Undergoing a surgical procedure that is intended to increase size of penis is becoming just as common as women undergoing breast enhancement surgery. There are currently two popular forms of cosmetic surgery that can increase size of penis in men. However, as with any surgery, penis enlargement surgery comes with risks and drawbacks that should be considered before choosing to undergo this type of surgery. There are many health risks, financial risks, and cosmetic risks that can happen as a result of choosing to undergo a surgical procedure that is intended to increase size of penis in men.
The health risks involved with undergoing a surgery that is intended to increase size of penis should be considered before opting to have the surgery performed. Common side effects of surgery such as scarring and infection can happen as a result of penis enlargement surgery. Other side effects that have been reported by men who underwent surgery to increase size of penis include loss of normal erection, decreased sensation, inability to keep or maintain an erection, and in severe cases impotency. Some of these side effects such as infections and scarring may go away with time, while other side effects like impotency may be irreversible which is why the risks must be considered before undergoing surgery.
Financial risks should be considered before undergoing surgery intended to increase size of penis. It is estimated that penis enlargement surgery can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 to perform. The cost will vary depending upon which surgery you are choosing to have performed. A surgery intended to increase size of penis length-wise can cost anywhere from $7,000 to $10,000, while a surgery intended to increase the width can be anywhere between $5,000 and $7,000. In addition to the cost of surgery, a patient must pay for other surgical costs such as time in the operating room, anesthesia, and costs of materials which can raise the cost of surgery to anywhere from $7,000 to $20,000.
There are certain cosmetic risks that are taken when undergoing surgery intended to increase size of penis in men. Surgeries designed to increase size of penis length-wise can alter the appearance of the penis and make it look shorter than it was before the surgery. Surgeries designed to increase the size of penis width-wise can sometimes alter the appearance by causing the penis to look lumpy or bumpy. All cosmetic risks, in addition to financial and health risks, should be considered before choosing to undergo a penis enlargement surgery.