Penis not grown since a child

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Hello, it might sound over the top, but my penis has seriously not grown since I was a kid (I'm now 22). In fact, I can't remember it growing at all. My penis also looks like a child's - no actual "bellend". It's also small - about 2 inches flaccid and 5 inch erect. When I went to the doctors a year ago with it, she just said "I was small" and there's nothing to worry about, but there is something to worry about as it's bloody embarrassing. I can't link a photo, but does anyone else know what I'm about? It does not look like the "typical" adult penis at all.

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  • Posted

    If your partner is happy with what you do for her with it, don't worry

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  • Posted

    It takes your partner to tell you what she likes, outside of the penetration.  Kissing and touching whichever parts of her body she likes most.  Young women often don't know, and you have to explore.  This site is not really the place to explain in more detail.

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  • Posted

    Hi, 

    Do not worry. 

    Everyone gets different penises, the length is not very necessary, skill is more important. 

    Do not think too much, just like they other people replied, as least your partner likes, then that is fine!

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    I went to the doctors today and she's referring me to a urologist. I literally have no bellend like the mushroom look to my penis, it just looks a child's in every way.

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    This is what I'm talking about, it still looks like the one on the left!

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