Im 23 years old and i have recently been diagnosed with hypogonadism. I have good reason to believe it was cause by an undescended testicle i had lowered when i was 15 yrs old. I am currently waiting to see an endo specialist who will most likely put me on testosterone therapy. My overall testosterone read 201. My biggest problem is the size of my genitals. my penis is about an 2 to 3 inches in length when limp and i've measured 7 inches erect. My testicles measure about 3and a half cm in length. i have plenty of pubic hair but i have minimal chest hair and beard growth. I need to know what the chances are that genitals will reach normal size with this treatment. what options do i have?
Will my genitalia grow with treatment?
- 17 May 2011 by ruben88
- 10 December 2011
I hate to break it to you but 7 inches while erect is actually pretty normal in size. 5- 7 inches is about average in penis length for mature males. 7 inches is plenty large enough to satisfy a woman during sex. Size truely doesnt matter as much as a male who is willing to be attentive to his partner and is sensitive enough to want to be sure they are satisfied. Your secondary sex characteristics seem normal too. You have plenty of pubic hair and many males do not have much chest hair or beard/facial hair. It is as varied as female breast size. Dont worry so much about size. It is really not important. This is a matter where quality is better than quanity. Has your Dr said you are small? Hypogonadism usually refers to a matter that a male is sterile not small. Talk with your physician about your concerns.
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