Many men mention embarrassment or self-consciousness while in the locker room or when they are with their partner. You may feel a longer penis would improve your self-esteem and self-confidence. After penis enlargement surgery, patients speak enthusiastically about satisfaction with the results and report a positive sense of feeling more confident.
The surgery increases the non-erect length of your penis and, to a lesser extent, the erect length. The average gain in length is 4 cm (1.5 inches) but varies from person to person.
The surgery is done under general anaesthetic or twilight anaesthesia. Release of the internal part of your penis is done by dividing a ligament holding it in place. In addition a adipofascial flap insertion technique is used to a muscle technique is used to ensure the long-term effectiveness of the surgery. Sometimes, liposuction to the area above your penis will be recommended if this area is too full and is masking the full length of the penile shaft.
After the surgery you will have to pay attention to special instructions in order to keep the extra length gained during the operation –specifically, you will be instructed to do some peis stretching exercises. Most men require 1 week off work, but this varies with the job. Sexual activity must be avoided for 3 to 4 weeks afterwards, and high energy sports for 6 weeks.