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Yes, like many others I am self conscious.

I am 16 and turned it in February.

I had surgery on my penis as a baby, can't remember what is was called, but relates with the urethra not growing straight and having to reconstruct it with foreskin.

Anyway....

I'm about 4 inches in girth erect.
Roughly just between just under 4.5 inch and 4.75 inch. I measured from top view, from top to bottom.

Roughly 3-3.5 inch flaccid.

Is this a fine size for my age? I think I'm a late puberty bloomer. I couldn't ejaculate until 14, roughly when I got hair under my arms.
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replied June 10th, 2008
I wouldn't worry about it. You still have atleast 2 years to grow.
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replied June 11th, 2008
Yeah I understand that, just want to make sure.

Am I allowed to post pictures of it, as I need feedback on the appearance from my surgery.
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replied June 11th, 2008
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Sorry, you can't post pictures of your penis anywhere on here.
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replied June 12th, 2008
Yeah that's fine. Didn't think so.

Any other input is fine.
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replied June 12th, 2008
Hello TidyBoi.

Take a deep breath and relax. First off, we'll get right to the numbers. The average penis length is 5.1-5.7 inches and girth is 3.5-3.9 inches, so you are not small.

Second key point, you are not done growing. So give it time and I think you'll be happy in two or three years when you're done growing.
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