Welcome to Micropenis.info

Hello and welcome to micropenis.info, a site dedicated to the micropenis condition. You are probably reading these lines because you think that you or somebody that you know may have a micropenis.

According to current estimations about 0,5 % (1 in every 200) of males has a micropenis. The term refers to any penis that ,when erect, measures 9 cm (3.5 inches) or less.

If you don't know where to start from I suggest you to begin with the what is a micropenis and maybe the small penis collection (NSWF!!) pages. The first contains all the basics including diagnosis, treatment options etc and the second will give you a good visual example of how a truly small penis looks like.

If you are unsure whether you have a micropenis or not you may want to check the "how to measure your penis"guide.

After that simply use the menu on the top where you can find some quite interesting sections, including interviews, clinical studies, penis enlargement methods etc. There is also the member's corner where you can share your micro penis story and the penis enlargement section where I explore the currently clinically proven enlargement methods like phalloplasty.

The main goal of the site is to collect every bit of information available on the condition, in an effort to answer any question someone may have. Treatments, images, interviews, advise for concerned parents and everything else you might need is here. We even have comics!

I really hope you find the site useful. If you do please consider sharing it on facebook, twitter and other social media. It really helps!

Latest Posts & News

Science Says Your Penis Size Is Just Fine

Some scientists find cures for life threatening diseases, some make weather predicting devices and others come with some truly crazy inventions that change our lives. But not all scientists are like Alan Turing, and truth be told, some times the scientific research reminds us of conversations someone would have after training in the changing room. For example, what is the average penis size?

There have been many, many attempts to answer this question, a question typically made by stressed and nervous men. The most ambitious response to this question, was recently released by the British Journal of Urology in a study named "Am I normal?" 

Supposedly, the study gives once and for all an answer to the "what is the average penis size" question. According to the survey, your size is most probably fine. In this systematic review, the scientists looked at 96 studies on the issue, excluded 70 for many different reasons, put the rest of the data down and reached their conclusions.

According to the scientists, behind the obsession with penile girth and length, hides the concern that if someone finds or thinks you have a small penis then everyone will start talking about you. There is also concern that men who spend much of their time comparing themselves with others, are more likely to develop some dysmorphic disorder, like small penis syndrome. The goal of the scientists who carried out the study is to create a graphic that doctors will show at patients who express concerns about their size, mistakenly believing that they have a micropenis or that they are somehow lacking and inadequate.

The good news is that statistically speaking, your dick is fine. According to the survey, only 2.28% of men have abnormally small penises. A normal penis size is 14.224 cm when erect, and 7.62 cm when flaccid. The most important finding of the survey, however, is that your penis size is not associated with height, weight, age, the length of your fingers or anything else. Yes,  real scientists with PhDs, spent time analyzing the shoe-size myth, just to tell you that it is not true.

Despite the fact that individuals who participated in the survey largely originated from countries in Europe, scientists were able to collect some data from countries such as Nigeria, Jordan and Korea. Trying to create the profile of the truly average penis, the researchers found that the data doesn't show significant differences between the various races.

Although the study seem to promote a somewhat strange message of multicultural unity, bringing hope to most men all around the globe, 2.28% of them will probably be too upset with the findings.

The study notes that to compare yourself with others is a two-edged sword ... and you might end up with exactly the opposite effect, enhancing the feelings of personal failure.

The study's authors argue that this study will also help to investigate the relationship between condom failure and penis size. In 2001, LifeStyles Condoms, had basically tried to do the same, although the attempt looked more like a plot for porn, rather than a serious scientific effort. During the Cancun Spring Break in Mexico, condom manufacturers stood outside a club and invited 401 men to measure their penises with the goal to design better condoms. Interestingly, only 300 of them managed to get an erection. According to the research by LifeStyles Condoms, the normal penis size is 14.92758 cm. 

The study also shows that men tend to over exaggerate their penis size in self-reported poll and surveys. The results show that the difference between small, medium and large penis is not as great as some think.

And just before Valentine's Day this year, the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand was forced to issue a warning to teenagers about the dangers of buying loose condoms. Obviously, the children there were embarrassed to buy the condoms of the right size, which caused an epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases. Apparently, reassuring men for their penises might bring a really positive effect on the wider society.


Sex Education: Best Treatment For Small Penis?

Today I want to share with you a very interesting study I recently came across. The name of the study is "Treatment of men complaining of short penis" and was published in 2005. Purpose of the study was to report the outcome of a sex education-integrated treatment program on men complaining of a short-sized penis.

The study included 92 patients who presented at the Department of Andrology and Sexology of Cairo University Hospital, Egypt. As aforementioned, all men thought that they had a small-sized penis. The researchers first collected medical history, stressing on the duration of the complaint and sexual habits of the patients. Patients were also asked to complete the International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF-5) questionnaire and were tutored by an andrologist on sex education.

