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I’m 14 years old soon turning 15. I currently have a 6 inch penis with 4.5 inch girth. How many more inches can it possibly grow? And can it get to 8 inches by the time I’m an adult?


  • Michael Castleman says:

    Penises gain the most length and girth during the teen years, usually topping out by age 20. So chances are yours will continue to grow. But there’s not much chance you’ll get to 8 inches. English researchers measured 15,000 adult men:
    • Average flaccid length: 3.6 inches.
    • Average flaccid girth/circumference: 3.7 inches.
    • Average erect length: 5.2 inches
    • Average erect girth: 4.6 inches.
    Other studies agree to within two-tenths of an inch.
    • Flaccid size has little to do with erect size. Compared with large flaccid organs, small ones grow more to erection.
    • Only 2.5 percent of erections measure less than 3.8 inches long.
    • 13.5 percent are 3.8 to 4.5 inches.
    • 68 percent are 4.5 to 6.0 inches.
    • 13.5 percent are 6.0 to 6.8 inches.
    • And only 2.5 percent are longer than 6.8 inches.
    Where did you get the idea you should be 8 inches?

    Please please don’t fall for any Internet hype about penis enlargement products. They are ALL frauds and the criminals who sell them belong in prison.

    I’m going to send you the Penis Size chapter from my book, Sizzling Sex for Life. It contains suggestions for making the most of what you’ve got. It also cites studies showing that the large majority of women think their men’s penises are just fine. And it reveals one common reason why penises shrink—worrying about size.

    I wish you sizzling sex for life.

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