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Is penis girth enlargement surgery possible and safe?

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Is penis girth enlargement surgery possible and safe?

The tittle says it all. I’m considering a surgery to make my girth larger. I’m around 3 inches at girth now. I’m quite ok with my length but I would like to enlarge the girth. I guess the fastest way would be a surgery.

But is it safe? Has anyone here had done it before? And if yes then what is the best method? I was wondering about silicone implants.

Possible, yes, safe not.

Understand your concern, but you’re fucked in the head. Just saying.

Originally Posted by Tom Hubbard
Understand your concern, but you’re fucked in the head. Just saying.

Tom, play nice please.


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Real nice there Tom.

Originally Posted by Behemoth
Tom, play nice please.
Not playin’, just sayin’. :) But, duly noted. One of the high points early in my PE career was this email:

“I was determined to get surgery before I found your page. I had actually made an appointment to go and was absolutely ready to do it… I actually ordered some of the stretching and hanging devices for a couple of hundred dollars before I finally found your page. Yours was a lifesaver! After going over EVERYTHING you had on your page I canceled my doctors appointment, canceled my orders and headed out to the store for parts! I built my hanging and stretching devices… I have legitimately gained almost 1/2 inch in one months time! I have I’d say almost 40 hours of hang time…”

This was back when penis enlargement surgery was going mainstream - ads in buses, etc. By now, it has been my impression that the stories of botched surgeries and lives ruined by penis enlargement surgery are so plentiful that anyone who would even consider letting a scalpel near their dick is, well, ….

..disinformed. ;)

Indeed. Now I know even less than before. Huh.. Well, I think surgeons are doctors and they know what they are doing, no?

But yes, I am a bit scared of this and I am not sure if I ever decide to go that far. I was hoping that there might be someone here who did it before and he could give me an advise.

Originally Posted by WickyandWalt

Indeed. Now I know even less than before. Huh.. Well, I think surgeons are doctors and they know what they are doing, no?

But yes, I am a bit scared of this and I am not sure if I ever decide to go that far. I was hoping that there might be someone here who did it before and he could give me an advise.

You sure you can’t use natural penis enlargement methods?

Just read this site really well and apply what you find. It will take hard work and dedication to achieve what you want but it is possible.

Surgery is very risky and almost never turns out well.

best of luck to you.


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long term goal 8 x current girth

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Originally Posted by WickyandWalt
Indeed. Now I know even less than before. Huh.. Well, I think surgeons are doctors and they know what they are doing, no?
….

Actually, I think honest surgeons consider penis enlargement procedures pretty much a fraud, if performed on healthy patients:
“Eur Urol. 2008 Nov;54(5):1042-50. doi: 10.1016/j.eururo.2008.07.080. Epub 2008 Aug 8.
A critical analysis of penile enhancement procedures for patients with normal penile size: surgical techniques, success, and complications.
Vardi Y, Har-Shai Y, Gil T, Gruenwald I.
Source
Neuro-Urology Unit, Rambam Medical Center, Carmel Medical Center, Haifa, Israel.
Erratum in
Eur Urol. 2009 Apr;55(4):1002. Harshai, Yaron [corrected to Har-Shai, Yaron].

Abstract

CONTEXT:
Most men who request surgical penile enhancement have a normal-sized and fully functional penis but visualize their penises as small (psychological dysmorphism).

OBJECTIVES:
The aim of this review is to describe the various reported techniques and to provide the available scientific data on the success and complication rates of penile enhancement procedures.

EVIDENCE ACQUISITION:
We performed an extensive systematic review based on a search of the MEDLINE database for articles published between 1965 and 2008. The following key words were used: penis, enhancement, enlargement, phalloplasty, reconstruction, girth, lengthening, and augmentation. Only English-language articles that were related to penile surgery and dysmorphobia were sought. We excluded articles in which fewer than five cases were described and articles in which the type of surgical treatment and the outcome were not clear. Of the 176 papers found, 34 were selected and critically analyzed.

EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS:
We found only a small number of well-designed and comprehensive studies, and most of the published articles reported data that were obtained from small cohorts of patients. The more recently published studies presented better methodologies and descriptions of the surgical techniques than did the older publications. In general, penile enhancement surgery can cause a 1-2-cm increase in penile length and a 2.5-cm augmentation of penile girth.Unwanted outcomes and complications, namely penile deformity, paradoxical penile shortening, disagreeable scarring, granuloma formation, migration of injected material, and sexual dysfunction were reported frequently in these studies. Disappointing short- and long-term patient satisfaction rates following these procedures were also reported in most studies.

CONCLUSIONS:
To date, the use of cosmetic surgery to enlarge the penis remains highly controversial. There is a lack of any standardization of all described procedures. Indications and outcome measures are poorly defined, and the reported complications are unacceptably high. In our opinion, until new, reliable, and more objective and reproducible data are available, these procedures should be regarded as investigational and patients should be discouraged from undergoing these invasive treatments.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18760874

Originally Posted by marinera

..disinformed. ;)

Who’d a thunk? Marinera a diplomat :D

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