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Which surgery is required to increase pennis size ?
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In brief: No short answer
Short answer without explanation: increase girth with under skin collagen or fat injection, increase appearance of length by cutting penile dorsal ligament, increase girth and width by insertion of a prosthesis but you lose sensation and any ability to go back to normal physiological erections.

In brief: No short answer
Short answer without explanation: increase girth with under skin collagen or fat injection, increase appearance of length by cutting penile dorsal ligament, increase girth and width by insertion of a prosthesis but you lose sensation and any ability to go back to normal physiological erections.
Dr. Michael Louie
Dr. Michael Louie
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In brief: No great solution
The is no surgical intervention to truely enhance or lengthen penis size.
It is possible to release the pubic suspensory ligament to the penis giving the illusion of greater length. If an individual has a promenant supra pubic fat pad, weight loss will also give the appearance of increased penile length.

In brief: No great solution
The is no surgical intervention to truely enhance or lengthen penis size.
It is possible to release the pubic suspensory ligament to the penis giving the illusion of greater length. If an individual has a promenant supra pubic fat pad, weight loss will also give the appearance of increased penile length.
Dr. Edward Cherullo
Dr. Edward Cherullo
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Dr. James Kuan
There is no good evidence in the medical literature to support surgeries aimed and making the penis bigger. The current stance of the American Urologic Assoc is that the potential risks outweigh the benefits. The results are generally minimal and unproven. Complications include infection, unstable penis, numbness, shortening due to scarring.
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