Penis enlargement surgery and the risks

Penis enlargement surgery can be redundant due to the safe alternatives

Do you want a larger penis? There may be different reasons why you might want this. Perhaps you would like to take a shower after sport and not always be the “smallest”, or perhaps you have medical reasons. Do not take the risk of having penis enlargement surgery if it is avoidable.

How is penis enlargement surgery performed?

To enlarge the penis surgically, a surgeon must operate by severing the front ligament of the penis. A penis extension of up to a length of 3 cm can be achieved using this method. As a result of the ligament being cut, the penis slips further down. An effective penis enlargement can be achieved by this operation.

The penis itself is no longer in the erect condition. As the penis is only lengthened in such a penis enlargement operation, but the penis circumference does not increase, further intervention is necessary. Penis thickening and penis lengthening are usually carried out in one operation, one after the other. So that the volume of penis size is visible and noticeable, the patient’s own fat from the thigh or knee area is injected into the penis. Sometimes, hyaluronic acid is also used.

The effects of surgery for penis enlargement

Because the front ligament is surgically severed during penis enlargement surgery, the penis has no support. In the erect condition, the erection changes, in one direction. The penis is erect and swollen, but no longer as it should be. This can cause problems during intercourse because you are no longer, as usual, able to direct the erect penis.

The injections of fat or hyaluronic acid dissipate again over time. The volume increase is therefore no longer noticeable after some time. Usually, the costs of the operation are not covered by health insurance. Depending on the type of operation, costs may be between EUR 5000 to EUR 10 000. 

The risks of a penis enlargement operation

The risks of a penis enlargement operation should not to be underestimated. The operation is always carried out under general anaesthesia, which can lead to physical complications due to the general anaesthesia. The surgical scar, which is about 3 centimetres long, can become inflamed and problems can occur with the wound healing. In rare cases, nerves or areas of the corpus cavernosa are injured, meaning that sensory or erectile dysfunction is associated with the risks of penis enlargement surgery.

In the case of the self-sub-injection, thickenings can occur which are not just a cosmetic problem. Among the risks of penis enlargement surgery is that the sexual intercourse or carrying heavy loads are only possible after 5 to 6 weeks following surgery.

What are the risk-free alternatives to penis enlargement surgery?

By using a vitallusPLUS vacuum cylinder, a permanent, completely risk-free penis enlargement and thickening can be achieved without the risks of penis enlargement surgery. Not only does the cost of the vitallusPLUS stand out in relation to the cost of surgery, but also to the risks involved. When used daily according to the user instructions, there will be neither an overstretching of the tissue, nor any recognisable side effects. If you are familiar with the vitallusPLUS user guide, you will be able to see the health benefits you can achieve.

Penis enlargement is possible even in the case of a micropenis, without having to undergo general anaesthesia or face the risks of an operation. After six months, permanent results (penis enlargement and thickening) are visible, which do not dissipate because new tissue has built up.

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