If you’re unhappy with the size of your penis, you may have been researching all the various methods of penis enlargement options available to you. No doubt you will have come across penis enlargement surgery, or phalloplasty as it’s also known, and you may have even considered it as an option to get a bigger penis.
There are several types of phalloplasty operations: penis lengthening surgery, penis girth surgery and penis implant surgery. Before you undergo any type of surgery, particularly procedures that are considered to be cosmetic, you should discuss very carefully with your surgeon exactly what you hope to gain out of the procedure, and what you want the end result to look like.
The effectiveness of penis enlargement surgeries is not 100% agreed upon, and a lot of men who decide to undergo it report feeling disappointed after. For a lot of men, they end of with a bigger penis in a flaccid state, but not much added size in an erect state. With male enhancement surgery, there’s also a very serious risk of side effects, both relating to the penis enlargement itself but also from being anaesthetised. Potential side effects include painful erections, temporary loss of sensation in the penis and blood clots forming in the penis. Potential side effects of anesthesia include nausea, vomiting and extreme tiredness, and at the more serious end of the spectrum risk of heart attack or stroke.