I have read that, yes, the penis can get smaller or atrophy with age. BUT! This is preventable and reversible. This website will teach us all how to do it. I'm a prime example. I'm over 60 and have gained more than 1-1/2" by using the exercises and devices talked about here.
I would imagine so, but there are plenty of guys here on this site 60+ who have made great gains and are probably bigger now then at their sexual prime. I would imagine loses as you get older would be easier to recover
I can't speak scientifically but from my own personal experience I'd say yes and no. Twenty years ago I had thought of doing PE and did good measurements, went about a week before the (now ex) wife caught me and made me stop. I'm back to it now and measurements tell me I've lost 1/4" in both length and girth. So it seems maybe its true that one loses as we age, however I'm here now because of a decrease in EQ. I imagine any "scientific" survey will result in the same conclusions, we don't lose size so much as lose EQ resulting in smaller erections. Two weeks in and I can already feel my old size returning on days my EQ is good (I've managed some of the best erections I've had in years over the past few days). I suspect that some of the "beginner gains" in us older folk are simply better erections and getting back what we already had before.
As a 50 year old, I would also say yhe answer is yes and no. While the penis may appear to be smaller with age, as previously mentioned, it can be from a loss of EQ, but also as we age the fat pad tends to increase. After a few weeks on the JP90 routine, my EQ is coming back and I'm trying to lose a few pounds too. Whether its your mind or body, the old adage applies, "use it or lose it".
No matter what you do you will see decreases in muscle mass as you age, obviously this is reversible to an extent but you cant stop it completely. This may cause an increase in a fat pad too. No matter how healthy and fit you are you have to slow down at some stage