The pituitary gland as said by my brain surgeon is very fragile and is easy to damage with head injury, it is on the base of a long stem in your brain.
Thank you for your replies, this is a great discussion and something new to the scientific world that needs attention, but this question still needs some explanation. Very new research has uncovered that concussions and head trauma will slowly decrease or stop hpta temporarily. This is from a published article.
My concussion , i was in a coma for a few days, and i am still recovering motor skills over a year later… but my point being… if concussions can make the hpta inefficient as a result no matter what size the head blow, then it causes a decrease in hormones similar to those with hypogomadism as a child that require hcg to get through puberty.
If you need gh, sex hormones, testosterone , etc to finish puberty, then someone with head trauma in their teenage years did not have sufficient hormomes to finish growth. Can someone confirm this is not true?
So if i have been hindering hpta throughout my puberty years, then i never fully developedy secondary growth characteristics. Which is where hcg may come into play. This isnt just about penis size but overall growth and health. Here are links: