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Penis Girth Surgery
Depends: It depends on the method of enlargement and lengthening used. 1 to 3 inches in each dimension are the average but not the guarantee.See 1 more doctor answer
Hi there... My penis length is 6 inches but I want to increase the girth. Is it possible to increase it without undergoing any surgery?
Put ruler away: Humans demonstrate a wide range of normal for knee cap size, height, weight, hairiness, and many other physical attributes. But for some reason people want to measure a penis all day long. Your penis is completely normal and it can not be changed. Elective penile surgery often results in a bad outcome and should be avoided. Put the ruler away and get some outdoor exercise.
I'm 18. My penis is 5 inches long and 5 inches in girth. Should I consider taking supplements, exercising and surgery? Thank you :d
Male Anatomy: Nope. Not in any way would any ethical physician advise you to do anything to try to change your anatomy. First, the length of your penis is 1/2 inch longer than average and the girth is more than average. Second, there are no surgical procedures that will really increase the size of your penis. All things you read on the internet about this are dangerous, bogus and should be avoided.
I have a five and a half (51/2) size penis is there a way to make it longer or a bigger girth can this matter be resolved by plastic surgery or any other method?
See urologist: There are non-surgical external tissue expansion devices that produce subtle enlargements. Implants have been used but typically reserved for individuals with medical conditions. Fat transfer can be performed but has a history of complications that are not well tolerated.See 3 more doctor answers
Is there anyway I can increase the length and girth of my penis naturally without any pills or surgeries?
No: The lenght of your penis is genetically programmed. Don't waste money on all the fake remedies commercially advertise. Use what you have. Good luckSee 1 more doctor answer
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.
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. ..See 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;.See 1 more doctor answer
Shaft removal?: There are sex change operations that do reconstructive work on penis tissue. If you could provide more information as to the rationale behind your question, it would help with the answers. Thanks.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
Penile reduction: Not aware of any medication to reduce penile size. A urologist will be able to evaluate you. Such a proceedure will probably require extensive psychological counselling and pyschiatric evaluation.See 1 more doctor answer
You can't.: There are also no pills that will cause what you want. If the person is obese, losing weight can sometimes help with the retraction of the penis that can occur.
There isn't: A surgical prosthetic device is the only way.