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MICROPENIS: ALL THE QUESTIONS YOU’VE BEEN TOO SHY TO ASK

MICROPENIS: ALL THE QUESTIONS YOU’VE BEEN TOO SHY TO ASK

MICROPENIS: ALL THE QUESTIONS YOU’VE BEEN TOO SHY TO ASK

Have you had some questions concerning micropenis but are shy to ask them? Don't worry since this article will help you discover more about your suspicions.

According to Hatipoğlu, N., & Kurtoğlu, S. (2013), micropenis is a diagnosis that might be made incorrectly. It is wise to measure the length of the penis to ascertain whether you have a micropenis or not. According to King (2020), a penis is only considered small if it measures below 7.5 centimeters or three inches when erect. Penises come in different shapes, sizes and thickness. The size of a man's penis is closely related to several factors such as genetics, testosterone, ethnicity, and hormonal composition. Despite a large penis being most liked by ladies because of good sex, it is not always the case for some people. Some partners prefer small penises that will satisfy them instead of monster cocks that will not make them orgasm and only make them uncomfortable. 

Sometimes you may hear people talk about penis sizes, and anything that is not huge is a micropenis. It turns out that the men's population with micropenis goes as low as only 0.6%. The condition where a man has micropenis is usually administered during childbirth. A micropenis size is below the average male penis size. However, it works like any other manhood, and if you know how to use yours, there won't be much difference between you and an average-sized penis man.

If you have a micropenis, you don't hold any responsibility for what is happening to you. It is a condition you were born with; hence, there is nothing to worry about unless otherwise. Research shows that micropenis develops during the gestation process, and it can be mostly caused by low HCG, a hormone responsible for stimulating the development of the penis. Additionally, low levels of LH hormones – responsible for testosterone production, affect the size of the penis during development. Hormonal imbalance or dysfunction during the development of the penis can also affect its size considerably. Moreover, a micropenis is linked directly to chromosome disorders such as androgen insensitivity syndrome and tuners syndrome.

There is no specific gene responsible for the development of a micropenis. Therefore, if you are diagnosed with a micropenis, do not worry since pleasurable sex is not always about penetration. 

Sometimes, men feel that the size of their penis is what matters. Most of them experienced concerns or had some doubts about their penis size at one point. Also, ladies talk about their men’s penis sizes with other men or fellow girlfriends. 

However, everyone is different in characteristics and features like any other body part. The penis is uniquely designed with spongy tissues, and it depends on puberty to determine how it will develop. 

Naturally, no man is in control of their penis sizes without using external means. If men were ever given control of the type of penis they should have, the world would be filled with monster cock, terrifying. 

What is a Micropenis?

 Several criteria are considered for a penis to be micro. It mostly involves medical conditions diagnosed by professionals in the medicine field. When erect, a grown-up man with less than a 2.8 inches long penis is a micropenis. 

Can You Treat Micropenis?

Although there are a lot of men who look for ways to increase their penis sizes, only a few of them have the luck to accomplish their mission. They have few options to choose from, which don't work for all men. Also, the methods are usually effective before puberty; hence after that period, changing your penis size becomes a tough task. The methods that can be used to treat Micropenis include:

Hormonal Therapy

This involves injecting testosterone cream and intramuscular testosterone after the child is less than one month old. It increases the development of the boy’s penis. The child will experience a hundred percent penis increment if the treatment succeeds. 

Surgery

This is a riskier option, and it involves highly trained medical professionals. It involves the insertion or implanting of some tissues into the penis. However, this method comes with several complications, and most people don't go for it. 

Gender Reassignment

When parents realize their children have a micropenis, they will sort for gender reassignment for a long time. Although this was done so that the boys could have a comfortable life, it involves questioning moral consent. Also, the method is less efficient compared to other methods such as testosterone treatment. 

Psychological Factors Affecting Men with Micropenis

In today’s society and even traditionally, the size of a man's penis is attached to the great importance that cannot be ignored. However, nowadays, it is more of a locker room culture and bearing all the pressure of ladies always wanting a man with a big penis. 

In a long-term study and research, men with micropenis were found to have a pure sense of masculinity and high confidence. Also, it was found that men with sexual complications such as low libido, erectile dysfunction, sexual satisfaction, and sexual functioning form steady and healthy relationships with their partners. 

The Bottom Line

Some men haven't had a medical examination and been diagnosed with a micropenis but feel they are in that situation. Such kinds of men are misdiagnosing themselves. Two other conditions resemble micropenis; a brined penis, also referred to as a hidden penis, where a man's penis is hidden below the skin, thighs, scrotum, or abdomen, and a webbed penis which closely resembles a micropenis. This is an abnormal condition where the scrotum is attached to the underside of the penis. The condition can be developed from childbirth or the effects of a wrong circumcision. 

References

Hatipoğlu, N., & Kurtoğlu, S. (2013). Micropenis: etiology, diagnosis and treatment approaches. Journal of clinical research in pediatric endocrinology, 5(4), 217King, B. M. (2020). Average-size erect penis: Fiction, fact, and the need for counseling. Journal of sex & marital therapy, 47(1), 80-89.

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