Because of this focus on penis size, many men question whether they are normal or feel inadequate regardless of actual size. The “normal” size of the penis is difficult to detect, but a study that evaluated and averaged values from many different studies found that the average length of an upright penis is between 12.7 and 14.6 cm and a circumference between 10 and 10, 5 cm. Even men within these limits may feel inadequate and seek enlargement solutions.
Surgery is an option for men looking for penis enlargement. The following is a discussion of the types, data, and risks of surgery.
What you need to know about penis enlargement and implant surgery
- There are different approaches to penis enlargement and peripheral augmentation surgeries.
- Some penis enlargement surgeries include implants, although they are often used to treat erectile dysfunction instead of enlarging it.
- The risk of complications with all penis enlargement surgeries is relatively high.
- All penis enlargement surgeries are considered experimental.
Types of surgery and penis enlargement implants
There are several types of penis enlargement surgeries.
Extension of surgeries
Penis lengthening surgery generally involves the severance of an inhibitory ligament that connects the penis to the public bone. This allows the penis to break. The skin from the abdomen is placed on the axis of the penis to compensate for the new length.
After recovering from surgery, men are often required to suspend weights from their penis throughout the day. This prevents the body from “healing” the detached ligaments by reconnecting them.
An even more extreme type of surgical extension involves “disassembling” the penis – removing the head from the shaft – and using rib cartilage to reconstruct a type of extension placed between the head and the shaft, lengthening the penis.
Surgeries that increase the circumference
Increasing the thickness or circumference of the penis can be done surgically by fat implantation or tissue transplantation into the shaft of the penis. Generally, fat is injected into various areas around the penis and then kneaded to create a uniform appearance. As with surgery extensions, men may need to use penile weights after recovery to prevent shrinkage. The use of “skin” laboratory tissue is a new and new surgical option that increases the circumference, but research on this approach is limited.
Penis prostheses / implants
There are a limited number of implant devices available on the market. One, known as Penuma, has a unique piece of scientific literature that analyzes its results.
Penuma is a silicone sleeve that is implanted in the shaft of the penis. Men can choose a large, very large or a very large implant. Unsurprisingly, none of the Penuma implants are classified as “small”.
Other penile implants – either semi-sweet or inflatable – are largely designed to help men with erectile dysfunction, rather than increase the size of a fully functional penis. Saved when all other ED treatments fail.
Do penile implant surgeries work?
The short answer here is: it depends. Penis enlargement surgeries often lead to a larger penis. How much bigger? Wait, we will tell you. But not before we warn you – penis enlargement surgeries pose significant risks. So, after reading this section on how “wonderful” the results can be, be sure to read the next one, which talks about possible compensation.
The possible results of penis enlargement surgeries depend to a large extent on the type of surgery you choose to have. A review of 12 types of surgery found that of all penis enlargement surgeries, the average length increase was from 1.7 cm to 3.5 cm – that is, 0.7 to 1.4 inches, for you non-metric types. And the average circumference increases from 1.5 cm to 3.35 cm, or 0.6 to 1.3 inches.
However, the study authors warn: “The treatment of small penis in normal men is supported by small, low-quality data. Structured counseling should always be carried out, with extensions ultimately used by those still seeking improvement, which is considered immoral. In addition to clinical trials, it should remain. ”
Now, let’s talk about compensation.
Risks and complications of penis enlargement surgery
The risk of complications with penis enlargement and implant surgery is quite high. This is why North American Social Sex Medicine has a place in the procedures – it is worth reading in its entirety:
“The Society for the Study of Impotence did not find studies evaluated by peers, objectively or independently controlled or other data, which prove the safety or effectiveness of penis enlargement and surgical enhancement of the area.”
These surgeries are considered experimental and the Company strongly warns patients to consider such surgeries. This is because these procedures do not have a large amount of data and it is not widely accepted that there are no “standard” surgical techniques. Risks for each type of surgery may be different, but generally include:
- Fat loss: fat is reabsorbed in the body
- Irregular bumps and bumps
- Subsequent fat removal surgeries
- Complete reversal of surgery
- Loss of sensation or function
- Reduced elasticity or stretch in the skin of the penis
- Necrosis or death of penile tissue
- Follow-up to correct complications
- Penis shortening
According to a Sexual Medicine Review that looked at both surgical and non-surgical penis enlargement techniques, the discussion of the risks and complications “makes the recommended surgery for men with normal penis size at best and immoral at worst.”
Who Should Have Penis Surgery?
Many men looking for penis enlargement solutions have a really normal penis. Actual penile abnormalities are quite rare and a general consensus among researchers is that these dangerous surgeries should be saved as a last resort for men with a real medical need.