Penis Enlargement Surgery

in on Jun 01, 2013 . 0 Comments.

In our last blog, we told you all about the dangers of going under the knife and undergoing penis enlargement surgery. ‘Penoplasty’ or ‘phalloplasty’ (as it’s known in surgical circles) is a medical procedure that, while most of us are aware of it, very few of us really understand exactly what’s involved. So we thought we’d give you an in-depth review of what exactly happens on the operating table. We’ll warn you, though - it’s not for the faint of heart...! Well, whoever said reading about scalpels and genitals coming together was ever going to an enjoyable experience, hey?!

First of all, you’ll need to track down a private surgeon in South Africa who specialises in penis enlargement and agree the specifics (date, fee, etc.). Your doctor will be obliged to set your expectations realistically. He’ll have to tell you that you shouldn’t expect to double your flaccid length or increase your erect size by very much (certainly not in length). You’ll also have to detail your medical history to ensure that you’re safe to have the surgery. You’ll then be asked to sign a consent form. Then photographs will be taken for a ‘before and after’ comparison. And you’ll have your pubic hair shaved.

Now - onto the surgery itself. The operation can either be carried out under local anaesthetic so that you’re awake but numbed or under general anaesthetic, where you’re fully under. Many surgeons will begin the procedure with a circumcision (to avoid foreskin swelling, which can be massively uncomfortable). Obviously, circumcision is irreversible and not without its drawbacks (if you’ll pardon the pun) - it’s a painful recovery period.

Let’s say you’ve gone in to have your member lengthened and the width enlarged. The lengthening procedure begins with a fairly small incision being made just above the base of your penis. Now, there is a ligament which suspends the penis from the pubis, which runs from the pubic bone to the very top of the visible penis. This snip causes the penis to drop forward somewhat, giving the appearance from the outside of an extra one to two inches of length

The next step is for the ligament to be reattached slightly lower down and a patch of of skin - usually taken from the pubic area to be used to cover the new extended top of the penis. That’s then sewn up.

Now, moving onto the ‘girth’ part of the surgery. To enlarge or increase the width of your penis, it’s liposuction time. First, fat will be needed from your body to bolster your size. It’s more often than not sucked out of your thigh or abdomen and injected into the tissue of your penis. Injection is preferred as it doesn’t scar. The surgeon will normally intentionally put slightly too much fat in as the body often absorbs some on healing anyway.

After surgery, you’ll need at least one to two weeks of rest and relaxation. You’ll also need to avoid exertion and exercise for a month or so and definitely swerve sex and masturbation for six weeks. Once you’ve recovered you should notice a small improvement in flaccid length (between one and two inches) and a greater girth. The width increase is temporary, though. As we say, the body reabsorbs fat when it’s artificially inserted, so you’ll need to visit your cosmetic surgeon again in six months time.

If you don’t like the sound of invasive surgery and want to try out traction - the only natural and safe way to a bigger penis - then take our advice. Forget the doctors. Just look around our site. We’ve got the answer!

Last update: May 26, 2014


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