You will normally be recommended to rest and recover for a couple of days following the operation, before returning to work.

Exercise should be avoided for 3 – 4 weeks and sexual activity can normally be resumed in 6 weeks, although full results of the lengthening procedure may not be achieved by this point and can take 3 – 6 months.

Post-recovery the functioning of the penis will be completely normal, both in terms of urination and erection ability.

The most common complication are the same related to any surgery. We try to minimize these complications by offering a local anesthesia procedure when possible.

Your surgeon will thoroughly discuss with you all the risks, complications and limitations during your consultation.

You will normally be recommended to rest and recover for a couple of days following the operation, before returning to work.

A couple of weeks after surgery you will start using our expansion devices that will exponentially improve your results.

Post-recovery the functioning of the penis will be completely normal, both in terms of urination and erection ability.

You will not be able to access these types of treatment via the National Health Service (NHS).

We would always recommend that you visit your General Practitioner before embarking upon a major procedure. As well as their advice and guidance they may also be able to refer you to a local NHS Hospital who can treat you in certain circumstances.

The NHS has set out the following guidelines on how to get cosmetic surgery through the NHS:

“To qualify for surgery on the NHS you must meet specific criteria as set out by your local health authority. The NHS will not pay for surgery for cosmetic reasons alone. Reconstructive and cosmetic surgery to correct, or improve, congenital abnormalities and injuries will usually be carried out free of charge.

NHS reconstructive surgery is performed by plastic surgeons who have had extensive training and belong to the British Association of Plastic.

Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons. Surgeons who carry out cosmetic surgery through the NHS also belong to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.

To receive cosmetic surgery from the NHS, you will normally need a referral from your GP. You will have a consultation with a plastic surgeon and an assessment by a psychiatrist, or psychologist. It will then be decided whether there is enough social, psychological, or physical benefit to be gained to justify surgery.”

Results vary enormously depending upon both the patient and the skill of the individual surgeon, so outcomes for cosmetic surgery procedures will always be more variable than those for less invasive non-surgical treatments.

We have a huge amount of before and after images for Penile Augmentation surgery, that our patient education advisor will be able to share with you in a private education section.

Although some men may feel insecure about the size of their penis, leading to low self-esteem and feeling of sexual inadequacy, the decision to have penile surgery is not one to be taken lightly.

Due to the psychological implications of such surgery, some surgeons will insist that men considering such procedures visit a counsellor beforehand to discuss their particular anxieties and circumstances. In some cases, the appearance of a larger penis can simply be achieved by weight loss or shaving the hair at the base of the penis to create an optical illusion of sorts.

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