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Can age makes penis smaller every year?
Anon_64991 posted:

I am 39 years old man. In 2011, I got Testosterone gel as this level was low according to doctor. My sexual activity is very limited, sometimes once in a month, however I do get erection in the night sometimes.

I have read that overall interest in sexual intercourse is reduced due to age, which is also true in my case. However, since couple of months, I have experienced that my penis is getting smaller in size along with my testes. This is making me little conscious and depressed.

- Is this due to age?
- If not, what could be reason?
- Is there any remedy?


dfromspencer responded:
Yes, unfortunately, the penis does in fact get smaller as we age. But, it should not decrease in size on a monthly basis. I would strongly suggest you see an Urologist.

Something here does not sound good to me? Talk to your Dr. he/she may have an answer for you.

Good luck!
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