9-week-olds I meant.But the body continues to grow after that, right? So the relation between penis and body gets smaller with age?
http://www.asiaandro.com/archive/1008-682x/5/33.htm -- I'm mainly interested in this study. They started treating 6-week-olds with an antiandrogen which a human wouldn't ever take before the age 18. So I perhaps the results of this study aren't comparable with humans. What do you think of 6-week-olds?
A 13-year-old human may be able to ejaculate and ovulate and thus reproduce, but that doesn't mean that's the end of puberty and development.
I know, but I'm asking precisely about penis size, not reproductivity. Isn't there any visible growth then?well they say that 5-6 weeks is when male rats reach full sexual maturity. So I would think that would actually be all that would matter, not penis size at all.
but honestly we are all rat pet lover's not research scientists.... Im not sure how anyone here is going to be able to help u on that.