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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
|jzanettiuk - Wed Jan 31, 2007 8:54 am||
i am 20 years male and have low testosterone.
my privates are small but i do masturbate sometimes.
ive seen testosterone pills, that seem to be mainly focused on increasing muscle and bone structure.
but is there like specific testoserone (or something) that increase size/develop sex organs, mental functions and visual and perceptual skills.
what is there, options. best?
|Dr. Safaa Mahmoud - Wed Jan 31, 2007 1:23 pm||
Penis size is genetically determined. During puberty testicles begin to enlarge and hair grows in the pubic region then penis starts to grow in length.
Average penis size for mature non-erect adult is about 3 to 4 inches.
In adult males, testicular size vary, thus measurements are based also on a range. Even the range may vary from a race to another. Of importance the changes and the increase in size after puberty.
There are certain methods doctors use to check for the maturity and the proper development of male sexual organs.
Ther is no replacement for direct medical consultation.
I advise you to seek direct medical consultation, and not to start any medication unless it is prescribed by a specialist.
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