Fully Grown Man Increases Penis Size With TRT (Testosterone)

TRT Penis Growth

Smaller than average penis size? This study on TRT’s effects on penis size should show some promise to grown men looking to increase their own size.

A 34 year old man presented to his doctor with complaints of an under-grown beard and very small amounts of body and pubic hair.

However, upon further examination, the doctor discovered that besides the man also reporting having absent ejaculations & infrequent morning wood, the man had a very small penis (1.9 inches when stretched), about the size of a pre-pubescent boy’s. Testicles were much smaller than average, as well.

These all pointed to underproduction of testosterone, due to hypogonadism.

This could have been occurring since birth, or due to some injury to the testicles… however, it most likely happened before puberty, before penis growth could occur.

His testosterone levels were at 55.99 ng/dL, way below the average range of 270-1,070 ng/dL, so the doctor immediately placed him on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), and kept him on the therapy for 9 months before measuring his penis and testicle size after treatment period.

At the end of the 9 months, his penis length was now 3.7 inches in length, and his testicles had doubled in size…

While not an extreme gain, it’s still pretty amazing that a man well-beyond the end puberty was able to make such gains in penis size from TRT alone.

Would TRT Then Work to Increase YOUR OWN Penis Size?

Testosterone and penis size
Unless you suffer from hypogonadism, TRT on it’s own will not likely have a drastic effect on your penis size.

But if you have micropenis or a significantly smaller penis, and have other of the above-mentioned indicators of possible hypogonadism, don’t hesitate to present these findings to your doctor. If he’s reasonable, he’ll most likely write you a prescription for TRT (which can also comes in gels, patches, pills and other methods that don’t require a doctor’s visit).

Besides reduced body hair and smaller genitalia, here are some other signs of hypogonadism to look out for:

  • Decreased development of muscle mass
  • High pitched voice
  • Excessive growth of the arms and legs in relation to the trunk of the body
  • Development of breast tissue (gynecomastia)
  • Undescended testicles
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Infertility
  • Loss of bone mass (osteoporosis)
  • Having had mumps on the testicles
  • Fatigue
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Hot flashes

It would most likely be a good idea to get your hormone levels tested before assuming you have hypogonadism. Your GP should be able to get this blood work ordered for you.

As to increasing penis size, I’ve made some significant gains with manual penis enlargement exercises, adding a good bit to my erect and flaccid size. Hard to believe, but they work. For more on these exercises, see here.

Have a good one!

-David Carreras aka Mr. Manpower
Mr. Manpower’s Guide to
Overall Manhood Enhancement
[email protected]

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