hi havnt posted here for a while but here goes, when does your penis stop growing, because from 14 to abot early 16 my penis was 5.5 inches erect, and hey i wasnt complaining but now its 6.5 and im just a few months into being 16, and ive noticed this in the last few weeks, its such a big change from 5.5 to 6.5, 1stly as i have said, when does it usualy stop growing? or does it vairy from perosn to person, 2ndly, how come it didnt hert. i mean you no u can get growing pains and stuff, well why did i not feel anything inmy penis? i mean my upper groin area kinda hert for a while then stopped n then i measured it and saw the change. do u think that was it?cheers..
Just a quick question
well i dont know about the hurting,and yes it does vary some can end kind of early i believe but normally it ends around 20 21
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I have grown an inch and a half since I was 19 so its all good.
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Welcome back, lazykid123. Penis growth seems to be different in detail for just about everyone. Guys can reach their final size at 12, or not until 30. A typical age would be around 16, but so many people aren't typical. :smile: Though it's not typical and textbooks don't know about it, it's also quite possible to have a second growth spurt in late puberty, and this may be what's happening to you, and happened to Ninjasword71. In any case growth is often not smooth, but happens in fits and starts.
"Growing pains" are not well understood, but are usually associated with skeletal growth. You get taller because your bones grow at specific areas called growth plates. As your bones grow they stretch the tissues attached to them, which stimulates them to grow correspondingly. Your penis doesn't have a bone in it, and it grows by a different mechanism.
hey thanks for the welcome and thanks for answering my question.i guss it does vairy from person to person, my mate was over last night and we had a talk like this and he too said he started to grow.thanks again