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1.does puberty has a specific time as to when it ends?

2.if you are 23years and your penis and scrotum hasn't grown to normal size does it mean you have some problems?
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replied March 30th, 2017
Growth and development is continuous. Every individual is different, and there is no specific timeframe that puberty to end , at which point complete adulthood is attained.

But in general, If you are concerned that you have a small penis, then you need to measure your penis size properly.

When measuring the penis dimensions, you need to consider the following :

‎1. length (the measurement from the base of a man’s penis to the tip) and

‎2. girth (the distance around a ‎penis, usually measured at the middle of a man’s penile shaft).

The average penis ranges between 3.5 and 6.2 ‎inches in length and between 3.7 and 5.1 inches in girth ‎when erect.‎

If you think that you have a small penis, and still have doubts, it would be recommended that you consult with your doctor and seek counselling. This can help you become more confident with your sexuality.

I hope this helps.

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