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Discussion in 'Penis Enlargement Forum' started by want8, Apr 27, 2006.
He'll be fine want8. Isn't an "S" shape to the spine a sign of scoliosis??
Yeah, but the point is that it's rare for a 14-year-old to be that tall. Always ask questions.
When I was around that age I was taken to an endocrinologist and was told that my testicle size was below that of someone for my age (I think i was 13 at the time). I don't think I was over 6 feet tall at that time, but I'm currently 6'3. I don't remember ever going for a second visit, though, so I'm guessing it was just a fluke of sorts and my body kicked into gear soon after.
I'd imagine that any sense of urgency is because development during puberty is vital to a male or female's health (especially sexual health) after puberty. Underdeveloped testicle size may lead to lowered (or no) sperm count, and therefore the issue would become one of adjusting your son's hormonal level so that he develops in a manner that would avoid sterility later in life.
I'm not an expert though, so please don't quote me on this. My knowledge of sexual development is somewhat limited. Good luck, and keep us posted, please.
I'm sorry to hear this news. My best wishes go to you and your son.
I'm sorry to hear that want8. Have they done the karyotype yet? If not, how can the doctor be so sure? The symptoms aren't really obvious.
He won't be able to have children. The treatments are for his testosterone levels to become balanced for growth purposes and bodily functions.