At one point or another you thought about how your life would go if you had a longer penis. More girlfriends, the ability to add a greater amount of satisfaction into your marriage and an enhanced sense of self-worth would be yours. You wonder if any of those potions claiming to lengthen your penis actually work. The short of it, is no, they do not work no matter how many attempts you do make it happen. Only one method has proven any results: penis lengthening surgery. Even this procedure, done in two ways, comes with possible problems attached to it. It’s better to know the penile surgery risks before undergoing something that may or may not give you the results you’re looking for before you go under the knife.
Marketers out to make money come up with new methods to entice you to purchase their product that promises to make you longer and with many guys, this is a dream come true. Most of these methods are not worth your hard-earn cash and only benefit those looking to thicken their wallet. These include penis pumps, herbs or pills and any type of lotion. Exercises don’t work to lengthen your penis because it is not a muscle. The penis pump clamps over the penis and air gets sucked out of a tube to force blood flow into the penis, which, in turn, causes an erection to form. Therefore, the main purpose of a penis pump is to aid in curing impotence, not making your penis longer.
Men can choose from two types of surgery that will lengthening their penis; each is preformed by a board certified plastic surgeon. The surgeon takes a knife to the ligaments surrounding the penis that hold it in for the first type of surgery. The doctor then applies weights or a type of stretching device to increase the size of the penis. The other surgery type involves redistributing fat from one area of your body into another, which is known as a dermal implant. Your surgeon’s goal with a dermal implant is to add length and girth to your penis.
The cost of each surgery can put a serious dent into your wallet. The lowest you can expect to pay is $4,000, enough for a used car or a nice vacation. The highest amount that plastic surgeons advertise is $17,000. Many shy away from the penile surgery because of the amount alone. Unlike other medical procedures, insurance doesn’t cover it unless an injury happens to your penis.
Penile surgery risks deter some men from going under the knife. First off, either surgery may only lengthen your penis up to one inch in size, according to experts. Men may find themselves anxious because they went through all the trouble only to find out that they have very little sensation left after the surgery. In this instance, the surgery increased psychological stress on the person that more than likely left him worse off than before. As with any surgery, complications can arise such as a reaction to the anesthesia used and post operative infections. In rare cases damage to the nerves surrounding the tissue can occur but this fact along with infections and reactions to the anesthesia rarely happen. It’s up to the person and his reason for wanting to have the procedure done whether or not penile surgery risks are worth it or not.