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What is a micropenis?

MEN spend a lot of time thinking about their underworld.

They will often worry when they have done it an average killergenerally there is nothing to worry about.

A micropenis is diagnosed at birth and is usually due to a hormonal imbalance

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A micropenis is diagnosed at birth and is usually due to a hormonal imbalancePhoto credit: Getty

However, there is a real condition called micropenis, where the member is much smaller than average.

It’s something you know you have from a young age.

It’s not just a small penis, it’s a condition caused by a number of reasons that manifests itself at birth.

For those who are new to this topic, we’ve outlined the key details on all things micropenis…

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What is a micropenis?

A micropenis, as it might suggest, is an unusually small penis.

It’s usually caused by a rare, hormonal, or genetic problem.

Doctors can usually diagnose and treat it at birth.

A micropenis is defined as less than 9.3 cm or 3.66 inches.

When a person has a micropenis, their testicles and internal genitals are usually normal.

It doesn’t usually affect sexual function, but some may find it harder to urinate while standing.

How many people are affected?

It is a fairly rare condition, affecting about 1.1 in 10,000 male newborns.

The condition can be linked to environmental factors or genetic problems.

Hormonal problems are the most common cause of a micropenis.

A lack of testosterone during pregnancy is usually the cause.

This happens when the male fetus does not produce enough testosterone or when the expectant mother does not produce enough human chorionic gonadotropin hormone.

It would lead to that the penis not develop properly.

Between birth and three months of age, a baby boy has a surge in testosterone, which is crucial for growth.

When this is disrupted by hormonal issues, the baby can end up with a smaller penis.

How would you know if you have a micropenis?

While having a small penis is a concern for many men, most actually are about average.

A doctor will usually have diagnosed you with a micropenis at birth.

But if you think you might have one, you can see a doctor.

They will measure you and validate you in one way or another.

Can a micropenis be treated?

Treatments are available for people with micropenis.

Hormone therapy, which includes testosterone cream or injections, can help the penis grow.

But they are more effective before puberty than later.

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Surgery is also an option, where doctors can place an implant in the penis to make it appear larger.

However, this carries a high probability of complications.

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