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Hi,iwant to know about hormones that can use for penis enlargement....are they harmfull...which one is better and any other information about them.... thanks alot...
Sorry, not only are such (androgenic) hormones dangerous but they do not work. You may be reassured by the following information; penis size growth typically doesn't start until around 11-16 years of age (average: 13-14). Normal penis size covers a wide range, and the average size is probably smaller than you think: about 3 to 4 inches (about 9 cm) in a non-erect, mature male adult. As there are boys and men with penises larger (perhaps twice that size), there are also boys and men who have smaller, and still normal, sized penises. Rather than worry too much, remember the old saying: "it's not the size that matters, it's what you do with it!" Hope this helps.
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