I was just wondering what age a penis should stop growing at?
I'm 26 and in the last year its gotten bigger by 1.5 inches putting it to 7.75 inches long by 6 inches in girth, all well and good, except my partner is finding it a bit uncomfortably big and I have to be very carefull when we are having sex not to go in the full way, which is a bit of a pain.
My queston is, Is this unusual and when can I expect it to stop?
What age should a penis stop growing at?
Penis growth past puberty is unusual. Penis growth for practically all guys is completely done with by the time they reach 20, although most are finished growing by 17.
I haven't heard of the penis continuing to grow at age 25-26, unless you were suffering from low testosterone or other growth hormone since puberty, and were put on a hormone replacement therapy prescribed by your doctor, then some penis growth would be possible, but it would only be catching up from a size that was not even adult size before.
Are you sure you measured correctly, and the same way? Did you take averages? Because there can be significant size differences from erection to erection - that's why its important to use averages and measure the exact same way each time.
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I have not been on HRT & I have measured a good few times on different days and its coming out at that, there is a noticable difference, it was highlighted first when she said she could feel that it was bigger than it used to be.
I think I am a late developer, as I only got hairs on my chest in the last year or so, but could I be that late that I am only reaching full size now??
There can be a second growth spurt, though it's not common, and yours is the latest age I've ever heard it happening.