think their penis is small actually have totally normal sized penises - see the related link for actual measurements. Second, even if you do ha…ve an undersized penis, you will still be able to have quite satisfactory sexual intercourse.
Look or think of something erotic/arousing.
Infant erections are common and normal.
You have been reading up on stretching your foreskinand want to know whether it should be done while penis is erect or soft your foreskin is easily pulled back when soft?
There are a lot of scams selling products for "stretching" the foreskin. There is no scientific evidence that stretching is possible. If it were, problems like phymosis (or ph…imosis) (narrowing of the foreskin that prevents full retraction) would never happen.
Im 15 and my penis is 2 inches soft and 3.5 erect. i have pubic hair but no underarm hair. when do you think my penis should grow?
You just haven't started yet.. Don't worry man just wait it out. That's what I am going to do for the next few years until im at least 16. Some guys start puberty early and …like me i started but im a late sprouter so when im around 16 my penis will grow so nothing to be afraid of Just be patient. People have their growth spurt at different times.
Some guys are up in seconds, some take a minute or two. It all depends on how aroused you are.
yes you should get it checked by a doctor
Should i be worried. Hi you are 14 and 15 in July and your penis is only 4.5 inches when erect Are you really under sized you amReally worried?
\nNo. You shouldn't be worried. The average penis size of a 14 year old is 4-5 inches, so you're within the average
You are 15 years old with a 4.5 inch penis erect im only 5feet 3 in height and am a late developer should you be worried?
No, as you have said you are a "late developer" and now that you have begun to develop you should find that your height and penis length will increase as part of the process o…f puberty. Puberty is very variable and the normal range over which it can start for boys is from 9 years of age right up until the late teens. You have already started puberty (a while ago if your penis has already grown to 4.5 inches) so you're not actually a late developer as such, you are in fact well inside the normal range. An average adult erect penis is approximately 6 to 7 inches long and as a "late starter" of 15 years of age you probably have a few more years of puberty to go through. At 15 years of age a 4.5 inch erection is well within the normal range of penis lengths.
wow,you are an idiot. No, you shouldn't be worried. You may not have begun puberty yet and no matter how small it is flacid, it is the erect size that matters. Many men with l…ong penis length when it is down see little real increase when it erects. If you are really concerned, see a urologist and tell him you dont think things are developing as much as you think they should. He may put you mind at ease and hopefully won't call you an idiot like the last poster.
You haven't fully developed yet. Some people develop later and i know that it feels unfair, but if your still unsure you should go see a doctor. Try to talk to your parents ab…out this, which i know is the most embarissing thing in the world to do.
Iam worried about your penis size as i measured it and its is 22cm when erect and 24cm when you cum is this normal?
This is well above the average for an adult male. The only problem you may find is a woman who can comfortably accept a 9 inch penis during penetration.
My son's penis is very small Hes 17 this fall and it's only 3 inches erect He and I are worried we've checked others and it definitely undersize what should you do?
When he becomes 18 I would discuss options with his physician. A penile implant would be a possibility and ultimately to his benefit!!
No this is not small. The average size of a adult males penis while erect is 6.5 inches. At your age you should be about 5 inches erect. You're bigger then most adult men and …should be happy because there's still time for it to grow. Growth will normally stop at about 16-18.
What's there to be worried about? You have a penis. Big deal. >_> You're 13 and should not even be thinking about that kind of stuff, quite frankly. Wait until you're 15, a…nd if it's still like that ((Which it will not be)), THEN you should start worrying.
It depends on your unit of measurement. If you mean 1cm or 1 inch, then your penis will most likely grow larger as you progress through puberty, but if your unti of measuremen…t is 1 foot, 1 meter, or 1 city block, then no, it won't grow anymore.
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