Why Men Should Avoid Penis Enlargement Surgery

Why Men Should Avoid Penis Enlargement Surgery. Is it Worth the Risk?

Men that feel at a genetic disadvantaged turn to different penis enlargement methods in order to make their penis longer and thicker. Most men are not very confident about the size of their penis. The average size of a man’s penis when erect is between 5-6 inches. If you are considering surgery you may want to reconsider. In this article, I will discuss some of the reasons why men should avoid penis enlargement surgery.

Most women say size does not matter but surveys show that most women prefer a penis that is between 6.5 -7.5 inches long. Most men fall below that size and will look for ways to make it bigger.

Why Men Should Avoid Penis Enlargement Surgery

When looking at penis enlargement methods most men end up confused and unsure of what method will work the best. There are pills and patches, weights and extenders, and penis enlargement surgery that are advertised and that make outlandish promises and only confuse matters.

This confusion, along with the skepticism that consumers display when dealing with information about the penis enlargement industry, can lead many to chose surgery as their means of attaining a bigger penis.

On the surface this choice makes sense. Surgery is, after all, a medical procedure that is performed by a Doctor. This automatically ads legitimacy to the procedure. This article we will look into the pros and cons of penis enlargement surgery as a way to make yours bigger.

Hopefully, men thinking about hoing this route route will make a better-informed decision from the information contained in this article.

What is penis enlargement surgery

Penis enlargement surgery is a process in which doctors cut something called the suspensory ligament. This is the ligament that connects the penis to the pelvic bone. What most men do not realize is that procedure does not really lengthen the penis, what it does is reveal more of the penis that is tucked up under the pelvic bone.

The unfortunate thing about penis surgery is that once the suspensory ligament is severed your penis hangs like a wet noodle, even when your penis is erect it can be difficult to maintain an upright position. Other risks of penis enlargement surgery may include:

  • Adverse reaction to anesthesia
  • Scarring
  • Penis shrinkage due to severe scarring
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Bleeding
  • Shock
  • Infection

I will try and encourage further research into the matter before you make a permanent decision.

A newer surgical procedure that has become popular is when a surgeon partially disconnects the scrotum (underlying sack that holds the testicles). Some men have an issue in which the scrotum attaches very high to the scrotum, partially disconnecting the scrotum helps reveal more of the penis shaft.

Either way penis enlargement surgery can be painful, and expensive and there are no guarantees that you will see a significant increase in size. But if you are still considering penis surgery let me give you an overview of some of the pros and cons of penis surgery.

Pros of surgery for penis enlargement

1. Guaranteed gains! You pretty much know how many inches the procedure will give you before you go into it. There is no guesswork here. You do not have to believe someone’s sales pitch. This is the major reason that men find surgery to be an attractive option for penis enlargement.

2. Peace of mind! The surgery is carried out by a medical Doctor. Doctors are under strict scrutiny and regulation. They have years of education and experience. These factors make the patient feel safe. This feeling of safety is another reason for picking surgery.

Cons of surgery for penis enlargement

1. Money! Once the decision has been made that surgery is the method of choice for penis enlargement, reality sets in. Surgery costs anywhere between $5000 and $20000. Not cheap! Even if you have some money, you do not want to go for the lower range of $5000. This is your penis we are talking about after all!

2. The possibility of many postoperative complications! Surgery can leave unsightly scar tissue. It can desensitize the penis. Your erection, while larger, will most likely point down as a result of the surgery. These are all possibilities that must be taken into account when making a decision like this one.

Revovery time after penis enlargement surgery can be lengthy and painful.

Penis enlargement surgery

After you have had the surgery you will require some recovery time. After you penis has recovered in most cases the surgeon will recommend using some kind of penis stretcher.

The reason for this is because when you cut the suspensory ligament the penis tends to want to tuck back into the pelvic bone. This is a similar issue men who have prostate surgery suffer from.

In order to prevent this from happening the doctor will prescribe the use of a penis stretcher to maintain the length and prevent the penis from retracting back under the pelvic bone. The question here becomes:

Why go through all that and have to use a penis extender anyway?

Why not use an extender from the beginning and save yourself the pain, discomfort, and financial burden of surgery?

The truth is, penis enlargement surgery is only capable of adding about a  half inch to your penis, in some cases slightly more. Some men who have penis enlargement surgery are overweight. If men lose some weight they would see similar results as if they would have had surgery, why? Because less fat around the pubic area will make the penis shaft more visible.

Why I don’t believe penis surgery is an option

Penis surgery is not only expensive it can be dangerous, a penis stretcher will work much better than surgery, it is a safe, practical and effective way to make your penis bigger, plus there are no risks. Think about it, someone taking a knife to your penis is a scary thought, if something does go wrong you may be risking your ability to not have sex the rest of your life.

Penis stretchers do work but it takes time

Using a penis stretcher is a better way to make your penis bigger but it’s not for everyone.

Using a traction method to increase the size of your penis size can take several months. If you are someone who is impatient and wants immediate results penis surgery might be the right option for you. However, if you do want long-term risk free results, using a penis stretcher can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience.