Phalloplasty is the medical term for any penis surgery that changes the shape of your penis. Penile straightening surgery, “male enhancement” surgery, etc....
And, these days the word is also used for female to male transgender surgery *. Building a penis that was never there.
* It’s amazing how versatile a word can be. I won’t be getting into the transgender definition in this article.
When I talk with you about phalloplasty in this article, we will be talking about straightening a bent penis and penis enlargement only.
Here’s the bottom line first:
Phalloplasty is a really dangerous uninformed choice for either.
Now, I will tell you why.
The word sounds good. Right?
It sounds important.
It’s an expensive word.
And, just as rhinoplasty, nose job surgery, “is surgery to repair or reshape the nose" (ref: medlineplus.com)., phalloplasty is surgery to reshape or repair a penis. Wonderful word!
“Penis job” isn’t impressive. Phalloplasty, however.... sounds good! It still means cutting your penis up to reshape it. Risking some horrible possible side effects. And, it will cost you a small bundle. Usually in the $7,000 - $14,000 range. But, the word sounds impressive!!
Now, here’s some of what you risk with this kind of penis surgery:
Does "Phalloplasty" still sound exciting, important, impressive, and like a lot of fun?
All the above risks come with a penile surgery because you are cutting up the nerves in your shaft. The ones that give you all your sexual stimulus response.
Anytime you cut your skin, or any other soft tissue, you cut nerves.
Your nerves are responsible for every sensation you feel. Without sensation, sex is impossible for a man.
Now, if you were getting a rhinoplasty (nose job) or face lift, and your skin became numb for 5 - 10 years (which is common), it doesn’t matter a lot.
You get a face life to look better. You get a nose job to either look better, breathe better, or both.
If you lack sensation in these areas for an extended period of time, it’s a trade off for the visual improvement. Or, for the ability to breathe freely.
However: If you lack adequate sensation in your penis for 5 - 10 years, you sex life will be ruined until the sensation returns.
“If you knew that these risks were not necessary
over 99.99% of the time,
do you think a phalloplasty would be
a pretty stupid choice?”
Here’s why a cosmetic penis surgery is unnecessary 99.99% of the time for straightening, or, for enlargement.
Prior to the year 1994, penis surgery was the only medically endorsed method for penile straightening that actually worked effectively.
It came with the many possible serious risks you just read about. But, when it worked out well, it worked.
Oral drugs have proven virtually useless.
Injection had very minimal success. By that I mean, very partial straightening, under 30%, was the best ever experienced. But, only for a small group of men with certain types of bending.
Phalloplasty surgery worked. Yes, it can straighten a bent penis.
Here's what else it can do:
But, if you were one of the lucky ones, all you got was a shorter erection that worked just fine. And, you spent many thousands of dollars.
In 1994 a penis surgery specialist, named Dr. Jorn Ege Siana, invented the modern penis traction device.
He developed this device to keep a man’s shaft straight after penis surgery, while the healing was taking place.
He soon found a man’s shaft could be straightened without the surgery just by using the device.
That changed everything for men who suffered from Peyronies disease and who were looking for safer Peyronies disease treatments.
The device uses controlled traction. A measured amount of pulling.
This traction method has none of the surgical risks of a phalloplasty.
“Surgery to correct penis curvature
for 99.99% of men with a bent penis.”
Penis Enlargement (“Male Enhancement”):
You can only make a penis wider with surgery.
Surgery for penis lengthening is not possible.
I had a discussion with a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon on this subject. He told me this:
"You can’t make erections any longer with a phalloplasty. You just can't. It's impossible. OK. Yes, 1/4” of new length is documented. But you'll never notice that.
You can widen a penis considerably by adding material beneath the skin. So it feels fuller inside the woman. That's what I do. But, you can't make it longer.
You can make a flaccid penis look longer by cutting the suspensory ligament. But, this will not cause the erections to be any longer."
He also wished to remain anonymous because he makes a lot a money selling these "enlargements".
Now, the untold problem with this kind of phalloplasty is:
After about 6 months, you risk the fat, collagen, silicone, or whatever was used for the widening, moving around or being absorbed.
What does that mean?
You get a lumpy, disfigured shaft that is no longer than it was before. It looks quite freakish. And, you can’t fix it.
Do you think your woman will be impressed with that new monster?
Correct penis traction for straightening a bent penis. And, correct traction for penis enlargement.
Correct traction is the Safest and Most Effective, medically endorsed and recommended method in the world today.
Correct traction can straighten a bent penis
99.99% of the time.
Correct penis traction
lengthen and widen an erection.
Both of these are accomplished with NONE of the surgical risks.
What is the cost?
Under $00 for one of the very best devices in the entire world.
If curvature correction or penis enlargement is your goal, doesn’t it at least make sense to try a safe, proven, medically endorsed and recommended method first?
Especially if it:
* the only two devices that meet all my personal requirements for safety and effectiveness are the ones I am referring to here
It’s always a personal choice. If you still think a risky phalloplasty is for you, then all I can do is wish you good luck.
But, if you’d like to know more about safe curvature correction, or, true permanent penis enlargement, here are my specific links to those two subjects:
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