According to Medicalnewstoday, the men organ typically stops growing by the end of puberty, which is usually between the ages of 18 and 21. During puberty, the body undergoes significant hormonal changes that can impact the growth and development of the penis. Specifically, the hormone testosterone plays a key role in stimulating the growth of the men organ, as well as other intimate characteristics such as pubic hair growth and a deepening of the voice.
It's important to note that there is a wide range of "normal" sizes, and the size of the men organ does not necessarily determine intimate pleasure or performance. In fact, research has shown that men organ size is not a significant factor in intimate satisfaction or overall intimate health.
If you have concerns about the size or development of your men organ, it's always a good idea to talk to a healthcare professional. They can provide guidance and reassurance, as well as offer treatment options if necessary. Additionally, it's important to practice good intimate health habits, such as using condoms during intimate activity and getting regular intimate health checkups, regardless of penis size or development.
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