AUA Summit - Is Your Child's Penis Size Healthy?


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Is Your Child's Penis Size Healthy?

Headshot of Dr. Courtney Rowe.

On this episode of the Urology Care Podcast, we sat down with Dr. Courtney Rowe, a pediatric urologist at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford, CT. Dr. Rowe talks about how parents can know if their child’s penis size is healthy.

Short on time? Use the below timestamps to jump to any section:
00:42 - Introduction
01:13 - What does a healthy penis look like?
03:29 - Overview of medical terms for boy's bodies
04:41 - Why do some parents worry about the size of their child's penis?
05:56 - What are some reasons why a child's penis may look small?
10:31 - When should a parent be worried about their child's penis size?
13:34 -  Advice for parents

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August 24, 2023

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