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Penis enlargement with body fat

Penis augmentation
Penis augmentation

‘Mine’s bigger than yours.’ Mine is too small.’ Regardless of the reassuring cliché from women that size does not matter, a lot of men are still concerned about the size of their tallywacker.

And there are various things out there being offered as remedies including pills and concoctions and enlargement devices that have mostly been proven to be useless.

But hey! Forget all that because the real answer is in cosmetic surgery – something on offer here in London at Harley Street and it is known as penoplasty.

So what is penoplasty?

Alternatively called phalloplasty – it is augmentation surgery whereby the penis is enlarged or lengthened or both.

The lengthening is achieved by cutting the ligaments which attach it to the body and consequently leaving the penis to dangle down further.

Sausage and two eggs - penis augmentation
Sausage and two eggs – penis augmentation

In order to enlarge it or increase the width, fat transfer techniques are applied to the penis – fat taken from the abdomen or lower back and re-implanted along the penile shaft – the usual increase in width is between 1 to 2 inches.

Penoplasty is done in a day under local anaesthetic – the operation usually takes about 45 minutes and healing time is minimal.

Both lengthening and enlargement can be carried out at the same time with private surgery costs ranging from £3,500 – £5,000 for lengthening procedures and £1,000 – £2,500 for enlargement procedures. Having both procedures at the same time is often cheaper.

At just one of the clinics offering the procedure, there are about 20-30 men each week consulting the surgeon.

The risks

As with all operations penoplasty has its issues.

These include infection, bleeding or blood clots, although this happens in less than 1 per cent of patients and drains and heals spontaneously.

In some cases with enlargement surgery the shaft may be asymmetrical or lumps may occur due to the position of the fat.

It is advisable for patients to be circumcised before enlargement in order to minimise the potentiaal for the penis being ‘strangulated’ due to the extra width.

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