Phalloplasty

Why You Should Avoid Phalloplasty at All Costs

Phalloplasty is a plastic surgery procedure performed to enhance your penis size. As you could probably guess, phalloplasty appeals to men who have very small penises, often micropenises (a mere 3 inches or less erect). It’s completely understandable why men would feel compelled to get surgery. Like a boob job for women, it seems like it would have to work. The reality is, unfortunately, a lot darker.

Because phalloplasty is a relatively new procedure and also because a lot of men feel desperate for a solution, many neglect to research the pros and cons of the surgery. Here’s why you should avoid phalloplasty at all costs.

Reason 1: Inaccessibility.

Many doctors will refuse to perform the surgery unless you are in medical need of one. This means an extreme case of erectile dysfunction or trauma that absolutely requires reconstruction.

Reason 2: It isn’t genuine, natural enhancement.

What you really want is a penis that is larger in girth and length, yes, but don’t you also want a penis that actually works better naturally? Whereas supplements and exercises are natural and relatively safe, surgery just isn’t. There are two ways of enhancing your penis via surgery. If you have a weak stomach, here’s your trigger warning.

Surgery Type 1: Fat Transfer

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Surgery Type 2: Ligament Release

This is the one that makes our dicks ache just reading about it. Suspensory ligaments on the penis are essentially snapped and weights are placed on the penis after surgery. This partially frees the penis from its pubic bone attachments (you know, where it should naturally be attached), dropping it to a lower position. This may or may not actually lengthen the penis.

Reason 3: The cost.

Phalloplasty can cost anywhere from $3,500 to upwards of $10,000. Take a glance at how much male enhancement products are and then come back to me and say you really want surgery.

Reason 4: There are exercise-based alternatives.

There are specific penile exercises, many involving mechanisms like penile extenders, that have been proven to extend the penis by half inch in as little as four months. They are time-consuming, but they are safe and effective.

Reason 5: There are natural alternatives.

There are so many natural ingredients and herbal substances that have been proven to enhance your sex life – and in more than one way. Ingredients like L-Arginine, Gingko, Tongkat Ali, and Horny Goat Weed increase libido and sexual pleasure, decrease erectile dysfunction issues, and even increase erection size thanks to increased blood flow to the penis. The side effects are minimal.

Reason 6: You don’t have a micropenis.

Less than 1% of men have true micropenises, and most likely you’re not one of them. You are much better off with cheap, natural, and safe alternatives to surgery. Why risk your health and well-being on a complicated, highly unnatural and dangerous surgical procedure? Say no to phalloplasty.