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Can PE stunt penis growth during puberty?

Weight lifting is known to be able to stunt growth in teens who have not yet completed puberty. Can PE do the same thing for the penis if puberty is not yet complete?

I think it will support growth

How many inches can a guy gain? Most of people have successfully gained an inch but what is the maximum penis size increase? I know it depends on the person but it is possible to gain more than 2 inches? For example.2-1/2 or 3 inches would be possible by stretching and jelqing for 3 or 4 years?

Originally Posted by rongurl

Weight lifting is known to be able to stunt growth in teens who have not yet completed puberty. Can PE do the same thing for the penis if puberty is not yet complete?

Is there something you’re not telling us rongurl? :-k


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Well if you are asking if I am a teen, you are correct. Puberty lasts until 21 or so I think, basically I was told the penis stops growing when YOU stop growing. I am 19 and most likely not done growing, and also am not entirely done with puberty being that I don’t have full facial hair, and my pubic hair has not thickly reached my happy trail hair.

Your penis may still grow even though you are done growing in height naturally. Up to age 23 even 25. You ask the question can anyone grow more than an inch, whom I don’t know.


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There are those who claim to have gained as much as 5 inches, most of us don’t believe a word of it.

There are a few who are in the +2” club, more of these have been verifiable and/or credible, but they appear to be unusual gainers.

Your results may vary.


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Well it’s not that I don’t believe the “heavy” gainers, but I do attribute quite large gains to an increase in erection and blood flow, not always so much actual tissue. I’m thinking most of the men that gain that much are older and have lost a lot of their size anyways through the years and are just getting it back.

Originally Posted by rongurl
Weight lifting is known to be able to stunt growth in teens who have not yet completed puberty.

Link to study please.

I know that heavy weight lifting in the early stage of puberty can cause problems to bones, junctions and eventually decrease height gain you were suppose to have as a teenager, but not normal weight lifting.

PE has nothing to do with weight lifting. In my experience you can promote overall Penis health AND size by doing PE exercises in puberty.

Originally Posted by TheDark
I know that heavy weight lifting in the early stage of puberty can cause problems to bones, junctions and eventually decrease height gain you were suppose to have as a teenager, but not normal weight lifting.

Link to study please.

Not really a study man it’s common knowledge. Look up “heavy weight lifting in puberty” or something like that on google.

It may be “common knowledge,” but that doesn’t mean it’s true. Every time you hear anything on a reputable TV show or look at an article in a magazine about penis enlargement, they all say that it doesn’t work. Does that mean they’re right, because it’s common knowledge that penis enlargement is a scam? How about the common knowledge that drains flow counter-clockwise in the northern hemisphere, and clockwise in the sounthern hemisphere? Everyone knows that. Now try the toilets and drains in your house. Or how about the common knowledge that the seasons are a result of the earth’s distance away from the sun?

If I google it, it will just show a bunch of know-it-all clowns presenting it as an obvious fact that needs no further explanation. Just because you heard it from some guy who heard it from some other guy in a weight room, doesn’t mean it’s right. That’s why I wanted a study, because I don’t believe that it’s true, and I have a lot of empirical evidence suggesting that it isn’t true.

Originally Posted by rongurl
Well it’s not that I don’t believe the “heavy” gainers, but I do attribute quite large gains to an increase in erection and blood flow, not always so much actual tissue. I’m thinking most of the men that gain that much are older and have lost a lot of their size anyways through the years and are just getting it back.

It’s probably a misconceptions of young guys that men loose size with age. At age 47 (before I started pe) my dick was exactly like at age 17. Also - statistics don’t show major differences between younger and older men.

So the effect of pe is not ‘REGAINING’ but ‘GAINING’.


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Originally Posted by ticktickticker

It’s probably a misconceptions of young guys that men loose size with age. At age 47 (before I started pe) my dick was exactly like at age 17. Also - statistics don’t show major differences between younger and older men.

In a recent study “Penile size and somatometric parameters among Iranian normal adult men”, which can be found at http://www.nature.com/ijir/journal/…s/3901532a.html, they make the statement “Multivariate regression analysis showed that penile dimensions are significantly correlated with age (P=0.018)”.


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