About my height, I don’t think I’ve ever had a growth spurt. I’m about 5’6 but don’t remember ever really growing fast even though the calculator says I’m either about to enter stage 4 or just entered.
My penis is about 6 inches long and I’m aiming for 6.7 inches. How unlikely is that?
Finally, I’m starting to get a lot of pimples is there anything I can do to get rid of them or make them appear less frequently?
A growth spurt is technically the years you grow faster than you did in your pre-adolescent days. Most people grow 1 to 2 inches per year in childhood (not counting early childhood). Thus, I generally look for years where a person grows more than 2 inches per year. There are people who, instead of shooting up in a short period of time, grow a bit faster but over a longer period of time. Since I don’t have numbers, I can’t say what happened in your life.
Your height, your shoe size, your hand span, and even the length of your penis is determined by the combination of genes you inherited from your parents. You can aim for something all you want, but it won’t change your genes. “Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature?” (Matthew 6:27 NKJV). The answer to Jesus’ question is: “No one.” You already have a longer-than-average penis. Be happy with what God gave you.
In regards to treating acne, see What are the best natural ways to get rid of acne?