About Micropenis

Penis Agenesis, also known as micropenis, is related to leydig cell hypoplasia type ii and leydig cell hypoplasia. An important gene associated with Penis Agenesis is SRD5A2 (Steroid 5 Alpha-Reductase 2), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Metabolism of steroids and Transcription Androgen Receptor nuclear signaling. The drugs Hyaluronic acid and Adjuvants, Immunologic have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include prostate, skin and pituitary, and related phenotypes are growth/size/body region and nervous system

Major Symptoms of Micropenis

Micropenis is a condition in which a male's penis is less than 2. 5 centimeters in length. The following are the main symptoms of Micropenis:

1. Short penis: The most significant feature of Micropenis is that the penis length is less than 2. 5 cm, and the length after erection does not exceed 5 cm.

2. Pain: Micropenis may cause pain or discomfort in the penis, especially during sexual intercourse.

3. Urethral resistance: Micropenis may cause increased urethral resistance, resulting in prolonged or difficult ejaculation.

4. Premature ejaculation: Micropenis may cause premature ejaculation because a short penis will lead to insufficient power during ejaculation.

5. Ejaculation volume: Micropenis may cause a decrease in ejaculation volume because a short penis will result in insufficient force during ejaculation.

6. Sexual desire: Micropenis may affect sexual desire, causing men to have less interest or pleasure in sexual activities.

7. Psychological effects: Micropenis may have an impact on men's mental health, causing low self-esteem or anxiety. Micropenis may cause sexual dysfunction and psychological problems, so it is recommended to seek medical help as early as possible so that it can be evaluated and treated.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Micropenis

A suitable lifestyle for people with Micropenis includes the following:

1. Wear loose, breathable underwear and pants to maintain air circulation and humidity.

2. Avoid sitting or standing for long periods of time and do as much standing, walking and other exercises as possible.

3. Do not wear synthetic underwear and shoes as they may cause skin irritation or inflammation.

4. Keep the vulva clean and clean the area regularly to avoid infection.

5. Eat a healthy diet, eat more vegetables, fruits and protein, and avoid spicy, greasy and other irritating foods.

6. Avoid using aphrodisiacs containing hormones to avoid aggravating symptoms.

7. If you have pain or discomfort, please seek medical treatment promptly to avoid delaying treatment. It should be noted that these suggestions are for reference only and may need to be adjusted according to individual circumstances. If you have any questions or require professional advice, please consult a doctor or professional organization.

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