The teenage years are tough for everybody. Between puberty and hormones, middle and high school, classes and grades, and figuring out where you fit in socially, self-esteem can become an issue. Body development through puberty can be a problem for both genders, but for boys penis size can be a big issue. Boys are never more self-conscious about this than they are in their teen years. While puberty is different for each individual, boys’ genitalia develop in predictable stages. The scrotum can begin to enlarge as early as 9 and will always develop before the penis. The penis begins to lengthen around 10, but it can be as late as 14. If there are no developmental changes in genitalia by age 14, be sure to check with your doctor. Genital development can continue into the late teens and early twenties. In fact, 25% of men consider themselves late bloomers when it comes to penis size. If you have reached the age when development is complete and you aren’t happy with the size of your penis, you might want to consider Penis Enlargement. One of the methods you should definitely investigate is the PLATINUM Procedure developed by Dr. Victor Loria. It is a minimally invasive technique with none of the risks associated with surgery. Visit https://www.loriamedical.com for more information or to schedule a consultation.
Teen Boys and Penis Size
May 1, 2013