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penis size

I'm a 23 year old male and I'm worried I might have ruined the possibility for my penis to fully develop. When I was in my teens when I should have been growing I was anorexic and lost an great deal of weight. After I got over that I've been using alcohol and drugs since I've been 18. I have noticed that my penis and testes haven't really developed much at all over the years. I have recently stopped using everything and I'm wondering if my penis size will catch up to me or is it too late considering I'm 23? I would appreciate anybody's answers, thank you.
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I'm 59.  I would not worried about.  Weight has nothing to do with you penis It in the jeans.  Have you talk to your father.  You may not get any bigger.  You don't say how big it is when your hard.  You have all sizes of penises and balls.  Just stay away from drugs and stuff.  Enjoy what yoy have  Take care
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As mentioned, the main thing is to eat properly, get enough exercise, and stay away from all drugs and excessive alcohol.  Your overall health should allow your sex organs to attain their potential, if any further growth is possible.  You may very well be of normal size already.  
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Thanks for your reply and sorry it took so long to get back to you. It's 6 inches fully erect but it seems like it's a little too thin around 4.7 inches girth. And it especially bothers me when I'm flaccid because sometimes it seems smaller than normal. I also have a lot of anxiety and depression and it seems to affect it even more but it's like a never ending cycle because it's what is causing my depression and anxiety.
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Thanks for your reply yardbull. I'm sorry if I'm double posting because I'm new to this site. So even though I'm 23 I could still catch up to the size I'm suppose to be? May I ask how you know this or if you have any expertise in the issue I'm having? Thanks again I appreciate it.
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Members of the forums are not doctors. They have studied and observed and give general guidance. If you want professional guidance, please contact a doctor. Pleas note the length of flaccid and erect penis has no relationship. Length of erect penis is considered when length of penis is considered. You may confirm this form a urologist .
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