Monday, August 31, 2015
For centuries men have wanted to increase the size of their penis. To accomplish this they’ve spent thousands on penis pumps, enlargement pills and more. For some, these methods simply aren’t affective enough. If a man has an unusually sized penis and no other methods have worked for him surgery may be their next option.
There are a lot of misconceptions behind enlargement surgery. The main one being that it doesn’t actually enlarge your penis. At least half of your penis is inside your body. What the surgeon does is cut a ligament that attaches your penis to the pubic bone. Once cut your penis extends out of your body another 2 to 3 inches. Usually some pubic liposuction follows to further make your penis seem larger. Doctors will also recommend losing weight and trimming your pubic hair, both of which will make your penis seem larger.
This is the safest form of surgery for penile enlargement. Some experimental procedures have been tried that literally increased the length but there are extreme dangers associated with these so most surgeons do not practice them.
The cut ligament style of surgery can cause some issues in terms of sex. That ligament helps you control your erection. If your erection were to slip out during sex it could then hit your partners pubic bone causing severe amounts of pain for both you and your partner.
Surgery is a rather extreme procedure and should only be done when absolutely necessary. You should not have it done if you’re penis is larger than 4 inches as it is unnecessary and the dangers involved far outweigh the benefits.
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