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Penis Enlargment Surgury
I want penis enlargement surgery. or penis thickness. because my penis is thin. is penis enlargement surgery the only option i have? or usin HGH&pump
Surgery: i would guess tht surgery is your best option. HGH has side effects and won't help grow your penis unless you are an adolescent and then it grows everything. The pump wil give you an erection with what you are endowed with. You should discuss this with a urologist as you may not be satisfied with any of these options. You may want to discuss it first with patients who have had the surgery ...Read more
I have just had varicucele repair surgery and hernia inguinal surgery, I notice my penis is shrinking in & testicules enlarged severely. Why?
Here are some ...: After both procedures, you expect to experience some degree of scrotal swelling of various severity and duration. Most times, the condition after both surgeries evolves and resolves well in 2-3 weeks, but at times, such postoperative swelling may last and linger for months. So, see your surgeon if the expected pain and swelling have not progressively resolved in 1-2 weeks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's Reversible: I agree with dr. Kimm's excellent answer. If your hernia is large enough to extend into your scrotal sac and obscure your penis, it's time to get that hernia repaired. Having repaired a number of hernias like what you have described, rest assured that everything will eventually look normal again after your surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not to worry: Weight gain gives a man the impression of a smaller penis. As fat accumulates on the lower abdomen, the apparent size of the penis changes. "a large prepubic fat pad makes the penile shaft look shorter, " as we age the penis tends to undergo an actual (& irreversible) reduction in size (in both length & thickness). A hernia that is large can push on the prepubic fat pad and make penis look smaller. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not at all: Should have or have had no effect. ...Read more
No: Surgery on abnormally enlarged breasts will not affect the size of one's penis. Likewise, surgery on one's penis will not affect the size of his breasts. There probably is another part of the body, such as a hormonal gland, that is affecting one's breasts and penis. One's primary care doctor and an endocrinologist can evaluate. ...Read more
No.: Inguinal hernias will not change the size of the penis. If the hernia bulge is large, is can obscure the base of the penis making it appear shorter than it is, especially if the hernia is intrascrotal. If the hernia is bothersome or enlarging, consult with a general surgeon. Depending on the risk of complications such as incarceration or strangulation, the doctor may recommend repair. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ihave impotence (no erection since pubrty) (27y) my testicle size is 12.5cc and prostate is13cc pinle lenght 12~13 cm, are they normal ?
I am 23 yrs old man,my penis size is 3.5 inch(when erected),how to increase my penis size & i can be any woman pregnant in this penis size yes or no ?
Here are some ...: Many factors together to decide if pregnancy may take place, including the sexual functionality of both parties and the timing of their love consummation. Penile size is not the sole factor, but your size would not stop you to father a child as long as the aforementioned conditions are met. So, don't worry, just do it, and see. Best wishes ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My flaccid penis size is 2 inch and erect size is 4.5.I want to increase my flaccid penis size.My penis becomes small in college why?
It is normal.: Stop worrying about your penis size. It is normal for you.It depends on several factors that includes height, race and genetics. Penile size may vary on different time of the day and is influenced by the temperature , blood flow and emotional state. Don't get preoccupied with this issue. In college focus on studies and let the blood flow to your brain. ...Read more
No, no, no: Penis remains same length, only looks longer because it tends to hang lower. Danger with operation is that penis is no longer held in place. Net result is a more poorly performing penis of same overall length as before. Any surgeon performing this procedure deserves to lose their license to practrice! ...Read more
That ship has : sailed if you're really 36. Once you've hit Tanner Stage V of puberty, that's about the size of it. If you are concerned that you may have a micropenis or hypogonadism, see your doctor for evaluation & referral to a pediatric endocrinologist if you're < 18 or an adult endocrinologist if you're 18 or > for evaluation for genetic & other medical causes. ...Read more
Im 25yrs old male .unmarried ,i have very small testis ,penis its 4inch on erectn,very less facial hair,not sure i have puberty ,gyenaecomastia ?
Reasonably: It is considered an outpatient procedure, so it is reasonably safe; that being said, all surgery (and all medical intervention!) has its own set of risks, so make sure to discuss this with your surgeon before the procedure. ...Read more
Yes: I would suggest that this topic be raised with a urologist (urologic surgeon). This individual would be the best one to steer you in the correct direction. The procedure will have some risks associated with it, such as potential difficulties with future errections, infection and bleeding. ...Read more
Here is ...: There has been no effective surgery to enlarge the penis ever designed and succeeded to meet many people's irresponsible dream to assert perpetual male prowess. So, dream in the cloud but don't let that dream rein and ruin your life. But, the best is learn how to adopt and adapt to what you have reached and apply to daily living to the fullest. Best wishes ... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Penile "lengthening" surgeryi actually is somewhat of a sham. The stabilizing suspensory ligament is severed, allowing the penis to hang lower without changing the actual length. Most competent urologists recommend you steer clear of this procedure ;#40;unless you would like having an unstable erection with no real change in length;#41;. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You can't: Don't try. If you have 3.0" or more, you can get the job done and satisfy most partners and yourself. A smaller one is likely to get harder, be more useful in stimulating her best nerve endings which are near the outside, and won't make you incompatible with many women like a big one will. Internet pictures have twisted men's ideas of what our bodies should look like. Enjoy who you are. ...Read more
Prosthesis: Most commonly, f to m gender reassignment surgery is performed using a flap of tissue (often radial forearm free flap) to build a penis. But this does not become erect without some help. A penile prosthesis (inflatable or malleable) can be surgically implanted inside the newly constructed penis, so it can be a functional erection. ...Read more
Injections: For peyronie's disease, there are several options that haven't been validated but have little side effects. Here is a link to view, hope this helps! http://www.Webmd.Com/erectile-dysfunction/guide/erectile-dysfunction-peyronies-disease?Page=2. ...Read more
No, but...: You need a comprehensive professional evaluation and counseling so to decide what is the specific features of your specific concern so to consider its most reasonable way of care. To get the related things for good care done correctly, follow instructions described in http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html, & other topics in the selected Category - Erectile Dysfunction... ...Read more
Yes: Yes there are options to increase the apparent length of the penis by cutting a ligament at the base of the penis . There are also surgeries to increase the girth or thickness by adding fatty tissue of fillers. There is also an FDA approved device that stretches the penis . A urologist is the specialist for these types of interventions. A psychologist or psychiatrist may also be consulted. ...Read more
There isn't: A surgical prosthetic device is the only way. ...Read more
Forget it!: There's no way to change your genetics, so stop trying. You're wasting your time and money because of a poor self image. There is nothing available that will enlarge your penis, but then there is no reason to try to do so. Be satisfied with what you've got -- it it works properly, that's all that's necessary. ...Read more
Not really: I say quit worrying about it. You are probably very normal in size and may still develop some more. ...Read more
Live with it.: Sorry, but you cannot make your penis grow. What you see - is what you get - nothing more - nothing less. In spite of all the ads you see on the internet, you have to live with what you have. There are some surgical procedures to release the penile suspensory ligament, giving you more "useable" length to what you already have, but this can also effect other issues. ...Read more