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Penis Enlargement Surgery

Penis Enlargement Surgery

 Penis enlargement treatments began way before the first valid research on penis size was performed, surprisingly late, in 2001. It was called the Ansell (a well-known condom maker company) study carried out in Cancun, Mexico.

Prior to that study, back in 1948, the famous Dr. Alfred Kinsey brought to light a major report on male sexuality, in which 3,500 men were studied. However, as it turned out later, none of those men were examined directly by any competent physician. On the contrary, Dr. Kinsey obtained his figures for penile length by sending a postcard to each of the participants, asking them to return it with the erect length marked. With this scientifically discredited study the average penis length was set at 6.2 inches, or 15.75 cm.

According to the Ansell research, the medical staff recorded the erect measurements of 300 men. The findings were:

  • 10 men out of 300 had a penis of 7 inches (17.8 cm) or more.
  • The majority of men (almost 60%) had an erect penis length between 13.3 cm (5.25 inches) and 15.2 cm (6 inches).
  • The average erect penis length was 14.9 cm or 5.88 inches.
  • The average erect girth was 12.6 cm or 4.97 inches.

The Ansell/Cancun study defined some more reliable standards for penile length, and despite the numbers, men all over the world keep worrying about their own dotation. Penis enlargement surgery and penis enlargement treatments clearly arise from this male uncertainty.

Regardless of their age, most men experience anxiety about the size of their penis. In some cases, this anxiety can be persistent and lead to the complete avoidance of sexual relationships. Men with this sort of body image problems are the objective market of medical centers specialized in penis enlargement treatment.

Penis Enlargement Treatment


Treatments aimed at enlarging penis length or girth fall into two main categories:

  • Non-surgical treatments
  • Surgical treatments

Penis enlargement surgery

There is no accepted definition of an abnormally small penis. Nevertheless, guidelines for selection of men for penis enlargement surgery recommend that patients with a flaccid length of 4.1 cm or 1.6 inches, or an erect length of less than 3 inches or 7.6 cm or less should be considered for the intervention.

Most doctors, however, claim that men who are obsessed with the size of their penis and who consider surgery and mumbo-jumbo treatments suffer from psychological problems, rather than a physical handicap.

Penis enlargement surgery was originally offered to treat:

  • Congenital abnormalities – including micropenis
  • For penile cancer or Peyronie’s disease
  • Accidental trauma or amputation

The two main procedures for penis enlargement surgery are:

  • Penile lengthening – a common technique that involves cutting the penis’ suspensory ligament and perform plastic surgery to provide additional skin in order to cover the new length
  • Penile girth (thickness) increase – there are two available techniques
    • Injection of liposuctioned fat – from thighs or the abdominal wall
    • The placing of extra dermis and fat

Due to the sensitive nature of this problem, haunted by shame and embarrassment, men are vulnerable to exploitation. Most healthcare professionals act in a highly ethical manner, but some sell remedies and perform surgeries with no evidence of benefit. By the time dishonest practitioners are barred from practice, they may cause permanent physical and psychological damage to patients.

Non-surgical treatment

Some of the penis enlargement treatments advertised in men magazines and the Internet include:

  • Vacuum developers – may produce small, short-term increase in size.
  • Weights attached to the penis – that stretch and deform the penile
  • Magnetic or electrical devices – stimulate penis growth
  • Hormone therapy – contains testosterone or steroids
  • Herbal treatments – remedies containing exotic herbs


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