Taking part in upper body exercises is one of the easiest ways for you to carve your abs, shoulders, and back. These are exercises that will also go a long way in ensuring that you will not end up with flabby arms. The purpose of these exercises is to strengthen your body and make it easier for you to perform your daily tasks.
But as much as exercising is helpful in strengthening your body. It does not work for all your body parts. For instance, which exercises do you have to perform to help increase the size of your penis? Given that this is not possible, medical professionals have come up with a solution for people looking to increase their penile size: penis enlargment surgery.
What Is Penis Enlargment Surgery?
The desire to have a bigger penis is both a source of concern and a preoccupation for many men. It is a fact that has led to the emergence and flourishing of the penis enlargement market. Today, there are very many options available to men looking to enlarge their penises. Surgery is, however, the only solution that is permanent.
By undergoing surgery, your penis can be visually enlarged, normally by about a single inch. Your penis is normally held in place by some ligaments. During surgery, the surgeon will cut these ligaments making it possible for your penis to descend.
You will then need to use stretching or weight devices for a few months in order to permanently affect the size increase. After the procedure, there is a chance that you will end up with scar tissue and that your penis base will become hairy. Additionally, your erection may start pointing downwards instead of upwards.
A dermal implant is another surgical procedure that can be used to increase the girth and length of your penis. With dermal implants, the surgeon will transplant fat cells that have been obtained from other areas of your body into your penis. While it is not possible to increase the size of your penis head, chances are that you will end up having a penis that has a very unusual head.
In some cases, the scattering of these grafted cells could also lead to clumping leaving you with a penis that is far from smooth. It is not uncommon for urologists to refuse to perform this particular type of penile surgery unless they are convinced that it is necessary.
Penis Enlargement and Post-Operative Complications
Penis enlargement surgery is very similar to other types of surgeries when it comes to the risks involved. You have to understand that there are potential physical and psychological risks involved. Understand that the results of this surgery do not normally satisfy the needs of each man who has had it. Some men hope that by having this procedure performed, it will help get rid of a certain problem or even act as a cure for a particular condition.
Traditionally, penile enlargement surgery is only recommended for a man who has a deformity or whose penis has some functional abnormalities.