Testosterone therapy

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  1. Nrets

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    Can it help penis development after puberty?

    I ask because I find myself very angry lately because I am realizing that my development may have been stunted by a cyst that i have on my left testicle.

    I was told that it is non cancerous and alright and all that 2 years ago.

    But thing is I have had it since I was like 12.

    And my penis has honestly been the same size since I was about 13 or 14.

    I know I am not really small. But from what I know everyone else in my family has truly BIG cocks.

    Also my other secondary sexual characteristcs are compromised.

    I am a fairly attractive man...but FUCK,
    my brain doesn't match my body.

    And it makes me avoid situations where I might ...well....FUCK
     
  2. Industrialsize

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    Testosterone therapy has NO effect on Penis size.............
     
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    Oh I should mention that doctors tripped out on my gynecomastia when I was 17 and ran a battery of tests. Estrogen was high. Testosterone was normal.
    They tested for Klinefelter's...chromosomes normal

    So yeah...that is why i thought in my case that testosterone might affect my penis...in the scenario that my testosterone would have been much higher had I been cystless.
     
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    Like i said.........Testosterone will play no part in Penis enlargement of an adult male.......especially seeing you have a normal level.....many men have only one testicle and have normal testosterone levels ..........the ONLY thing it will do is to cause your balls to temporarily atrophy....and I'm sure you don't want that
     
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    I see where your coming from. The keyword is at "puberty". While you were developing it should be possible to enhance that development with increased testosterone levels. I'm not sure if any studies have been done on this, although it seems like quite a harmless thing, as long as the hormones are not steroids. I have heard of cases of stunted growth teens being helped with some hormone therapy, so why not do the same for normal size people...AT PUBERTY?
     
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    te hormone they use for pre-pubescent people with "stunted growth" is HGH(Human Growth Hormone) not testosterone......It's use is controversial and only approved for use in patients with a demonstrable deficiency of HGH.(though that doesn't stop athletes and "rejuvenation" clinics fro using it illegally)
     
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    Indy's absolutely right...I've been on Testosterone therapy.

    If you're putting Testosterone into your body artificially, your testicals will atrophy (shrink up) because their job is taken away from them - that's all that will happen...your penis will not grow.
     
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