Can you tell more about that procedure that puts a leg vein in the penis? I have never heard of that (and I often read a lot to do with phalloplasty). What is that procedure called?
“According to one Egyptian doctor, a patient went from a girth of 11.5 cm (4.5”) to 19.5 cm (7.7”). Just so you know. That’s about the width of a beer can. Hmm. I emailed the doctor to ask for clarification on this figure but failed to get a response. I was prepared to write off the result until I stumbled across a follow-up study of 37 men who had undergone the operation. Measurements were taken 9 months after surgery and while there were no meaningful increases in flaccid diameter, the increases in erect diameter ranged from 1.1 cm (0.4”) to 2.1 cm (0.84”). That’s diameter, folks; presumably measured at the point of greatest width. In terms of circumference, that translates to a gain of 2 - 2.5 inches. If somebody’s not fudging the results, saphenous graft surgery is by far the most effective means of girth enhancement currently available.
Another advantage vein grafts have over dermal or AlloDerm grafts is that you’re not required to wear a dick stretcher for six months after the surgery. The penis also looks proportional when flaccid. No little wiener head sticking out of a bun. “