Most penis growth occurs during puberty, though there may be continued growth into a man’s early 20s. Puberty usually begins between the ages of 9 and 14 and lasts up to five years or so, depending on the age at which it starts. However, by the time you reach 18 or 19 years old, your penis isn’t likely to grow much longer or thicker.
The growth rate during puberty varies from one male to another. A 2010 study found that the average rate of penis growth is less than half an inch per year from ages 11 to 15, after which the growth rate continues, but at a slower rate until the age of 19 or so. You also start producing semen during puberty. Erections and ejaculation become more common during this time, as well.
What is the average penis size?
Penis size is determined by hormone exposure and varies greatly from one individual to the next. The average length of a flaccid penis is between 3.4 and 3.7 inches, while the average length of an erect penis is between 5.1 and 5.7 inches. The average circumference of an erect penis is between 3.5 and 3.9 inches. Learn more about the average penis size.
Can you make your penis bigger?
There is a lucrative market for penis enlargement pills, lotions, and devices that claim to increase penis size. However, there is no scientific evidence that any of these products do what they claim.
Can you Increase Size with Surgery?
There is a number of surgical penis enlargement procedures that we can provide you with, that can add some length to your penis.
Can a Vacuum Pump Increase Penis Size?
Vacuum pumps can help some men with erectile dysfunction achieve erections, but the vacuums do not increase penis length or thickness.
Do Testosterone Supplements Increase Size?
You may wonder if testosterone supplements might help spur penis growth. There are plenty of companies making that claim, but there is no scientific research to support it.
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