My question is could obesity during puberty effect the proper development of the penis? I know that being overweight can reduce the apparent appearance of the penis -the estimates are for every 30 pounds you lose, you can gain up to an inch of effective penis length. However, what I am talking about is REAL growth during puberty. The reason I ask this is because I know fat causes the production of estrogen and I am speculating this could cause stunted penis growth. What would be very interesting to know is the length of men´s penises who were fat during puberty but subsequently lost the weight. If they are generally of average size, then it follows it probably doesnt have an effect. Another interesting thing to note would be the girth of the penis in men who were fat during puberty. If that is average, then it follows development is probably not effected (length would not prove an effective measure in men who are still fat as the fat level itself above the penis will give a shorter result and therefore, we wouldnt know what size the penis would be if the man was of a normal weight - if u catch my drift? However, girth shouldnt be subject to this problem unless its the deep base that is usually the thickest part of the penis). Any results posted by relevant ´subjects´ would be very interesting. Id quite like to write a paper on the subject!!! Wrote this very quickly, so if you dont understand my ramblings, do tell!!!
Obesity and effect on penis size
well no i dont think it effect the size of your dick but it will affect how much you can use of it.. cause your fat would my loobing down and taked up some space... but i'm not fat so so this information may not be accurate
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obesity is not going to affect the size/growth of your penis, however extra fat can make it appear smaller
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Probably no direct effect on penis development. However, low testosterone levels can both inhibit penis growth and cause a tendency to obesity, so there can be some correlation.