During exercises, the spongy tissues are stretched or expanded to increase their maximum blood capacity. A higher volume of blood leads to the formation of micro-tears in the surrounding smooth muscles. The body will repair these tears and encourage the growth of new cells. It’s the same principle that explains how bodybuilders gain new muscles when working out in the gym.
Penile disassembly is a more invasive form of sliding elongation surgery in which the degloved shaft is completely severed just below the head of the penis. The gap is then filled with a section of rib cartilage taken from the patient and reassembled by suturing the degloved tissues back into place. While less commonly used, the surgery can be effective for men with micropenis, congenital defects, or deformities resulting from penile cancer,
A penis enlargement procedure may be indicated for a man who has experienced penile trauma or has a medical disorder that affects the function of the penis. In cases where penis size affects fertility or quality of life, penis enlargement may be considered under the direction of a urologist. These include surgical procedures known as penile augmentation (a.k.a. augmentation phalloplasty).
Think it through carefully before getting surgery. Surgical penis enlargement, or phalloplasty, has unfortunate side effects. The penis is extended in length, but you sacrifice function. After an enlargement procedure the penis is no longer able to stand out from the body; instead, it hangs between the legs. And sometimes, it no longer gets erect at all. Looking into natural solutions is a much better bet.
A study published in 2019 that looked at various medical, traction, injection, prosthetic, and reconstructive procedures states that complications are “likely underreported.” The same study also says that the worst complications, although rare, can be “devastating.” These include penile fibrosis, sexual dysfunction, and even (in at least one case) death from pulmonary embolism. If you do decide to undergo a penis enlargement procedure, consider all the risks and follow all post-op instructions carefully.
But, before you get excited, there are some things to consider first. To begin with, this procedure only works on circumcised men, so if you aren't cut, you'll need to undergo a circumcision beforehand. Next, consider the cost: a $1,500 down payment is standard, with the actual procedure often reaching $15,000 in pricing, depending on how reputable and experienced your surgeon is. Finally, it's going to be painful (even with anesthetic) and will involve a lengthy recovery time, during which you cannot masturbate, have sex, or even get aroused. If you still think this is the solution for you, proceed by first consulting your doctor.
The force you need to apply is just enough to induce micro-tears in your penis tissue. Fortunately, this is way less than 3 lbs. of force. In fact, the micro-tears are safely generated by applying small to moderate force for long periods of time. Applying a small force for long periods of time (4-6 hours a day), is the correct way to create the micro-tears and go about penis stretching. It’s also the best way to ensure safety and prevent injury.