Before you read any further, the answer to the above answer is a categorical NO! Just in case you’re too busy to read the rest of this article, if there is one thing you should take away from this article, it’s this… Surgery is NOT an option you should be considering to enlarge your penis.
There are several reasons for this. Firstly, the penis is a complicated organ. Unlike a woman’s breasts which is mostly just flesh and fatty tissue, a penis is full of nerve endings and it’s small by nature. The room for error is very small and the risk of complications is high.
Basically, surgery is done to increase the penile length and girth. This is achieved by cutting the suspensory ligament in the penis. Ouch! That itself sounds painful. After that, plastic surgery is performed on the penis to make it look presentable.
There is a catch to cutting the suspensory ligament. Before understanding the catch, you need to know the purpose of the suspensory ligament. What it does is to keep the penis pointing upwards when it’s erect.
Once the ligament is cut, there is nothing to hold the penis up when it’s hard. The only thing worse than having a small penis, is having a big penis that points to the floor even when it’s erect. This is the catch. Furthermore, only flaccid length will show a change. Erected length stays about the same. So, it will not really make a difference in the bedroom.
Penile girth is increased by removing fat from the abdominal wall or thighs by liposuction and then injecting that fat under the penile skin. That’s two surgical procedures! Neither of which is very fun. The results are often disappointing. Most men who have undergone this procedure report a loss of girth within a year. So, the results are not permanent. Therefore, the juice just ain’t worth the squeeze.
There are several complications that may arise and many men who have undergone penile enlargement surgery have reported these complications. So, it’s not an isolated or freak occurrence. It’s more common than expected.
There have been cases where men report impotence after surgery. Some develop nodules or deformed penises when the injected fat doesn’t disappear uniformly. So, from a short penis, they have gone on to a longer and uglier one.
In some cases, scrotalisation occurs. What is scrotalisation, you ask. Good question. Scrotalisation is the appearance of the penis coming out from the scrotum instead of the abdominal wall. In other words, it’s just a freaky appearance. This is not what any guy would wish on his worst enemy.
Other than the above, there is the usual infection risks and bleeding that come with any surgery. Most men are real sensitive about pain or anything untoward happening in their nether regions. So, surgery is often a last resort for the most desperate of men.
In most cases, their penis can be lengthened using natural penis enlargement methods which comprise of a series of massage techniques and stretching methods. They can see size gains which range from 1 to 4 inches. It’s safe, healthy and the results are permanent. Definitely a way better option than surgery. Putting a blade on your penis is never a good idea.