The most extreme method of penis enlargement available today is, without a doubt, penis surgery. At upwards of ten thousand dollars, penis surgery is also the most expensive.
It's probably safe to say that while many men who are unsatisfied with their penis size have given thought to this procedure, most would never actually go through with it. In fact, if men knew the truth about exactly what could be expected from such drastic cosmetic alterations, I'm sure they would never even consider having it done.
Surgical penis enlargement is performed in two stages. In the first procedure, the ligament that anchors the penis to the pelvic bone is cut. This is done to allow the penis to extend further outward from the body and give the appearance of being longer.
Here's the first problem; without this ligament a penis can no longer point upward as it normally does when erect. Aside from physically looking abnormal, this also leaves the penis unstable and can make intercourse difficult.
In the second stage of surgical penis enlargement, fat cells are removed from an area of the body (often the abdomen or buttocks) and injected into the penis shaft. This is done to make the penis thicker.
Here's comes the second problem; injecting fat cells often causes lumps or bumps to appear on the penis. Not only does this make the penis appear disfigured but it will also feel strange during intercourse.
Actually this probably isn't that big of a deal considering that after about a year those bumps will usually disappear as the fat cells are reabsorbed into the body and the penis returns to it's original size. You read correctly... most of the "enlargement" gained from surgery is temporary! In fact, no medical journal has ever released a peer reviewed paper that showed any lasting results from this surgical enlargement procedure.
It's not hard to understand why neither the AUA (American Urological Association) nor the ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons) endorse this practice. Of course some plastic surgeons do make a pretty good living from repairing the damage done from this type of procedure.
Now at this point you're probably wondering why any man would subject himself to this operation at all. That's exactly what I was thinking when I left the surgeon's office - and I never ever considered it again.
The truth about surgical penis enlargement is that the solution is often far worse then the problem. There's no reason why anyone should have to undergo such a risky operation when true natural enlargement is possible with only a little effort and patience. Learn about some of the best recommendations for penis enlargement that don't require surgery.
Posted by PRS
Thursday, April 12th, 2007