There is few evidence that the range of procedures that men do in an effort to grow their p***s produces this effect,” according to a survey of British experts involve a high risk of complications and most men undergoing penile elongation surgery are dissatisfied with the results afterwards.
The study found that overall treatment outcomes were lower than expected, with low rates of satisfaction and a significant risk of serious complications, including penile strain and erectile dysfunction, the authors said. The findings are described in a new article by the medical journal Sexual Medicine Reviews, which includes an analysis by Gordon Muir, a urologist at King’s College London, and researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College, London.
“These procedures should never be done,” said Muir, adding that they have a very high cost, and often the man ends up with a p***s that is deformed while there is no more than 20% satisfaction with these procedures. The researchers looked at 17 previous studies evaluating 21 different types of surgical and non-surgical procedures in 1,192 men in the UK and abroad.
“The overwhelming majority of men who want to make their p***s bigger have a p***s of a normal length, but they often feel their p***s is too small,” Muir said. Most of these procedures are performed by private health service providers. The NHS only undertakes interventions for clinical cases, such as wound repair.
Mouir is also targeting the “charlatans” exploiting vulnerable men by offering them procedures that are usually worthless. “Many men who want to undergo p***s enlargement procedures have a p***s of average size, but they think their size is inadequate.
Unfortunately, some clinics seem to circumvent this. Surgeons in the private sector should not do that. It is wrong at every level, “he stresses. Muir added that only men who have been diagnosed with severe problems and have gone through a complete psychological assessment should do the surgery.