The researchers then measured penile length and girth twice using a tape measure in both flaccid and fully stretched states. Each patient was informed that if his flaccid and stretched penis size was 4 cm and 7 cm [or more] respectively, he was considered normal. I disagree with this part as I believe that a 9-10 cm long penis might fall within the "normal range" but it is still quite small and possibly a deal-breaker for many women. But that is just my opinion. 

According to the study, not even a single man was found to have a micropenis. Which is quite surprising considering that all patients compained for having a small penis. The researchers also noted that the majority of the patients found the combination of sex education with standard penile measurements helpful and relieving.

"Men complaining of short penis could be treated using basic principles of sex education with objective methods of penile size evaluation. This combination can correct any previous sexual misconceptions, relieve unnecessary anxiety concerning penile size, and decrease the desire to undertake still-to-be verified lengthening procedures.", conclusion of the study.

Some thoughts
For me, what is so important about this study is that it showcases a very common male problem. And that is how almost every guy thinks he has a very small penis when in fact he is average or just slightly small! If you want to keep something from this study is that knowledge is power. 

If you think your penis is small and thinking of having surgery or other penis enlargement options please first educate yourself on the human penis size. Chances are you will save money, time and regain your confidence just by knowing you are actually average!

- Shamloul, Rany. (2005-06--1) Treatment of men complaining of short penis. , 65(6), 1183-1185. DOI: 10.1016/j.urology.2004.12.066

James' Baby Cock (Photo Submission)

If you use want info to put about me I go by James.  I prefer baby cock to micro penis.  I love having a baby cock and shave my pubic hair into a vertical strip.  The vertical strip makes my baby cock look so tiny and sexy.  I always wear fishnet body stockings with open crotch to show off my baby cock package.  On a good day my erection is 6 cm but typically its between 4-5 cms.  I love having women making fun of my baby cock it's such a turn on.

Micropenis Support Group (Funny Video)

Something different today, just for the laughs... A funny video by "Funny Or Die". Jason goes to his first micropenis support group meeting and discovers that there just may be a way for him to work with his condition.


Micropenis & Penoscrotal Hypospadias (Video)

This video shows a male infant with micro penis and penoscrotal hypospadias, a type of hypospadias. Hypospadias refers to a urethral meatus ("pee-hole") that is located along the underside, rather than the tip of the penis. Video by Dr Attia Elbagoury.

three types of hypospadias, subcoronal midshaft and penoscrotal

Intersex Person with a Micropenis and a Rudimentary Vagina Recognised as Gender Neutral

A French court has set a European precedent by granting a 64-year-old intersex* person with a "micro-penis and a rudimentary vagina" the right to write "gender neutral" on official forms and papers.

However, the state prosecutor has appealed the decision in Tours, central France, over fears that the ruling might lead to other cases across the country demanding recognition of a "third sex".

The case was brought by an intersex person born with both male and female genitals. Referred to as "ile" - a cross between the third person “he” and “she” in French - the unnamed person has a micropenis, a vagina, no testicles and doesn't produce sexual hormones.

"My client was born with masculine and feminine genital organs, in other words a rudimentary vagina, a micro-penis and no testicles. Some 1.7 per cent of newborns have this condition, but doctors normally operate straight after birth to remove one or the other external genitalia and pronounce the person a girl or a boy." said Mila Petkova, the unnamed person’s lawyer.
"During adolescence, I understood that I wasn't a boy. I never had a beard, my muscles never really developed, but at the same time, it was impossible for me to think I'd ever become a woman. I only had to look in the mirror to realize that." said the 64-year-old to French newspaper 20 Minutes.

As of today, the 64-year-old had been referred to as Monsieur. But after the August 20 ruling, which came to public this Wednesday, the court concluded that his gender was “pure fiction”.

"For 64 years I've lived with both sexes. I am proof that you can have a life without suffering a mutilating operation. I finally feel now that I have been recognized for what I am." said the 64-year-old to 20 Minutes.
"It was imposed upon him for his entire existence without him ever being able to express his deepest feelings." said Petkova.

The court ruled that by virtue of the person’s "right to private life, the birth certificate of Monsieur X, which for the past 65 years has attributed to him a masculine gender, should be rectified and now include a neutral status".

The state prosecution appealed the ruling, saying it meant de facto that France recognised a "third gender", which is not mentioned in any of its laws.

Since 2011, people born intersex can have a neutral status on their birth certificate. However, this is only temporal until a decision on the gender is made.

Petkova says that only two other countries in the world have reached similar decisions. In Australia, a person obtained a non-specific gender status, and in Nepal, a “third sex” is recognised.

As for France, transexual people, who have irreversibly changed sex, are allowed to accordingly change their gender status on forms.

*Intersex, in humans and other animals, is a variation in sex characteristics including chromosomes, gonads, or genitals that do not allow an individual to be distinctly identified as male or female. Such variation may involve genital ambiguity, and combinations of chromosomal genotype and sexual phenotype other than XY-male and XX-female.Often, intersex infants and children, such as those with ambiguous outer genitalia, are surgically or hormonally altered to create more socially acceptable sex characteristics. However, this is considered controversial, with no firm evidence of good outcomes.

20 Minutes