HGH Can Make Your Penis Bigger: True or Myth

By Patrick Banks

Posted 3 weeks agoSEX

Studies show men are more concerned about the size of the penis than women. However, penis size has little to do with one’s sexual ability and other masculine features. Other than the physical trait, sex is influenced by many factors, among them; relationship, self-confidence and sense of humor.


Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is one of the most discussed remedies for men with small or less than average size penis. HGH is secreted by the pituitary gland or the hypophysis gland.

The hormone is widely believed to promote younger looks and feel. It also regulates lipolysis or the metabolism of fats and sugar and promotes the growth of bones and muscles. Because of its chemical build-up, HGH has a shorter half-life. Synthetically produced HGH is often used as an active ingredient in various medications that are purchased Over-the-Counter (OTC) and on the web. 

Understanding the Penile Physiology


Men have traditionally turned to pills, injections and surgery to enlarge their penises. However, extra precaution must be undertaken when performing enhancement procedures to avoid damaging the structure of the penis and causing complications like Erectile Dysfunction (ED). Patients also need to understand the function of the penis. According to an excerpt on published in VeryWellHealth, the penis is a complex organ whose three main functions are:

  • Erection
  • Urination
  • Ejaculation


The main components of the penis are the urethra and the erectile body or corpus cavernosum. When stimulated, the corpus cavernosum usually fills with blood to produce an erection. The corpus cavernosum extends from the glans to the pelvis. The urethra is a lengthy tubule that runs inside the penis all through to the bladder. A significant portion of the penis growth takes place during the puberty stage. The growth spurt is aided by hormone Dihydrotestosterone (DHT). 

Why do men seek penis enlargement


Gender disparity abound when it comes to penis size. Men are more preoccupied by the size of their penis compared to their female counterparts. According to a 2016 study published on Psychology of Men and Masculinity journal, 85% of women who took part told researchers said they were satisfied with the size of their partner’s penis compared to 14% who preferred larger penis. 

According to VeryWellHealth , the key reasons why men augment their penis include:

Physical pressure


Men suffering from conditions that cause the penis size to shrink may be forced to seek penis enlargement. For instance, men with micropenis, a penis that stretch to 3 inches may seek treatment so as to overcome low self-esteem and other psychological issues. The condition can also cause infertility and urination challenges.

Men suffering from Peyronie’s disease and buried penis may experience difficulties making a woman pregnant. Peyronie’s disease causes irregular bending of the penis and appears in later stages of life. Buried penis, on the other hand, arises when the penis is obscured under the body fat. The condition is common in obese people.

Psychological reasons


Although the average penis size is 5 to 6 inches in length and 4 to 5 inches in circumference, most men are still preoccupied by the size of their penis. If left unchecked, the perception may cause serious psychological problems, which may erode quality of life. One of the most common psychological disorders is Penile Dimorphic Disorder (PDD). The disorder can be treated easily through appropriate target counseling rather than undergoing penile enlargement.

How To Make Your Penis Bigger – Common Penis Augmentation Options


Penises are varied based on size, color and shape. Men who are comfortable with the size of their penises are generally self-confident and enjoy more active sexual life. According to Healthline, here are 5 common treatments for enlarging the penis size or girth:

  • Device stretching – this manual stretching procedure involves the use of a special penis pump. Patients must follow the appropriate treatment procedures to achieve the desired results.
  • Hormone therapy – men with hormonal imbalance issues can seek intervention through injections and oral medications. Hormonal imbalance is usually caused by many factors, including low libido, unexpected weight gain and mood swings.
  • Injections – several injections have been approved to enlarge the size of the penis. The Shafer Width and Girth procedure involves the use of syringe laden with hyaluronic acid or other specified fillers. The plastic surgeon will typically offer 3 to 5 jabs of injection to help patients attain the desired size. The treatment can also be applied to other parts of the body, such as the lips.
  • Surgery – many male patients have successfully undergone the Penuma device surgery to enlarge the size of the penis. This surgical procedure involves implantation of a crescent shaped device beneath the penile skin, in the area above the spongy cylindrical tissues.


