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Penis Enlargement Surgery

Surgery is one of the more recent developments in male enhancement. Penile lenghtening surgery has been available since the early 1970's, although originally only for medical reasons rather than cosmetic.  Cosmetic surgery to increase penile girth, or thickness, began in the USA in the late 1980's. 

For obvious reasons, it is not an option that many men will choose lightly. Letting someone near your penis with a knife is clearly the last resort.

It is also a very expensive option. Basic surgery starts at around $6,000, so as well as nerves of steel, you need to have very deep pockets .


There are 2 types of penis enlargement surgery.

1. Penile injection

This is to increase the thickness or girth of the penis (but not the length). The procedure takes fat cells from elsewhere in the body, and injects them below the surface of the skin in the shaft of the penis.

Because the penile shaft normally has little or no fat, this method results in an unnatural appearance and feel to the penis. There is also the risk of a drastic shifting of the fat injected, causing an uneven and misshaped penis.

Apart from these risks, the problem is the results are usually only short lived. Very often the fat tissues are gradually reabsorbed by the body, so after a year or so any gain has been lost.

2. Penile lengthening by ligament cutting

The most common technique to lengthen the penis is to cut the suspensory ligament that supports it. This makes the penis dangle more, so it looks longer when it is not erect. However, it will probably make NO difference to the size of the erect penis.

Also, the suspensory ligament helps keep the penis pointing upwards during erection, so after it has been cut, that support is no longer there. This means that after surgery, some men find that they have gained a small increase in flaccid length, but the erect penis is about the same size as before, but now points towards the floor, which is definitely not the desired result.

As with all surgery, there are real risks - with penis enlargement surgery there are particular risks of bleeding, infection, and deformity. This can cause impotence, and in extreme cases infection can lead to gangrene, and ultimately amputation. Even if everything does go right, success is not guaranteed, and you could end up a lot poorer, but no bigger.

Given the expense and the serious risks, surgery should really be totally avoided. In any case, you should not be considering dangerous surgery without first trying the natural method.

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