At What Age Does Your Penis Stop Growing?

This is a very good question that I get all the time:

“At what age does your penis stop growing?”

The majority of a male’s penis growth is complete by the time he is 16, and within the next couple of years he may get a little extra size.

In a few cases with late bloomers, their penis growth may hit a spurt after 16, but this is the minority of cases.

Testosterone levels during adolescence are what is responsible for your penis growth.  Higher testosterone levels during puberty result in larger penis sizes as an adult (as do testosterone levels in the womb).

At the age of 18 a man can begin a penis enlargement routine if he is not happy with the final size of his penis.

I would not begin penis enlargement exercises any earlier than 18 though, as I am not sure how it would work with your natural growth… it may even get in the way, or prevent the natural growth of your penis that occurs during puberty.  It’s probably best to hold off penis enlargement exercises until you are fully grown.

I’ve gained a little more than an inch in penis size as a fully grown adult, with these manual penis enlargement exercises.

Any questions you may have, don’t hesitate to contact me.

-David Carreras aka Mr. Manpower
Mr. Manpower’s Guide to
Overall Manhood Enhancement
david@mistermanpower.net

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