My son is now 11 years old and I have been concerned about the size of his penis for a number of years now. his pediatrician has checked him and always said give him time to grow but at 11 years old I think he would have already. He's really only grown minimally since birth, my younger son 6 years old is easily 3 times the size of him already. Is there a treatment I should explore now or is this something to handle when he's older and more developed. He's in 5th grade and he's starting to get that locker room complex already and I really want to do whatever I can for him. I'm not sure if it's genetic or if it was possibly too much taken off when he was circumsized at birth which I've always suspected but never had anything to back up this theory. Any ideas please let me know. Thank you!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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