Impact of Growth Hormone on Manhood Size


Urologists can suggest different treatment procedures to help men unsatisfied with the size of their penis. The treatment measures include exercise, hormone therapy, supplements, surgery and use of vacuum and pumps. The use of HGH therapy on penile and testicular size continues to gain wide acceptance due to encouraging laboratory tests and analysis. In a widely published study appearing on NCBI, a team of researchers analyzed genital and gonadal growth in 20 boys treated with Human Growth Hormone (HGH) over a period of one year. 

During the analysis, subjects with hereditary growth hormone deficiency (IGHD) were established to have a bigger deficit in penile size. Also, 13 boys had penises that fall within below the average mean length. Treatment with HGH helped improve the penile length on all the boys who took part in the study except two. The growth was also noticeable on the gonads and genitalia. Three boys with small penises saw their penises grow to attain normal size. The study concluded that HGH deficiency has the capacity to curtail penile growth and testicular size. 

People with low HGH may experience the following common symptoms:

  • High levels of cholesterol
  • HBP (High Blood Pressure)
  • Diminished cardiac function
  • Reduced capacity to exercise
  • Increased fat mass

Other benefits of HGH


HGH has numerous health benefits. According to WebMD, the FDA approved HGH was developed in 1985 to promote development of children and Adults. In children, HGH injections are often administered to treat Prader-Willi syndrome, Turner’s syndrome, HGH insufficiency, chronic kidney disease, among other conditions.

Prader-Willi syndrome is a rare genetic condition characterized by low levels of sex hormones, poor muscle tone and recurring hunger. Turner’s syndrome is also a genetic disorder that causes developmental retardation in girls. 

HGH injections can also be administered to children born younger compared to their expected gestational period. Among adults, HGH is also approved to treat a host of conditions, i.e. HGH deficiency, Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS) and muscle wasting. SBS is a type of muscle wasting associated with sexually transmitted diseases like HIV/AIDs.

Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS) is usually caused by poor nutrient absorption, which arises from intestinal disease. The condition can also be caused by surgical extraction of a large portion of the small bowel. 

HGH Side Effects and Warnings


A number of medications have been developed to help patients get bigger and lasting erections. Patients seeking treatments to extend the penis size and boost sexual performance should understand the side effects of the various treatments. When speaking to the doctor, patents should be honest to ensure they get the appropriate medical intervention.

The doctors are also best placed to answer concerns about the penis size. It is important to recognize that the effects of HGH may be subdued due to aging. Although HGH penis enlargement has been shown to increase the size of the penis, here are the possible side effects as highlighted by WebMD:

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • High cholesterol levels
  • Nerve, joint and muscle pain
  • Edema (the swelling of the body part)
  • Numbness or tingling of the skin
  • High risk of developing diabetes
  • Development of cancerous tumors


A growing segment of American weightlifters use HGH to build bulk and boost performance. These weightlifters are generally older and exhibit more muscular features compared to those who do not use HGH supplements. Because of the high cost of HGH, some people, including weightlifters have turned to illicit or counterfeit HGH bought off the streets. This form of HGH may produce serious health risks such as respiratory, endocrine and cardiac problems. 

HGH Replacement Therapy


The HGH Therapy Clinic is a leading provider of HGH replacement therapy for men and women. The Growth Hormone treatment is administered through injections mostly. Treatment involves running a number of tests to determine the level of growth hormone in the body. Since the clinic primarily works with people with hormone deficiency, patients seeking HGH therapy must first get a prescription.

The doctors will typically monitor the patients’ bone density, cholesterol, insulin and blood glucose before giving a prescription. The medications and prescriptions offered at the clinic are issued by a team of qualified endocrinologists. The clinic does not offer treatment to children with HGH deficiency and does not sell HGH supplements for bodybuilders.

Photo by Dainis Graveris on SexualAlpha.

About the author Patrick Banks

Patrick is a Berlin-based dating advisor, motivational speaker, a huge fitness and vegan diet enthusiast and the main editor at Wingman Magazine, specialised in men's health. His ultimate goal is to share with men around the world his passion for self-development and to help them to become the greatest version of themselves. He believes a healthy body and successful social interactions are two main keys to happiness.