Even with today’s advances in medical technology, this procedure is still one of the most dangerous and unsafe methods of penis enlargement. In our research, we were astounded by the failure rate. The neurological and cosmetic after-effects make surgery the least desirable option of all.
In some cases, the surgery resulted in an actual decrease in penis size. We feel it necessary to point out the dangers of penis surgery. The risks are so high; it shouldn’t ever be considered an option, except in extreme cases. One of the procedures to make the penis thicker is to inject fat into the penis. The body usually absorbs most of the fat, making it ineffective. The risk of infection is always present during these surgeries.
There are many surgical procedures that can be performed on the penis. Snipping of ligaments, fat transfer method, dermal graft augmentation. All of these involve high risk and little chance of success. Literally dozens of negative side effects usually occur during surgery. Deformity, Excessive scarring, and nerve damage are possible. The cost is excessive. The risks are monumental. Besides the physical dangers, if the surgery fails, the psychological risks do not warrant this as a viable option for penis enlargement.
Some of the problems with surgery
- Loss of erect upward angle of the penis
- Keloid scars (a thick scar)
- Scarring causing a shorter penis
- Absorption of the allograft dermal matrix graft with loss of thickness
- Skin incision separation
- Fibrosis of superficial vein
- Ecchymosis (bruising)
- Nerve injury resulting in decrease of penile sensation
- Edema (temporary swelling of the skin)
- Seroma (collection of serum under skin)
- Erectile dysfunction (difficulty with erection)
- If some of these complications occur, further surgery may be required
Cutting the penis, in all of it’s forms, is never safe and usually results in irreversible damage.