T he bouncer looks me up and down. Then, as he beckons the rest of my year-old schoolmates into the nightclub without hesitation, he looks me up and down again. He calls another bouncer over. They take it in turns to look me up and down. Everyone in my school year looks on from inside the club, passersby stop to gawk. My head turns so red that it threatens at any moment to blast off into space.
Hey, thanks for your question. Lots and lots of guys worry about this kind of thing so it's great that you've had the courage to ask a question about it. You've pretty much answered your question already, to be honest, but I'll recap some of what you've said and fill in a couple of blanks here and there. Penises gradually get longer and thicker during puberty : this phase can start in the early teens and end in the twenties. Some people start earlier, some start later, and some people finish this process earlier than others; others finish it later.
When Do Penises Start and Stop Growing, and Can You Increase the Size?
My problem is that my penis didn't grow when I was going through puberty. My penis and testicles have not grown since I measured them when I was 12 and I am now I also have small breasts and protruding nipples, which causes more problems. My penis measures two inches flaccid and five and a half inches erect and the girth is four and a half inches.
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. The growth rate during puberty varies from one male to another. A 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.