Hello,I'm Male 15 years old turning to 16 next month.
I have two signs of puberty:
1- Adult Underarm Hair
2- Pubic Hair but not covering the whole base of the penis with hair.
3- clear/whitish watery semen during ejaculation
My voice didn't crack ,I still have high pitched voice. my face looks baby face ( Free of acnes, and round-shaped with fluff cheeks). And my main concern is that i have a 3.5 inch penis. Which i see it extremely small compared to my friend's one when i see in shower after PE class.
I have a weird problem which was that before like 6 months, i had my right testicle undescended, and now it came back again! Maybe because im hitting puberty? I think it was undescended from like 5 years, because when i was child i remember that i had the two testicle, but i always in bathroom played with them, like squeezing them alot, and now after it came back, how do i know if its functioning or not?
My voice is getting me embarassed on phone because they think im a girl, and my friends in school are trying to tell that i sound like a girl. I've tried to do what those people called in internet vocal exercises, but no useful. I'm thinking that im going to smoke to prove to people that im mature and for my voice to sound deep.
Is my right testicle functioning?Will i finish puberty with all of signs being done? Will my penis grow to be 6 inch? Will my voice break? Will my face look more mature?View Thread
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