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Loss of sensation and other side effects of penis surgery

My husband wants to get penis enlargement surgery and I

don't want him to.

What is the side effects of this treatment? Can he lose

sensation in his penis?

Monday, February 18, 2008 2:24 PM

Any type of surgical procedure comes with certain risks

and dangers. In the case of penile surgery, the risks

far outweigh the benefits. Scarring, loss of sensation,

the inability to become erect - these are all possible

side effects of undergoing such an operation.

You can learn more specifics in the articles contained

on our website here:

Aside from all the potential dangers, it's also a very

expensive operation that can cost upwards of $8000

(depending on the particular procedure).

Wanting a larger penis is a common desire for men - many

women also wish that their partners were larger in that

department as well. But is undergoing surgery an

acceptable proposition? I don't believe that it is.

There are several all-natural methods that can and will

increase length and thickness. These techniques are far

less intrusive, do not cost very much and represent no

danger to the male.

One company, called SizeGenetics, manufactures a system

that combines several methods including specific

exercises and a special traction device that elongates

and thickens the penis over time. You can learn more

about it here:

This is a natural method that is proven to work. It will

show results with dedicated use - it's guaranteed to. It

is not, however, an overnight miracle solution. It takes

time and dedication for gains to be made. Unfortunately

most men have an "I want it now" mentality and are not

willing to actually put forth the effort needed to see

the results.

My recommendation to you is to make your husband aware

of the possible dangers associated with surgery. There

is plenty of information on our website (and elsewhere)

that details these dangers.

If he is truly interested in enlargement, ask him to try

a natural system like the one referenced above. It may

be a few months before he notices an improvement in

size, but ultimately it poses no danger to him. I'm sure

that after he has followed the program for some time and

sees the improvement he will thank you for your concern

and advice.
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