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Penile Enlargement Surgery – Why do men need it?

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Penile Enlargement Surgery – Why do men need it?

 A vast majority of men are obsessed with the size of their penis. Given a choice, every man would want the size of their penis to be increased by at least an inch. In recent years, surgeries for increasing the penile length or girth are becoming increasingly popular, especially in private setups. Men often feel that the sexual appetite of women depends on the size of the penis. They believe in the ‘bigger is better’ myth.

Surgically, it is possible to increase the length or girth of your penis. However, there is very little evidence that can prove the safety and success of such operations. Penile enlargement surgeries can have serious complications and many men are eventually unhappy with the results of these surgeries.

Numerous people opt for penile enlargement surgeries owing to problems in judging their penis size. It is important to note that a flaccid penis varies considerably in size and can range between 2 inches to 5 inches in length. The size of an erect penis can range between 4.9 inches to 6.9 inches.

 Why men opt for Penile Enlargement Surgery?

 Men typically opt for penile enlargement surgery owing to one of the following reasons:

 People who opt for penile enlargement surgery need to be made aware that there is no universally accepted protocol for these types of surgeries.

 Complications associated with Penile Enlargement Surgeries

 In addition to the risks of infection and bleeding, common complications associated with penile enlargement surgeries are listed below:

 People who are thinking of opting for a penile enlargement surgery should first visit a sexual and relationship therapist who can best advise whether to go ahead with the operation.



 • “Penile size and penile enlargement surgery: a review.” by B E Dillon et al. Published in May 2008 edition of International Journal of Impotence Research, accessed on 5 August 2015. Retrieved from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ijir.2008.14

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